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21 February 2013


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A wonderful poem.

The rise of Asia as depicted in the 'Asian Century White Paper' of Australia is literally changing the world we live in.

I really love this statement made by Prime Minister Julia Gillard in her Foreword;"Whatever else this century brings, it will bring Asia’s rise".

Asians of various nationalities are flooding into countries like Papua New Guinea.

Not only Asians of Chinese descent but others as well.

Inspired Leonard. Challenging thinking.

Sometimes our first poetic thoughts, the sparks of a flame, are the best to sparkle into flame, othertimes we may need to fan them. This write is in the former group methinks.

I can appreciate your sense of the struggles of people against oppressive government regimes.

I look forward to hearing what you have to say about the insidious tactics seemingly being used by our PNG Bigmen.

Those who wander the high seas have not yet found what their forefathers fought for.

Along the road, some smart idiot came by and turned their dreams into nightmares.

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