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Grand Canyon National Park - Poem by Henry Felton Huse - 1930 (GC 14)
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Grand Canyon National Park
No brush can paint, nor pencil trace,
The charm and beauty of this place;
Wonders that in this Canyon dwell,
No tongue of man can ever tell.
Assembled in this chasm deep,
Where lengthened shadows ever creep;
Are mountains, hills, majestic, grand,
Carved out by the Almighty's Hand.
Ten thousand landscapes merged in one,
Reflect the glories of the sun;
And colors in their brilliancy,
Surpass the glow of sunset sea.
Spellbound! One views the depths below,
Where tides of grandeur ebb and flow;
In reverence and silent awe,
One worships God as ne'er before.
-- Henry Felton Huse
Linen postcard. GC 14. 0A3697-N. CT American Art. Distributed by JR Willis.
Not postally used.
Minor corner tip wear. Faint specks of foxing on back, behind upper edge.

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