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THOUGHTS OF AKAROA.

A Ujitcr forwards us tbe following verses for publication to chow how Akaroa can inspire those of a poetic temperament :— ' Thrfe is a scene of rest and balm, Where we all love to come; 'lie found beside the waters calm Of lovely Akaroa, Ob, lovely Akaroa, Thy waters are so clear, Wβ love to sit upon the shore And view thy waters here. Ob, lovely Akaror, With waters clear and calm ; We love to sail thy waters oVr, And fear no dread alarm. We've had a happy tiroe BesiWe tbe waters blue ; With flounders all the time, And sky above so blue. Oh, l.vely Akaroa, We sigh to part from the? ; \V«'ll come again ani love ti cc more, And re.t beside the sea.

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THOUGHTS OF AKAROA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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THOUGHTS OF AKAROA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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