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July 27, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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WAKA AMA!1!!!!

Kua hōhā koe me āu mahi??1?!

Kua ngēngē koe i ngā wā katoa!??!!

Kua hia koe kia ngātahi ai koe rāua ko Tangaroa, kia noho ngātahi a tinana me wairua?!!??

Kua tino rata ai koe ki ngā tohu whakapāha, ki ngā tohu patapatai hoki!!!!!!???????

Kua hia koe i ngā uaua porotīhaehae, i tētehi puku rino!?!!/

ā, kua hia hoki kia TERE

tūpuhipuhi ai koe?!!!/?

AE, KAO rānei, ko tāu e rapu ko te

WAKA AMA!1!!!!

Kei te hiahia hoki mātou…

i a KOE1!!!!!!!!!!!

Kātahi nā te pārekareka o te “mahi a rēhia” nei ko te hoe waka ama.

Ka taea e koe te whiwhi i o tino wawata me he hoe i o ringaringa!

Waihoki he whainga taketake a o mātou tūpuna, TŪTURU, ki a tū ora tō katoa. Tēnā, e ngā toa Ī-mera mai, ūmere mai rānei kia Taawhana, kia Arama rānei, kia whai nohoanga koe ki runga i te waka! Mauri Ora!

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