O’ Hawai’i Nei

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The wispy clouds
enshroud the sun
high above
Mauna Kea.
The kanaka maoli stand and say; Mauna Kea is indeed, a most sacred and essential place.

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Despite the occupation
of our land
it
is
important
for

all people

to understand;
you cannot drink money,
and you cannot buy what
can’t
be had.

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While others desire
to satisfy

their

curiosity

of the galaxies
far away;
they fail to preserve
the land in a
righteous,
and
practical way. And to that
all the hawaiian people say, Ku’e. We say Ku’e. Once again we exclaim; KU’E.
Let the reader be determinant.

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