Samoan Song title translates: “mama fea ea oe” (clean were/where you), sung by Rosa Pa’ epa’ e

“A Samoan wedding song giving tribute to Mom. Originally recorded by Samoan singer: Ta’i Logoipule – Fea ea Oe featuring Tonya Tuigamala “FEA EA OE” Ta’i Logoipule featuring Tonya Tuigamala Album: Eleele ole Saolotoga Chorus rythm: My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons MUSIC FROM DA ROCK Special thanks to Mr. […]

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“Coffee” an animated film short

featured image: deviantart.com The only way I could really talk about his suicide was in a poem’ When their half-brother took a fatal overdose, twins Matthew and Michael Dickman wrote a series of poems in his honour. Now, the collection is breaking taboos about suicide and inviting comparisons with America’s great poets By Alex Clark […]

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