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Uadagou Sorting Poem

Uadagou Sorting

“Oh, you may not think I’m pretty,

But don’t judge on what you see,

I’ll disappear if you can find a more beautiful dream than me.

You can keep your nightmares,

Your blankets warm and cozy,

For I’m the Uadagou Sorting Dream Catcher, and I can catch them all.

There’s nothing hidden in your mind the Dream Catcher can’t see,

So hang me over your head, and I will tell you where you belong.

You might belong in Kei,

Where dwell the courageous adventurers.

Their bravery, ambition and chivalry

Set Kei students apart.

You might belong in Oya,

Where they are kind to nature and animals.

Those patient Oyans are true,

And love all things good.

Or yet in wise old Jenu,

If you like to dream,

Where those of creativity and inspiration,

Will always find their kind.

Or perhaps in Kendi,

Where you’ll meet your match,

Those devoted folk use any means

To find their real friends.

So hang me up!

And don’t hide under the covers!

For I’m a Dream Catcher!”

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