Weave your string in and out between the threads
The strands you leave behind, show up again out ahead
Distance winds up and around across the bedspread
Keep the needle moving under and then overhead
Look close and remember the journey is the reward
Fix that stitch, get back on the path, don't be misled.

Traditions of The People

by Scribes Belamy and Rosario

Page 5 from Chapter 3 - Grandma's Sewing Song

Attribution: Grandma Hazan

Age Estimate: 8 years (song much older)

Manuscript, Historical

Background: Grandma Hazan was one of the first of the elders of The People who left the forest and moved to Etonia. Between interviews that were conducted to understand what was happening in the forest, Grandma Hazan would often sing to entertain herself. Scribe Belamy recorded some of the songs, this particular song was sung while she working one a large blanket she was decorating.


Author's Notes

This article is part of the Storytelling Collective's April Daily Poem challenge, 30 days of poetry. As with all #StoCo challenges, this is a no-pressure writing challenge intended to be fun and stimulating. If you are inspired to share use the tag #AprilDailyPoem. After you log in to World Anvil to leave your comment below, follow the Anhult Wildlands and I'll send you a notification as I complete additional poems.

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