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John Henry Gray
Poems The Flying Fish Mane Nobiscum Domine To Arthur Edmonds Biographical information Given name: John Henry Family name: Gray Birth date: 9 March 1866 Death date: 14 June 1934 Languages English French German Latin Education Roan Grammar School: 1878 to 1879 Scots College, Rome, Italy: 1898 to 1900 Religion: Roman Catholic: 1890 Literary period: Victorian Occupations Man of Letters Priest: 1901

the health-food diner
No sprouted wheat and soya shoots
And Brussels in a cake,
Carrot straw and spinach raw,... [read poem]
old folks laugh
They have spent their
content of simpering,
holding their lips this
and that way, win... [read poem]
the violin
The Violin, all good musicians say,
While yet in babyhood you must begin;
And so, ... [read poem]
to arthur edmonds
Geranium, houseleek, laid in oblong beds
On the trim grass. The daisies' leprous stain
Is ... [read poem]
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