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Lei Day
Let's celebrate Lei day today In pageants with a King and Queen In flowers of each island's hue A day in which we extol spring. A day of Aloha's spirit Where music's shared in hula dance. Children wear each island's colors In long satin gowns that enhance The royal court displayed in schools That's honored the Hawaiian way. Let us not forget the May pole Of other lands on our Lei day. Take this garland of sweet flowers Please wear it 'round your neck with pride. Let us capture the Aloha spirit Of love in which we all abide. © Connie Marcum Wong Happy May Day and Lei Day to everyone! Note: On May first...May Day is known in Hawaii as Lei Day. It is a celebration of Hawaiian culture, or the aloha spirit. People commonly celebrate by giving gifts of leis to one another. Schools also put on plays[2] and elect a Lei Day court of Kings and Queens to represent the different islands.[3] Each island has its own symbol that is composed of a color and a flower. Hawaii (the big island) is red, Maui is pink, Oahu is yellow, Molokai is green, Lanai is orange, Kahoolawe is gray, Kauai is purple, and Niihau is white. In the same order the flowers are lehua, lokelani, 'ilima, kukui, kauna'oa, hinahina, mokihana, and a pupu shell. Niihau is the only island without a plant as its symbol. The link below has more information about Lei Day. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lei_Day
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