The Yellow Hibiscus

Tempest Under 1000 Words

History tells that all the females of the Oolonpo tribe survived under great hardship. The book said they were a dying race. They were almost extinct. They weren’t welcome in Hawaii. So, they were forced to live on a small barren island, thirty miles north of Maui. That island is not recorded on any map.

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Annelise Lords

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A writer of Fiction and Uplifting Quotes & Anecdotes. Get your upliftment, inspiration, and smiles here! thisisanneliselords@mediumauthor.com

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