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(via 'A few minutes apart on the train … but a world apart in reality' | This is Bristol)
“AS a Clifton resident for 25 years, poet David C Johnson knows the middle-class district as well as anyone, but it was when he left behind the comfortable latte-sipping, knit-your-own Audi world of Whiteladies Road, to explore one of the most economically deprived parts of the city, that he found inspiration for a new poem.
Clifton to Easton contrasts the lives of the wealthy Cliftonians with the down-at-heel cheerfulness of Easton folk.”
(via Clifton vs Easton - Poet faux pas extraordinaire. - HIJACK // Bristol Music Culture)

(via 'A few minutes apart on the train … but a world apart in reality' | This is Bristol)

AS a Clifton resident for 25 years, poet David C Johnson knows the middle-class district as well as anyone, but it was when he left behind the comfortable latte-sipping, knit-your-own Audi world of Whiteladies Road, to explore one of the most economically deprived parts of the city, that he found inspiration for a new poem.

Clifton to Easton contrasts the lives of the wealthy Cliftonians with the down-at-heel cheerfulness of Easton folk.

(via Clifton vs Easton - Poet faux pas extraordinaire. - HIJACK // Bristol Music Culture)