Caroline Carleton

(6 October 1811 – 10 July 1874 / Middlesex, England)

Caroline Carleton Poems

1. Wild Flowers Of Australia 4/21/2010
2. Lines 4/21/2010
3. Song For Australia 1/1/2004
Best Poem of Caroline Carleton

Song For Australia

There is a land where summer skies
Are gleaming with a thousand dyes
Blending in witching harmonies,
in harmonies;
and grassy knoll and forest height,
are flushing in the rosy light,
And all above is azure bright -
Australia, Australia, Australia.


There is a land where honey flows
Where laughing corn luxuriant grows;
Land of the myrtle and the rose,
land of the rose.
On hill and plain the clustering vine
Is gushing out with purple wine,
And cups are quaffed to thee and thine -
Australia, Australia, Australia.


There is a land ...

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