A poem for departing the house of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II By Michael Dom Dieu et mon droit, Elizabeth Regina Elizabeth the Great, dieu et mon droit Elizabeth Regina, peace not might Your Majesty, you were our one true Queen A queen that it was our honor to have seen You kept your faithContinue reading “Tok-singsing blong lusim haus krai bilong Kwin Elizabeth II”
POEMS BY MICHAEL DOM Chapter 1, 28 December 2012 Until you have seen your hands blistering Until you have felt sweat break like fever Before another new gardens planting Until you have cleaned the piss and manure Cut, carried and replaced sodden bedding Until you have closed the sow with the boar Until then youContinue reading “The political economy of a pig farmers life”
A poem by Joseph Tambure Man Bilong Tupla Bilum Lukim man bilong tupla bilum Em sanap namel long ples singsing Nogat poret na sem no wari tu Em kisim strong long tupla bilum bilong em Sanap namel long hevi na birua No laik long harem tokpait na tokbasait Em laik soim rot long bel isiContinue reading “Man with two wives, tributes to womenfolk who support for peace”
PRIZE MONEY DOUBLED AND ENTRY PERIOD EXTENDED FOR BIOGRAPHICAL SHORT-STORY COMPETITION Ples Singsing is very glad to inform entrants in the Kurai Memorial Awards that the sponsor of the competition, businessman Cr. Paul Kurai, has advised us that he will double the cash prize money and requestes that we allow a further two months forContinue reading “Kurai Memorial Awards Announcement”
A new poem A poem by Raymond Sigimet Superman Where is Superman when you need him To mend the fence when it is broken Or lift the load when it is laden I heard he’s fat and too weak to trim Where is Superman when I need him To tell me it’s okay in theContinue reading “Raymond Sigimet wonders where Superman went”
Entries in the Mini-Poetry for World Environment Day 2022 Two poems by Lorraine Kluki An Invaded Home In pursuit of science The bosom of the Father Fades with the wheel of time. Fame and fortune have dethroned the son’s obligation. To inherit, watch and yield the estate given to him, from his father before hisContinue reading “Lorraine Kluki declaims the denaturing effect of science and embraces natures vitality”
IN THIS SECOND ISSUE we look back at the start of Papua Niugini’s literary history, with retrospective articles from academic scholars and old students of the ‘father of PNG literature’, Ulrich Horst Beier. We do this in order to ‘give back to PNG what we already have’ – a rich heritage of literary work emergingContinue reading “Sumatin Magazine Issue #002 July 2022”
By LISE M DOBRIN and ALEX GOLUB – Posted on The National A CENTRAL figure in Papua New Guinea’s transition from Australian territory to independent nation, Bernard Narokobi was a jurist, philosopher and poet.He is best remembered for making ‘the Melanesian Way’ an important theme –if not the guiding ideological principle – in the discourseContinue reading “Narokobi and the Melanesian Way”
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