3 poems by Alun Robert

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Alun Robert is a prolific creator of lyrical free-verse achieving success in poetry competitions across the British Isles and America. His work has been published widely in UK, Irish, American and Canadian literary magazines, anthologies and webzines. In 2019, he was a featured writer of the Federation of Writers Scotland.

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