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James Mcintyre Poems

  • Leach The Engineer
    The engineer who drives the train,
    From scalds he oft doth suffer pain,
    And they are more noble scars,
    Than hirelings gain in foreign wars. ...
  • Lines On Methodist Union, September, 1883
    A pleasing sight to-day we see,
    Four churches joined in harmony,
    There difference was but trivial,
    But strove each other to outrival. ...
  • Canadian Charms
    Here industry is not in vain,
    For we have bounteous crops of grain,
    And you behold on every field
    Of grass and roots abundant yield, ...
  • Sailor's Yarn
    While voyaging on northern seas
    For days we could not catch a breeze,
    But were held fast as if in vice
    Surrounded by the bergs of ice, ...
  • Lament Of The Maple Tree. A Vision
    "We had a dream which was not all a dream." - Byron.


    I laid me down one day in June, ...
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Great 110 Good 83 Long 44 High 40 Sweet 40 Town 38 Young 37 Time 30 True 29 Strong 29


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Seraphita
 by Ernest Dowson

Come not before me now, O visionary face!
Me tempest-tost, and borne along life's passionate sea;
Troublous and dark and stormy though my passage be;
Not here and now may we commingle or embrace,
Lest the loud anguish of the waters should efface
The bright illumination of thy memory,
Which dominates the night; rest, far away from me,
In the serenity of thine abiding-place!
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