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The Haida people live in North America under the protection of their creator, the mighty Raven. The trickster Raven can transform into many forms—animal, human or super-natural. This is the story of my mother's first experience with the Raven and how her life was forever changed by her relationship… Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

February 28, 2018

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No comment. Read More
two males - a 10 year old by the name of scout and his stepdad, sam - are poor in a small town in tennessee trying to make a living years after a mother's death. his step father goes after church on sundays across the border to nc in… Read More
Short story following the awakening of a native goblin outside his rutine Read More
A snippet of a dream I had, where my spirit animal, Coyote, chose me. Read More
native american association of germany Carmen Kwasny has a fascination being the police chief on north american indian tribes. Carmen Kwasny a white woman is trying tell the lakota and cherokee how they have do there Native American Spirituality and Ceremonies.Carmen Kwasny is not a american indian but she took… Read More
The Native American Association of Germany acting has us government police dept a white woman with no north american Indian roots, is now acting like the spirituality police dept for the Lakota Sprituality, a white Woman Carmen Kwasny has no police authority to tell lakota and cherokee how they have… Read More
my family on pine ridge reservation calling me and coming visit me because some lady from native American association over there in Germany telling her facebook friends I'm dead ya she telling people there in Germany I'm dead hell I've never been more alive. damn, the funny thing is now… Read More
An essay I wrote in my Senior year of High School (with a few improvements) on What It Means To Be An Indian using the work of Sherman Alexie as a basis of the essay. Now, I did put a BIT of my own views into this updated version. However,… Read More
This is a short story or essay I wrote about the ever-present racism that is still spread like cancer throughout the United States. I have started a movement to end one tendril of this cancer by referring to African Americans as Blacks, simply because they are just as American… Read More
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of the race for… Read More

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This was actually a project for English class where I had to write a fake Native American Myth. So here you go. Read More
Haiku loosely based on vision quests done by native americans. 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
What is the meaning of life? Why are we here, in this form, this existence? Throughout the ages many have sought an answer to these questions. A Test of Honor is one mans journey to find those answers. Not the answer provided by religion. Not one provided by occupation or… Read More
Full Circle is the untold story of the forgotten children of the Indigenous First Nations of North America. Displaced, discarded, lost between two worlds after three hundred years of occupation. The story of the half-breed, the mix blood, the unaccepted. Jackson Themal is one of these lost children. Raised in… Read More
When a Great White Shark washes up dead on a Californian beach with inexplicable wounds, questions soon follow. For a few days, the shark posthumously enjoys local and national limelight. After thorough investigations into the death of the beast yield nothing, the incident is soon forgotten and life goes on.… Read More
A brief thought on why I am blessed with what I have and how much I appreciate my Dad! Read More
A family unknowingly crosses into windigo territory. The windigo struggles not to rip them limb from limb. This is a retelling of the story "Windigo" by Shlosser S.E from the windigos point of view. Read More
Was there a heaven for sinners? What would you do for the love of God? Read More
Life is not for fetching a better end. It's there for bliss.... Read More

Poem / Historical Fiction

December 15, 2013

Reads: 145

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The effects of man. Read More

Tags: god, native, black, farmer

This goes out to the people who are as I once was, and I hope that it carries the same message to them as it held to Me, when I first wrote it; No Matter How Hard Things Become... Never Give Up. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 16, 2013

Reads: 366

Comments: 1

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An Australian native wildflower, as displayed in my picture here.I painted in water-colour, (I have painted other native flowers too-each State In Australia has an Australian native wild flower as it's emblem.The Waratah shown here, I love) Hope you enjoy.Hope to share the others with you some time too.I have… Read More
Native American words of pride Read More
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