THEY ALL STAY TOGETHER
Living in their homes of skins and branches.
Gathering the bountiful foods
along the waterways.
Fishing and picking in
such a peaceful existence.
See how small their arrowheads...
There was so much small animal life everywhere.
Their material possessions were few.
The stone was their tool.
Flint gave them fire, heat , light and life.
Their nomadic life-style left few remains
by which we could study their pasts.
Only stains left on the ground
where they build their shelters,
and the cut stones they used as tools.
So many chips of a stone mark in time.
They had no need for the organization
It was paradise.
The Tonkawas lived here
and around the Texas Hill Country.