The orchestra had finished “Aloha Oe” and was preparing to go home.
The door is always open and over its lintel is 'Aloha,' which means 'Welcome.'
And "Kilauea's 'Aloha' to the Lurline" it has always been to us since.
She was "My Aloha," "my dear one," to both father and mother.
Here he met his sister, Koai, but had only time to say, “Aloha oe!”
Then one day he filled them with grief by saying: “I am going, aloha.”
I offered her money in return, but she refused it, saying she had given the things out of aloha, or love for me.
Aloha ino oe, eia ihonei paha oe e make ai, he ai mainei Pele, Compassion great to you!
The sun was lowering and birds of evening were beginning to brood over the painted water when The Aloha cast anchor.
For an hour or more the moon, flooding the edge of the deck of The Aloha, cast four shadows sharply upon the smooth boards.