On this day for lei, “Ua Lei No.” 1919.

[Found under: “E HELUHELUIA ME KA LEO PAHEE E HAKU’I NAKOLO AI O LOKO HANA NUI.”]

UA LEI NO.

He lei no ka lehua o Hilo, ua lei no;
He lei no ka hinano o Puna, ua lei no;
He lei no ka oo o Kona, ua lei no;
He lei no ka roke o Maui, ua lei no;
He lei no ke kukui o Molokai, ua lei no; Continue reading

More from the mele aloha aina by G. K. Keawehaku, 1919.

[From the mele: “OIA ANEI? OIA NO.”]

Me he punohu ula la,
No Alenuihaha oluna ae;
Me he onohi ahiahi la,
No Alalakeiki oluna ae;
Me he ua nonoula la,
No Naeheehe oluna ae;
Me he leikoko-ula la,
No Kealaikahiki oluna ae; Continue reading

Section of a sweet mele aloha aina by Gabriel K. Keawehaku, 1919.

[From the mele: “OIA ANEI? OIA NO.”]

Me he lena-alani la o ka Mamo,
Me he ula-weo la o ka Iiwi,
Me he ula-uli la o ka Apapane,
Me he omaomao la o ka O-u,
Me he lelo-lena la o ka O-o,
Me he ele-uli la a ka Alae,
Me he keokeo opua la o ke Koae,
Ka nani ou e Hawaii a mau.
Oia anei? Oia no.

[This is an awesome way to think about colors!]

(Kuokoa, 9/12/1919, p. 8)

Me he lena-alani la o ka Mamo...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVII, Helu 37, Aoao 8. Sepatemaba 12, 1919.