Category Archives: Indigenous People


Ularu’s arkosic sandstone A great palette of soul Where the ancient people Knew of their role To love and respect To have empathy for The environment The animals spirits galore They painted their pigments up onto the rock They drank … Continue reading

Kangaroo killers

Dripping with blood In the vilest of flood Mothers and babies The outback was where The purest of soul Who took the angels role Was ambushed and murdered Can you feel the despair ? Of a mother who is dying … Continue reading


The reasoning power of our psyche The rationality The indigenous peoples consciousness Is extra sensory Perceptual and reasonable Lateral thinking too A kind of rumination The proper thing to do Having an understanding With an animal thus you May expect … Continue reading

Atlantic Salmon and why farming them is nuts

The naivete of thinking that your knowledge Is beyond The Natural world of Gaia Establishing this bond With obsession and with tenets That you believe is true Is in essence just credulity Its what corporates do Its bewilderingly obvious How … Continue reading


In the fifties Britain tested The bloody atomic bomb Which pissed off the aboriginies And caused a maelstrom Of rabid negativity And now believe it or not The Scottish want to ship their Waste and really there’s a lot From … Continue reading

The Netsilik Eskimo’s

Netsilik Eskimo’s The people of the Seal Go jigging for lake trout A pastime for real Its May 15 fahrenheit Hear the crunch of the sled The cry of the dogs The snow forms their bed Kick out some snow … Continue reading

Cobra gypsies of Rajastan

Where the skies are pink And purple Where the bush is sparse and dry There live a handsome people Close to nature We may sigh To see them under tractors With their hound And children too With their pretty clothes … Continue reading

The Sami singer

The glorious pitch of heaven Brings A yoik into ones soul Watch the slender dancer With each gentle role The flight pattern of the eagle The crispness of the snow Weaving like this morning breeze Her soft skin all aglow … Continue reading

The Sami

Sami music pulled out of the landscape Shot with snow With sky with sea with reindeers And with sunlight that does grow Where colours of the rainbow paint Masterpieces high Melodically embracing life And all that does go by Our … Continue reading

The Aquaria Trade and the indigenous people of Barcelos

The humic acid content Of the various leaves that fall Into the RIO NEGRO Make the colouration rule Of, strong dark tea colour A blackwater river thus And within this unique river At least 600 plus Fish aome big aome … Continue reading