|Bibliography, etc. Note:
||Includes bibliographical references (page 105).
|Formatted Contents Note:
||Shisóí -- A song for the direction of north -- 'Ahidzískéii -- Tsaile April nights -- In praise of Texas -- Starlore -- I know it -- Rain in the desert -- Conversations at the Gila River Arts Center -- Daané'é diné -- Dust precedes the rain -- It was -- Notes for the children -- This is how they were placed for us -- Above the canyon floor -- The ground is always damp -- No denials from him -- I remembered this one in Tucson -- White bead girl -- Skradena and the candles -- A birthday poem -- All the colors of sunset -- She was singing in the early morning -- That guy -- Sometimes on summer evenings -- They moved over the mountain -- Blue horses rush in.
||A collection of poems and stories by a Navajo poet. In Ahidziskeii, she writes: "It's not a grand thing after all, / just that warm comfort in murmuring 'good night, ' / before I sink into that dark quiet / that exists only when we're together."