Songs of Life and Love

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Songs of Life and Love
by Umiokalani

The poems of Umiokalani are etherical, also for meditation, while others are about animals, nature, and people.

Overall the poems are humorous, serious, romantic, and about traveling abroad.

About the Author

Umiokalani is Hawaiian and Jewish on the fathers side. She is Swedish, Scottish, and French on her mothers side. She is one of those real Americans.

On the Scottish side, she is a direct descendant from Robert Burns, the poet from Scotland. Of course, as everyone knows, Hawaiians are into music and dance, the Swedish and French are into music, and the Jewish are into dancing and singing.

Umiokalani was born in Los Angeles, California, and spent time in San Mateo, California, for grammar school, attended high school, and went on to the Academy of Art, a commercial art school in San Francisco, California. She spent some time becoming educated on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, and in Oregon.

She married twice; one was a Native American, and the other is a Mexican.

Recently Umiokalani started to write a novella, and she hopes to publish it sometime in the future.

(2011, paperback, 168 pages)