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Voices of the rainbow : contemporary poetry by American Indians

Author: Kenneth Mark Rosen
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, 1975.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Poems by twenty-one native American poets, representing a variety of tribal affiliations, lyricize and celebrate past, present, and prosepective American Indian visions, images, and memories, individual and collective.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rosen, Kenneth Mark, 1938-
Voices of the rainbow.
New York : Viking Press, 1975
(OCoLC)643753665
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Mark Rosen
ISBN: 0670747572 9780670747573
OCLC Number: 1195905
Notes: "A Richard Seaver book."
Description: xx, 232 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Winter Burn --
Blue Mountain --
Steps --
Swamp --
E Uni Que A The Hi A Tho, Father --
Seal at Stinson Beach / Roberta Hill --
Where Mountain Lion Lay Down with Deer --
When Sun Came to Riverwoman --
Love Poem --
Poem for Myself and Mei: Abortion --
Deer Song --
Toe'Osh: A Laguna Coyote Story --
Alaskan Mountain Poem #1 --
Peom for Ben Barney --
Four Mountain Wolves --
Slim Man Canyon --
Prayer to the Pacific --
Indian Song: Survival --
In Cold Storm Light --
Sun Children --
Hawk and Snake --
The Time We Climbed Snake Mountain --
Horses at Valley Store --
Preparations / Leslie Marmon Silko --
Indians at the Guthrie --
Tribal Stumps --
Unhappy Diary Days --
February Park --
Tropisms on John Berryman --
Tyranny of Moths --
Thumbing Old Magazines --
Family Photograph --
Haiku --
North to Milwaukee --
Raising the Flag --
Seven Woodland Crows --
Anishinabe Grandmothers / Gerald Vizenor --
Salad La Raza --
On a Catholic Childhood --
Desmet, Idaho, March 1969 --
Getting Started --
Cinque --
Aaron Nicholas, Almost Ten --
Six Feet Under --
On Death and Love --
Custer Lives in Humbolt County / Janet Campbell Hale --
Flock --
Warrior Nation Trilogy --
Among Hawks --
Traels with the Band-Aid Army --
Sundown at Darlington 1878 --
Old Man Told Me --
Wood Floor Dreams --
Moth --
Sleep Watch --
Scattered Leaves --
Between Rivers and Seas --
Curtina --
Comanche Ghost Dance --
We Are a People --
Other --
Rain --
Crazy Horse --
Epitaph: Snake River --
Bay Poem --
Sitting Alone in Tulsa Three A.M. --
Image of City --
Old Story --
Anniversary Poem for the Cheyennes ... --
Poem for Carroll Descendant of Chiefs / Lance Henson --
My Brothers ... --
A Teacher Taught Me --
I Am of the Earth --
Simplicity Aims Circularly --
Hartico --
Anna Walters --
The Coyote --
Driving in Oklahoma --
Getting Across --
Not Just Yet --
North of Santa Monica --
Another Sunday Morning --
ESP --
Advice from Euterpe --
Coming of Age in the County Jail --
On the Bright Side --
"But Still in Israel's Paths They Shine" --
Home Movies --
January 15 as a National Holiday --
Support Your Local Police Dog --
Discovery of the New World / Carter Revard --
In Respect of the Elderly --
Fear --
Earth Song --
For the Children --
Andonis, My Daughter --
Six Eagles / Thomas Peacock --
Raven/Moon --
The Passion Drinker --
Red Rock Ceremonies --
The Week End Indian --
The Dream Feast / Anita Endrezze-Probst --
Their Conelike Cabins --
Grandma Fire --
Memo --
The Spirit Craft --
The Speaker --
The Winds of Change --
Now the People Have the Light --
You Northern Girl --
Sand Creek --
During the Pageant at Medicine Lodge / Charles Ballard --
Keeping Hair --
Overnight Guest --
Reading Indian Poetry --
Summer --
Eveningsong I --
Eveningsong 2 --
Late in Fall --
The Meeting --
Spring in Virginia --
Spring at Fort Okanogan --
Bags Packed and We Expected This / Ramona Wilson --
Sitting Bull's Will ... --
Chrome Babies Eating Chocolate Snowmen ... --
Two Hookers --
Written in Unbridled Repugnance ... --
Tornado Soup --
A Blue Jeaned Rock Queen ... --
The Hoofter --
Agent of Love --
Cosmic Eye --
A Lost Mohican Visits Hell's Kitchen --
The World's Last Unnamed Poem / A.K. Redwing --
Hawk Nailed to Barn Door --
Wolf --
Sweat Song --
Death Chant --
Composition --
Untitled / Peter Blue Cloud --
Prelude to Memorial Song --
The Visit --
Sunflower Moccasins --
America's Wounded Knee --
Spring Cleaning --
Spruce --
Favorite Grandson Braid --
Name Giveaway --
Moon of Huckleberries --
First Grade --
Spokane Falls --
Wardance --
Morning Vigil --
Wardance Soup / Phil George --
Death --
Wishes --
Taos Winter --
The Mask --
Where Have You Gone, Little Boy --
To an Indian Poet / Patty L. Harjo --
Reservation Special --
Powwow Remnants --
Langston Hughes --
The Flicker --
Playing Pocahontas --
The Flint Hills --
Peyote Vision --
The Woyi --
Indian Love Song --
After the First Frost --
The Urban Experience Part One --
The Urban Experience Part Two --
Wisga --
My Dream --
The 49 Stomp / Lew Blockcolski --
The Story of My Life --
Anadarko John --
Removal: Last Part --
Land --
Drunk --
Something for Supper --
Rock Painting --
You / Carroll Arnett --
Eye of God --
Earth --
Week Seek --
Bird of Power --
Buzz --
Elementary --
Ranier --
Thirsty Island --
Sunrise / Jim Tollerud --
February Morning --
Gallery of My Heart --
Janna --
My Friend the Wind --
Jackie --
Untitled --
Evening --
My Song / King D. Kuka --
For Tom Numkena, Hopi/Spokane --
For Drum Hadley --
Mother/Deer/Lady --
Alone Is the Hunter --
If You Can Hear My Hooves ... --
Could I Say I Touched You --
Oh But It Was Good --
Coming Home in March --
Pennsylvania WInter Indian --
Gaa-a-muna, a Mountain Flower --
Hummingbird --
Old Moke ... --
Wrap Me in Blankets of Momentary Winds --
For the Girls 'Cause They Know --
In a Double Rainbow / Harold Littlebird --
The Place of O --
What We Can --
The Place of V --
Before the Actual Cold --
The Way the Bird Sat / Ray A. Young Bear.
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth Rosen ; ill. by R.C. Gorman and Aaron Yava.

Abstract:

Poems by twenty-one native American poets, representing a variety of tribal affiliations, lyricize and celebrate past, present, and prosepective American Indian visions, images, and memories, individual and collective.

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