The Light on the Tent Wall
by Mary TallMountain
"Mary TallMountain has written of a visionary wolf who appears during the final hours of destruction in this century. This cycle of poems marks her as the sister of the wolf. Each poem is a track, and the series of tracks makes a bridge back to the "light on the tent wall," which is the sacred place of the songs, the stories that created us, a place where wolves camped out with humans."
60 poems, plus excerpts from Doyon and
I Tell You Now. Includes: "O Dark Sister", "Gisakk Come, He Go","Prayerwheel for William", "Ts'eekkaayah".
96 pgs. Perfect-bound paperback.
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