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Inside the Old Dutch Church my body stays.As a man, I was a soldier in war.But on the battlefield my head decays,And yet, I still wander the world once more. At midnight, my old curse awakens me,
"Akonadi, the people’s activist." Akonadi is an oracular goddess of justice and a guardian deity for women. Inspired by a Ghananian goddess.    
He follows the winds on waters and waves, Oft dragging fishers to their murky graves. He’s an old, frog-faced man with green and black scales,
On a cold night, a night like this, where the moon’s light seems that of the sun, the wind blows as if whispering a message to weary travellers,
When the wind blows And the sky fogs Up my picture in the mirror   When the river roars And the birds soar Above the woods we roamed   When the cliffs spike And the rocks fall
  According to legend, Lilith was Adam’s first wife. She had demanded to be treated as his equal and was not given her request - so she left him. God sent three angels after her to bring her back by force, but she did not go with them.
Drummers Drummers Dressed up, Drumming, drinking, dancing They are getting our spirits high Drummers!
Dear Adam,  Do you remember the garden?  Does the wind take you there still? In waves and hurricanes of memory and emotion, does that land there return?  
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