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The Fireside | 22-Dec-05

Enquirer thinks that the author of this poem was called Bradbury. The poem begins

"In the embers' drowsy glow,
Firy figures come and go,
Quiver into crimson light..."

Our enquirer remembers reading the poem in an anthology in the school library in around 1961.

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Do you know this poem? Do you have any clues to help us find it?


Comments:

Now a goblin now a night,while the winter winds make moan and the clock ticks on and on.
Learnt from Beryl Cook (as in Terry and June and the Boyfriend)
Elocution teacher at Grays Convent around 1955
trying to remember what comes next
Sue D


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