Category Archive: Native American

The Medicine wheel

Wisdom of the Medicine wheel I have been lucky. Many kind Native Americans took me under their wing and taught me how to find peace. At the Mall I went to the so-call… Continue reading

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The Coyote is dancing.

The Coyote is dancing Once, locked-up man knew the solace and the mercy of the kind lakes. Once, the free man danced with the stars and the moon. In the mist of the… Continue reading

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The Water, the Sky and the Earth. chapter 9-14

The Water, Sky and the Earth. Chapter 10. Road trip with Morningstar. “In my lifetime. I met people who held power. I was amazed at their knowledge. Sometime warning come when you don’t… Continue reading

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The Water, the Sky and the Earth. Chapter 8/9

The water, Sky and the Earth. New journey. Chapter eight   The grandfathers and the grandmothers are in the children; Teach them well. Ojibwa proverb “All the Indians pray to God for life.… Continue reading

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The Water, the Sky and the Earth chapter 6/7.

The Water, the Sky and the Earth Silent Bobcat/Dark Moon Part six (Very few men or woman are born with the skills of education and the ability to speak. The eloquence speakers such… Continue reading

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The Water, the Sky and the Water chapter four/five

The Water, Sky and the Earth -chapter four A Chapter by Coyote Poetry The Water, Sky and the Earth. . Red Fox war. Part four “Africa and Native American Culture. Life is a… Continue reading

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The Water, the Sky and the Earth part 3

The Water, Sky and the Earth First steps chapter three A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part three of my pro eco-system story. The Water, Sky and the Earth First steps Part3 “Our land… Continue reading

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The Water, The sky and the Earth- Chapter one and two.

The Water, the Sky and the Earth chapter one A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part one of my project I must finish. The water, Sky and the Earth. (Four strangers became friends. Seeking… Continue reading

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My Ojibwa Grandmother chant

Ojibwa Grandmother chant A Poem by Coyote Poetry I lost my Ojibwa Grandmother in 1981. I tried to be like her. Children must know freedom and not be afraid of life.                                      Ojibwa… Continue reading

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A good day to be alive

A good day to be alive my friend. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Each day is an opportunity to do something good.   A good day to be alive my friend (Can you… Continue reading

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