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Tewa: Song of the Sky Loom

Oh our Mother the Earth oh our Father the Sky
Your children are we
      with tired backs we bring you the gifts you love

So weave for us a garment of brightness

May the warp be the white light of the morning
May the weft be the red light of evening
May the fringes be the falling rain
May the border be the standing rainbow

Weave for us this bright garment
that we may walk where birds sing
      where grass is green

Oh our Mother the Earth oh our Father the Sky
"So weave for us a garment of brightness"

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