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‘A poem is an approach towards truth. But poems can be funny, witty, quirky and sly. They can be mischevious, tricksterish. Their truths don’t sound like the truths of the courtroom or inquest.’ Kathleen Jamie (Being Alive published by Bloodaxe … Continue reading