Henrietta Pablo

On my way to Albuquerque
I see many beautiful desert scenes
Mountains, rivers, cliffs and trees
All were gleaming in their unique ways.
How grateful I felt to Mother Earth.

From When it Rains: Papago and Pima Poetry edited by Ofelia Zepeda, University of Arizona Press, Sun Tracks Vol. 7, © 1982 Henrietta Pablo.

This poem is also available in the 'O'odham language.

Books About Albuquerque

A City at the End of the World, V. B. Price, Kirk Gittings (Photographer), Univ. New Mexico Press.
Fighting Sprawl and City Hall: Resistance to Urban Growth in the Southwest,
Michael F. Logan, Univ. Arizona Press. (Hardcover)
Albuquerque: Where the World Celebrates Ballooning, Amer. World Geographic Pub.
City-Smart Guidebook Albuquerque: Includes Santa Fe, Brendan Doherty, John Muir Pub.
The Insider's Guide to Santa Fe, Taos, and Albuquerque,
Bill Jamison, Harvard Common Press.
Frommer's Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque, Lesley S. King, IDG Books.
Fodor's 1998 Santa Fe, Taos, Albuqerque, Alison B. Stern (Editor), Fodor's Travel Pub.
Access Santa Fe/Taos/Albuquerque, Access Press.
Old Town Albuquerque, Peter Hertzog, James C. Smith (Editor) Sunstone Press.
Mountain Biking Albuquerque,
Nicole Blouin, Falcon Pub.
Alburquerque, Rudolfo A. Anaya, Warner Books.
Zia Summer, Rudolfo A. Anaya, Warner Books.
Rio Grande Fall, Rudolfo A. Anaya, Warner Books.
Shaman Winter, Rudolfo A. Anaya, Warner Books.

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