Joy Harjo is a powerful voice for her Creek (Muscogee) tribe (�a stolen people in a stolen land�), for other oppressed people, and for herself. Her poems, both sacred and secular, are written with the passions of anger, grief, and love, at once tender and furious. They are rooted in the land; they are one with the deer and the fox, the hawk and the eagle, the sun, moon, an
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