Hawaiin Snow

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Hawaiin snow is a jet black snow
That comes with a sugary burn
The snowmen you make
Cast ghastly looks they
And language is stolen away.

The missionaries came and broke our words
But left us with the print
So we told our epics with their sugar paper
Preserving our history.

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Amateur writer with a love for discussion and languages. Currently learning and bettering myself. Slowly.

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Emmanuel Lomax

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Amateur writer with a love for discussion and languages. Currently learning and bettering myself. Slowly.

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