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JOURNEY

The mouth of the river may be beautiful. It doesn’t remember the womb of its beginning. It doesn’t look back to where it’s been or wonder who ahead of it polished the rough stones. -Linda Hogan JOURNEY from ROUNDING THE … Continue reading

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ON QUICK DECISIONS….

I got WAR DANCES for Christmas here is an excerpt from Catechism….. As an Indian, were you taught to worship the moon? My mother was (and is) a Protestant of random varieties. My late father, a Coeur d’Alene, was a … Continue reading

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IN WINTER…

In winter it is easier to see what my death might look like, over there, disappearing into misty, spotted rocks. -Joy Harjo SECRETS FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD

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