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Saturday, 30 November 2013
Poem: Pool Lifeguard
ever wondered what it was like to work in a swimming pool?
I'm excited about the review in Yorkshire Post page 4, 5th July 2013. Culture and the Guide section reviewing "Guile and Spin". The review is hard copy at the moment, but your library might have it print or online reference.
My grateful thanks to the features editor.
This poem, published by Every Day Poets, was written as a
response to a 1931 painting of Scarborough, UK, by local artist Edward Bawden.
Threatened by decay, it was restored and now hangs in Scarborough Library and
is called locally “The Bawden Map".