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Issue Details: First known date: 1921... vol. 5 no. 56 July 1921 of Birth : A Little Journal of Australian Poetry est. 1916 Birth : A Little Journal of Australian Poetry
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* Contents derived from the 1921 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
To Jennings Carmichael (1921)i"Even to-day, when commerce stifles dreams,", Henry Tate , single work poetry (p. 57)
The Secret Pagei"Loud winds, escaped from slinking winter's ken,", Gerald Byrne , single work poetry (p. 57)
Gray Lighti"Out in the bush, this night,", Nettie Palmer , single work poetry (p. 58-59)
Plunderi"The fisherman leans backward on his cord;", Furnley Maurice , single work poetry (p. 59)
The Lass of Allandalei"The road runs fair by Pleasant bare", W. H. Joyce , single work poetry (p. 60-61)
Visitanti"I saw the moon come floating, faint and white", Vance Palmer , single work poetry (p. 61)
The Tell-Talei"Who slipped across the gully then", Elsie Clarice Cole , single work poetry (p. 61)
Thoughts for Pansiesi"This is for pansies", Frederick T. Macartney , single work poetry (p. 62)
Note: Published with alternate title: 'For Pansies'.
Editorial Notes, Louis Lavater , single work review
— Review of Rhymes and Ramblings H. W. Stewart , 1921 selected work poetry prose ;
(p. 62-64)
My Libraryi"An Eastern window where the morning sun", H. W. Stewart , single work poetry (p. 64)

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