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I remember vividly being shocked when my brother played this track. Apparently, it was probably 1966, though I thought it might be earlier. By that time, my family had moved from the Midlands to Berkshire and my brother, who had joined the Royal Air Force as a “Boy Entrant” had become the bitter man he seems to be today. 659 more words
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Ellen Birkett Morris writes poetry, fiction and short plays from her home in Louisville, Kentucky. Morris is the author of Surrender (Finishing Line Press). Her poetry has appeared in Thin Air Magazine, The Clackamas Literary Review, Juked, Alimentum, Gastronomica, and Inscape.