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Walking along the waterfront In Wellington, New Zealand, North Island, and passing so many wonderful outdoor pieces of art of all kinds, I almost missed this one. Instead of being on the quay, it is mounted in the water with the inscription staring up at you, and filled with a spine tingling, goose bumps sentiment that truly touched me! (Paraoa is a Maori bread, slightly tangy, like a sour dough) The poet is James K Baxter read the full poem here:

www.maristmessenger.co.nz › Poetry and Art‎

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wellington, new zealand, north island, maori poetry, art in the water, public art, touching sentiment

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Oscar Wilde

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  • Kanages Ramesh
    Kanages Rameshabout 1 year ago

    Your EXPRESSIVE Work is on DISPLAY Here

  • Ramesh
    thanks for this feature. It was such a lovely, expressive thought, in my view!

    – phil decocco

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