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Hawaii Book and Music Festival Bamboo Ridge Press Word Bag Winners

Posted by HAKEN
Monday, May 23, 2011 7:42 PM


Winners from the 2011 Hawaii Book and Music Festival Bamboo Ridge Press Word Bag Poetry Contests.

Saturday’s Word Bag Poetry Winners

My knife cuts through the ahi like it’s jello.
--Alice

Being careful, worried, scared, excited, sad, mad, nervous, hurt, looking ahead. In a word, Braces.
--Maia

My tutu has a map-on her hands, her face, to the roots of my family.
--Kerry

Your daughter…also known as the stubborn bambucha rock.
--Kristi

Old stories play like a merry go-round of awkward dates.
--Ching

Doubt lodges in the heart of the wahine.
--Ina

Sista is so impressive when she cruises by in her big moomoo
--Autumn

Don’t pass the buck cupcake; your friends are everything.
--Jean


Sunday’s Word Bag Poetry Winners

Raw saimin shoes are sad.
--Ellen

Fish alarm! Pray.
--Leighton

Lay down your weapon; take up your poem.
--Kalani

If eating is a metaphor for life, I give my sushi 100%!
--Nancy

For recreation, I like [b]roll my husband.
--Brad

Laulau and poi heals my soul.
--Kelly

Came home with a sunburn, dad gave aloe to soothe. Father of the year!
--Nicole

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