Ego

Ego is the biggest roadblock to success. It is the biggest buddy to your downfall. Ego is prideful stupidity and it will eat away at you and the people who care about you.… Continue reading

Patriotism

I want to point out that those who took care of aliʻi children and had duties to a certain family were exalted, not enslaved. John Papa Iʻi is a great example. They were… Continue reading

Vision

I don’t know how I feel What’s all been done Not knowing what to think But I do And I think I will do what’s best For me But not because you said… Continue reading

That Far

See the sunset on the wall with my face near to yours in the heat of the moment in the heat of everything and more   When you come my way I’ll show… Continue reading

Drop Out

I remember not wanting to go to school and so I would sometimes give my mom a hard time until she was running late for work and had to leave. My Dad would… Continue reading

Color of Words

Well if you could read my mind What color would my words be? Transparent

Live

You say you will but you won’t You subliminally beg for the hopeless in the form of advice You gain false confidence that dissipates when you get “overlooked” The only way to live… Continue reading

Line in the sand

How heartbroken should I be That knowing of Hawaiian Sovereignty Would draw a line between you and me A line in the sand, you agree is a border But that you wouldnʻt build… Continue reading

The Rooted Social: A new social blog for indigenous freedom fighters and environmental rights.

The following website:     The Rooted Social Encourages Kanaka Maoli and other indigenous people to voice their concerns and share their knowledge on this similar-to-facebook blog. Aimed toward unifying and building bridges,… Continue reading

The Cool Surface

They sink and they resurface these buoys in the water sometimes I see a lighthouse, often only lightening but in the morning, in the glare of day so bright the stars just blind… Continue reading