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Native American Acrostic Poems

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

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Noble heritage they cannot erase

Ancestor’s plight laid bare for all to see

Tribal identity etched in each face

Invincible spirit our pedigree

Various attempts meant to “civilize”

Expanding demands...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, courage, discrimination, murder,

Caribbean Pundit: Thankful Tribute
Pan: Betel. Or quintessentially creole, made anew, pan-American music
Aloo: also Native American, the staff of life, versatile with curry
Naan: often translated roti, chapati, dhaalpuri, but...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, allegory, america,

Restricted access keeps us locked up inside where we cannot ever escape

Everywhere we go, white picket fences turn into iron bars and barbed wire

Safe places...

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Categories: betrayal, columbus day, community,

Treasures and passages, peaceful as land, sky, and sea
Heartland of hope, harvesters and helpful hands
Abundance shows America as plateau of plenty
Natives in November remembers, family...

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Categories: america, black african american,

Thanksgiving Betrayal
Has lots of good food
And gratitude, sometimes moods.
Not all celebrate it;
Keeping this in mind,
So you can gain perspective from woes of humankind.
Go to a native...

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Categories: america, history, native american,

Everytime I Look Around The Corner
I live a life in a place where alcohol violence reigns supreme/ 
over a dying culture split in se7en groups of se7enty times se7en of...

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Categories: angst, death, fear, growing

Lost In Thought
Now who would of thought the thoughts that would truly get the mind lost in fragile thought?
 So much on our known life, 
about unknown...

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Categories: adventure, native american, on

A Soul Called Soul
I’m trapped in the American struggle/ 
Surrounded in the alcoholic drug addicted jungle/ 
In my soul called soul I seem to unknowingly look for trouble/...

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Categories: confusion, depression, inspirational, life,

A princess
Ruby Lee

R... Right or wrong I came here.
U.. uncertain of what life would be.
B... Because God wanted me here.
Y... Young, I was once.

L... Love I...

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Categories: granddaughter, native american,

Over the civil right movement,

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Categories: black african american, dedication,

Justice must see day in all situations

Universe is calling to those with ears

Society must listen and understand

Too many times, much is said no one hearing


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Categories: angst, art, black african

Native dances
Delicious frybread
Narrating stories....

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Categories: native american, social