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Kakariki Kinship


Dark green foliage
slow swaying windswept
arc, cleaning dreary
morning mist.

Tui call echoes
through bush filled valleys
souvenirs beneath
decayed brown mould.

Ground ferns spawning
unfurling naïve
newborns, stretching
to dark green leaves.

*kakariki is the Maori word for green.

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