Ancient Hawaiian Harvest Chant
O Kané! Transform the earth
Let the earth move as in one piece
The land is cracked and fissured
The edible ferns yet grow, I Lono
Let kupukupu cover the dry lands
Gather potatoes as stones on the hills
The rain comes like the side of cliffs
The rain falling from Heaven
The potato falls from the heavens
The wild taro is only taro now
The taro of the mountain patches
The only food that is of the wilds
O Kané and Lono! Gods of the husbandmen
Give life to the land
~ Ancient Hawaiian harvest chant
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