"Alhalkerarl anwenekakerrenh. Atnwelarr. Atyenh arrernek mern, mern ayengarl itniwelhek - mern annga yanh-lkwer ayengarl itniwelhekek. Kam arreyn ap ra. Kam. An amern atnwelarr-warl itniwelhek. Me Kam now. Mern atnwelarr mer nhenh-areny-kenh aylenekakenh. Atnwelarr ra. Arnkarrel ap ra antyem, arnkarr lakenh petyalperleng. Painting anem renh tha doem-ilek. Mer anem tha tyenh ulertarrp arrernepernem.
Alhalker country is ours, so is the atnwelarr yam. I paint my plant, the one I am named after, those seeds I am named after. Kam is its name. Kam. I am named after the atnwelarr plant. I am Kam now. The pencil yam grows in our country - it belongs to us - the atnwelarr yam. They are found growing in the creek banks. That's what I painted. I keep on painting the place that belongs to me."