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New blog: Crane Cultures

Follow my current research in the Huleh Valley (N. Israel/Palestine) and the Somerset Levels: cranecultures.wordpress.com

This is an informal space for the sharing of work in progress; an incidental archive-in-the-making. 52 more words

Drawing

First Fruits

It’s the end of my third day in the Huleh Valley – a time spent finding my feet and orientating myself in the landscape. Days marked by brief encounters and long waits of various kinds. 331 more words

Cranes

Her Last Hula

Her every movement, intentional.
Eyes like the picture perfect waters
Caressing the shores of Hawaii.
Hair like spun gold, soft as her eyes,
Flows with grace, with her every move. 129 more words

Poetry

01-27-16 The Red Road (Go Slow, Faka)

Put the coconut down.

Go Slow, Faka.

and

Lay it with me.

banana tree come mango avocado

man-gerine, meandering,

praying palms sway vibrato

coconut, cracker nut, 75 more words

The event of the year

The Luau is probably the event on campus that I am always the most excited for because of the fact that for the past four years I have attended Saint Martin’s, I have always dedicated a lot of my time to make sure that this event runs smoothly.   448 more words

Life Of A Student

The Luau : a "traditional" show

For once in my life, I decided to fit into the perfect tourist program and go to a Luau evening. This “traditional” dinner where you can taste the local specialities watching the Hula, the Polynesian dances. 303 more words

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A low ha

hulas across the land:
………..hello, goodbye
giggle-hummed
…into the sand.

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Inspired by a fun word breakdown from my Shawna.