Four brothers meet for the first time at the reading of their father's will and are required to live together for a year on a ranch on the North Shore of O`ahu in order to inherit his vast estate.

Four young men—strangers to one another;
Time would pass till they’d call each other “brother.”
Though, they had never met before,
Their father had now opened the door
Through his last testament and will.
When summoned to meet, they all went still,
Required to live at his ranch in Pupukea
In a lovely setting up the hill from Waimea
On the island of Oahu’s northern shore.
With luxuries and privilege, who could ask for more?
In a year of four seasons, they lived side by side,
And as honorable men, they did abide.
Not all was smooth sailing in just this short year;
Trouble would come from which they couldn’t steer.
Kamu, who’d lived with Kamuela all his life,
Felt that burden and suffered much strife.
Makani, the brooding masculine one,
Discovered love in the Pupukea sun.
After years in prison, Ipo survived.
His life on the ranch, with horses he’d thrive.
Reef, the California golden boy
Embraced Hawai`i with appreciative joy.
The waves of the North Shore, he often sought,
Thankful and grateful to God for his lot.
Their hearts would break; they’d be molded by pain.
Yet, the sons of Kamuela would prevail with great gain.
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