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Hawaii Book and Music Festival Bamboo Ridge Press Word Bag Participants Entries

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Tuesday, May 31, 2011 10:50 AM


Listed below are all the entries from our Word Bag contest participants at this year's Hawaii Book and Music Festival.

Note: bolded words are word bag words.


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

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

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

Kristi
Your daughter also known as the stubborn bambucha rock

Ching
Old stories playlike a merry go-round of awkward dates

Ina
doubt, wahine, lodge Doubt lodges in the heart of the wahine

Autumn
Sista is so impressive when she [cusises] by in her big moomoo

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

Patricia
The braces on my teeth looked like train tracks: collagen in my skin

D B
'Sorry, Sunshine' said the reporter 'All the time thought you were my daughter!'

Taylor
The soccer umbrella grinds the floor

Janice
In England I got a puppy paycheck.

Jessica
What a picture I see, a wandering tourist on a foreign island.

Aki
I grow my orchid for Oprah

Ilima
Cherry bush - fun!

Ashlee
In the grass, [letsleep] in tent please / so we don't get stung by bee's

Betsy
For real - no shame - giv'em all you got!

Denise
Surf your life with abandon and joy!

Maya
New zealand forget [brekfast].

Christy
Snack-sized shoes, lock of curls & ratted bear - dusty keepsakes relegated to a cardboard box in mama's attic.

Anna
Doing Bubbies mochi - my favorite!

Greg
pencil behind her ear, the smells waft past, I wait from the start of the line to speak my order to the Pita tita lunch!

Courtney
Heavenly flight overlooking my life adventures.

Lorena
As she spoke her words / felt like hamburger meat wanting her to stop / wondered into black.

Ben
On the way to the fish market to buy ahi, I had to walk by several boutiques

Jennifer
Sedona had to go to customs at the Honolulu International Airport

Kaycee
As I rode in my elaborate bicycle-jet, I yelled, 'It's mine, all mine!'

Saro
I made a reservation to slide on the sand

Helen
The sticky spine of the wava poked my barefoot toe

A.
Auwe - Dat one humbug flight I said as I grabbed my travel bag and went to the motel…But stopped on the way for lumpia and a primo...

Ann
I ordered da pizza wit max toppings so I had fo stand by and wait long time

Noah
The state park guide is very lovely.

Mei Ling
The ukulele tells the journey of the Hawaiians coming to their homeland.

Elvrine
I really enjoyed listening to the good old rock & roll songs all weekend long.

Marissa
My brother is the best.

Henneson
I like MIdNIght.

Leila
heat8?

Carol
'Whaevahs' inspires reservations for a holiday rest!

Hildre
Life is a poetry, a century, a [millenium] all in a line light.

Meg
Free your mind from time and place, just sail away

Jordan
In the second of the moment of the hour of the day, we must strive to talk fabulously or say Nothing AT ALL.

Carol
No mo food Mother!

Jeff
Surrender marry cheery

Vince
Take a look and write a book

Marisa
Taco sauce is mild

Cindy
Fly wat…Enjoy all that you do while[/b] living

Rena
Breath the air you breath, park yourself in love, and stay the course for whatever God has chosen for you.

Matthew
Confessions of the gone glibly extered garners

Kristine
Short, you, but can write your book anyway, yeah?

Nat
Da uda Dey, I bout a 'new' 'kitten' and I wen name um Paradise.'

Michael
You explore the origins of chocolate, dark pleasures in dark ages.

Luke
That's my uncles solar powered automobile

Donald
mongoose creep between festival poloes in photographs before our time.

Geraldine
Places that are improved really looks like it's new.

Kehau
Wave aloha and kindly remove your slippa's while the clock strikes twelve.

Lauren
Break outdoors for an evolution of your mind[/b]

Kathi
Dis haole urban wahine loves poke

Joseph
Oprah performs charity, she does so with sincerity

Jocelyn
Hair today, time tomorrow for mother

Barbara
Ms. Saturday Suitcase can be ready in a jiffy

Dionne
I will jump in an exquiste edition of a blue sparkling ocean

Camille
writer, bus, garden
the writer went on a bus she sow a garden

Kalani
we ami and sway like we tip dat canoe

Joanna
Hong King grown, apologize

Brenda
I'll return, you tell me, 'taking my heart on our back, its safari walking stick, your shape disappearing in the [vair] of my tears.'[P.S. This is not a true story!]

Bron
Remember this house, and smile

Shannon
I remember wen days of hopscotch was sweet as sugar

Carrie
I remember the ahi poke for the party, but not the map - good think I still have lunch.

Eileen
Swing side to side, like a boat on it's landing.

Joanna
Sun streamed yellow through the campground grove - pain gone!

Martha
FOREIGN PRESCRPTION: 3 teaspoons from guava TREE planted at a beach on Costa de Sol, Spain

Dionael
My soul eliminates my play, but not my glory

Raena
GALAPAGOS THE FIERCE TAKES THE FLOWERS FROM SOMEBODY

McShane
No HAPPINESS BEFORE books.

Aiko
Plenty, plenty hotels (enough to make a lei).

Linda
New Caledinia, prom, kaukau

Shaum
Chikens are cooked.

Lurana
O Nature! Da sky so blue. My eyes cry 'uncle.'

Elissa
The solar vehicle Solutions are simply spectacular.

Jade
leave scenery island

Gail
Keep swimming; don't park!

Mari
My hair cruises in the breeze as my eyes delve into inticing text.

Evelyn
I love saimin I love caramel and I love these contests I hope I win

Maile
I wanderif I can speak pidgin, nope, no can.

Thiru
Here I write with pink nails and pink slippers on white paper. Here I write

Marc
Here's a TV-ONE TOKEN, sad my radio's broken

Anthony
Wat, you like hike you goin drop off the edge wit cho broken leg.

Eric
As I put my makeup on, my warranty on my pupus expired.

Lori
The story in the lei

Suzanne
The husband frowned passing by all the departments

Anita
Whatevahs you be cleva, too.

Logan
My friend is inside the bag

Andy
Animals put love into life

Rianne
I run solar

Rebecca
My brother wen go to the beach cuz the water's temptation was too strong.

Danelle
Graduation..time to carryon it helps if you carry a big stick!

shopping for intimates? No need be shame

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