The Bonfire (Photo entry)

Bonfires mean different things for different people, but in its most basic form it represents one of the oldest instinctual urges of humankind: warmth, fellowship, a light in the darkness, defiance and comradeship all at the same time. After a pow-wow there is often a bonfire of some sort. This one was on Gunter’s Lake […]

The People: The Power of the Pow-wow (Photos)

There’s always a sense of anticipation for me but also one of coming home. Of having been elsewhere and existing, but this is the real world: a Pow-wow, wherever it happens to be. I feel a sense of purpose and relief seeing so many of the People together. I see the faces of my relatives […]

Writing is a Grass Dance. Welcome to my pow-wow

I am not an anomaly. Well, I am kind of an anomaly, but in regards to writing, no, not really. I am a mood writer. When the passion, the spirit hits me and all the stories in my head, and the characters need to be released so everyone can see them and know they are […]