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The river and the law

The river meanders through the now
On to tomorrows all the while silting
The past onto its bed, revisiting it.

Deeds and land and titles and contracts… 94 more words

Poetry

Kiwi

One day Tane Mahuta was walking through the forest he saw that the grubs and insects were eating his children the trees so he went to his brother Tanehokahoka who’s children were the birds he asked for help. 209 more words

#BuenDia Ora me te mea koutou e mate apopo, ako, me te mea ka ora koe ake ake - Maori


Hoy es lunes 18 agosto de 2014 – Dia 230/365 – 63.0% del año – Restan 135 dias – 4to Bimestre – 3er Tetramestre – 2do Semestre.

BuenosDias

Te Kupu o te Wiki – The Word of the Week

Kia ora. To celebrate Te Reo Māori  we are publishing kupu (words) every week.

Kīwaha (colloquialism)

Ki hori
Step aside

Kupu (word)

engari
but

I whakapae au ka heke te ua engari kei te whiti kē mai te rā. 21 more words

Donna

Mihi

Waka rererangi
is my canoe.
It cuts through the sky, then
BAM, Aotearoa
under me.

I have no mountains;
Only hills. Tararua and Ruahine
poke out – fish spine, 313 more words

Poetry

Community Living

About a month ago, there was Maori language week and in supermarkets you could find some items labelled with Maori terms to increase one’s own vocabulary. 444 more words

New Zealand

Tychy@ the Fringe: Haka.

The Assembly Hall on the Mound is a fat cauldron of a venue, usually bubbling with Presbyterian ministers but today stirred up by some heathens. … 458 more words

Fringe Review