Native Americans, Bird Watchers, And Many Residents - Poem by Saiom Shriver
What do Native Americans,
birdwatchers, and many residents
of Burn, Oregon have in common?
They want the right wing militia and cattle
ranchers occupying the buildings
of a federal bird sanctuary to leave.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Native Americans think it uninformed of the ranchers to
say 'Give us back our land' when it is Native American land.
Many members of the town of Burns, Oregon want the ranchers to leave.
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