Friday, January 9, 2009

Add-On Poem

Forever Blue
January 9, 2009
An Add-On Poem by Kit & Johnnny.
Copyright © 2009. All rights reserved.

Forever Blue

Her name was Sandy Beach. I remember it well

Like the smell of hibiscus mixed with beer

Sit next to me now and talk of times yon barley voo

When palm trees swayed with my heart

Dancing family in ocean waves watching out for

Sun burned shoulders shrugging to the world

Park in the shade, you got it made, at least while

The sun hangs above Forever Blue like youth

Baby whales let's set our sail toward the sunset

Cruising on eternal undulation, loosening our

Attitude toward daily activity, change of pace, try to

Soak up enough Aloha to calm your future

Today we brunch together as condo-mates with our

Backs against the possible tsunami

Spiraling down stairs flowing water with fish saying

Humu humu nuku nuku apua'a, which means

We feel your pain, think again, paddle your canoe

Until you reach God Kane who tells you what to do

God Kane believes Miles Brothers Corp on right path

Do not defy him, or you will feel his wrath

In the end, after the volcano sputters into the night

We pack up our bags and prepare for our flight.

An Add-On Poem by Kit & Johnnny.

Forever Blue

Copyright © 2009. All rights reserved.

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