This poem has the potential to cause some grief so please take with a grain of salt.
Originally Published on Twitter:
Dear Pom Siti Road Vendors,
Thank you for the smuk na buai.
The galip nut.
Thank you for the deer antler.
The Nius-Pepa na GoGo Cola.
The 6 ft mirror.
Steering wheel cover, Dark Specs na Air Freshner.
Always and forever,
My 11 year old cousin is quite inquisitive, and to that end she quizzes me about issues that I would otherwise glance over if ever it was in the newspapers.
A poem about PNG women challenging engrained assumptions.
A family goes to a popular community market in Cairns. We explore a particular event through their eyes and see their relationships.
(True Story bro)
Today(29/May), in other news, I really screwed up. I use the word screwed here, but I really mean fuck.
I’m am really proud of my aunty and her liklik bisnis so I don’t want her to waste time doing unproductive things.