what to throw into the volcano

in honor of the Big Island of Hawaii
 
 
a lack of wonderment

shoddy habits

broken tools

inhibitions

things that don’t fit

legions of reckless doubt

a felony of spirit unspent

things that refuse to float

sore thumbs

unwillingness

shyness

hate

hearts that turn babies away

meanings unmeant

memories that are untrue

reticence

lies

faithless love

blindness in the face of heaven

intestinal distress

words I don’t know how to spell

bewilderment

stubbed toes
 
 
incandescent Pelé heal these broken limbs
 
 
 


so the Big Island of Hawaii is busy making more of itself.  a challenge and hardship for some, yet also undeniably awesome to witness.  I am of good heart to hear genuine Hawaiians and some other residents too who are willing to accept what Pelé wants to do.  in that spirit the question arrived, how to appreciate what is given us?  one answer, here.  a little whimsical and some not.

also, no small thanks to local Hawaiian tour guide, Scott, (somewhat out of work for the moment) who has shared his experience living there and with this newer lava fountain of a neighbor.  his YouTube videos have given me a personal appreciation for the beauty of life on the Big Island.

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