Poems (Coates 1916)/Volume II/There's a Spot in the Mountains

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Poems, Volume II by Florence Earle Coates
There's a Spot in the Mountains

THERE'S A SPOT IN THE MOUNTAINS

THERE'S a spot in the mountains, where the dew, dear,
 Is laden with the odours of the pine,
Where the heavens seem unbounded, and their blue, dear,
 Is deepest where it mirrored seems to shine.


There, at morn and eve, with rapture old and new, dear,
 The thrushes sing their double song divine,
And the melody their voices breathe, of you, dear,
 Speaks ever to this happy heart of mine.


There's a cabin in the mountains, where the fare, dear,
 Is frugal as the cheer of Arden blest;
But contentment sweet and fellowship are there, dear,
 And Love, that makes the feast he honors—best!


There's a lake upon the mountains, where our boat, dear,
 Moves gayly up the stream or down the tide,
Where, amid the scented lily-buds afloat, dear,
 We dream the dream of Eden as we glide!