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Women's Traditional Dance—Oneida Nation
The sun receded quietly on a relaxing siesta, as Calm clouds of the mid-afternoon smiled henced, The beat of the drums provideth dancing rhythm As she moved in pure elegance with harmony, to A style of danced buoyantly bouncing in melody. Crafted beadworks accented her warmth charm, Under her delicately brown-jeweled moccasins The grass provideth such a natural cushion, As Angular unique flexings of her gentle knees Resonated like an eagle’s stealthy landing Quietly in its nests with an eye on a nice prize. She tingled as the sound of bells jingled Sending pure melodic rhythm to ears—many! Whilst she turned in an elegantly slow motion Fringes from her shawl swayed air of warmth. The balls of her feet moved in slight degrees as Her heels touched Mother Earth softly in harmony, She smiled as the judges watched intently. Like A graceful dove she floated with precision—uniquely! Her buckskin regalia trimmings—so singed softly! As she danced in the sunset evening's twilight; She created an energetic circle of life’s fire Yet, never raised her ceremonial feathered fan, Whilst in clear focus emerged from the dance Regal styles of proud cultural Native heritage A contrastingly exquisite fine female figure Arousing sights in the soft evening’s twilight, Dispelling the uncertainly to even look twice, Elegantly noble and much marvelously nice: She was naturally—First Woman! ~~~~~~~~~**********~~*~~~~~~~~~ Written During Oneida Nation Annual 2010 Independence Weekend Pow-wow Celebration Host Drummers – Bear Creek Oneida, Wisconsin, Bordering Green Bay ~~~~~~~~~**~~*********~~~~~~~~~ Won Honorable Mentioned Prize Images Contest Sponsored by Frank Herrera 7/15/10 ~~~~~~~~~**~~*********~~~~~~~~~
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