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Why would a gang of sinister men begin hounding a beautiful, innocent woman for no apparent reason? Why would they accuse her of having something belonging to them, when she has no idea what it could be? And why is it, that when you’ve given up on the idea of… Read More

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A Boy of 16 is expiremented on and becomes a "Grim Reaper." He has to find the Person who did this to him with the help of two others just like him. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 07, 2008

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This is a memory of New Zealand. There are a few Maori words and if your interested the translations are as follows - Aotearoa: New Zealand, Whakapapa: a famous volcano in the North Island, Pounamu: green stone, Tupou: was the closest town to the village I was staying in. Read More
This poem describes how pre-European NZ was like, how the Maori responded to the invading Europeans and what effect the Europeans had on Maori. Read More

Tags: european, maori

The following describes how pre-European NZ was like, how the Maori's responded to the Europeans and what effect did the Europeans have on the Maori. Read More

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The following poem describes how the Maori responded to the Europeans. Read More

Tags: maori, europeans

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