February 22, 2019 - The History of New Zealand through an anarchist lens. Please enjoy the ideas and let me know what you think.

The Unhistoric Story, verse 1

October 13, 2018

By AHNZ

“Whaling for continents suspected deep in the south
The Dutchmen envied the unknown, drew bold
Images of market-place, populous river-mouth,
The Land of Beach ignorant of the value of gold.
Morning in Murderers’ Bay,
Blood drifted away.
It was something different, something
Nobody coun
ted on.”

 

– The Unhistoric Story’, verse 1. Brilliant poem by Allen Curnow

Verse 2
Verse 3
Verse 4
Verse 5

Action image, ref. Andrew Howat, lookandlearn.com

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