Night in Honolulu Poem

Honolulu Poem
Honolulu Poem

Night in Honolulu Poem – Wardanword wants to provide the best poetry reading experience for you. Many words are written into beautiful sentences or seductive sentences for the expression of feelings about love. Starting from the feeling of falling in love this love poem is dedicated to you. It could be a reference and knowledge for everyone. Happy reading and enjoy.

Night in Honolulu Poem

A middle-aged man
Singing Hawaiian songs
With guitar. In sidewalk Waikiki

For gentlemen. To the ladies
To the gentlemen and ladies! “She exclaimed
To all the tourists passing by

I sing to myself
Some of my songs are my record
From twenty-five years ago. “

Along the row of stalls seller accessories
And fake gold jewelry
The shrimp-crawling tourists raced endlessly
with casual clothes
With a bikini or just a towel wrapped around

They looked at the singer for a moment
Somebody nodded a smile. There is a stare
One or two tossing the dimes and quarters
Which fell near the cap

A uniform with a European Palace guard
Stepped straight in the flag ceremony. In King’s Village
With agile swings of ancient rifles
May appeal to Captain Cook. Who died here
The soul bounces back. With Hawaii Five-O

The three arches of the rainbow
This afternoon. Above Magic Island and Hanauma Bay
Has been gulped once by the tourists
With Budweiser and glasses of wine
In the tongue tongonjang tongue. Behind the luxury hotels
Its safe and shady

As for the people of Hawaii
It’s been a long time to kill the spirit
They are the ones who continue to be pushed

In these days
From beach to beach. From gigir to gigir
In his own land

God!
It must be a crazy imagination
That jumped my memory to the Filipinos
And the people of the hinterland
And countless of them. All over my homeland

It’s so tongue tongue to call ourselves
With your own name

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