A stormy birth

Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire.

Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire.

According to my mother I was born during a thunderstorm in July, 1944, but allowing for her gift of dramatic exaggeration it is just as likely that the event was accompanied by an unremarkable passing shower of light rain.

Mick has already made an appearance in our blog but today he emailed his biographical information which I’d earlier hinted I was looking forward to receiving. He’s also added another poem and photos so it’s definitely worth calling on Mick again.

Click on The Poets and select Mick Stringer to continue reading about his life and works.

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