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Strange times – celebrations – love – loss and poetry

Thank goodness that the sparkle of light on leaves can still lift my mood. A walk on the beach and sunlight on the sea has the same effect.                            … Continue reading

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Blackpool Illuminations

  A poem about Blackpool illuminations,  I think I wrote it about five years ago and it rhymes! I spent several summer seasons  as a child  in a holiday flat overlooking the North Pier where my parents were performing with … Continue reading

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