Two poems, one entitled, Fire! Fire, and beginning, "A red-gold head in the distance gleaming warm" and the other, beginning, "After summer's ruin a fair-haired horseman".

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Craig, Maurice James
Citation:The Bell, Vol. X, No. 5, pp. 383-384, August, 1945
Format: Journal Article
Published: August, 1945
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