Eight Poems for Seven Sisters

In which we discover that ancient barns have no soundproofing at all, while reading poems about the glory of the landscape outside.

Claire Booker reads from her poetry collection A Pocketful of Chalk at the visitor centre at Seven Sisters Country Park, between the downs and the sea.


Fisherman’s Daughter


Breaking Out


Drone Boys


Gaia in the Garden


Green Ray


Grey Heron


On the Centenary of my Teacups


Looking Towards Smock Mill

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