Carolyn Huane21 February 2016
A poem written about Carolyn Huane.
differentiating wasps and bees
“Which school are you from?” Peter asked. “Fitzroy High School,” I responded naively. “Oh, never heard of it,” he said, drawling, “I’m from Scotch College. It was nice to meet you but I have to go.”
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