excerpt from 'My end is my beginning' pp. 12 (87 words)

excerpt from 'My end is my beginning' pp. 12 (87 words)

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My end is my beginning

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[The author grew up at Dreibeck, the family farm, in North Yorkshire]

 

For lambing time we were joined by a local vagabond, who slept in a hay loft with his “lil’e dawg”. He was always clean, and went about singing [the popular love song] ‘Bonnie Mary of Argyle’ in a loud raucous voice, but he was quiet and good with sheep. He always went away better dressed than he came, and would go on a drinking spree when he left us.  

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