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Maori Poems - Poems about Maori

Maori Poems - Examples of all types of poems about maori to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for maori.
Premium Member Aotearoa
...New Zealanders are rightfully proud of living in the land of the Long White Cloud. Maori warriors and men in black, who in their right mind would challenge that pack? Small in number but not in stature......Read More
Categories: maori, appreciation, inspirational, nature, pride,
Form: Rhyme



Ika Moana
...an elderly woman, especially a female relative or ancestor. Marama: Clear, light, moon. Matariki: Matariki is the Maori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades Te Tohoraa: The Whale. Also, the name affectionately g......Read More
Categories: maori, holiday, joy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unknown Soldier
...of the Sea” the Chinese swayed While a Viking warrior sailed away an Apache fighter reclaimed his land the ancient Maori received his brand The Medal of Honor secured its place On innocent faces who left no trace fought to the end ......Read More
Categories: maori, death, soldier, war,
Form: Rhyme
Rug B
...The All Blacks played Australian Rules Maori men against young fools Butt a stroke of luck In a muddy ruck Quite promptly diminished their tools......Read More
Categories: maori, sports, word play,
Form: Limerick
Scotland People Driven From Home
...n-tamed country where people had no laws where one wrong step could destroy a persons life New Zealand, where the Maori had the own warriors skills their own type of martial arts where the welcome of the Maori the Harka would sc......Read More
Categories: maori, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative



Life Without Rose
...his ridiculous bribe over lunch on Pakatoa, and watch him circumscribe the island on his return trip to Auckland’s Maori tribe from whence he originates. I find a restaurant easy. Tourists always need a chef I meet opportunity ......Read More
Categories: maori, 11th grade, angst, death,
Form: Free verse
Kiwi's Wee-wee
...iwi Prince Charles was bewildered: "What see we?” His butler replied, all blushed and wide-eyed: “Your highness, a Maori… wee-wee." ......Read More
Categories: maori, humor, humorous, rude,
Form: Limerick
aroha nz
...gather love to me this is my song my love song of you my land my heart N.Z. waiata - aroha (class) maori poem song 23-8-18 ......Read More
Categories: maori, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 800-Year-Old Tree
...Maori legend twisted pohutukawa- the place of leaping......Read More
Categories: maori, death, mythology, tree,
Form: Haiku
Why There Are No Snakes in New Zealand
...The story is told of a Maori King bold Who dared cheat the Prince of Siam. I’ll leave it to you to decide if its true. But if you're not con......Read More
Categories: maori, humorous, word play,
Form: Light Verse
The Blame Game
...ame game, Yet Sudanese tribes, invaded other tribes, taking slaves as the victory of battle, The New Zealand Maori Invaded other tribes, sitting down to a victory feast, where they ate the defeated tribe, Read your bible, ......Read More
Categories: maori, culture, discrimination, england, humanity,
Form: Narrative
Colour
...panish conquistadors cut up the bodies of american indian babies did they all have a mental illness the New Zealand Maori had the victory feast where they sat and ate the captives that lost their battle culture after culture has bee......Read More
Categories: maori, abuse, people, prejudice,
Form: Narrative
T 1 Bay
...ool suburb called Tiitahi (Tee Tah He) Bay in a city called Porirua, Wellington Aotearoa-New Zealand. 'Ti' (tee) is the Maori word for a Cabbage Tree. 'Tahi' means number one or single in Maori. ......Read More
Categories: maori, growing up, happiness, home,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dawn on Mount Manaia
...people who for centuries dwell in this place. The ‘Aotearoa Northland Maori’ Relating verbal legends of old complementing one’s majestic stan......Read More
Categories: maori, beauty, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Demise of the Flax
... Or a basket you should try If you want to pay off your lay-bye. You can't go awry If you make a mat for a Marae (Maori Meeting house) And many Flax cloaks Have been made by Maori folk. Why go to Scotland, When you can get a Flax ......Read More
Categories: maori, change,
Form: Rhyme

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