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Indian Utopia

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Indian Utopia

..........................I................................U
............................N...........................T
..............................D......................O
..................................I..................P
....................................A............I
......................................N.......A

..........................................The
..........................................Man
........................................Calmly,
.....................................Mournfully
..................................Plays and sings
................................Thinks of the hard
...............................Cruel days to come...
...........................When his great cozy tents
.........................Will be on fire and the White
....................Will taint the land he had cherished
..................Gone with the Hawks will roar to shake
..............Every ounce of dear land the white tread on
............The mighty bow will be stretched to heavens to
............Send an army of arrows to the white noble hearts
..........Fire, fire everywhere and the ashes dance and dwell
........On every innocent child’s face who wonders with that
......Sorrowful look upon the relics of his past and ruins of his future




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