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Ground of Humility, a poem by Penthea Burns

Several people who attended the Genocide and ME event in Portland, Nov. 20, asked to see the poetry that was read. Here is Penthea Burn's "Ground of Humility."
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Once You Were Children, a poem by Sandy White Hawk

Once you were children
Innocent with no thought that evil or harm existed
Your hearts were pure and trusting
You played without fear
Until they came and took you