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The Woman Who Fell from The Sky: Poems Paperback – August 17, 1996
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To read this poetry is to receive a gift, a grace of seeing another way to view the world - one in which the tree, the butterfly, the water speak and are connected to oneself. She clearly speaks from experience, from truth - not as some who tell such stories of connected for personal gain but as one to whom this telling describes her world. But in connectedness she shows the tears - the alcohol, 'Nam, enforced 'white culture' - the rips in the Native cultures that must be healed for the people to survive.
Excellent poetry - deep in meaning, superb in handling of language and image.
just discovered in 2011....I love it and
Iam not usually a POETRY fan..but this
book changed my mind.
Book is very short--only 68 pages // 22 items.
Iam glad I was able to purchase it used.
MS. J O Y HARJO is an OKLAHOMA/CREEK
who now lives in ALBQ. NM.
She has many many talents -- writer, singer,
musician and poet...she can do anything. She
is a lovely lady.
SHE SAYS..." I believe that the word poet is
synonymous with the word truth teller."
Bette b prater
okc ok 62 retired