Three Dreams Deep

By MariJo Moore


Trees are dreaming
of 
owls  dreaming
of 
Spirits dreaming

of 

humans understanding


ceremonial water                         




is what is needed
all

around

the

world.

  
Copyright © 2012 MariJo Moore. With inspiration from Bruce T Martin's www.brucetmartin.com photographs of cenotes.  In their world view, the Pre-Columbian Maya  - and some still do today - believe that cenotes are the homes of the Chac Gods,  the gods that bring rain....... and dedicated to Suzie Engel.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: MariJo Moore, Cherokee/Irish/Dutch is an author/editor/poet, psychic/medium/spiritual advisor. Her published works include The Diamond Doorknob, Red Woman With Backward Eyes and Other Stories,  Genocide of the Mind: New Native Writings, and A Book of Ceremonies and Spiritual Energies Thereof.  She resides  in the mountains of western North Carolina. www.marijomoore.com

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