During the dance, shapes are formed in storytelling ritual such as the butterfly, the eagle, the snake, and the coyote, with the hoop symbolizing the never-ending circle of life. Native American Hoop dance focuses on very rapid moves, and the construction of hoop formations around and about the body.
Harley saw there were two moons in the world: one on television and one in the sky outside his grandmother’s window. “Two moons,” he told Margaret, curling his thumb and forefinger into a telescope he peeked through. “More than that,” Margaret told him, “many, many more. For every person who can see it, there’s another one....” -Susan Power, Grass Dancer via She Sings to the Stars
She could feel her blood pulsing through her veins. Her heightened senses had turned inward and all she knew was this moment and what he was doing to her. She held him tightly, wishing she could pull him inside of her. Pull her inside of him. Something. Someplace where the unrelenting tug and pull between them could finally end. Drip, drip—that was the sound of her heart bleeding all over his feet. #loveandmonsters #oliviastocum author @ www.oliviastocum.com #werewolves #LotharDanielle