Osage Hills Votive


Fragrance: Clove, Myrrh, and more. 


This area is known for its prairies, woods, lakes, rocks, and hills. I find it beautiful in every single season.

In the fall, there's a certain tree on the backroads that is burnt out and with the colors of the fall leaves as a backdrop, it looks like a phoenix. 

In the fall and winter, the tallgrass of the prairies are a beautiful golden color, and the hills are invariably a smoky purplish color. I find that color combination absolutely gorgeous. 

The Osage purchased this land from the Cherokee. I'm not living on stolen land, I'm living on land that was bought and paid for by the Osage and later sold. The abstract goes back that far. The Cherokee did not feel this land was very good, but I would imagine they changed their minds, regretfully, when the Osages struck oil. 

The backroads between home and Pawhuska is what I would consider beautiful. There's a hill where I can easily imagine the Osages of days gone by. I can almost see them in my mind's eye, sitting on their horses, quietly surveying the land with appreciation. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and I think maybe they saw the beauty that I see. 


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