Refugees

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In October of 2010 Mom, Dan and I went on a tour of the interior of the Iolani Palace.  I found the interior to be pleasingly sumptuous and yet not cloying.  There is so much beautiful wood around every turn, in every next room!  To stand in the room of Queen Liliʻuokalani’s  imprisonment was profoundly moving for me!  As I stood there, looking around, I imagined her there, a prisoner in her own Palace feeling that the Great Canoe of Hawaiʻi had developed some serious holes that would in the end sink all in it!

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When the Hawaiian Monarchy was overthrown by American businessmen, many of the articles in the Palace were auctioned off, scattered not only around Honolulu but… as has been discovered over the past years… around the world itself!  Slowly, many of these estranged items…

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2 Responses to Refugees

  1. Darryl Vernon says:

    Painful and justifiably embittering… The actual History of the United States is rife with horror. And Donald Trump is curiously poised with the full potential of becoming its President.

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