A poem by Aaron Richardson, Nimbin, New South Wales
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I come from Australia where we do not wear a shirt We walk around bare footed, dancing in the dirt. And we make them feel welcome, the people overseas To our mother country we make them feel at ease. Because this land belongs to us and it always will So remember that along the track or even better still Take off your shoe and your shirt as you walk upon the sand, And come and sit down in the dirt with the owners of this land.