DESTINED TO A LIFE OF LONELINESS TO WANDER FOR ALL ETERNITY IN THE BLACK VOID OF NIGHT THIS ONCE LOVEFUL HEART CLOAKED IN DARKNESS AND SORROW COMES ALIVE WITH YOUR PRESENCE THE DARKNESS ROLLS AWAY SORROW IS DROWNED BY JOY MY HEART, ONCE AGAIN, IS FILLED WITH LOVE THE LIGHT IN THE DARK YOU ARE MY SAVIOR, MY LOVE, THE ONE, WHO HAS SET THIS SOUL FREE FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT I OFFER YOU IMMORTALITY, YOU REFUSE IT POWER, I OFFER YOU, AGAIN YOU TURN IT DOWN ON MY KNEES, I OFFER YOU THE ONE THING LEFT TO GIVE MYSELF--HEART, BODY, MIND AND SOUL LOOKING INTO YOUR EYES I GIVE TO YOU THIS VAMPIRESS' ETERNAL OATH, "WITH THESE WORDS, ON THIS NIGHT, OUT OF THE SHADOWS YOU CAME, SETTING ME FREE, I GIVE YOU MY HEART, SOUL, MIND AND BODY TO DO AS YOU WISH. NOW WITH A KISS I BIND MY HEART TO YOURS, FOREVER BEING INDEBTED TO YOU.
Dream catchers are one of the most fascinating traditions of Native Americans. The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through. The positive dreams would slip through the hole in the center of the dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams would get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun struck them. The dream catcher has been a part of Native American culture for generations. One element of Native American dream catcher relates to the tradition of the hoop. Some Native Americans of North America held the hoop in the highest esteem, because it symbolized strength and unity. Many symbols started around the hoop, and one of these symbols is the dream catcher.