Birdman Teaches No
Dreamed 1985/7/11 by "Miriel" as told to Wayan
My brother and I wade through wild rye
behind our home, out to the canyon rim.
Here that bird-man, tall, spiky, gray,
At last we howl as passionate as bird.
Unneeded! I'm a fledgling ready to go
My sister Miriel told me this dream years ago; the poem's based on my notes, which weren't clear if she actually yelled NO at our strange mentor, or woke just as she decided to. Either way, she'd clearly graduated--two weeks later she dreamt she flew in the form of a giant falcon.
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