Dancing in the Storms
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Dancing the night away.

Light, bright and white.

Their drums, strong like thunder,

telling of their path.

Their feet, quick and agil,

telling of their nature.

Spring brought to the world,

carried in their backs.


Also referred to as Jogah, are little people from the Haudenosaunee —commonly known as Iroquois—mythology. The  Haudenosaunee, a confederation of closely related tribes, once occupied the northeastern United States and adjacent districts in Canada, have a rich oral tradition that included many tales about the gandayak, little natural spirits that inhabit the land. In that way, the gandayak are described as similar to fairies but with some of the characteristics of an elemental. Traditionally described as spirits in d...

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