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An Australian story for young people about rivers, where they come from and the stories that they hold.
Poem about the beauty of nature:)
By Anna Luna Eclipsed
Indigenous Aboriginals were invaded by white Australians and this is what happened...
Poetry | Updated Apr 16, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Tourist experience of Ayers Rock in Australia
I live in Australia and was born in 1963. My grandmother was Aboriginal but we kids were told she was Indian.
I learnt at 30 years of age about the lies my family had told me.
In 1967 there was a referendum to give Australian Aboriginals recognition of being human. Pre 1967 we were classed as...
By Mentis Cibum
A list of Aboriginal names and their meanings. :3 Not necessarily in alphabetical order.
Miscellaneous | Updated Jul 25, 2012 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A mysterious beachfront home, and one ladys nightmare.
Written last year, I was 13years old and in year 8 at school. No changes have been made.
My poem analysis for the poem A Song Of Hope By Kath Walker. I'm so happy! I got an A for it:)
In search for beauty, the elderly sex trade survivor, takes courage from an origami crane.
After Coral and her long standing boyfriend of 13 years break up, Coral doesn't know what to do with herself. She lives in Chicago, Illinois, not quite in the central-powwow area, but suites her very well. She travels around the states and Canada with her mother to attend contest powwows. While...
By Asche Owen
A group of Journalism students are on a study abroad trip to Australia, looking for a story. They find a story. And it wants to melts the flesh off their bones and chew on their entrails. Trying to turn this into a screenplay with a more flushed out climax and ending, but it\'s outright refusing...
By Philip Roberts
I have been putting this dictionary together for at least 30 years.
a young scottish boy mets a aboriginal boy on the barge and he shows him the ways of the beach.
Short Story | Updated May 11, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a completely fictional Aboriginal-style myth I wrote about a young girl, Marinna, who runs away from an arranged marriage, and is abducted by an enemy tribe. She is to be put to death, but is saved by a handsome young warrior, Daku, and together they fall into a forbidden love, and fight...
By Two Eagle
A historical account of the Sweat Lodge ceremony and a modern perspective of the healing effects of the Native American Sweat Lodge ceremony.