Tag Archives: Honolulu

Lucky We Live Hawaii

We’re lucky we live Hawaii, must be the vog though ’cause we can’t see turtles and monk seals dying and we can’t hear Kanaka crying, and we don’t have a word to say when it’s independence day in this land … Continue reading

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Never Forget (or, We Eat Genetically Modified Bread at the Circus)

and then Tyke the elephant broke free crushing her trainer to death and mauling her groomer as she made her great escape. She never forgot all those years of abuse being paraded around thousands of miles away from her friends and family. But while … Continue reading

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Paupers of Paradise

written November, 2010 My soul was bleached by the pacific sun purified and refreshed by the rainbow framed midday mist until it drew my eyes to the pot of gold that remains just out of the reach of so many … Continue reading

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