We get plenty chickens over here.
They like play “chicken”
with my car.
Sometimes they take off
like one jet.
They like race
with my Hyundai.
They not so smart.
they going lose
their tail feathers
to one pupuele wahine
Pidgin English is spoken by the locals here in Hawaii.
Below are some translation notes:
Get plenty: have lots of
Bumbai: sooner or later, by and by
Wahine: female, woman
Stay: currently is or lives at
Kahaluu: country town on Windward Oahu
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