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song lyric about the great Hunkpapa Lakota chief,Sitting Bull Read More
song lyric about Strong-hearted Woman, a brave, yet compassionate warrior of the Modocs Read More
a short poem I wrote one day about the Navajo indians and a little bit about their lifestyle. Read More

Tags: indians, navajo

a poem about two boys finding a Haunted Indian Mound Read More
Song lyric about the brave and resilient Seminole Nation Read More
When Sitting Bull enjoyed a peaceful smoke break in the midst of a constant barrage of rifle bullets If you have time, please leave a comment. Thanks! Read More
During a thunderstorm, Black Elk's sacred grandfathers give him a bow that will protect him from a flurry of gunfire at Wounded Knee. IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, I WOULD APPRECIATE A COMMENT Read More

Book / Thrillers

November 30, 2019

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The The Imaginarium House

When a game of hide and seek with ghosts becomes a game of survival, you must either hide or die. Read More
Its my inner feeling .. Every moment in my life depends on others.. Read More
An article about a huge trade in Major League Baseball. Read More
The Head-Splitters have finally struck, taking the man's two older children away from them. Read More
The family continues to hide from a particularly nasty band of Native American Indians in the Old West. Read More
A family is unexpectedly ambushed by a particularly wild band of Native American Indians in the Old West. Read More

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The Contently Deranged Travelers House

A poem about one of the main characters in the book, Westen Man Digest by Robert Kasch and myself , which will be Published on Amazon very soon. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

A short, yet powerful story that proves to Kiaan, a young adventurous Indian orphan, how life can test you in the most unexpected ways and possibly even have the power to change your destiny in mere seconds for better or worse. Read More
A Pioneer Woman is about to be abducted by Indians. Read More
The American Indians knew more about the land than what society ever could. They respected the land; respected the animals that they lived alongside; they treated Mother Earth with the utmost of care and attention... But then along came greed, power, money and a lust for land. These overpowering beasts… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This contribution credits dreams of a billion home in this planet. For those who work in a distant land making some savings for their home. I tribute this honor in pride. :) Read More
Islamophobia is on the rise but are Muslims really the true terrorists in the world...... Read More
A Wolf's Tale is a historical novella I began writing for my own three children at the height of that execrable Iraq War.It is an anti-war/anti-genocide work about a young Indian boy and his pet wolf as they face the challenges posed by the arrival of a new people. Suitable… Read More
An alien ship crash lands in the small town of Brantville. Chloe, a highschool girl is about to find out all the secrets the town she grew up in has been hiding. Read More
Native Americans have been disrespected for many years. However, I believe that now is the time for them to regain their rights and actually be respected as humans. Read More
This is part of my summer reading project. We had to continue a story from a certain decision OR an epilogue. Picture copyright... someone that isn't me :) Read More
Parody from the 'Ten Little Indians' song. Read More

Tags: humor, song, indians

It was about mid afternoon on a sunny August day; the Thorne family was laughing over a joke Peter just told. All of the sudden painted men,  riding on  pinto horses came charging through the towering grass towards the wagon. Jetta’s heart skipped a beat. What did these Indians want?… Read More
Not my best work but this from two years ago. It's a letter that tells a little about the hatred and sorrow going on during the Trail of Tears. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

"City of Gold" was inspired by the true story of Francisco Coronado, a 16th Century Spanish conquistador and his determined -- yet desperate -- search for undiscovered treasure in the American Southwest. Travel back in time more than 400 years as this army of explorers, driven by greed and a… Read More

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