Rhonda Baker


Diamond Resort - Poem by Rhonda Baker

The resort is an Oasis in this dry and arid stand
Not the Maui I’ve heard of on the mainland
The mountain is great and reaches to the clouds
The people are humble, happy and proud
30 Takes us from this Australia type land
Back to where it’s lush and why Maui is so grand
The locals tell you to take 30 to where you want to go
'Oh it’s not far, but you have to drive slow.'
5/31/11


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 1, 2011



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