Ta'Kaiya Blaney singing Women's Warrior Song
on Indignous Women Day - May 5, 2019
Celebrating Mother Earth and all Indigenous Women on the front-lines.
When I look upon the beloved, the real beloved, not the beloved of memoirs, made up in revenge, but the active generator of love, the love maker. When I when
When I look upon you.
Beloved, I might avert my gaze, let it stray only to your hands and then up to your throat. It is only in holding your eyes away from mine that I can stay sovereign in my love. It is only for you. Not from you. It is more than state or nation. This love is itself unto itself. The only name it needs it speaks within me. Call it what you will. It will answer.
Author: Heid E. Erdrich is Ojibwe enrolled at Turtle Mountain.
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