Shattered Dreams: Poems, Chants and Short Stories

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Poems, Chants and short stories, many with a Native American theme and a concern for injustices in nature and the world, mostly done by man's carelessness. Windhawk and Snowhawk chant their concerns, hoping to enlighten and bring others around to wanting to do things to save the beautiful world we live in for future generations.
We can't do much alone, but united wonderful things can be achieved. More

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Published: Aug. 07, 2012
Words: 54,480
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476086286
About Jerriann Law

Jerriann Wayahowl Law co-authors on many projects with her writing partner JD Couch: as writing Duo, Windhawk and Snowhawk, penning chants voicing concerns on the world's ecological situation, social issues, and many themes we as Native Americans can pray to Creator for a better world resolution. Our mission is to take action; it is our desire to enlighten others and spur them into action, too, before it gets to a point of no return. We also use original songs and videos to further express in an audio/visual way these same concerns and themes; one person at a time can help spread the word to others they know: this world is our life support system; without it, we don't exist in an alive fashion. Living is a great thing, isn't it?
Being happy, feeling secure, having peace of mind to rest at night, knowing life will continue pleasantly for future generations; that's our hope for tomorrow. It is something we all have to work at, just like with any relationship you care about, but it's the one relationship many people take for granted, expecting others to handle it, while you have the benefits of enjoying it.
If you are eighteen or older, accept responsibility as an adult; it is you and your environment...make it the best you can; if we all do this, life will improve in every way for everyone. This world would then be a truly amazing place for us to call home.

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Review by: S P Mount on Sep. 11, 2012 : star star star star star
The writings are often conversational and the subject matter controversial; looking at the things that go on around us in everyday life, musing on how the world is today and often hard hitting too with an unabashed honesty and concern for the environment. But beautiful prose and poetry getting the point across that would especially appeal to Christian readers and those with an interest in the Native American spirit. Unusual in its conception, this anthology by these two authors is an eye opener and a delight, and while I have no other knowledge of J D Couch's work, the two have collaborated beautifully here. Kindred native spirits, no doubt.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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