Anthology of poems dealing with A Man and His Soul, Dreams Unfulfilled, Images in Technicolor and Heart Songs. They speak of will steeped to persevere through adversity. The expressions use imagery, insight, power and will to take the reader to another place and enjoy the journey.
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This collection of poems is a glimpse of a world as seen through the eyes of a person who has questioned the accepted definition of both African American and Native American men and women and how they relate to each other trying to fulfill broken dreams.
This is the human condition of African American and Native Americans as they try to find a place in a world of constant rejection and turmoil. These images in technicolor tell who these Americans really are, and how they refuse to give up when faced with dversity.
A Daisy Fell
Daisy has gone to heaven
to be with the angels on high---
She earned her wings on Saturday
All dressed in white and God's eye.
Her mon and dad and friends
received her with open arms;
they smiled and said, "come home, my child,
we've waited for you; you're not alone."
Daisy, we will miss your presence
your warm and loving smile,
your gentle, caring touch I'll miss
the love, the joy, the laughter.