Pohaku in the rolling tide

Pohaku in the rolling tides with smooth surface from being tumbled around still strong enough to be on a coconut string and slung to bring enemies down. Advertisements

You da Spit

They assume we only know two kinds Indigenous and indigenuisances Not necessarily true But there are definitely indigenuisances. Could you be an indigenuisance?… Check into OHA and GMO, if you fit you da… Continue reading

ooo HA?!

In an eternity of whitewash thrown over the fall those who try to surf not understanding

After All [is said (and done)]

The cause retires just in time to dodge the effect set fourth

THOUGHT out (on paper)

In all fairness is unfair When of high thought and low existence Per(ex)sistence will kill us all.    


D e(x) [I] SCRI [be] MI NATION The livelihood of indigenous(e) people is taken As a token of Accreditation (bartered) In the ego-centric interest (money/ credit/ ticketed value) of countries of less blue and… Continue reading

Seed in my hand

There is a woman who jumped into the volcano and came out on the other side And the ice of the other world sealed the molten on her brow Where is she now… Continue reading

Baggage of an Escape Artist

I found myself lying in a pile of my favorite dresses and leather jackets for the third time in a year, listening to the usual pity-enabling and soothing voice of Norah Jones luring my soul into… Continue reading

Mau Pialug on VISION (from Light at the edge of the world)

Was watching the video in the following link: Light at the edge of the World About Wayfinders of Polynesia, Nainoa Thompson and the Hokule’a. The sections of the video starting at approximate duration time 21:22… Continue reading

Theory of Appreciation

So I woke up to the sounds of morning Gurgling coffee, the tapping of my panel curtains when the fan breezed across them And then my Hanai mother started cutting through corrugated paper… Continue reading