Independence poetry by Elizah Duna

Forty five Forty five years of Independence, not as colony. We are free from colonial rulers. Forty five years of unity, not division. We are free from colonial rulers. Forty five years of freedom, not captivity. We are free from colonial rulers. Forty five years of justice, not injustice. We are free from colonial rulers.Continue reading “Independence poetry by Elizah Duna”

BRIDE PRICE?

By Lorna Saguba ‘Bride Price’ Is your WORD, your DEFINITION! Not our Language, Your perception, Instilled in our people, Twisted our reactions, Sold as our TRUTH, And yet, ‘Bride price’ is not our Word, our Language. About UN-CHERISHED lives. Your Perception. ‘GIFT’ Is our WORD, Our DEFINITION! Our Language, Our perception, In realizing GAIN andContinue reading “BRIDE PRICE?”

What is happening to Mother Nature?

By Kesia Erick Third place World Environment Day Poetry My name is Kesia Erick and I come from Hube LLG (Pindiu) in Finschaffen District of Morobe Province. I am 21 year old studying Language and literature at the University of Goroka, and I tend to love writing poems, short stories as well as reading books.Continue reading “What is happening to Mother Nature?”

Our Motherland, habitat for flora and fauna by Megan Fiu Ra’vu

Honorable mention World Environment Day Poetry My name is Megan Fiu Ra’vu. I am mix parentage of Central and Milne Bay. I always loved writing poems since I was a kid however as I grew older and with the introduction of new technology, I totally lost interest in reading and mainly writing poems and stories.Continue reading “Our Motherland, habitat for flora and fauna by Megan Fiu Ra’vu”

An original poem in Tok Pisin & English

By MICHAEL DOM – 27 March 2021, Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG Attitude Bik nem lidasip  Papa bilong yu Emi gat bikpela nem turuLong olgeta hap ples mi raunMi ken i harim ol manmeri Litimapim nem bilong emTaim oli toktok long ol kainkain wok Emi bin mekim long en Iau bilong mi pairapAi na maus bilong mi opBaiContinue reading “An original poem in Tok Pisin & English”