Guildhall Portsmouth – a poetry reading

"Light streams from between the colonnades like flames. It might be sunbeams through the Guildhall's ribs..."


Sue Spiers is an established member of the Open University Poetry Society. She recently read this poem at the live event: The Acoustic Fire Camp, by the Front Room.

This poem 'Guildhall Portsmouth' is based on Edward King, an inmate in an asylum.


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