is the love that would bloom to its fullest
when nobody gets left behind

in Hawaiian, it means 'family'
in Japanese, it means 'the beginning of a flower'
a suburban Hawaiian
Kongsaeng Chris Everson

Living in my indigo house
sitting on a straight chair
I find the essential word
which turns me into
a suburban Hawaiian
here in snowy Michigan
and the word that appears
in my indigo mind
means love, compassion and mercy
as well as hello
and as well as goodbye.

When I put on my Hawaiian shirt, however,
Tom McCubbin

I have not been anywhere,
done anything, thought anything,
and feel nothing.

At least,
that’s what my blank, plain-clothed
T-shirt would indicate to other people.
A man walking the earth with
no visible identity.

When I put on my Hawaiian shirt, however,
they believe my mind to be full of
pineapples, hula girls swinging softly in the
ukulele moonlight, palm fronds swaying
in the dacron, or is it rayon, ripples
of my baggy upper man.

Let others think what they might
of my images, or the lack of words
and logos.
My inner tag says that
I’m size “L” and that I’m made on
factory looms in China, that my buttons
are constructed to look like the
real thing–a round slice of bone or
perhaps ivory.

I am not so much anywhere on the
outside, even though there are places
I would like to go fling my few dollars.
Inside, however, I am lost,
pleasantly lost and hiding, within the
convenience of my unprinted shirt.

Nice Hawaiian Punch
David Nelson
David Nelson
Mar 25, 2010

Nice Hawaiian Punch

I was standin there you see,
I wusn't expectin nutten,
when she double sucker-punched me in the gut
my belly revolted badly,
fowl words were on the button,
civil conversations like a pairing knife cut

It's been in the works you see,
we've been beggin for a fight,
the pressure is too much for you to take
so when I wasn't lookin',
first you threw a left and then a right,
and that is why now my belly ache

now the truth is setting in,
my waves have settled down,
a big mistake has reared it's ugly head,
my world will be in sorrow,
my presence banished from this town,
a nice Hawaiian punch the pain I dread

Gomer LePoet...

arm feeling that suffuses over a native Hawaiian, increasing their mana (spirituality) a
βέƦẙḽ Dṏṽ the Smartass Rabbi

It describes that warm feeling that suffuses over a native Hawaiian, increasing their mana (spirituality) and benefitting the 'ohana (family) after a foreigner (mainlander/howlie) pays their hotel bill and gets the fuck out of Hawaii. It literally means, 'Eat shit and die you foreign asshole'. It has a popular variation among gigolos known as, 'Aleʻko'uʻkaiʻpaʻhulaʻwaʻhini', which means, 'Swallow my cum you crazy white bitch.'

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ᏰƐƦሃℓԃᏫሁ ԼƐϖ'ś Lost in Translation: Foreign Words Without English Equivalents (Part II)
Daniel Magner
Daniel Magner
Jun 16, 2013      Jun 17, 2013

Still lonely.

© Daniel Magner 2013
Val V
Val V
Apr 5

Come with me
I want to burn you out
and make you happy
Come with me
We could oof a whole lot
and make a family
Come with me
You're the first one to make me feel this...
I need a true loves kiss

now i lay me down to sleep
don't rock my bed, make not a peep
if i should croak before i wake
i'll see you at the great clambake!!!

we don't die
we just go to a better party
hasta la pasta, baby!

I have found an inner peace
free from the toils that never cease

far away the pains have past
free for once to everlast

listen to the wind blow free
I listen with my heart you see

I could no longer bear
the shedding of my soul to tear

the ceaseless pulmelling
the overbearance I could not fling

but now my returns are due
through a dark valley I made it through

for on the other side there resides
a lasting peace by the riverside

cross over the waters of life
come with me , put down your strife

let the river sweep away our past
let this river crossing be our last

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