The Random Flow of Blood and Flowers

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Ekstasis Editions, 1996 - Poetry - 96 pages
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Rooted in the First Nations' oral traditions, The Random Flow of Blood and Flowers is unadorned poetry about the natural bonds that connect beings to one another, and the injustices and misunderstandings that keep them apart.
 

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Contents

One Mad Heart Grasping Wonders
11
Vancouver A History Lesson
24
Will
37
Bury My Heart
50
The Large Powerhouse
55
Ugly Thoughts Shaved into Beauty I
68
More Questions Still for Mishom
81
Again
94
Copyright

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Alan Twigg
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About the author (1996)

Long associated with Theytus Books and the En'owkin Centre as an administrator and editor (as of 1990), Greg Young-Ing is a member of the Opsakwayak Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba.

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