NATURAL MYSTIC

We’re celebrating the incredible blogging coming out of our ville these days. In the last couple months, a troupe of lyricists and wordsmiths found us and took our literary content to a new level. Evidence? This recent blog by ghosTwRydah.. it’s a story about love’s ability to transcend…

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*knock knock*

“Hello?”

*door opens*

“Uh huh. Hi. What’s up?”

“Sorry to bother you but I think your mail came to our address by mistake. Post office must’ve transposed the numbers somehow. I live at 1030 and they delivered 3010 to our house.”

“Oh what? Ok. Well thank you.”

“You’re welcome.”

The conversation to start a life time of conversations and a muddle that caused a world of heartache and pain for two unforeseen strangers….

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Ruta Lo’u Au

Ruta is a good girl. She goes to church, sings in the choir, helps her mom do chores at home, and is a good friend to her cousin Uila. One Sunday, she spots a new boy at church and can’t get him out of her head. Who is he?

Find out here in the first part of Teine o le Segaula‘s latest fagogo. Then stop by her village blog for Part 2!.

“Suga Ruta a’e saga moe lava ua ka le valu. O le la ua ka mai le logo o le loku ae o lega lava eke moe. O le mea ga e maua i le ka’a po. Ua koekiki foi e sau ma sau ko e pei o le afafine o Masoe. I, fai lava oe sei ka le lua. Ala ia i luga, a e le alu i le loku ga e ala ifo lea e fai le mea ai o le koagai.” O le oke mai lea a le loomakua o Alisi i lana tama o Ruta i le taeao o le Aso Sa.

…from ‘Ruta lo’u Au’

Ruta Lo’u Au

Ruta is a good girl. She goes to church, sings in the choir, helps her mom do chores at home, and is a good friend to her cousin Uila. One Sunday, she spots a new boy at church and can’t get him out of her head. Who is he?

Find out here in the first part of Teine o le Segaula‘s latest fagogo. Then stop by her village blog for Part 2!.

“Suga Ruta a’e saga moe lava ua ka le valu. O le la ua ka mai le logo o le loku ae o lega lava eke moe. O le mea ga e maua i le ka’a po. Ua koekiki foi e sau ma sau ko e pei o le afafine o Masoe. I, fai lava oe sei ka le lua. Ala ia i luga, a e le alu i le loku ga e ala ifo lea e fai le mea ai o le koagai.” O le oke mai lea a le loomakua o Alisi i lana tama o Ruta i le taeao o le Aso Sa.

…from ‘Ruta lo’u Au’