I sing the salmon home : poems from Washington State / edited by Rena Priest.
This anthology sings of salmon--lamented and praised, hooked, and netted, spawned out and dammed from home; of their magnificence and generosity, of how the fish continue to give and of what they gave. For this unique collection celebrating salmon, Washington State Poet Laureate and Lummi tribal member Rena Priest gathered poems from more than 150 Washington poets ranging from first graders to tribal elders, all inspired by the Northwest's beloved, iconic salmon. A diverse chorus of voices, they join together in poems that praise salmon's heroic journey, beauty, courage, and generosity and witness the threats salmon face from pollution, dams and warming oceans.-- Amazon.com.
- ISBN: 9781737040897
- ISBN: 1737040891
- Physical Description: xx, 275 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Chimacum, Washington : Empty Bowl Press, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Wild, sacred -- Sojourn -- Invisible thread -- Fish school -- Gratitude -- Choices -- Vigil -- What we owe.
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