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Poem by Henry Van Dyke


I love thine inland seas, 
Thy groves of giant trees,
Thy rolling plains;
Thy riversТ mighty sweep, 
Thy mystic canyons deep, 
Thy mountains wild and steep,
All thy domains; 

Thy silver Eastern strands, 
Thy Golden Gate that stands
Wide to the West;
Thy flowery Southland fair, 
Thy sweet and crystal air, --
O land beyond compare,
Thee I love best! 

Additional verses for the 
National Hymn, 
March, 1906.

Henry Van Dyke

Henry Van Dyke's other poems:
  1. Hesper
  2. Urbs Coronata
  3. A Rondeau of College Rhymes
  4. The Glory of Ships
  5. The Hermit Thrush

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Sydney Dobell America ("Nor force nor fraud shall sunder us! O ye")
  • Bayard Taylor America ("FORESEEN in the vision of sages")
  • Ella Wilcox America ("I am the refuge of all the oppressed")
  • Claude McKay America ("Although she feeds me bread of bitterness")
  • Lucretia Davidson America ("And this was once the realm of nature, where")

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