Te Aro 19

By | 1 August 2015

After surviving the bypass it seemed the
house would succumb to national security
concerns, the police televised busting the
door down during an anti-terrorist
(or ‘te aro rist’ perhaps the term)
operation. An honourable scar, this
could be held renovation where by ‘house
painting’ is understood ‘words painted on
the house’, however vile the bypass it
at least delivering the masses within
consciousness-raising distance, if also
worth considering here putting up a
billboard the income from which to fund
protest and revolution in Aotearoa.

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