Old Cape Cod

Old Cape Cod Poems

Stock #: 42662
Type: Postcard
Era: Linen
Publisher: E. D. West Co.
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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The Land of Heart's Desire. Did you ever go down on Old Cape Cod. That place that speaks of peace and God. Where the trees, and flowers and even grass. Nod you a welcome as you pass, Wheree you hear the waves apounding the shore, When the wind's nor' east and the storm clouds lower; Where you breathe in the smell of the old salt grass. As on the highway of God's country you pass. No place in the world shines the sum so bright. Or the moom when it's full on a sumer's night. And the people "God bless them," that true do they ring They make you as welcome as the flowers in Spring. A hand clasp that thrills way down toes. Is the greeting one gets wherever he goes. Just to think of that placeis to me. With its wonderful flowers and sky and sea. Like sweetest nectar, fit for a god. That I drink to the health of Old Cape Cod. Cape Cod is unique, Nowhere in the world can be found fifteen towns comprising one hundred and forth-three home-like villages with such qualifications. It faces four salt seas; has five hundred and eighty-six miles of shore line, three hundred and sixy miles of beaches, encloses two hundred and seventy beautiful natural lakes and ponds, and has fourteen hundred and fifteen miles of macadam roads. There are many places of historic interest on Cape Cod.
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