The greek symbol of thunder and fire. An axe. I see this young greek running through brush and field to revenge the death of his Brethren wielding his axe as pictures swim through-out his head of the attack on his village while the men were out hunting for food to feed the whole clan. Flashes of bloody bodies-soaked in blood the elder-woman and children dead or gone-his mother half-naked tied to a pole with her neck slit–He runs with this greek symbol tears blurring the way-he does not stop running into the night over mountains and dale-visions of his father’s head upon a rock-the body he knows not of-nothing can stop this fiery rage or the thunder under his feet-he won’t stop until he finds his little sister or hears the cry that of the new-born baby boy weeks old–pictures of merriment dancing in his memories as he promised his father he to teach the boy to hunt with un faltered aim-missing his very aim allowing the boar to escape-not once but twice-unlike father’s aim perfect-he too would be one day–He ran through the day reaching the big waters-without missing a heart-beat-the young greek dived into the coolness swimming towards his destiny-to live or die-nothing will stop the thunder burning through his axe-pressing him onward-nothing-nothing-nothing-nothing.in the distance he could hear the cries-he is near-he crouches-making his way to this vile camp-he needs the visions to stop-timing would depend on his mind-no time to see pictures of dispair-only the hunter’s mind-skills taught by the elder-skills handed down by his father-now before him lie all the wisdom he must face-or die a torrid death–He see his sister a long with other young girls tied-bound to one an other-he hears the cry of babies and small children-one of them should be his–he clutched the handle of the axe with bowed head-retrieved the blade hidden down by his leg-thunder and fire roared shaking the heavens.
PICTURE THIS . . .By the time this young greek reaches this camp the men are all out hunting-feeding their new arrivals now is the utmost important–The girls must be remain healthy for breeding as the baby boys into hunters-mingling the clan into oneThe young greek went in–knowing all to well he woman of the people-a long with that of their elder-knew not trifle with this thunder-allowing all to leave—The young greek will not take the children home–their home is no more-new shelter would be provided-lessons of the elder skills would be taught-a new clan would rise living into the century of humanity.