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Poem by James McIntyre

Canadian Thames

Westward it winds past each town,
Growing broader as it flows down.
Onward it glides, never weary,
Meandering so soft and cheery.

The sunbeams on the waters glance,
Skipping about in silvery dance,
From morn till eve the cattle feed
'Neath lofty elms along the mead.

And on its banks, in warrior pride,
The brave Tecumseh fought and died,
Peace and prosperity now reigns
Along the fertile vale of Thames.

Now soon the waters meet and pair
With the wavelets of St. Clair ;
As maids when wed do lose their names,
No longer is it called the Thames.

James McIntyre

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

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