Go to: Indigenous Peoples' Literature Index

Indigenous Peoples' Literature

Indigenous Poetry

"Treat The Earth Well, It Was Not Given To You By Your Parents,
It Was Loaned To You By Your Children."

ancient proverb

Why do you take by force what you could obtain by love?
Tell them how we loved all that was beautiful.
Have a vision not clouded by fear.
We will be known forever by the tracks we leave.

American Indian Poetry
Native American Poems
Native Poems
Native Poetry
Native Tech Poetry
Native Youth Poetry

Poems - Menu 1
Poems - Menu 2
Poems by Tobacco Indian
Poems by Turtle Heart
Poetry by Running Elk Woman
Poetry - Native Book Center

Eagle Poem
Canto a Comandante Marcos
Ode To Gen. George Armstrong Custer
Voices From The Heart
Winter When the Stars Fell
Wolf Poetry

Aztec Poetry (Nezahualcoyotl)
Mexica (Nahuatl) Poetry
Mayan Poetry (Songs of Dzitblache)
Maori Poetry
Navajo (Dine) Poetry
Papago Poetry
Quechua Poetry

Begin Your journey, learn the Steps to
Your Indian Ancestry
Beginners Lesson in Genealogy

American Indian Heritage Foundation
Indians.org Home | Indigenous Peoples' Literature Index Page

The Tribal Directory

The Indigenous Peoples' Literature pages were researched and organized by Glenn Welker.