Here’s a good read. Don’t miss Nicodemas’ poetry, like The Sound of Heaven, while you’re on his blog and check back in a couple of days for his answer to the Love In Ten Sentences challenge.
Historical Microfiction About First Nations People
“Daughter you cannot do this, it is much too dangerous!” Bull Elk was raising his voice now, but it was not from anger. He was terrified for his daughter. Bluebird loved her father, but she stood her ground. “Father I need to be with my husband, and we believe most of the Ite in the mountains are women or young girls.” “They need a woman there.” This part made sense, but Bull Elk launched out again with, “Daughter you are expecting a child!” Bluebird did not waver, “I will be on horseback father, and you know how children love the motion of riding”. She was right again. Her father was about to grasp for more straws, when someone came to their lodge door.
When Sky came in, she did not hesitate, but explained, “I too can go with the search party”…..she looked…
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