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Poems

(1925)
A collection of poems by

 
 
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Now, friends, observe and look upon me, Mark how the Lord took pity on me. By Dead Man's Thorn, while setting wires, Who should come up but Billy Myers, A friend of mine, who used to be As black a sprig of hell as me, With whom I'd planned, to save encroachin', Which fields and coverts each should poach in.

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