The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 7 (February 1, 1932.)
Come down with me to the sea-shore!
To the happy, vivid sea-shore—
Oh—the blue, and the grey,
And the white of the spray
And the length of a day
By the sea-shore!
Come up with me to the hill-heights!
To the rugged, chiselled hill-heights—
Oh—the grass and the trees,
And the kiss of the breeze,
And the touch of the leaves
On the hill-heights!
Come out with me on the highway!
On the dusty, changing highway—
Oh the sun, and the road,
And the joy of a load
And the care-free abode
By the highway!
Come out with me in the moonlight!
In the magic, silver moonlight—
Oh the stars and the dew
And the wonder of You—
And the moments too few
In the moonlight!
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