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The "Red Indian's" Penultimate Speech to the White Man Did I say, The Dead? There is no Death here, there is only a change of worlds. - Duwamish Chief Seattle1 .Then, we are who we are in the Mississippi. We have what is left to us of yesterdayBut the sky's col or has changed, and the sea to the easthas changed, master of white ones! horse master, so what do you wantfrom those who are going to the trees of the night?Our souls are high, our pastures sacred, and the starsare illuminated speech . . . if you stared into them you would read our story entire:we were born here between water and fire . . . and will become rebornin the clouds at the edge of the lapis coast after Resurrection . . . soon.So do not kill the grass anymore, the grass has a soul in us that defendsthe soul in the earth Horse master! train your horse to apologize to nature's soul for what you have done to our trees: Ah! my tree my sister they have tortured you as they have tortured me do not ask forgiveness for the logger of your mother and mine . . .
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Mahmoud Darwish (Arabic: محمود درويش, 13 March 1941 – 9 August 2008) was a Palestinian poet and author who was regarded as the Palestinian national poet.
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