Nostalgic Soup: Joy Harjo

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, check out this poem by the great Joy Harjo from The Woman Who Fell From the Sky. You can find this and other Harjo poems at Poetry Foundation, too. Perhaps the World Ends Here The world begins at a kitchen table. No matter what, we must eat to live. The gifts of earth are brought and prepared, set on the … Continue reading Nostalgic Soup: Joy Harjo

Nostalgic Soup: This Land is Your Land

A small reminder of this land as home. A Folk song by Woody Guthrie “This Land is Your Land” This land is your land, this land is my land From the California to the New York Island From the Redwood Forest, to the Gulf stream waters This land was made for you and me As I went walking that ribbon of highway I saw above … Continue reading Nostalgic Soup: This Land is Your Land

Nostalgic Soup: Esther Belin

Blues-ing on the Brown Vibe BY ESTHER BELIN I. And Coyote struts down East 14th feeling good looking good feeling the brown melting into the brown that loiters rapping with the brown in front of the Native American Health Center talking that talk of relocation from tribal nation of recent immigration to the place some call the United States home to many dislocated funky brown … Continue reading Nostalgic Soup: Esther Belin