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Credit Valley Trip Post by :deano Category :Poems Author :James Mcintyre Date :November 2011 Read :2975

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Credit Valley Trip

The Credit Valley Railway Company having placed
a car at the service of the council we were kindly
invited to accompany them to Toronto.

Whene'er we take a tour abroad
We love to travel o'er new road,
Where scenery to us is new
And landscape pleasing to the view,
When invited for to rally
And take a trip on Credit Valley,
We resolved for to afford
A day with Council and School Board,
For to view the rural charms
Of hills and dales and fertile farms,
With joy we saw the sunbeams gleam
On Grand River beauteous stream,
And those perpendicular walls
Of rock, like old baronial halls,
We saw the great lake ebb and flow,
And queen city of Ontario,
While some enjoyed the genial smile
Of Hanlon on his lake girt isle,
Returning home each one exclaims
"Happiest spot is banks of Thames."

(The end)
James McIntyre's poem: Credit Valley Trip

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