Woman In A Café

Laura Bruno Lilly, for whom the issue of homelessness is close to her heart, has done me the great honour of sharing my poem Woman In A Café on her blog. The poem was inspired by the memory of a woman who used to come into the café that I frequented in my lunch hour some years ago when I worked in Manchester.

You can read it (and also check out more of Laura’s great posts) at the link below:

http://laurabrunolilly.com/giving-voice-woman-in-a-cafe-poem/

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9 thoughts on “Woman In A Café

  1. Read the poem and loved it. Your ability to capture so many different facets of the brief intersection of those two worlds and evoke such a variety of emotions in just a few stanzas is a testament to your talent.

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