Category Archives: Indigenous People

incendiary

A US airman What could he do But light himself up Burn good and true The israeli genocide On his tv The killings daily That he watched constantly Hearing the rhetoric Day after day NETANYAHU and others There shitty display … Continue reading

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Mother

Try to imagine Your mother One moment You can see her smile The next just an awful explosion The house You can now taste the bile You are bleeding From every orifice Your mother is no where around Just the … Continue reading

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New Zealand’s answer

The Māoris are telling us Indigenously Peace is a virtue We need to be free From the selfish the warring The evil the thrust Explosions erosions Of actual disgust Thank you to everyone of them

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Cherokee

A women whose integrity Flies high in real terms she Was ennobled by her birth rite Considerate and free A Cherokee so beautiful So classic in her way Respect on offer certainly

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Gaza

What had they done Israel better say Taking out their anger On angels at play A Heartless vile army Politicians as well Blood snot and tears And a bunker in hell For those bombers

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Gaza getting bombed out of existence by Israel

Bassem Youssef placed it into perspective In a logical way And the truth emerged and looked around On this bright and sunny day We could see the clarity Of the mow the grass regime Blame it all on Palestine Add … Continue reading

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A memory of the old country

A wild child and the wild child’s child Together we can see A sort of natural native house a bit like a teepee Reminds me of the Avenue of volcanoes Far away Where the Anaconda prowl the wetlands And the … Continue reading

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Baby

A product of palm oil And chopped down trees Being sustainable Weak at the knees Arborial magic Soon becomes Hell Thanks to the Palm oil That some love so well

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Mrs Orangutan cries out

Mrs Orangutan can say that she Knows about Palm Oil the purgatory Arborial apes needs the tall forest trees And palm oil corporations go weak at the knees They tear down the forest the myriad magic Medicinsl dietary fruits everywhere … Continue reading

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Tobacco

Tobacco in Argentina Growers in a war Glyphosate the Herbicide So many did ignore The false hopes and predictions As vile as they could be Misinterpretations and denials tragically The children have been damaged Genetically replete The chemical was awful … Continue reading

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Elephants and Buddha

Buddha says be kind But the monks many blind The mahouts many cruel Circus as a rule zoo keepers we know A selfish lot Loggers and tourism elephants got a terrible deal From the holiest of men Who beat them … Continue reading

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Organics bio dynamics macrobiotics

So many know they come and go They sell out to those who Make money first As if they are cursed But that is what they do Bright ideas buckets of tears Organic through and through Bio dynamics Steiner’s method … Continue reading

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Fire energy

Fire energy Pure crimson Magical desire Leaves of burnished copper Alchemy it’s higher Up the greatest rainbow To the land of fey Rays of real magenta vast vermilion Down your way

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Orangutan

Orangutan likes to climb They actually do it All the time Arborial Apes They ,are number one The highest trees Under the sun Makes no difference what we say They crunch the numbers Night and day Needful of the tall … Continue reading

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Child with flute

A flute from green bamboo The breath is from a child The bird is from the heavens The pair of them are wild The music from the trees and sky The melody is too The Indigenous creators Bring the promise … Continue reading

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Wild natural vegetation

Nutritious nettles and Dandelion Goose foot gloriously outshine Mineral rich tasting sublime In season their vibration fine Don’t speak to me of food inflation These are freely born creation Macrobiotic synergy We can do research and better be Cooked or … Continue reading

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Glastonbury and the TOR

Angry but angry with purpose The avid see genuineness Artistic meaningful passion In truest form I still bless All of the Gods there have ever been For all of the centuries before Avalon island of immeasurable charm With glastonbury and … Continue reading

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Is it worth arguing with the likes of him

Mentally mature One must ask one why He could ever argue any points with me I mean to say Integrity and conscientiousness Sees candour claim And possibly pure villainy Some see as a game

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Pangolins

A beautiful elegant soul Lives and breathes All over Asia and Africa known As a Pangolin an Ant Eater Toothless with scales Walks with an attractive gait But Sadly fails In the protective region All it can do Is roll … Continue reading

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Our arrogance their new horizons

Now we need to teach them Teach them how to climb We logged out all their noble trees Yes time after time All the fruits they can eat And the fruits out of bounds It’s like a different century with … Continue reading

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Indigenous people everywhere

Indigenous communities Require restoration Of land that has been stolen from them There must be a solution A declaration of Indigenous Rights Proclamation they They need their liberation For it’s the only way

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Lakota chief

Eagle Feather A Lakota chief Holding his grand child A new leaf About to attempt The tobacco sun dance ceremonial dress For a goodly chance 1898/ the year A solid stare And little fear

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Mannatee

The manatee lives A gentle sweet soul On sea grass and loves To be in control Under the sea In his boudoir of hope But speared by the men Who think they can cope Indigenous killings In this case unfair … Continue reading

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Indigenous Doctors

@witch_lisa Indigenous doctors have spirit have teachings from the oast Have really so much wisdom Ancestrally were cast Savants of expression Devoted to the cause To hear discrimination Is out there yea I pause For thought so should Those discriminating … Continue reading

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Nee me poo cradle boards

Floral cradle boards Were the way To carry baby every day from the born of a saddle Or on mothers back A Nee me poo Was a mean pack Baby of course and ancillaries too Working women Knew what to … Continue reading

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Womens work

The Assiniboine called by the Ojibwa Cooking with stones a method they An expedient methodology A baby carried in a papoose Ease of handling so women could Work and care could gather berries Herbs a plenty every day No such … Continue reading

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Lakota dance routine

Mountain goat wool & cedar bark Blankets kept out chill Spruce root hats Looked fetching Probably they would still Taku Tlingit Elders The Chilkit blankets Bore the chieftains crests & a flowing fringe &when dancing Such a draw Noticeable & … Continue reading

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indigenous People the world over

The Indigenous people Praise them protect them Minority dwellers Casting their knowledge And they have so much of it Prowess their goddesses Artwork and scribing Painters of purpose

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Lakota memories

Used for a dwelling The Lakota word Tipi Plains people Buffalo skins Easy to carry Moving less costly Avoiding bruising shins Visions and dreams Brought characters too Which were painted on Tipi’s For protection Tis true

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Lakota thought from 1914

Virginia Tom renowned for her weaving Cedar bark clothing Clam digging Collecting the seaweed On cool beaches All done by women The north east coast people To Where the tide reaches

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