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By Willow Brook
An age of well ordered living
A time of living with the land
A tale of the Tasmanian Aborigine
A tale passed down with pride.
The aborigine in Australia is much maligned, discriminated against, misunderstood.
This poem was written some time ago but for me it stands the test of time as the way I feel about all discrimination and also my longing to understand mystical and ancient cultures.
Poetry | Updated Feb 21, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 7
Today(February 13th) is the day Australia says sorry to the aborigines we have treated so poorly for the first time. Kevin Rudd(our new Prime Minister)has publicly said sorry on behalf of Australia and its past.
In the past, we as Australians, treated the aborigines horribly. We even tried to...