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'Spriggan Fair' by Michael Haslam




The poem fuses a physical landscape with a huge sense of the visionery 'beyond' and the poet's magical verbal dexterity is in itself a symphony. James Keerey believes Haslam's 'A Whole Bauble' the most exciting book of the nineties and in this poem you'll see why.

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Pennine Moor near Hebden Bridge
West Yorks.



Poetry Society 2003
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