GLOUCES­TER­SHIRE PO­ETS IN­SPIRED BY NA­TURE

Cotswold Life - - COTSWOLD COUNTRYSIDE -

Lau­rie Lee

- ‘O the wild trees of my home / Forests of blue di­vid­ing the pink moon’ WH Davies

– ‘What is this life if, full of care/ We have no time to stand and stare’ Ivor Gur­ney

– ‘There was such beauty in the dap­pled val­ley/ As hurt the sight, the heart stabbed to tears’ Pam Ayres

– ‘The wildlife in our gar­den, it fills me with de­light/ The spar­rowhawk at­tacks by day, the munt­jac comes at night’ Wilfrid Wil­son Gib­son (Dy­mock Po­ets) – ‘As one, at mid­night, wak­ened by the call/of golden-plovers in their sea­ward flight.

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