Category Archives: Indigenous People

Hopes and dreams and genocide

Below the lowest of poverty lines And families all destroyed by war The monetary system dismantled A country that lost all its law Genocide ravaged the whole population At least twenty five per cent killed Pol Pot saw to complete … Continue reading

The Canned/TrophyHunter and the Indigenous counterpart

The wild uncomplicated threat Of hunting in the raw Of understanding nature And what its all here for Of making ones own weaponry And squaring up to be Equal to the foe out there Whoever that may be For them … Continue reading

TAR SANDS From Alberta to Stroud with love

Having plans in place.for the catastophe They said it wouldnt happen but it does Remember all the problems with the pipeliness Through America DAPL Had that enormous buzz That saw the government pit itself Against veterans, locals and the indigenous … Continue reading

The Kaurareg

Aboard the cutter “America” From Sydney to Brisbane Which hit the Madjn Reef near Horn And was never seen again The crew it seems all drowned Including the captain he Captain Thompson died in front of his Wife apparently She … Continue reading

KOA And bush tucker

A true resoluteness A stoutness of heart Knowing what is precious And how much apart You are from the masses Where concrete and glass And corporate tension Tears into ones class Where the vapid snd colourless Drabness evolves Where prolixity … Continue reading

Aunty Ro Mudjin a pal o’ mine

The existence of creation The importance of its worth The undeniable history Played around Mother Earth The immortal the enduring The sum and substance we Share with the perpetual The complex and the free Tangible and solid Grounded everywhere Heartbreaking … Continue reading

WE can get through said the Kangaroo

We are rhe shadows of long before Our feet pressed soft on the red dust floor Long before the British came And generated the huge blame game In the Pleistocene the canine roo’s Flesh eating macropods the clues Upon the … Continue reading

Sand mining

The largest economic sector In India today Is its constuction industry That has almost blown away Any semblance of reality Around major cities where Huge numbers of new houses Are being built, and there The need for sand is massive … Continue reading

The trek

The most ancient and the largest Fresh water lake Baikal rift zone where The earth crust is pulling apart the scare With mountains all around it Its vastness blows the mind Thousands of plants and animals Just everywhere you find … Continue reading

Banjo Paterson

Born in Binalong New South Wales In 1864 Turned out to be a bush poet His poetry was raw The outback saw his stories The swagman and his lot Took the name of Banjo From a horse A horse he’d … Continue reading