Marshside Hills by David Walshe

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Poem from issue #1 of The Broken Spine Artist Collective

David Walshe is from Southport, and takes inspiration for the majority of his work from his passion for local history and the journeys he has found himself on during his research. David, a self-employed builder by day, has also been published by Black Bough Poetry during 2019. Proud father of two and husband to Lisa, he is often found singing and dancing in the kitchen, much to the dismay of his six year old daughter.

Twitter: @DJWalshe

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