Each of the Hawaiian islands are or once were active volcanoes, springing forth from a hotspot in the middle of the Pacific Plate. Kilauea, one of five active volcanoes in Hawaii, has erupted continuously, more or less, since it formed some 300,000 to 600,000 years ago. It might be the world’s most active volcano, according to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
Kilauea means “spewing” in Hawaiian; it is a hot spot for tourists, a source of vog, and the home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess, legendary for her fiery temper. Kilauea’s Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent celebrated its 31st anniversary in January as one of the longest, continual eruptions in the world.
I wonder can you really see the stars as they appear here???!!!
It’s lovely to be lively, it’s lovely to have somebody love you unconditionally, it’s lovely to be as free as I am, though my future entails me being freer, I seek refuge amongst those who understand me, I seek understanding from those who wish be beside me, I cry for times spent misunderstanding, the times I wish that time could fly by me, a lame excuse for not being happy for what I’ve seen, it’s lovely to be alive today, it’s lovely to have made my bed and now I lay. It’s lovely for what’s to come for my bed I’ve made!