Saturday, December 30, 2006

Pat Masumoto and Hunk of a Hawaiian after the Ulalena performance.

I saw Ulalena for the first time last night. Wow. Brought tears to my eyes with the opening chant. Very powerful, beautiful and musically moving. I will be back to see it again and very soon.

Friday, December 29, 2006

Tony Walholm Napua Gallery 12/29/2006 with Pat Masumoto and Lisa. Tony is another Fine Maui Artist.

Kit Gentry is a fine Maui artist. And so damn friendly.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Wailhelmina Rise, Oahu, Hawaii. Sunset from Jeff Gere's house on Oahu 12/23/2006 City Lights of Waikiki, Dusk and the Moon all at once. Lucky I Come Hawaii, the locals say, Lucky You Come Hawaii, ehh!! Brah, yes Lucky I came to Hawaii. What a GREAT life it has been.

Dave Dictor came to Waikiki Hawaii to play and vacation. Dave is in a seminal punk group called MDC - Millions of Dead Cops. Though through out the years Dave has had his ups and downs. And he is now 8 years sober. Hurray!

December 27th home on Maui again and happy to be here. Oahu was fun for Christmas. I saw Dave Dictor of MDC. Millions Of Dead Cops. Now that was a splash of reality!!! Sort of a tongue and cheek thing. The Waianae coast is devastated with Homeless people, Ice Smokers and unfortunate happenings. This year wraps up and my visit to Oahu at the end of the year was an eye opener for me. I am so lucky (Lucky Come Hawaii) to be where I am at. An Artist, Musician, Poet, Real Estate Broker. Life has smiled upon me. The Buddha has been my friend all a long.

Saturday, December 16, 2006

302 naniloa drive Wailuku Maui Hawaii 96793

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Thursday, December 14, 2006


n. pl. haiku, also haikus

1. A Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons.

2. A poem written in this form.


Winners 3%
Achievers 10%
Throughs 60%
Takers 27%

Winners win and always say yes. Achievers excel and know when to say yes. Throughs just want to get through it all. And say no more then yes. Takers say no and take away from what would be a yes. Where are you in the scale?



© 1956
Lyrics, Bill Howe, Marji Houser, Music: Bill Howe

Sheet Music: In Criterion's Island Song Book (Criterion Music, 1968)


Lucky you come Hawaii
To stroll along the sea
Lucky you come Hawaii
And stumbled over me

I was lying there in a rickety chair
With nothing at all to do
When you fell for me in Waikiki
I started falling too

Ev'ryone loves Hawaii
The isles of fish and poi
Ev'ryone knows Hawaii
The place where girl meets boy

For it feels so grand to lie in the sand
While the palm trees sway above
Lucky we come Hawaii
Because it made us so lucky in love