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In Down The Place, a young man in a club watches the dancers and recalls his days of drifting from bar to bar, fruit machine to fruit machine. As he drinks, he is haunted by memories of brief love and heartache, reaches its lonely end.

Paddy Summerfield's poetic journey, full of contradiction, echoes the ebb and flow of youth in the contemporary world.


About the Author

Paddy Summerfield
courgine Oxford

Publish Date  February 20, 2014

Dimensions  Pocket  56 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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