A Pennsylvania Beauty View

A Pennsylvania Beauty View Poems


Stock #: 42810
Type: Postcard
Era: Linen
Publisher: Pensylvania Beauty View
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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It seems the joy of heaven just flashes at sunset's glow, Over the Alleghenies. And the rivers down below; From Lake Erie to the Delaware. O'erthe Mason-Dixon Line, You et a glimps of Heaven Each evening at Sunset time. A commonwealth of landscapes From meadow to timber-line. Keystne of the great Union. Since seventeen eighty-nine; Kissed by Atlantic breezew. From lands of the rising sun. Home of the "Quaker City", Where the Liberty Bell was rung, Checkered with mighty highways, Through montian, valley and glen, And beautiful by rivers. Is this wonderland of pen; Where states were forged in Union. And were welded to remain, At Valley Fore and Gettysburg, In the land of Anthony Wayne. When William Penn completed his deal for Penn's Woods, now called Pennsylvania, he little realized that in that tract would eventually e found nature's whole line of scenic splendors. Hain's poem pictues this naturral beauty with native historical ability.
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