Native American Abc Poems

These Native American Abc poems are examples of poetry about Native American Abc. These are the best examples of Abc Native American poems written by international poets.


Appaloosa Horses by Doris Beaulieu
Appaloosa Horses ( Poem )


Bloodlines have influenced breeds
For beauty and performance needs

Native American horses on t.v.
Used decades in western movies

Identified mottled skin note
Colorful leopard spotted...

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Categories: animal, character, horse, native

We Have Seen by Athena Beauchamp

We have seen the mountains grow 
from the hills,
and the trees from the ground 
reaching for the sky.
We have felt the years go on
only to...

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Categories: native american,



Just For My Sweet Beautiful Boo by Travis Lone Hill
I think about you every hour throughout my day/ I dont know what it is about you that makes me feel this way?/ but I...

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Categories: faith, inspirational, life, love,

Young native by matt wood
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Categories: life, native american, cry,

Premium MemberThe Indigenous by James Fraser
Apache, the Ndee, "the people" of Arizona and other States
Blackfoot, the Siksika, whose painted red faces we can relate

Cheyenne, the Tsitsistas, meaning relatives of the...

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Categories: native american

FOOD WAS LEFT ON THE PLATE by Satish Verma
For you
I am walking on rocks
holding unburnt match sticks,
you want me to throw them
behind me.

To step down in lake
for washing sins
from the snuffed out
skylights.
Between green...

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Categories: lost love, love, mother,

BLACKENED CROZIER by Satish Verma
Let it remain
ovarian pure. After strangulating
the truth,
for hypoxic euphoria.

Flies in your face
the dirt,
the denial, the terracota
of superposition of speech
hiding self-interest.

Blackened crozier
for wrinkeled crotch
drops the ashes...

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Categories: native american, natural disasters,

FORGIVES THE PAST by Satish Verma
Going back foot
he looked inside himself and felt a breeze
on empty stomach.
Mother-of-pearl,
he was a sand grain in the eye
of a storm.

He wanted to shut off...

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Categories: mystery, native american, nature,

LOYAL TO DEATH by Satish Verma
An answer becomes a question 
without an effort.
The world hisses 
in filaments of joy. 
My hands become 
green branches of a huge tree. 
Terrified sun...

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Categories: native american, nature, passionsun,

i went to the park by doris lee
you  were there  i  turned  around  and  tryed  to   walk  away.
the  littlle  ...

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Categories: inspirational, loss, mother, native

ME. by aMANDA greenly
Who I am, Im just a loveing person and cares about my family and friends.
I don't smke'drink,orsmoke up........

So i just want to be my self...

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Categories: computer-internet, faith, native american,

JAMESTOWN 1607=They ate their horses, dogs, cats and rats by Tom Zart
JAMESTOWN
1607 



Four hundred years ago high-born Brits sailed to America
Seeking fast fortunes, adventure and fame.
Many would never endure their first year here
Cultivating, foraging, and hunting...

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Categories: adventure, death, faith, history,