Follow

Follow: to accompany by moving in the same track. In soil, it is known as a furrow. On the sea it is known as a row. Among people, it is a fellow. When waiting, it is known as to be fallow. It is the energy of being with. It bears no intent or purpose. In words, it is a rhyme of thought or sound. It is a giving up of the self to pattern, and allowing oneself to be carried by it, and even to take joy in being spun out on a line. It is a manifestation of gravity and light.

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Colville Indian Reservation, Washington

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