Poem: Goodbye Dear Box

A poem written by Joan Pearson on the occasion of the closure of the A.B.C. Aston, Birmingham in 1969.

Goodbye dear box 'this soon we part /
To leave behind a broken heart /
With no more laughter in our voice /
We have to go we have no choice /
But your dear soul will still remain /
As we all say this last refrain, /
Goodbye

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Poem: Goodbye Dear Box

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Description

A poem written by Joan Pearson on the occasion of the closure of the A.B.C. Aston, Birmingham in 1969.

Goodbye dear box 'this soon we part /
To leave behind a broken heart /
With no more laughter in our voice /
We have to go we have no choice /
But your dear soul will still remain /
As we all say this last refrain, /
Goodbye

Source

Joan and Bill Pearson's scrap books

Publisher

The University of Warwick

Date

19/09/2017

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Language

English

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Image

Coverage

1969

Original Format

Hand-written poem

Citation

The Projection Project, “Poem: Goodbye Dear Box,” Projection Project, accessed May 22, 2019, https://projectionproject.warwick.ac.uk/items/show/491.

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