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The Remembering Cliffs in The Island Review

Always nice to see a poem I wrote years ago, crop up again. Of all poems I have written  this is a firm favourite, and comes straight from the heart. I wrote it in my late 20s and it has been … Continue reading

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Seventy years of Liberation

It’s Liberation Day in Guernsey, 70 years since those aboard HMS Bulldog accepted the surrender of the Nazi occupiers, and the island’s liberators we welcomed into St Peter Port by a crowd which included my half-starved grandfather. The legacy of bunkers and fortifications … Continue reading

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