Woven Stone

ISBN-10: 0816513309

ISBN-13: 9780816513307

Edition: N/A

Authors: Simon J. Ortiz

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List price: $24.95
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Publication date: 9/1/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 367
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Going for the Rain
The First: The Preparation
The Creation, According to Coyote
Forming Child
Four Poems for a Child Son
The Expectant Father
To Insure Survival
Four Bird Songs
Time and Motion and Space
Buck Nez
The Poet
My Father's Song
Two Women
Poem for Jody About Leaving
The Second: Leaving
Toward Spider Springs
Arrival in Sudden Seaside Fog This Morning
Blues Song for the Phoenix Bus Depot Derelict
Many Farms Notes
Old Hills
21 August '71 Indian
Small Things Today
Travels in the South
Busride Conversation
Portrait of a Poet with a Console TV in Hand
Early Morning
Making an Acquaintance
Without You
The Poems I Have Lost
How Close
Last Night
Today, the A-Train, 168th to 14th
Hunger in New York City
Traveled All the Way to New York City
For Those Sisters and Brothers in Gallup
Evening Beach Walk
A Patience Poem for the Child That Is Me
The Third: Returning
The Wisconsin Horse
A Barroom Fragment
Four Years Ago
Horizons and Rains
Leaving America
Washyuma Motor Hotel
Passing Through Little Rock
Sometimes It's Better to Laugh, "Honest Injun"
Missing That Indian Name of Roy or Ray
Crossing the Colorado River into Yuma
Valley of the Sun
A Dying Warrior
I Told You I Like Indians
The Significance of a Veteran's Day
To and Fro
Notes on the Steps of the San Diego Bus Depot
East of San Diego
Returned from California
Wind and Glacier Voices
Albuquerque Back Again: 12/6/74
East of Tucumcari
Watching You
Bend in the River
The Fourth: The Rain Falls
Earth Woman
Spreading Wings on Wind
For Nanao
The Boy and Coyote
My Children, and a Prayer for Us
Four Deetseyamah Poems
My Mother and My Sisters
What Joy Said on Two Occasions
Juanita, Wife of Manuelito
A Pretty Woman
Two Acoma Pictures
For Rainy's Book
A Deer Dinner
A Snowy Mountain Song
Dry Root in a Wash
Curly Mustache, 101-Year-Old Navajo Man
Four Rains
Morning Star
A Story of How a Wall Stands
For Joy to Leave Upon
It Doesn't End, Of Course
A Good Journey
Telling About Coyote
They Come Around, The Wolves - And Coyote and Crow, Too
Hesperus Camp, July 13, Indian 1971
Brothers and Friends
A San Diego Poem: January-February 1973
The Journey Begins
Under L.A. International Airport
Survival This Way
Like myself, the source of these narratives is my home
And another one
How to make a good chili stew
And there is always one more story
Notes For My Child
Grand Canyon Christmas Eve 1969
My Children
This Magical Thing
Notes for My Child
Earth and Rain, The Plants and Sun
Burning River
A Morning Prayer and Advice for a Rainbowdaughter
Canyon de Chelly
Baby Bird Prayers for My Children, Raho and Rainy
Between Albuquerque and Santa Fe
Fingers Talking in the Wind
Like Mississippi
A New Mexico Place Name
Back into the Womb, The Center
A Birthday Kid Poem
How Much He Remembered
Woman, This Indian Woman
Watching Salmon Jump
Some Indians at a Party
Places We Have Been
Vada's in Cuba, New Mexico
Northern Maine
Indianhead Bay
Ithaca, New York
How Much Coyote Remembered
Morning by a Lakeside in Marion County, S.C.
Woman Dreamer: Slender Oak Woman
Apache Love
Her Story About Saving Herself
Two Coyote Ones
Will Come Forth in Tongues and Fury
A Designated National Park
Long House Valley Poem
Irish Poets on Saturday and an Indian
Ten O'clock News in the American Midwest
Grants to Gallup, New Mexico
The following words...
"And The Land Is Just As Dry"
Vision Shadows
Heyaashi Guutah
Time to Kill in Gallup
For Our Brothers: Blue Jay, Gold Finch, Flicker, Squirrel
"The State's claim..."
Electric Lines
Gas Lines
Phone Company
Cable TV
Right of Way
I Tell You Now
My Father Singing
This Occurs to Me
Uncle Jose
That Time
When It Was Taking Place
Poems from the Veterans Hospital
8:50 AM Ft. Lyons VAH
Two Old Men
Damn Hard
Cherry Pie
Along the Arkansas River
Looking, Looking
For a Taos Man Heading South
I Tell You Now
Fight Back: For the Sake of the People, For the Sake of the Land
Mid-America Prayer
Too Many Sacrifices
It Was That Indian
Indians Sure Came in Handy
Starting at the Bottom
Ray's Story
Affirmative Action
Crazy Gook Indians
Out to Tsaile Lake
The First Hard Core
To Change in a Good Way
Final Solution: Jobs, Leaving
Stuff: Chickens and Bombs
That's the Place Indians Talk About
We Have Been Told Many Things but We Know This to Be True
What I Mean
Mama's and Daddy's Words
Returning It Back, You Will Go On
This Song: Beating The Heartbeat
It Will Come; It Will Come
No More Sacrifices
Our Homeland, A National Sacrifice Area
A New Story
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