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Introduction to 50 sonnets for liberals in troubled times

2016 was a shocker. Watching the vile rabble-rousing debates about Brexit was repugnant, the morning of the loss, grief-inducing. At that moment I, like many other optimistically outward-looking friends who understand how co-operation in Europe has given us peace and … Continue reading

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Lyonesse – A Sonnet

Lyonesse I was wrong about the blind right, thinking them haters and racists. No, some believe all will be well – we’ll have perpetual spring – a world full of golden light. How naïve! Though in some ways a relief, … Continue reading

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A Long Journey Left – an experiment in political awakening

(Below is the first time I have ever written autobiographically about the political beliefs instilled in me from early on. Not deliberately instilled, just taken for granted that they were right. It is part of a larger programme. But that whole … Continue reading

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