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Savannah Sidle

About Savannah Sidle

Savannah Sidle is a Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nations woman from Newfoundland. She is a mother, a feminist, an activist, a member of the LGBTQ community, and a university student with a passion for taekwondo, Brazilian jujitsu, judo, and archery. She also enjoys photography, painting, and writing.


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Crow’s shadow slides
Down icy perch
Calling no one
Howls and hisses
Screaming, spitting
Echoes over
Empty morning
Of bitter air
And spiteful frost
Over concrete
And inside me


Mother’s Solstice and Her Sacred Bundle: The Child by LA Harris