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28 November 2015


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Thanks Phil and Robin for your positive comments. With the word play on the village name, the tale also wanted to capture the day-to-day experiences (past and present) of a typical Melanesian village, all cramped into a single Sunday. Thanks again.

Phil said it all, Raymond

That's a beautiful piece Raymond. So simple, yet exquisitely crafted and with deeply rooted meaning.

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