A poem by Alan Whitfield: Have you ever


A Poem By Alan Whitfield

Have you ever

Severn ways out,
just a weekend stay,
layers of family history,
is there a brick for every vacationist.
Like a bad occupation
the circle centred by the square,
Lancaster straight-laced.
Cobbles gone.
Jackdaws’ flown.
As chip fat retches eyes.
Its only one way
and its easy to say.

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