Scene of a summer's Night

Scene of a summer's Night

A Poem by SmittyJas

Scene of a summer's Night 
 
It was a Scene of a summer's Night
In the land of the North, East & West
When the State Of North Dakota died
and the Red man move on to the western side

The white man would not rest
till the red man all have left
They brought there guns and knives,
To send the red man to his grave.

Peace out west was not won 
by a peace pipe smoked,
It was won on the blood shed 
of the red man's coat.

His buffalo Hide was his Pride, 
with the horns of a buffalo
Rapped around his head. 
after a mad hunt for the hide

With the bow and arrow 
The red man seen the white
Man shoot down the buffalo 
with his gun just for fun.

Ending the hunting grounds 
for the neighboring Red man
And his sons and a way of life 
by the stream and hills.

Where the buffalo roam
and the red man hunted
and now are buried in mounds 
they talk and write about it still  l!!!!

© 2016 SmittyJas



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The Indian was here first, the settlers should have tried to live in peace with them...not steal their land. Valentine

Posted 1 Year Ago


I love your poem but there are so many grammatical errors. Please look over them! Other than those, it was a wonderful poem!!!

Posted 1 Year Ago



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SmittyJas
SmittyJas

Pittsburgh, PA



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Hi My name is Jim been writing poetry for nine years started on AOL with a few new friends on a tuesday night poetry night. We would meet and post poetry and learn from each other and I learned a lot .. more..

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