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Or because it is The Clave Matrix his Indian nature and the womanas to be dominant if she wants to survive Note Ralph Of The Roundhouse 1906 he is the one bringing in the income of the familyThen the woman can dream and the man may dream the same way Dream of a time in the future where everything will be OK Note she opens thirteen lines with One day I will This is noope This is fate You The Discourse Of Musicology have no past youave no future you just Strive Seek Find Yield Spoctoria 1 have a present forever turning on itself like a totem pole planted into you to keep you down There is no future on Times Suare and its advertising totem pole So the dream can end on one day I willave love enough to go The Beach home Butome is the Indian past you 1 have lost the Indian culture youave forgotten the Indian languages you Death Of Integrity Space Marine Battles 13 have dropped the Indian spirit of yours youave abandoned in the tundra somewhere Then she can amplify this Her Forever Cowboy Men Of Mule Hollow 1 home by Going Home She will stomper poems with ten going Sex In The Suburbs home but it is a dream not even a desire just a phantasm She knows she won t goome because The Relative Strength Concept Of Common Stock Price Forecasting home does not exist any It survives in a myth All of our decisions matter not just to seven generations and ofuman descendants but to the seven or plant descendants and animal descendants We make sacrifices to take care of each other To understand each other is profound beyond Tracking The Jackal human words p 55 And this wandering in the tundra or urban America ends up the total conversion of the woman speaking She will no longer be a mother She will dedicateer life to the color blue a synonym of all The White Rose her mishaps and dramas in the past abandoning lovers abandoning ideas leaping to the future an abandoning father and even a beloved teacher burned on a pyre Turning back to watch this long series of abandoning items or persons or ideas she is invaded by blue fires blue flowers a thousand names for blue and that is what she wants to do feed and take care of all of them p56 This blue is not the Indian blue green of jade the sacrificial stone It is another fascination thatas to do with and comes from musicAnd we can now get into the third part of Visions and Monsters I looked everywhere for love I Buda had no place to go butome p60 This resolution is OK but the real problem the only problem is to know the way to go The Forgotten Treasure The Book Of Mormon Sleuth Vol 4 home My path is a cross of burning trees Lit by crows carrying fire in their beaks p 62 Fritz the Cat that film from 1972 forty three years old when this poem was published is a direct recollection echoing in my mind Those crows are of course Black Jazzmen and the fire they carry in their beak is the music they play with their saxophone bugles trumpets clarinet and so many other wind instruments But what is the cross an allusion to Jesus andis cross Maybe or simply the cross she Two Cock Surprise has to carry since she wants to go oner own road to create Whats Become Of Screwloose And Other Inquiries her own music to cuterself from Sourcery By Terry Pratchett Summary Amp Study Guide her past in order to create a new self forerself because she Oliver Cromwells Letters And Speeches With Elucidations By Thomas Carlyle has decided toave The Shallows her own future with no link wither past But that cross is burning because she can t erase istory She can maybe put it aside but she can t just annihilate it And the cross is the birthplace of democracy crossed onto over six undreds women and children killed to establish a ome to God s people p 63 to these migrants pioneers refugees who confiscate land from people they find where they come in the name of their God without even bothering about these natives who are not even umans since they do not Misteri Buku Harian Johanna have a soul which is true but theyave a spirit which is a lot stronger than the soul of these murderous thieves The spirit is not divine like the Christian soul because it is the link an individual Past Lies has with nature plants and animals My spirit may be an eagle or a rat and in both cases Iave the ualities of this spirit of this totem if you want who is giving me the force and power fate and destiny to live the life of my own this fate impliesAnd that leaves er with the feeling that we all went tumbling down p 65 And the fall becomes monstrous On one side the
White Americans who ave money without which you cannot do anything and guns Americans who Junkyard Planet have money without which you cannot do anything and guns are just killing all those who stand in their way But they also capture Indian children as if they were animals to be brought not to a slaughterhouse but to a school in order to be whitewashed brainwashed laundered into submissive little Indiansappy to serve and be His Angelic Mate Paranormal Protection Unit 7 humble to their new masters For shots debugging and towels Weave a chance p 69 And if the medical shots do not work along with debugging and towels we can always use the other shots and get rid of the Indian vermin can t we White Americans are implanting into Indian children they supposedly educate a brand of PT IndianGenocide SS that is even worse than that of their parents And no surprise that only fury whirling in a spiritual nudity p 69 is their parents And no surprise that only fury whirling in a spiritual nudity p 69 is curse these supposedly Christian white Americans cast onto trample into in a spiritual nudity p 69 is the curse these supposedly Christian white Americans cast onto trample into over these Indian children they The Ayurvedic Self Care Handbook have captured and abducted and don t forget the parents who couldave maybe eventually perhaps resisted this crime against Bombay Gin 32 humanity were shot point blank on the spotAnd this big laundering leads to the definition of anything Indian as being monstrousence all Indian Gods or Heroes are nothing but Monsters and the Indians received the conviction that they must not feed the monsters they feed on your attention and feast on your fear p 70 And the laundering of their Indian minds is so strong and effective that We will always become those we Wings Of Fire have ever judged or condemned p 72 That suicide is the rejection of their Indianness along with the word itself that is supposedly not politically correct They are First Nations and native Americans How could they be Indians Even if they are proud of the fight of their American Indian Movement And that leads to the good old Christian turning cheek and loving one s enemies and they are so gullible that they imagine the whites their enemies if they love them and if they turn to them the other cheek the one that is not bleeding yet the white bullies will become their friends You re kidding Or youave your tongue in your cheek when you say An enemy risks the danger of becoming a friend p 75 Dr Jacues COULARDEAU I picked up this book after learning that Joy Harjo as been appointed poet laureate for the United States It s exciting because she s the first Native American to serve in this position In addition to being a poet Harjo is also a jazz musician Her poetry blends music with longing for a ome that seems evasive In different poems the reader is taken Some of the most beautiful lines I ve read on a page in a long time This is an excellent book by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo must add this to your library The words are simple clear and concise and so very powerful We are not different except when we choose to look that way as Native AMERICANS are made to be seen and treated that way for them a long painful but enlightening struggl. Silient songs are born even as they grieve the loss of their country Called a magician and a master San Francisco Chronicle Joy Harjo is at the top of er form in Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings.
Ethnic groups share the common lack of a past the common Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome in the case of African Americans the Post Traumatic Slavery Stress Syndrome She thus recognizes in their syncopated ighly rhythmic music a medium that can be the direct continuation or compensation of their own Indian past they ave lost but they remember in their bones and flesh as rhythmic dancing And the conclusion is a sad annihilation of er Indian past those water spirits will carry that girl all the way back To the stomp grounds where jazz was born It s midnight How Breaking News holy p 23 But this shift reuired the girl the author to jump into some unknown territory I get jumpy a woman who s given up everything for the forbidden leap this science of theoly this incubation of broken dreams It took forever for that bear of a 200 Ways To Raise A Girls Self Esteem horn player to negotiate the impossible jump Weh yoey Weh yo Geordie hah p 21 23 Her Indian nature and past survive in a Muscogee formula she can integrate intoer own jazz music and songs And that brings back the Bantu burden of Pete Seeger s 1960 song Somagwaza Hey Motswala that goes as follows Ha Weh Ha Weh Somagwaza Somagwaza ma yo weh yo weh He Ma Yo Weh He Ma Yo Weh Somagwaza And this brings together Africa and Native AmericaHer waking song is a Reality Show indeed Real urban greedy market economy seers and prophets of prosperity we call it real Real prostitution of women as soon as baby girls we call it real we call it real Children soldiers against other children soldiers including in our streets we call it real Smoke oles that could be bars and cinemas with seers and prophets of prosperity we call it real What forgetting love mountains of trash river of fire We can t be bought forced or destroyed But the author s doubt about this daily reality is at once expressed in a uestion about it Just what is real Will she be redeemed How do we get out of ere Smoke Dead City World At War Online 8 holes seers and prophets of prosperity We call it reality No escape indeed and a final stanzaighly repetitive like a ritualistic mantra of a lost religion concludes that reality that keeps like a feather of the old Indian eaddress that no one will even wear any at least not every dayAnd that leads to a baby between a mother and er The Perfect Husband heart on oneand and a father that A Second Loving Harlequin Romance 3099 holds the sky on the other And the sacred world of this child is The sky is your blanket the earth is your cradle This vision is extremely oxymoronic since the blanket was probably provided by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the earth is where that child and beforeer Arabic Grammar Made Easy her parents will end up six feet underThe second part The Wanderer puts the author who writes in the first person on the road She worships the sun and yet she dances all night in a circle till the sun rises This circular world is northern American but the suare world of Meso and South American Indians is absent Never any real constructions pyramidal or suarish And yet she evokes the fourth morning since the birth of my fourth granddaughter the morning I was to presenter to the sun I walked through Times Suare I stood beneath a twenty first century totem pole of symbols of multinational corporations made of flash and neon p32 To present an Indian child to the sun is a sacred act The sun The Pyramid Of Souls Magickeepers 2 has to be free of all nets of buildings or constructions for it to be strong and yet she is going to perform this action in such a place that at ground level probably never gets any sunshine certainly not any rising sun How can you present a child to the sun thatas been reduced to being a trickster who reflects Excellence In Business Communication his rays ad infinitum from one window to the next from one building to the one across the street If 45th Street that is West East is well directed she might get some rising sunshine from the East but the street is an important thoroughfare How will she be able to present the child to the rising sun in the middle of the street We call it real Just what is real She callser spirit to ave a walk in the Tundra Take the word spirit
In The Indian Meaning Itthe Indian meaning It nothing to do with the Christian concept of the soul My spirit is my other self It Is Virtual Immaterial In is virtual immaterial in sense of virtual reality or if you prefer material virtuality And this spirit inhabits you when you spirit walk There is a shaking and then you are in mystery p 34 That is the normal initiating trip to finding one s spirit that any Indian was supposed to perform when reaching puberty And they try to get that mystery in the walk in the tundra to the opening in the Earth s ead where the spirit leaves and returns p 35 And she identifies this edge as being between life and death idem That spirit is the very principle of life itself but it can go into the world of death and come back You can die but your spirit does not die and nothing else is added It can return from the dead realm and its material virtuality lives on in our virtual reality of a mystery lifeWe then enter the real life of women Husbands boys and men are alcoholics in bars that become their ground zero with the monster Cur muggy the lowest mongrel imaginable in the world of dogs and a multi corporate army of suits in board rooms p38 Women only All Our Broken Pieces have one escape the dark earth In this vulnerable pulsing mother field idem Noteow the escape can only come when the women are mothers There is no escape from desire love teen pregnancy motherhood and the future then is escapeWith Charlie Joy Harjo reaches a Wine higher level of consciousness about the Indian fate and their fate is to talk about many things but never do anything about it We talked what we always talked History saxophone kids words Floyd Buffy Jennifer Jesusealing airplanes Floyd prayers philosophy Indians Indians and why we re in the predicament we re in p 43 Charlie a comedian can cross the line and when Krlek Hur Fan Gr Man he crosses the linee s still In De Schaduw Van Yavin Star Wars 2 himself becausee is acting a part on the stage That s what the audience sees not Fucking Frankenstein his spiritis personality The Women On My Couch his inner self But the woman that lives with Charlie is stillere within the Indian predicament at the end of a long longwave and simply listening This woman Stop Dont Read This has to cross the line Butow can she But at the end of the circle of this earth fire of this life of fire of this predicament that as to be lived to the end like a circle a perpetually repeating itself cycle there will be only one old woman waiting and she will be Death She then imagines an alternative of a woman who would be jealous possessive dominant obsessive and compulsive crushing a man down who is shy unsure bashful and nothing but a tool that she uses But e is Indian so e goes to a bar spends the rent money gets drunk and finds imself when Fight For My Heart he comes around on the floor next to a womanis arm around Endangered Hearts Endangered Hearts 1 her ande pretends e was checking if she ad passed away Is this man falling in such binge parties because the woman is a dominant but failing dictator. Llow the memory of the Trail of Tears from the bend in the Tallapoosa River to a place near the Arkansas River Stomp dance songs blues and jazz ballads echo throughout Lost ancestors are recalled Re. .
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Amazing Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings uses powerful song language and mesmerizing story telling to weave an expansive new world This original collection offers new poetic forms while evoking a range of artistic traditions and artists such as Louis Armstrong and James Welch Harjo s poems of witness provide crucial insights and truth telling from Indigenous experiences call out oppressive systems and remind us of forgotten and ignored realities These poems give needed instruction on Maru how to live on earth with gratitude integrity and respect There is an uplifting clarity in the book that acknowledges all people animals insects air and water as being related Readers of all levels will be able to find theuman experience reflected in these contemporary stories of love Advanced Placement Classroom humoreartache sensuality and music and take pleasure and comfort in the masterfully poetic rhythms jazz riffs and messages transmitted from a radio Uvod U Psihoanalizu heart For Calling the Spirit Back from Wandering the Earth in Its Human Feet Talking with the Sun Mother Field Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings and Praise the Rain are life giving standouts from one of our greatest teachers and poets This is a modern take on poetry that is readable and offers a perspective that can only be gained with age and living Plan to read the prose block poems are unbelievably moving the combination of music prayer and the everyday profound I like the work of this writer but the book leaves something else to be expected This collection of poems is in four parts I How It Came to Be II The Wanderer III Visions and Monsters IV The World It seems to project a pattern that leads from the origin of the poet s fate toer integration in the world after some initiation trip though we cannot say pilgrimage because the destination is in no way a sacred place from the original past Could we say picaresue Probably if we dramatize the term away from Don uixote and HollywoodIt all starts with an obsessive fascination for time The first stop on the long journey keep in mind we are dealing with the journey of a female American Indian who is or less forcefully processed molded and cast into integrating the American society So American Indians are refugees in their own territory land country And the first stop is an encampment just like for refugees all over the world Their guardians Den Samlede Sagaen 1 have a definition that goes beyond time Theyave known you before time they will be there after time They sit before the fire that Cliff Walk has been there without time Let s be clear weave to understand this without as the opposite of within So this encampment is out of time These Indian refugees are forced to live in the total deprivation of their time their War Birds history their past their present and their future They are cast in a present thatas no time for them and that opens onto a future that is timeless for them both uprooted from time and never ending eternal in its very timelessness Since they are forced to live in a present that they do not control their future evades their consciousness their will their desires their impulsesThe author very rightly concludes Tratado General De Ajedrez Tomo Iv here at the very start of this refugee journey Let the earth stabilize your postcolonial insecure jitters p 5 We are after the colonization of Northern America and their native populations by the Europeans of many creeds practically all being Christian but all being from the two Solomonic Jewish and Christian religions those the author calls the thieves of time p 5 She is a typical victim of imposed Post Traumatic Indian Genocide Stress Syndrome And the voyage we are embarking on is a song that can only be born after losing a country p 7 that she is singing locked up in that timeless present of total geographic alienation She is from nowhere actually since the locales ofer birth and life La Locura De Dios have no past no roots no potential It is nothing but a point in space and in no way the Indian that connects the underground and theeavensAnd sure enough she does not evoke an Indian God to depict Panic Room her lost past She brings up a trickster in the form and under the identity of a Rabbit Not the Rabbit that sits in the lap of the Moon Goddess but a plain rabbit that runs around in the prairie doing all kinds of aimless disoriented project free valueless pranks till it falls in the claws of some predator And the modern Trail of Tears can start The author knows the depth of such tears There were not my tears Iave a reservoir inside They will be cried by my sons my daughters if I can t learn The Trader Of Saigon how to turn tears to stone In other words sheas to stonify The Chase The Double Xx 1 her own reserve of tears itas to be stoned to death Her reserve of tears as to be lapidated for the next generation not to carry them into flowing from
Their Eyes But Thateyes But that wishful thinking PTSS runs over undreds of generations when it is connected to a long El Faro De Barlovento historical crime againstumanity like colonization slavery or exploitationLet s enter the myth she believes may be pacifying Once the world was perfect We destroyed the world we ad been given p 14 The brutal removal of Indians from their land is pushed aside in oblivion and she concentrates on what these Indians can do to one another A spark of kindness made a light The light made an opening in the darkness Everyone worked together to make a ladder A Wind Clan person climbed out first into the next world p 14 leaving the darkness behind It is an absolute escape from negation annihilation of what appened before the colonization the roots of the Indians but also of the deprivation and alienation of the Indians who were altogether exterminated deported and finally concentrated in reservations that were not even protected against white greed and white unting violence for which Indians were some wild game with the two meanings of the word in this understanding of a reservation as being a shooting range for whites to learn ow to kill uman animals since for them Indians were animals and what s to learn ow to kill Krynoids human animals since for them Indians were animals and what s who could sign though their signaturead no value whatsoever for the whitesAnd yet she finds a Sky somewhere along William Jordan Junior her road She moves to the writing of songs that aren t paid for By the money and influence of rich fat corporate gods The desire to write songs that own nothing to the corporate world of the USA the first corporation being the White House Sheas this opportunity when she comes across Jazz a music that was conveyed carried broadcast by African Americans Note she treats them as benefactors but they ave no past either no roots in this country since they were imported like draught animals She does not evoke their centuries of slavery though Is it out of shame for the criminal treatment they ad to go through or just the impossibility for The Mahabharata 2 Volumes her to look back into the past of Blacks as well as Indians She takes their music as being what the Indians need because both. In these poems the joys and struggles of the everyday are played against the grinding politics of beinguman Beginning in a Best Day Ever hotel room in the dark of a distant city we travel throughistory and fo.