Wedding Bells: A Colorado Idyl William E. Pabor

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qpbe Vale of Up the Tomichis sparkling stream Our lovers go, as in a dream- Winding among the willow brush, The quiet broken by the rush Of lowing kine through pastures sweet, Where juicy grasses hide the feet Of these two, as rapt by the scene, They move along the meadows green. Near, and yet far, Tomichis crest Looks down upon this rural nest- Its rounded bosom, crowned with pine And cedar, while the creeping vine Garlands the struggling underwood, Where the wild deer have often stood As, stooping down the crumbling brink, The waters of the creek they drink.

These once were numberless- but now The rifle ball, the bending bow, The rapid settlement of men, Have decimated gorge and glen, And only by some lucky chance One sees them through the woodland prance, Swifter than arrow to its mark, To safe retreat in bosky park. Tomichis springs are near at hand, A sanitarium for the land, Whose waters, with rare virtues rife, Refill the sluggish veins of life With vigor strong from blood renewed, Won from the virgin solitude, Where Nature, through her chemic art, The healing beams of health impart.

Above, beyond, the rocky hills Loom grandly up. Their presence fills The heart with wonder, awe and pride, Of those who climb the mountain side To cross the pass through storm and snow To valley lands that lie below. And now begins the winding way, The devious course, the long delay, By which, oer wooded hills of grass, The traveler reaches Marshall Pass. What mighty peaks the distance crown! Their feet are green, their bosoms brown, Their heads with spotless snow are crowned, Eternal silence reigns around.

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