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Ravaging the Urban Wildscape

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These poems are an ode as well a lament for the wildlife that clings to the shreds of habitat proffered in our urban settings. There is an urgent need to nurture the wild things that inhabit patches of garden and squeeze through cracks in the pavement. Jessica hopes in 20 years time we will still hear a blackbird sing. Jessica Lawrence is a transatlantic poet, having divided her life between New York and London. Her poetry has been published in various periodicals including: Poetry Life, Ragged Raven Press, Cinnamon Press, Poetry on the Lake and The Sunday Times Magazine. Praise for "Dreams of Flight"...... "I love these poems, so vibrant, the language crackling like lightening on power lines,..I want to drink in Lawrence's poems again, and again." Jim Ciletti, President of Poetry West, Colorado Springs, USA and author of "Crack of Dawn" and "Sunfire."

Ravaging the Urban Wildscape
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  • Category: Poetry
  • Published: Jun 14, 2011
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  • Print Length: 1 Pages
  • Language: English
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