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Child Crying: a reflection on fatherhood from the 1950s which breaks all the stereotypes…

My daughter cries, and I Lift her from where she lies, Carry her here and there, Talk nonsense endlessly. And still she cries and cries In rage, mindlessly. A trivial anguish, found In every baby-book. But, at a fortnight old, … Continue reading

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