Haiku Poem – ハワイの虹

Hawaiian smile
watercolors in the sky
sweet eye candy

(Jim version)
ぬったそら あめ の しっぽ はわい です

(Kiko version)
れいんぼー さんぼん でたら らっきー です

During the end of November the weather has turned very cold for those who live in Hawaii. The trade winds are blowing very hard from the North and the North East. This makes the ocean on the south side very flat and also brings lots of squalls, especially in the morning and the late afternoon. I am so lucky that because of my job I am on a boat and I have a great view of the mountains and the rainbows that follow the squalls. The winter time in Hawaii brings lots of rainbows which is why it is a symbol of our islands. Often double rainbows appear which is a magnificent sight to see.


Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Jim Woodhull and Kiko Woodhull
– Japanese by Jim Woodhull and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Jim

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