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We, at KBC, welcome Klamath Basin poetry.  If you are so inspired to write concerning our God-blessed Klamath country and/or its people, please send it to us to share at  kbc@klamathbasincrisis.org.

The following poems do not necessarily reflect the feelings or opinions of KBC, but of the individual writing the poem.  We thank you, poets, for your honesty and sharing your feelings.

"The Fish and Game", poem by Cowboy Poet Roy Smith, from Pie n Politics, posted to KBC 9/19/10

FOLLOW THE MONEY, To: Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors, From: Concerned residents of Copco Lake & Mid-Klamath Watershed, Subject: Klamath Dam Removal, poem by Ruth Waltner, President, Copco Lake Fire Auxiliary.

A Child Comes Around by Deborah Ettinger February 2005

Getting It All Back,  Ron DeShon 8/3/04, "My god, how could we have ever allowed the “Klamath Project” and the consequent farming to have happened !   Tell me.  Are we not responsible ?"

Philosophy At The Waterhole, By Keith Allison, D.Dn. August 5, 2003

We Fought in Every War, By Monty Fisher, Sunriver, Oregon, submitted June 1, 2003

Being Had by Glen Bowles, Klamath Falls,  May 22, 2003

With God We Will Stand  by Rose Dean D'Andrea, June 7, 2001





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