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OLD WELSH SONG (Henry Treece - poem) Joan Baez I take with me where I go a pen and a golden bowl; Poet and beggar step in my shoes, or a prince in a purple shawl. I bring with me when I return to the house that my father's hands made, A crooning bird on a crystal bough and Oh, a sad, sad word! (Contributed by =a= - June 2010)

    


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