Eng­land, My Eng­land

This England - - Contents - by Beryl Shep­ard Leece

Eng­land, my Eng­land, Was there ever a land so fair? Was there ever such a maze of green, Or purer, sweeter air? Eng­land, my Eng­land, With your lanes of way­side flow­ers. With heathered hills, and windswept leas, And tiny cot­tage bow­ers.


The River Worth Val­ley, York­shire, look­ing to­wards Lumb Foot and Stan­bury from the vil­lage of Ha­worth.

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