One of New Zealand’s best-known poets, Hone Tuwhare, was born in Northland. He evokes the landscapes and people of his youth in poems such as ‘A fall of rain at Mitimiti’.
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Reference: Hone Tuwhare, Something nothing. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1974, p. 29
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