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Issue Details: First known date: 1910... 1910 Straws on the Stream
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  • The 1910 and subsequent editions of this title contain an entirely new set of poems and so should not be regarded as a new edition of the 1907 work, but as a separate publication

Contents

* Contents derived from the Sydney, New South Wales,:W. E. Smith , 1910 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Lines Addressed to Sir Alfred Stephen on His 90th Birthdayi"FRIEND, gliding near me on life's widening stream,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 18-19)
* Contents derived from the Dubbo, Dubbo area, Wellington - Dubbo - Narromine area, Central West NSW, New South Wales,:Review Publications , 1986 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Straws on the Streami"THE scatter'd straws from richer cargoes strown,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 11)
"Pen" - 60th Birthdayi"FROM youth to age, in calm and storm, in fine and cloudy", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 12-13)
"The Defence of Rorke's Drift" : A Reverie in the Art Galleryi"HAIL, thoughtful wanderer, to these halls of Art,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 14-16)
The Burning of the Garden Palace : 22nd September, 1882i"RUINS! Alas we have been wont to say,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 17-18)
Lines Addressed to Sir Alfred Stephen on His 90th Birthdayi"FRIEND, gliding near me on life's widening stream,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 18-19)
In Memoriam : F.L. Wisei"As when Judea's widows mourned as dead", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 20)
Easter Rain on the Bogani"LONG months, aye years, of dreary dearth", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 20-21)
In Memory of My Father : 1775-1869i"FOURSCORE and fourteen years he trod", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 22)
On a Blind Girl Working for the Seamen's Unioni"YES, she is blind! You well might doubt her doom,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 23-24)
The Ides of March : A.D. 1896i"DEAR BOB, you tell me I must write to you,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 24-25)
Broken Oars : An Imitationi"DRIFTING with the ebbing tide, drifting with the tide,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 25-26)
Silencei"DIVINELY varied are the forms of speech,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 26-27)
Home After a Short Absencei"MY home in the desert, my beautiful home!", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 27-28)
In Memoriami"GRIEF laid her hand upon a stately head,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 28)
Spring-Timei"LIGHT and short our Winter's sleeping,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 29)
A Leafi"OH Mother Linden, hold me fast,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 30)
31st December 31st December, 1883i"OPEN the beautiful gates of the West,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 31)
How the Match was Madei"WHILE young Christmas, long ago,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 31-32)
Autumn in England : 1st November, 1837i"Another bright summer for ever has fled,", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 32-33)
My Mother's Birthday : 1st November, 1840i"Happy the babe that closes its young eyes", Emily Mary Barton , single work poetry (p. 34-35)

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