Henry Lawson

Grenfell, New South Wales
Henry Lawson
Grenfell, New South Wales
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Past Carin'

Rating: 2.8

Now up and down the siding brown
The great black crows are flyin',
And down below the spur, I know,
Another `milker's' dyin';
The crops have withered from the ground,
The tank's clay bed is glarin',
But from my heart no tear nor sound,
For I have gone past carin' --
Past worryin' or carin',
Past feelin' aught or carin';
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Anne Dobson 30 June 2016
When I'm fed up and the politics of the workaday world has beaten me into submission, this is the poem that comes to mind.
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Anne Dobson 30 June 2016
When the going gets tough and the politics of the workaday world beats me into submission, this is the poem I think of.
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