The Waimea Gathering They met in a beautiful Waimea Home After
forty five years from where they'd roam: Six girls who attended a
special school At Kamehameha where they learned the golden rule To
do unto others and serve them well; Some would excel and others
fell, But they each carried Pauahi's creed; Eventually they'd all
succeed To become the women they aspired to be And live their lives
in harmony. Six lovely valleys were their homes in Hawai'i From
O'ahu, Maui, the Big Island to Kaua'i: Puakea from Palolo, who used
her fists, Kanoe, the serene from Kahana's mists, Kalihiwai's Nani,
vivacious and fun, Lihau, homely in Ha'iku's sun, Kia, a thorn from
Makaha Valley Keala, with warmth from Waipi'o, she'd rally. And so,
to a gathering in Waimea, they came To relate their stories of
failure and fame.
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