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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. Canadian Thames
  2. Wars in Queen Victorias Reign
  3. The Great Fire of Ingersoll
  4. Lines on Woodstock
  5. Poetry

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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