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Shattered Dreams: Poems, Chants and Short Stories

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A collection of poems, chants and short stories about shattered dreams, written with the desire to open readers' eyes to the injustices going on in the world today. Chants is a conversation between two Native American hawk spirits, Windhawk and Snowhawk, who discuss things they observe going on and in concern, they wonder about what will happen to Mother Earth.

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Published January 6th 2012 by Amazon Kindle
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S.P. Mount
Feb 06, 2012 S.P. Mount rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Christian readers
Recommended to S.P. by: A friend
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 ...more
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