Poets have written about a sense of ‘place’ since the first hieroglyphics. Please describe your favourite poem that names a distinct and recognisable spot or region in Britain. Due to copyright laws, we cannot quote full poems, but if you give us the name of the poem, the poet, and where it is published (if known), we will compile poem nominations and assign them a particular geographical location (the more precise, the better). If there is a website link to the full poem, you’re welcome to provide it.
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