1st July is the day when Canadian people celebrate Canada day and it is going to be celebrated same on this year 2019. On this occasion people are always excited to celebrate this day and share unique greetings and wishes with their loved ones. We have a huge collection of Canada day poems, Canada day quotes and Canada day sayings which you can send to your friends and family through which you can make them happy. Use these quotes, Poems and saying to send on Facebook status, whatsapp status and wish your friends and family for a perfect greeting on this special day.
Happy Canada Day Quotes and saying 2019
Canada will be a strong country when Canadians of all provinces feel at home in all parts of the country, and when they feel that all Canada belongs to them….Pierre Trudeau
The cool thing about being famous is traveling. I have always wanted to travel across seas, like to Canada and stuff…..Britney Spears
Before the Civil War, Canada was at the top of the underground railroad. If you made it into Canada, you were safe unless someone came and hauled you back. That was also true during the Vietnam War for draft resisters……Margaret Atwood
Happy Canada Day Poems 2019
When we became Canada.
Red and white flooded the streets.
Tears flowed down the faces of many.As cries, yelled out of victory.
It was truly an emotional sight.
Even for the strongest of us.
Who broke down with tears.
On this day, on July 1, 1867.
When we became a proud nation.
When we became Canada.
A poem for canada day
In Canada the time is right,
to smile at the world today .
For Canadians all love to dance,
and sing and work and play .
Canada so large and bold with green pastures
in peaceful spots .
Canada with regions cold ,
in the beauty of vacant lots .
The Sun is always shining
beyond the highest mountain top .
It’s remote in rocky places
where the snowfalls never stop.
I think some days cloudy skies
will try to shake the blue away ,
but in this world there’s a time,
to remember Canada Day…
It was formerly believed…
It was formerly believed, on a sea-battered shore
though the storm at home blasted,
that in the distant west there still lay lands,
where calm and sun never ended,
for there the good season had found its retreat
and freedom and compassion – all that is best.
They set no sail, but thought high,
by the ocean they dreaming stood,
as the sun slid into the lowest west
in the evening’s blue-misted spring dusk,
then hope and desire glide out with the breeze
on the still-blank, sun gilt, wide armed sea.
Though oceans still flood, that separate lands,
the passage across is effortless.
And our Markland, Canada, its genius and care
the world held out to you over the sea.
To the Greeks you could only appear in a poem –
but to Icelandic sea kings you gave yourself first.
Still human hope turns its tired eyes
from the east, to dream about you –
you proved good to all, who loved you fervently,
who possess here rapture and home.
And all with you is fulfilled and able to root
which the unquiet spirit has dreamed best.