INDIANS RESERVATIONS 6/17 Episode: It Is Not Advised To Let The Old People Go Alone If They Are Lost!

June 16, 2009

INDIANS RESERVATIONS 6/17 Episode: It Is Not Advised To Let The Old People Go Alone If They Are Lost!

A long time ago, there was no story available on the Web about couples from The Indians Reservations. A girl named Clever Arrow met a photographer to invent a fake love story with a bird, from the forest and also from the moon. She was a little flower from the top of the mountain when it is not snowing and she was.

A day in the month of May was the right time they chose to make a wish. If one day, the bird changed its life to become a Prince from the Other Side, the Clever Arrow would change her name to be Sweet Sunny Night, a name too complicated for her tribe but perfect for the new elected animal with a human form and a charm on the wing.

Little Big Boy, the Tribe’s Magician was called by an entity from the Land in order to make a survey about this strange Love & Like story. He accepted this offer and took his own photographer to have a picture of the bird and the lady. When he was back in the village after a visit at the holly river for advice, he saw on the picture the sign of the Snake and was terrified. The bird knew about it and took the girl for a last flight on the Other Side, a kind of death with Love but no Tenderness but she came back with a memory: to work for a word of reply.

Fred Vidal, PhD
June 17, 2009
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Map of Linguistic Stocks of American Indians chiefly within the present limits of the United States.  From Annual Report of Bureau of Ethnology Vol. 7. / by J.W. Powell.

Map of Linguistic Stocks of American Indians chiefly within the present limits of the United States. From Annual Report of Bureau of Ethnology Vol. 7. / by J.W. Powell.

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