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Aborigine Poems - Poems about Aborigine

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Premium Member Memorial Tree
...nd me. We’d sit and watch Tom wander, speak about a boundary tree that’s significance in history is for the local aborigine. There are markers in the river for the boat fraternity, and a place with peace and quiet for Gary, Tom, a......Read More
Categories: aborigine, remember,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Yellow Dog's Eyes
...hind the yellow dog’s eyes? How long is it since the tongue first licked the hand? How many years did he follow the Aborigine around? Who built the fences? Who offered the easy prey at night? That's the thinking behind the yellow dog’......Read More
Categories: aborigine, animal, farm, nature,
Form: Lyric
Singing the Land
...ay when I visited he was sick in bed And he said don’t worry not a tear was shed He spoke about his father who was an aborigine Who passed on his dreaming stories that were meant to be His father had passed on a ceremony Of singing......Read More
Categories: aborigine, best friend, dedication,
Form: Ballad
The Pinancles
...40000 years of aborigine dreaming As a hot sun beat down in daytime beaming A sacred place where women foraged and gave birth It was......Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty,
Form: Ballad
Aborigine Diggers
...The warrior stands on one leg in the sun And watches the British fleet drop anchor These strange white men raise thei......Read More
Categories: aborigine, war,
Form: Free verse



Mr White man you are my Brother
...ast Give me your brotherly affection And refugee problems will be history Mr. White Man I am your brother I am an Aborigine from Australia Give me brotherly regards so sweet And all of us shall be color-blind White Man, Black Ma......Read More
Categories: aborigine, metaphor, racism, relationship,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Les Protecteurs - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Protectors by T Wignesan
...t and courageous voice to set right wrongs, and thus began a career to seek justice for the hard-pressed and humiliated aborigines in Australia. As Judith Wright, herself, says: “Those demands, and many more, rang out against a background......Read More
Categories: aborigine, bullying, character, conflict, culture,
Form: Free verse
Dear Teppo Gren
... Where prolific people grow in Perth. James Thesarious Hilarious Horn Retired Veteran and Poet Are kangaroos and Aborigine on West Coast of Australia? Always remember Australia being called the Continent down under. How is glob......Read More
Categories: aborigine, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
Worthless World
...In the world wide and broad Aborigine, distort and deform Out of hatred and disgust We kill each of us! ...Read More
Categories: aborigine, deep, people, sad, world,
Form: Free verse
An Untamed Land
...Since climbing to the summit, is for some A lifelong goal The wilderness (or the ‘Never Never’) Is the home of the Aborigine Where nomadic tribes have left behind Australia’s unique history These first inhabitants Of this inhospi......Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty, environment, imagery,
Form: Prose Poetry
I AM
...I am an Indian, an Aborigine, Arab, Greek, Norde, African, Chinese..... I am a human whose alphabet and genes tell tales of my ancestors......Read More
Categories: aborigine, history, imagery, me, people,
Form: Free verse
If History Was Food Part 2
...If history was food part 2 ...Read More
Categories: aborigine, art, food, fun, funny,
Form: Lyric
For
...For, the Kaifer, the Koon the Consequence, the Aborigine, the Albino, the Abstract These are the Words that are yours ......Read More
Categories: aborigine, abuse, anger, christian, discrimination,
Form: Blank verse
Unchained
...ndence from captivity. Free from emotional malice, let go with a sense of chivalry. Contingency, alone feeling festive Aborigine, a supple beauty so majestic Explicit, this voluptuous vixen, feasting on my fragility! Wrapped nude in Egypt......Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty, desire, journey,
Form: I do not know?
The Aborigine Boy
...The aborigine boy, his poor young heart was yearning For the young raven haired girl, a passion was quickly burning He was t......Read More
Categories: aborigine, humorous, romantic, heart, heart,
Form: Quatrain

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