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'After All' by Henry Lawson
   has the opening lines   
The Brooding Ghosts of Australian Night Have Gone from the Bush and Town...
My spirit revives in the morning breeze
'Knocked Up' by Henry Lawson
   has the opening lines   
I'm Lyin' on the Barren Ground That's Baked and Cracked With Drought...
And dunno if my legs or back or heart is most wore out
'Scots of the Riverina' by Henry Lawson
   has the opening lines   
They Were Scots of the Riverina, and to Run from Home Was a Crime...
17 June 1867-2 September 1922
Henry Lawson
   lifespan was   
1867-1922
An Australian writer and poet. "The Loaded Dog" is a favourite often read to Australian school children.
Henry Lawson
   was born in   
Grenfell, Australia
June 17, 1867. An Australian writer and poet.
Henry Lawson
   is known as a   
Writer
Born 1867, died 1922
Henry Lawson
   wrote   
After All
"The brooding ghosts of Australian night have gone from the bush and town; My spirit revives in the morning breeze …"
Henry Lawson
   is buried in   
Waverley Cemetery, Bronte, Australia
Poet and journalist, d. 1922
Henry Lawson
   wrote   
Up the Country
"I am back from up the country -- very sorry that I went"






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