You Are All People and All People Are You

Illustration of a landscape and sky with words: Remember the sky that you were born under… [Joy Harjo]

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November is Native American Heritage Month. Learn more here.

Today’s quipple features words from Joy Harjo, Native American poet who often writes about remembrance and transcendence. Harjo said, “I feel strongly that I have a responsibility to all the sources that I am: to all past and future ancestors, to my home country, to all places that I touch down on and that are myself, to all voices, all women, all of my tribe, all people, all earth, and beyond that to all beginnings and endings. Read all of Harjo’s powerful poem, Remember, here.

For Sheer Delight and Gratitude

"Oh do you have time to linger for just a little while out of your busy and very important day..." -Mary OliverApril is National Poetry Month and TDQ is happy to celebrate the art that is poetry. Mary Oliver is a favorite poet of T and K, and we hope you’ll take a moment to read the full poem. Please share your favorite poets and poems in the comments section!