“Every path has questions Pocahontas; you must follow the right path. Your heart knows what’s right for you and it does not lie. You must ask yourself, who can you not live without?”
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“It’s him,” She said. “He’s here, Grandmother Willow.”
“Who’s here child?”
Pocahontas sat in front of Grandmother Willow, still not sure if she had really seen John Smith or if it had been a dream. Her puso told her it was him, but she didn’t want to get her hopes up.
“John Smith?!” Grandmother Willow was surprised. “What happened when you talked to him?”
“I didn’t talk to him. I wanted to, but how can I?”
“Child,” Grandmother Willow said. “What about John Rolfe? You two were so happy.”
“We were,” Pocahontas agreed. “But all we do is fight now and . . .”
“And what child?”
“I miss John Smith. I want to see him again, but I know that I shouldn’t.”
“Child, you must decide who is right for your heart. You will understand when you let your puso decide for you.”
“But what if my puso is deceiving me? What if I make the wrong choice? What if I go lose John Rolfe? But how can I go my whole life without John Smith? How will I ever follow the right path, when I keep questioning my path?”
“Every path has tanong Pocahontas; you must follow the right path. Your puso knows what’s right for you and it does not lie. You must ask yourself, who can you not live without?”
Pocahontas kept those words in her mind all day. When she walked home, she felt anxious to see John. Maybe just looking at him, would help her understand her feelings. He stood outside their tent, talking to her father. He was still trying to learn of their Native American ways. When he caught sight of her, he smiled. Pocahontas smiled back, but something in her kept thinking about John Smith. John saw on her face that she had something on her mind, and he knew it was not good.
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John saw on her face that she had something on her mind, and he knew it was not good.