Haiku Poem – 虹の州ハワイ

rains vibrant tail
streak across the sky
Hawaiian seal

(Jim version)
あめあがり そら も にっこり にじ ぱわー

(Michiko version)
あめあがり しま を いろどる そら の はし

Although rainbows can be see all year around in Hawaii, I think that rainbows are much more common in the winter because it often rains in the morning and early evening. The clouds come in from the mountains and brief rain showers are often followed by beautiful rainbows. I believe that during the winter season there is often a better chance of seeing double rainbows because of all the moisutre in the air.


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

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