Mackinac Island 

I ​know a place that shows a luxuriant sun 

From dusk til dawn it glimmers  its  land

It illuminates the clouds even the ocean

And a sparking diamond that you have on hand

In there, there are no cars 

You can walk ,ride a bike

Ride on a horse carriage  

And run as you fly a kite

On those trees that give you shade

You’ll see the lilacs known to that place

Beautiful flowers with fragrances never fade

Just like memories that we had on those days

On a carriage I feel I was a princess with a crown

While gazing this peaceful ,unpolluted  ,beautiful town

It’s a place known as Mackinac Island

I’ll always treasure  it from here and beyond

(c) Eureka Bianzon Robey  

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