Monthly Archives: September 2013


Who the Annunaki Saw?
©2013 by Alice Walker 

Tiny Mother,
I knew you had to exist
behind all the lies
about you.
I knew you would live
somewhere fresh
wild
with the sun dancing 
with your earth colored skin.
I knew you would adorn yourself
with whatever struck your fancy.
That it would feel natural
for you
to be part of the… Continue reading

We Alone: from Her Blue Body Everything We Know:  Earthling Poems 1965-1990 Complete  © 1991 by Alice Walker

We alone

can devalue gold

by not caring 
if it falls or rises
in the marketplace.
Wherever there is gold
there is a chain, you know,
and if your chain 
is gold
so much the worse
for you.
Feathers, shells,
and… Continue reading

Thanking the Goddess for Noam Chomsky: This is what an Elder looks like.

Part 2  Noam Chomsky on 9/11,
Syria’s “Bloody Partition” and Why U.S. Role Ensures Failure of Mideast Talks

Part 3 Noam Chomsky
U.S. Has Been “Torturing” Iran for 60 Years, Since 1953 CIA-Led Coup

Neurologist Warns of Neurodegenerative Disease Surge Due to Chemtrail Spraying

Christina Sarich, News Analysis: Any skeptic will conscientiously question the doom and gloom scenarios being touted by the anti-geoengineering groups. Geoengineering Watch, Aircrap.org, and Infowars, for example, prolifically liter the Internet with environmental and health concerns which reach both global and epic proportions. Skeptics often include people from the medical profession, scientists and, of… Continue reading


OPPRESSED HAIR PUTS A CEILING ON THE BRAIN 

A talk given on Founders’ Day, April 11, 1987, at Spelman College in Atlanta. 

From Living By The Word: Selected Writings 1973-1987 by Alice Walker.

As some of you no doubt know, I myself was a student here once, many moons ago. I used to sit in these very seats (sometimes still in… Continue reading

Inner Landscape

©2013 by Alice Walker

For S and C

 

We have not seen each other

in over a decade; 

your son is very tall, you say,

your daughter, learning

to ride horses.

Later, savoring our chance meeting

in the local ice cream store

I look about the land

and see evidence of your helpfulness

everywhere:

the big sister

Sycamore tree

the one… Continue reading

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