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Source: The Australian Woman's Mirror, 10 January, 1928, p. 10
Edith Mary England Edith Mary England i(A2514 works by) (a.k.a. Edith Mary Bertie; Edith Mary Anders; E. M. England)
Born: Established: 1899 Townsville, Townsville area, Marlborough - Mackay - Townsville area, Queensland, ; Died: Ceased: 1981
Gender: Female
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1 The Masterpiece Edith Mary England , single work short story
1 Curlews At Kenmore i "I hear you, singers of the moon, the starlight,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 106)
1 Lines For Father's Day i "In sunset's poignant hour unspoken query", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 105)
1 Veteran i "What, again, O grizzled warrior?", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 104)
1 Rain At Dusk i "Rain past my window, bursting into spray", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 100)
1 In The Strongroom i "In the strongroom it is deathly quiet.", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 98)
1 Mother's Day i "Sometimes, as days speed by me", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 96)
1 Flood Rain i "Beyond my window drones the flooded night -", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 92)
1 Calm Day i "Only March has silent days like these,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 91)
1 The Restless i "For us unrest is rest: the unsaid word,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 90)
1 In Flinders Street i "In Flinders Street the wind is bleak,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 89)
1 Cuckoo And Poet i "Cuckoo calling late in the night silence", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 88)
1 Pallid Cuckoos i "Where Melbourne's gardens cluster bleak and pale", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 87)
1 Cuckoos In The City i "With Springtime sauntering through park and street", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 86)
1 Night On A Terrace i "Here on the terrace when the night is late,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 84)
1 The Driven i "Thus an old-timer told me how the lean", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 82)
1 Red Cloud Over Foundry i "Over this human hive in the hush of evening,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 81)
1 Neon Fish i "All day long he floats above that awning,", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 80)
1 In Martin Place i "Flags flutter from the eaves in Martin Place.", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 79)
1 NIght On The Dunes i "Night comes tranquilly out here on the dunes", Edith Mary England , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Where the Old Road Ran; and Other Poems 1970; (p. 78)
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