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Troubled Waters by Fred Brown
Full description:A Yorkshire dialect poem written by Huddersfield poet Fred Brown (1893-1980) describing the frosty relationship between weavers and menders employed in the local textile industry. Printed in 'Songs of the Factory and the Loom' 1943 (p14). The poem is 6 lines in length. The ends of Lines 1, 2, 4 and 6 rhyme, and the ends of lines 3 and 4 rhyme.
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It was self-published in 1943 in a book called 'Songs of the Factory and the Loom' by Fred Brown.
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|ISBN (International Standard Book Number)||ISBN 0902707175|