Category Archives: Indigenous People

Peruvian women

Indigenous Women are making a noise its justice and rightness they are the joys that women are needing land rights you see Culture respect and identity being the stewards of the forest rings true so much is wrong everywhere we … Continue reading

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fishermen discarding ghost nets are criminals without a doubt

the falsehoods and artfulness and the disgrace they cannot be bothered all over the place sensitive habitats its becoming clear ghost nets discarded produce so much fear 49 feet deep 56 miles long just imagine that really how wrong ghost … Continue reading

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Wood chip madness

unconscientiousness and falsehoods insincerity the villainous and good for nothing true venality a century of  flourishing of  uprightness to the cause replaced by the  chicanery that tragically won’t pause   vast forests of  greenery air providing wealth a constancy of … Continue reading

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Pet food slaughter

  they are so far from sentient heartless and cruel vile, they go out shooting Kangaroo’s blowing them away lousy shots most of  them tearing off their jaws terrible vibrations call them the Pet food wars   obtuse and dull … Continue reading

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Oil palm profits where prophets seemingly were scarce

arrogance and ignorance like cancer everywhere rainforests and jungles That The Natural World did share absolutely balanced created perpetuity all the fundamentals in place existence essentially   perfect fresh and new hooked up symbiosis a union thats true cohesion and … Continue reading

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Canada Goose

What a wicked brand of arrogance Within the heart of man Who Markets their apparel and truthfully they plan To actually give the impression That collecting down and fur Is eminently ethical Not an idea that I concur Down comes … Continue reading

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Ecuador is magical

Throats of fire Volcanoes higher Snow capped mountains Ecuador Beauty enlists The wispy mists And We know what its all for Such passion for the visitors Skies of purple hue Paychwork farmland Beautiful people I always think kindly of you … Continue reading

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Respect is what we need

The composter The grower The healer The mower The greenery supper In real terms The upper Soul in the great Mob that leap off the plain The carer The sharer With so much to gain Born to the bush lands … Continue reading

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NIKE ADIDAS K-LEATHER K-ROO

Guilty everyone of you Guilty as hell on earth Caught red-handed killing The iconic one whose worth To GOD in out back Heaven Their magical embrace With Nature and with History Of the latest Human Race The Kangaroo is special … Continue reading

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Pacari chilli

Pacari Chilli A chocolate that sits On the tongue it just trickles Out flavour in bits Softens like soft mists On volcanic soil The green of the mint leaves The palate the royal So sensual You just want to wallow … Continue reading

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The Kalahari Bushmen

For 20,000 years They have held precedence Thats a long enough time To realise The Kalahari and all that is within it Its where the Bushmen live And I surmise By now they are a people Wise and wonderful So … Continue reading

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The san BUSHMEN of the Kalahari

We must never forget the bushmen The kalahari san Gatherers their miracles Of what the gods have done In the inhospitable desert A nation struggles on An upright Indigenous People With the constancy upon Every inch of their lives From … Continue reading

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DUGONGS their frantic plea to the ABORIGINE

Australia must hang their heads In utter shame, for they Allow the Native Rights brigade To actually get away With torturing and slaughtering The most iconic soul Suffering the agony Your hunting lacks control a great spear thrust in its … Continue reading

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FLAG

Australia your disrespect For the Aboriginie Such irreverence and Disparagment Not something I want to see The Parliament should Realise their flag Runs true to all And denying them their ancestral rights Your bag Is clearly overflowing with Humiliation, they … Continue reading

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The Tongass an infinite Wilderness

Eternity a fact of life The Tongass is to where The souls and eyes do manifest And enduring place to share Genuine and attested As ancient as one can be Trees that sunk their roots 800 years ago And who … Continue reading

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Wild herbs and grasses

The indigenous tribes of the America’s Use wild grasses that grow That have the protective aura And their wildness that they throw When burning their healing bath of smoke The combinations do Affect the body and the ritual space And … Continue reading

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Ntanda Mahlanga

For the tribe, for my people For the love of life we all Break out and be confident The over powering school Of hard knocks and persuasion Took me through that race Feeling every sinew And trying to raise the … Continue reading

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WILD CAMELS they used to be shot and left to rot in the desert

Camels the ships of the desert Hardy and powerful and strong Remote Aboriginal Communities The Ngaanya yarra Lands What could go wrong Previously shot them And left them to rot But apparently developed some plans For sending them off to … Continue reading

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Goanna(iguana)

Carnivorous reptiles Frequent the red earth Making their great holes For all of their worth Gathering food Laying their eggs And digging their burrowsWith their Scales legs The Perentie gigantic More than two metres long They can be a real … Continue reading

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Secretive savagery

There is one true angel Of mammalian descent Perhaps the true vegan Who shares its consent At the meadows of sea grass Where sparseness is true In those hollows of greenery Dugongs do chew Secretive long lived Thoughtful they be … Continue reading

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A personal appeal

When you are yellow and brown And don’t wear a gown A helmeted turtle Sometimes a frown Is all you can muster And the reason for that When the water is dank And not where it’s at The Biripi people … Continue reading

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Wallaby dead flesh

Wallaby on the bone Wallaby mince Purveyors are everywhere Waiting to convince The public at large Nutritionally That dead flesh Is good tasting and principally Game meat, exotic For people and pets And a vast mortality Really that sets Badly … Continue reading

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Mary Borgstrom

A potter and an Artist A need to excavate A mindful glimpse through history A medieval gait To primitive beginnings The Bygone forgotten days Retroactive thinking And all the many ways She was part of Nature Respecting each event An … Continue reading

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Sami

Unfathomable to Western eyes A boundlessness beyond The landscape where forever The sky and land our bond The silence of embracing snow Tumultuous regard A life immense and colourful Though increasingly hard The reindeer is a godly beast A frequenter … Continue reading

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Clutching at straws

We sit together Whilst all around The crackling heat The dry parched ground Such bad theatre No dialogue The final curtain Perhaps the dog And the primates cower The Indigenous too The tragedy Is coming true Impersonating The acrobat The … Continue reading

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ROOPKUND LAKE

In the Uttarakhand state of India Thirty feet wide and six feet deep A high altitude glacial lake exists At the bottom of mountains steep In 1942 a British Forest Guard Stumbled on the lake and took a look The … Continue reading

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The Caru and their fight for survival

Our thinking is beyond us The risks that some will take Because it helps their balance sheet And they also like their cake Their head is full of matter Not in essence grey Or even green remember What it is … Continue reading

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A look at the Mari people

A time of darkness rules the Volga river Places where Mari people close to land and forest Tried to share A closeness to the landscape Animists were they Believing there were spirits In their environment the way Was open for … Continue reading

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“Evil begins with the hooting of an OWL”

Some 30,000 Aka people Live in the CONGO they Are purely forest dwellers In the warm light of each day Pygmies under five feet tall A faith and way of being Undeniably indigenous And genuinely all seeing The forest is … Continue reading

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Vianet D’jenguet of “MY CONGO” fame

A sensitive soul Who sees wildness like children do What is just realness Creation and more Touched by the sadness Moved by the gladness A tangible reason He says to adore The Congo “My Congo” across the great river Where … Continue reading

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