Lisa Bellear

Lisa Bellear
Melbourne / Australia
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Lisa (Marie) Bellear (born, Melbourne, Victoria, 2 May 1961 – died, Melbourne, 5 July 2006) was an Indigenous Australian poet, photographer, activist, spokeswoman, dramatist, comedian and broadcaster. She was a Goernpil woman of the Noonuccal people of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island), Queensland. Her uncles were Bob Bellear, Australia's first Indig ...
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Beautiful Yuroke Red River Gum
Sometimes the red river gums rustled
in the beginning of colonization when
Women's Liberation
Talk to me about the feminist movement,
the gubba middle class
hetero sexual revolution
way back in the seventies
Message Failed
INDIGENOUS: Our lands are here to welcome
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: As long, as long ago we offer welcome
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
Final Warning
Our Elders, Olders, respected warriors
have thought and fought for generations.
They have requested I inform this country
of an impending official war. Sadly I am
To No One: And Mary Did Time
Dear someone
out there who
may or may not
give a damn


lisa bellear did have a father named stanko who she use to visit in carlton, he was a ex boxer and a light heavy weight champion in the late 50's early 60's fighting name was Young Stanko
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