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ESL Speech About the Discovery on Billy Eillot and Poem of Oodgeroo

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Pirate books Billy Eillot Billy Jacky
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Firstly I would like to read the poem for you. Gumtree in the city street, Hard bitumen around your feet, Rather you should be In the cool world of leafy forest halls And wild bird calls Here you seem to me Like that poor cart-horse Castrated, broken, a thing wronged, Strapped and buckled, its hell prolonged, Whose hung head and listless mien express Its hopelessness. Municipal gum, it is dolorous To see you thus Set in your black grass of bitumen-- O fellow citizen, What have they done to us After I read this poem, do you know what the composer wants to talk about Is it telling us the gum tree is suffering As studying Municipal Gum, it is obvious for us to discover that this poem is not just a simple poem about a gum tree but contains deeper meaning behind. This is a discovery that offers me the new understandings and perceptions of Aboriginal people....
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