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Lions Roar : March 2014
Under the Volcano Waking Up Inside the Tent (1980) Under the gleam of a half-sliced moon, Phil noses our Mazda rental past fields of wild orchids into MacKenzie State Park. A hidden Hawaiian gem mounted on the cliffs of the Pacific, the park is tucked away outside the forested perimeter of the volcano Kilauea, the leg- endary home of Pelé, the fire goddess. The mixed fragrances of pine and brine welcome us to a night of camping on the Big Island. I am focused on my sketches of Pelé—her purple crater and golden veins—as she is depicted in the travel journal spread across my knees. I decide my gushing words and bold images capture the aura of the volcano and my awe of Pelé, the legend of Hawaiian folklore. While vacationing on Hawaii’s Big Island, JUDY PANKO REIS suffered an unspeak- able crime. Decades later, she sees that out of even the darkest violence a new life of service and transformation can emerge. PAINTINGS BY TONY MATTHEWS 59 SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2014