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Poem by James McIntyre


England had triplets at a birth,
Coleridge, Southy and Wordsworth,
And these three were widely famed,
And the 'Lake Poets' they were named.
With joy they did pursue their themes,
'Mong England's lakes, and hills and streams;
From there with gladness they could view
The distant Scottish mountains blue. 

James McIntyre

James McIntyre's other poems:
  1. Lines on Woodstock
  2. Lines on Norwich
  3. The Great Fire of Ingersoll
  4. Canadian Thames
  5. Wars in Queen Victorias Reign

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Emily Pfeiffer Shelley ("THERE lies betwixt dead Pisa and the sea")
  • Henry Van Dyke Shelley ("Knight-errant of the Never-ending Quest")

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