Good K

 Kay McKenzie Cooke

(Kati Mamoe, Ngai Tahu, Ngati Kohungunu)
KIA ORA

 

 

‘Kia hora te marino,

Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana,

Kia tere te Karohirohi i mua i tou huarahi’  

(Maori proverb).

Translation : (May the calm be widespread,

May the ocean glisten as greenstone,

May the shimmer of light ever dance across your pathway).

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2 thoughts on “HAERE MAI

  1. Many thanks for your response, Kay. I am drawn into your blog and your poetry and will enjoy my visits there. Please stay in touch.

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  2. Thank you, Kay, for making me feel at home with your writing while I am here on the other side of the ocean. Thank you too for bringing Waipounamu back to memory. It has been a fond memory of my first visit to Q’town in 2000 – indeed I remember little else… We visit Omarama annually now enjoying our ‘away winter warmth’ with gliding friends.

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