Di: A tribe.

In the days when buffalo roamed the plains

Wild and free

Before the fences and reservations of the white man

A tribe of people lived

A peaceful people

Yet always complaining

Rants as long as the one river

Watered the crops of their arguments

The massacre at Bull Shit left none alive

But their words remain

As long as the wind blows

Long-winded rants fill the air

Diatribe

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Author: Josh Wrenn

Cancer survivor, wanna-be artist, musician, author, and all around good guy.

3 thoughts on “Di: A tribe.”

  1. I understand that di·a·tribe
    ˈdīəˌtrīb/Submit
    noun
    a forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or something.
    “a diatribe against the Roman Catholic Church”
    synonyms: tirade, harangue, onslaught, attack, polemic, denunciation, broadside, fulmination, condemnation, censure, criticism….

    But the title instantly reminds me of http://diatribe.org/ and I got really intrigued about what you thought of the subject. Anyway, pushing off my initial disappointment; I did enjoy this little poem.

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