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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    One observation. The title doesn't seem to match. What am I missing?
    See the second post, first line of the last verse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    See the second post, first line of the last verse.
    Ahh...of the poem. I enjoyed the narrative so much I didn't do my research on the inspiration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by petergrimes View Post
    Mr Bloggsworth,

    you are, to my knowledge, the first person who has ever made the connection on the whole of WF (I actually live on Curlew River) - despite my mentioning it in my hello message (although I assume not many read those). I read somewhere that he actually based the Opera on a poem! Which is weirdly fitting since I started writing poetry since I joined WF. To be honest I don't like Opera but I like the Sea Shanties from Grimes and I've gradually built up some knowledge of it from when Radio 3 and Classic Fm play Opera concurrently (should be a law against it). I do like Britten though, the Interlude in Ceremony of Carols sticks in the mind just now. I don't know much about him though, but much more now thanks to you. Cheers much appreciated. I suppose that car you drive must feel quite modern to you. Good innings, keep churning out the runs. All the best PG
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