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Editor's note: Guest Poet and Writer Leonard Peltier does not refer to his works as "Poetry" -- he calls them, "arrows of meaning, and hopefully of healing, from my heart to yours"


"From the unspoken silence"
An Eagles Cry
by Leonard Peltier



"Locked in my own shadow"
The Heart of the World
by Leonard Peltier



" I unloose my soul"
In the Shadowed Night

by Leonard Peltier



"Teach us love"
A Prayer
by Leonard Peltier


"And the waters rush down to the sea"
For As Long As the Rivers Flow

by Sharmagne Leland-St. John



"Within the quiet lake, language but for nature's sake"
Write The Moon
by Deborah Russell



"Their hearts break and their minds burn with rage"
Pictures At An Exhibition: Iraq, May 2004
by Henry Howard




"I've seen them face the rifles with their songs"
by Peter Yarrow



"We can't see their tears"
Invisible People

by Gene Nelson and Craig Carothers



"How can you buy or sell the sky"
Chief Seattle's Thoughts
by Chief Seattle of the Suquamish



Growing Up Indian
by Leonard Peltier



Fresh seafood, home grown herbs and vegetables make this a welcome dish for any potluck picnic.
San Poil Bouillabaisse
from the kitchen of Stella Runnels



At this time of year, our gardens are bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables. Here is an imaginative and tasty vegetable dish to go with pasta or fish and a green salad with artichoke hearts.
Zucchini Stuffed with Gourmet Treats 
from the kitchen and gardens of Sharmagne Leland-St. John


A flyfisherman's delight!  This flavourful and easy way to spruce up the catch of the day. 
Rainbow Trout Wrapped in Grape Leaves and Stuffed with Herbs

from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John


Graphics by Sara Wadington

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