Rhonda Baker

Elk Rapids - Poem by Rhonda Baker

North past the twisted fish frozen in time
Lilac Antiques, for a penny your weight and fortune you'd find
Then to Elk Rapids, with it's waters copper blue
A charming small town, you must wander through
Out of town and right at the light
The Blue Heron stands, OH what a sight
Full of treasures, of every kind
Artist from Michigan, with a creative mind
Oils and watercolors to take you away
Pottery and Glass to capture the day
Down to the beach to take a swim
Then into town for dinner, when the sun grows dim
Listening to music, and shooting pool
Unwinding from life, like thread off a spool

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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