Traditional communication channel

In the highlands of Papua New Guinea, during the pre colonial days, our ancestors used some form of communication to send messages to each other. These form of communications were, sending smoke signals and reflecting shiny pieces of objects to send messages of birth, death, meetings, and other significant events from villages to villages or from persons to persons. Below is the form of poem I like. Thanks for reading and the likes. 😊💖

smoke signal

mountain to mountain

message sent

#shortstory#haiku#micropoetry#PapuaNewGuinea

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