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Indians Poems - Poems about Indians

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Sinter's Cross, Part III
......Since that day there has been a cross perched high atop the bluff, and when the town grew up they thought they should show him their love. That’s how we became Sintertown, their way to show r......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, conflict, courage, death, hero,
Form: Cowboy Poetry

Premium Member Luck
...Luck = opportunity + preparation. What luck is not Is getting what you want. What luck is Is surviving what you don't want. To wish someone luck Is merely to apply The odds of probability And......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, perspective,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Choosing A Genuine Leader
...Choosing a genuine leader Is a dauntingly difficult task To constitutionally ask Uninformed voters To vote their conscience. Such a practice defies science And natural common sense. That too m......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, america, betrayal, fire, halloween,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member We Believe in Diverse
... We believe in diverse in our universe Our government’s a meritocracy in reverse Red folks, brown folks, yellow and green Indigenous Indians, Asians, Orientals, ‘Mar-sheens’ So......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, color, earth, humor, satire,
Form: Couplet
True Beauty
...True beauty inspire Indians, Russians or local Any race despite.......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, beauty, engagement, perspective, race,
Form: Haiku

April 3 Look at the sky!
...April 3—Look at the sky! One day the world woke up To the impending end As a new asteroid. Quickly dubbed The doomsday asteroid Headed to Earth. Everyone looked up At the doomsday as......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
...During the Civil War, money came late, Indians starved, left to their fate. Two braves came across a white farmer's food. They were hungry and stressed and in a bad mood. Little Bear picked up ......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, betrayal, courage, native american,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member After the Floods
...Water! Water! The entire landscape submerged Grave silence! Except the torrents swift and huge Intimidating sights, plains and valleys merged Rushing above the tops of roofs with a surge Clergy......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, storm, water,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Haunted Spirits
... They once lived here on Hudson River shores; Lenape Indians of long ago. Beneath our home, an underworld with scores of spirits, that perhaps, still here abide. An arrowhead was found and broug......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, scary, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thinking back from one to eighteen
...One for my comfy onesie, a word not invented yet in 1953. Two twins – me and my sis against the world Three favorite foods now are mashed potatoes, corn and chili beans Four times the fun when our......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member arrowheads
...indians of past leaving traces of their lives to be found by us......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, nature,
Form: Haiku
Prologue 8 Ouija
... Gus didn't have the original pointer that came with the Ouija, so he used an extra Indian feather, since it came from a real Indian, it may prove to be advantageous. Since Indians were ......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, art,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Oregon Trail
... Leaving behind the city grime and angry crowded streets of crime. The chimneys belching s......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, courage, history, journey, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Redwoods
...Our dad drives with the recliner down like a waterbed as uncapped bottles of water gushes down. My older sister putting on her third face now, none of it hides her stuck-out tongue at me. My older br......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, adventure, appreciation, boy, dream,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Thoughts on Iowa and My Childhood City
... “And I remember Muscatine -still more pleasantly - for its summer sunset. I have never seen any on either side of the ocean that equaled them.” Samuel Clemens in his younger years when he wor......Read the rest...
Categories: indians, places, youth,
Form: Prose Poetry

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