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Protected: New poetry by Andrew Forster

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Excerpt from The Open Places by Dominic Cooper

The idea of the Old Wood never quite lets go.  Its shadow is always there, pressing imperceptibly at the margins of what is light and conscious in us.

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Eight West Dorset Church Porches by Alison Bunning and Virginia Astley

Stepping between diagonal buttresses
they climb the lichened steps
below the swallows’ nests and crenellations
to the shrine of St Wite.

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