Annalee Hopkins Somerville


Ka-Lu-Nu A-Le Ka-Ma-Ma (Raven And Butterfly) - Poem by Annalee Hopkins Somerville

I Came out into the sun,
I walked through the open fields,
Ka-lu-nu and Ka-ma-ma,
Presented my warrior shields.

I picked a spot and sat,
Underneath the old ash tree,
Ka-lu-nu and Ka-ma-ma,
Took up this journey with me.

The clouds floated quickly,
New imagines stained my eyes,
I opened up my arms,
And tilted my head to the sky.

The wind lifted me,
Far beyond this astral plane,
I was flying with the Raven,
As the Butterfly called my name.

Na Be Kii Kwe...Na Be Kii Kwe,
The Butterfly softly sang,
Rainbow Woman - Rainbow Woman,
The whispers continuously rang.

Flying through the clouds,
With my warriors by my side,
I decided to move forward,
Leaving the rest behind.

© 2011 Wind Songs Spiritual Poetry


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, December 5, 2011


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