Pioneers by Zora Cross

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They are not there, the pioneers, 
   Within those narrow graves and old. 
Where progress her steam banner rears
   Their spirits still live strong and bold.

No grass grows over all they won.  
   Their souls adventures grand declare. 
They ploughed a pathway to the sun
   That we might leap the leagues of air.

First published in The Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 17 January 1930

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