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July 08, 2009


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That is a lovely poem, it was read at church on Sunday after our open gardens day in Yorkshire. Your own garden looks as if it is destined for glory, you are working really hard and I'm looking forward to watching your progress. Hope the weather is on your side.

Colin Morrell

This poem, like so many others, is a real treat when read quietly and with care. Just like 'O To Be In England.' Expressive, not over written and excessively wordy. A poem that our children could easily learn and remember for the rest of their lives.

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