Volume 2, Number 2, Winter 1965
Written for Mary Scott Hair -- "Samanthy" -- who uses the old kettle now and then to dye rug rags.
'Tis said six thousand years ago
'Twas 1850 -- that I know -
That black dye kettle was a wonderous thing!
Now, her grave is shown by a pretty stone,
George Nicholas Rees
|The black dye kettle of George Nicholas Rees' poem, and its present owner, Mary Scott Hair, dyeing a batch of rug rags.|
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