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My mounts and I are one.
Across the plains we fly

    Like the wind that scours
    Like the sun that burns,
        The cold that kills.

The Buffalo Spirit thunders in my blood,
Guides my way through the featurelesss land:
     I draw the bow
     Strike and  move on.

My ways are as old
As the ways of the Earth;
   A harshness you have all forgotten.

Know this, White Man From The East: 
If the Soul of this place
Doesn't lay you straight
To feed the soil with your bones,

     I will.


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