A jolly young lady that once was judged,
By how she acts that made her grudge.
But later on have been open enough
For people to see what she is kind of.
Not as hard to please as might what think,
But appreciative enough to make someone wink.
Tough and hard as you might know her from the start,
But don’t be fooled, she has that cute lovable heart.
The smile and laughter that she often gives,
Have made the moods and ambiance cool to live.
But once she started to be silent,
All somewhat died and loses its vibrant.
So we keep up to bring things into balance
For her to be revived and share the radiance.
You were there to lift them up when they feel down,
Put a big smile on their faces that frown,
Comfort them in times of sorrow and pain,
And give hope when they feel vain.
But when you feel you’re in the bridge of giving up,
And all problems in your head have popped,
Where are they that you have served,
With all your heart,soul and even shirt.
They left you alone, never said a single thing
And you hear yourself helplessly sing.
Dreamcatchers filter out all bad dreams and only allow good thoughts to enter our mind. Once the sun rises, all bad dreams just disappear. Some consider the dreamcatcher a symbol of unity among the various Indian Nations, and a general symbol of identification with Native American or First Nation cultures.(
Some of the dreamcatchers made to order by friends.
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