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F. M. F. M. i(A14068 works by)
Writing name for: Francis Myers
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1 Untitled i "Although we dread the outcome when", F. M. , single work poetry humour
1 Refutation i "Do Sydneyites lack courtesy and tact?", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 9 January vol. 67 no. 3439 1946; (p. 4)
1 Obliging i ""Go out and shoot yourself, you skunk!", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 October vol. 67 no. 3480 1946; (p. 33)
1 Representative Government i "Though 49 per cent. vote Tweedledum,", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 26 June vol. 67 no. 3463 1946; (p. 33)
1 Parliamentary Broadcasting i "Now that Ms.P. are privileged to reach", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 31 July vol. 67 no. 3468 1946; (p. 33)
1 Better Still i "They'd argue heatedly until", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 24 July vol. 67 no. 3467 1946; (p. 33)
1 C.O.D. i "The thirsty poet said it,", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 17 July vol. 67 no. 3466 1946; (p. 33)
1 Untitled i "For such reward, two of these pugs", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 3 July vol. 67 no. 3464 1946; (p. 33)
1 Untitled i "The Loo, as many of us know,", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 19 June vol. 67 no. 3462 1946; (p. 33)
1 Untitled i "Wise has a canny money sense,", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 12 June vol. 67 no. 3461 1946; (p. 33)
1 Frustration i "Said he: "To shoot this minion of the law", F. M. , 1946 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 15 May vol. 67 no. 3457 1946; (p. 33)
1 Explained i "When interviewed the ancient sighed", F. M. , 1945 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 7 March vol. 66 no. 3395 1945; (p. 26)
1 Of Course i "He'd heard men speak of the Better Land", F. M. , 1945 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 21 November vol. 66 no. 3432 1945; (p. 26)
1 Pasted i "He'd pasted Jack Johnson all over the place,", F. M. , 1945 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 May vol. 66 no. 3406 1945; (p. 26)
1 Untitled i "Though I rarely pay heed to these tribal", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 12 April vol. 65 no. 3348 1944; (p. 26)
1 Cold Heat i "Why have I always to be told", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry satire humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 19 July vol. 65 no. 3362 1944; (p. 26)
1 Bitter-Sweet i "'Twas not the decent thing at all,", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry satire
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 28 June vol. 65 no. 3359 1944; (p. 26)
1 Paradox i "A paradox of war is that", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 21 June vol. 65 no. 3358 1944; (p. 22)
1 Untitled i "Science my triumph yet, although", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 31 May vol. 65 no. 3355 1944; (p. 26)
1 Reversed i "`When wine is in the truth comes out,'", F. M. , 1944 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 29 November vol. 65 no. 3381 1944; (p. 26)
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