Joya Fairchild

(Valley Center, CA, USA)

Raven Site Ruin - Poem by Joya Fairchild

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So it seems, Raven Site was home to Anasazi
An ancient people vanished unto time,
My eyes did view their ruins with dismay,
appalled by restorations disarray--
From force within, stinging voices veers,
of violent wrath, that pierced my opened ears,
As a tendril twined together in a terrible rage;
stunned was I of utterances from another age.
They struck my being in howling spectres anger,
the plundering of sacred grounds history---
again, an ancient race made known to me,
that energy remains thru aura's mystery.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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