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Poets" pilgrimage

Poets" pilgrimage

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Published by [Poet Pilgrims"s Society] in [Bristol] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementpoems by Leslie Cambridge ... [et al.] ; illustrated by Cyril Smith.
ContributionsCambridge, Leslie., Poet Pilgrims" Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination31p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18461005M

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First published in A winner of the Poetry News Members' Poems competition on the theme of 'Home', judged by Jane Yeh. Carole Bromley. Carole Bromley's poems have been published in magazines including The Poetry Review, Poetry News, The North, Magma, Mslexia, The Rialto and Smiths Knoll, and she has twice been a winner in the Poetry Business Book and Pamphlet Competition. Dante the Pilgrim is overwhelmed, as he should be, to be so honored and flattered by an invitation to join a group of the most outstanding and exalted poets of the world. Dante the Pilgrim feels unworthy to join this group, but, remember, it was Dante the Poet who issued the invitation.


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