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Iroquois Woman

She walked from the river
To the center of the village
How many eyes watched her?
How many braves
Wanted her
They all waited
Time would tell
Who would she favour?
Who would she choose?
Who would be the brave one?
To dare
Ask her father
Only one would know

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