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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

E lei kau, e lei ho`oilo i ke aloha.

Love is worn like a wreath through the summers and the winters.

…or a scarf.

This morning I talked to the snow and asked it how it felt to hold the earth. It said to me that holding the earth was a great responsibility and that it felt good. Then the snow told me it was white and pure to blanket all the colors of love and grief, happiness and sadness, life and death.

As I wore the scarf that Pua made for me and walked through the gentleness of the snow, I wished that she was walking with me hand in hand – that she could wear us, the snow and I, like love.

Aaron Edwards
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