The Struggle is real

Nepotism in Papua New Guinea is a virus that is decaying the fabrics of service delivery within Papua New Guinea.

Basic services like health, education and infrastructure is unable to reach remote rural districts of Papua New Guinea.

And yet the authorities think it appropriate to spend their entire terms building up wealth then serving the people.

Now they want to take away the people’s freedom of speech. The main media is being manipulated by the authorities. So how can truth be told? Such is the lives Papua New Guineans live…foreigner on their own land!

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My Fear

I know you may not understand

But I don’t expect you to

With your broken heart

And confused thoughts going through your head.

You feel nothing matters

but sweet revenge…

That’s ok. I’m not one who will relentlessly before. No.I won’t.

But I’m convicted that with

Unwavering confidence to

Have you, will be something you

Will learn from.

So bring your revenge in full force

And I’ll bring my patience and love….

And I hope it’ll all work out.

Now the ball is in your court.

Looking beyond

I have come a long way.

I have lost every one

I call family, people I love.

I have reached out to them

For forgiveness and reconciliation

But I am still standing alone.

And now with sinking heart

And overwhelming sorrow

I’m looking beyond this;

I’m moving forward but faraway

From here. I have to start a new

Beginning, knowing nobody.

I also know I will find new friends

And some very close ones.

This is my anthem,

An anthem of a melanesian woman.

The burden of Sorrow

Since I saw you that day

I could think of nothing else;

My thoughts were of you

Even now writing, I can feel your love;

I could feel your smile

And I think to myself if

Just maybe if you could put away that grudge

I know you can almost hear my

Heart call your name

Softly and tenderly

The music of love.