by Stephanie Snow

  • Poetry
decorative header image from Volume IV Issue 2 · Spring 2018

Strands of onyx
Carry the power of Universe expanding
Telling stories of interconnectedness as it
Mirrors the night sky
Created Life
Motherland Universe
Tongue-less words
Starstruck Hearts
Whetted Thirst
Deja vu love under the swipe of the Milky Way
In the sunshine, on the grass
The flicker of cottonwood leaves overhead
Covered in raindrops
Blending your raindance with my sundance
Southwest Sky
Woodland Dreams
Bloodline Streams
NDN Hands
Caballo Knees
It is yours since time began
Years pass by in each reincarnation
Until instantly I recognize your spirit
Souls crisscross millenia, drawing a network into infinity Rootstalk leaf-bug icon marking the end of the article's text.

About Author Stephanie Snow
Portrait image of author Stephanie Snow.
Stephanie Snow is a writer and musician, who currently lives on the Meskwaki Settlement in central Iowa with her family. She is part of a group that has been nominated for several categories in the Native American Music Awards. Two of Snow’s other poems appeared in the Spring 2016 number Volume II, Issue 2, of Rootstalk.