Denali - Poem by Ima Ryma
Denali, great one, once again.
Mountain once named Mount McKinley,
Because of politics of men.
Native Alaskan as should be
For nature's wonder in the place
And time beyond all that's man made,
Deserving only named in grace,
By humans who first came and stayed.
A hundred year wrong now is right.
The great one has its rightful name.
And all who be within its sight
Speak of Denali by acclaim.
Ohio can and maybe will
Name a local McKinley Hill.
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