Tag Archives: Aloha Aina

Only The Bible Is Allowed To Be Sacred

Not even with a thirty meter telescope will we be able to see all the damage done to the ‘āina already we won’t see polluted aquifers and an ailing reef we won’t see the monk seals and turtles laying on … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Hurricane Haiku

1.) Hurricane, they say be safe, get to higher ground this must be the calm   2.) Winds are picking up the palm trees are swaying now still only sprinkles   3.) Hurricane winds blow a lost pigeon finds the … Continue reading

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