Tag Archives: Myths and Legends

Strong Wind – a Native American Cinderella story

Strong Wind Once there was a great warrior named Strong Wind. He lived with his sister in a tent on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Strong Wind had an amazing power. He was able to make himself invisible. His … Continue reading

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In Beauty May I Walk – a Navajo chant

We’re not walking to Ankara tomorrow, we’re taking a plane. Nonetheless while preparing our show we came across a piece of Navajo poetry called “In Beauty May I Walk”, which we’d like to share with you. We like to imagine … Continue reading

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From ‘The Seafarer’……Anglo-Saxon Poem

The tale I frame shall be found to tally: the history is of myself. Sitting day-long at an oar’s end clenched against clinging sorrow, breast-drought I have borne, and bitternesses too. I have coursed my keel through care-halls without end … Continue reading

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