These poems, writes John Horrocks, ?draw on a lifetime of immersion in the natural world and its rhythms?, and follow on from Planting the Olives (Frontiers, 2004). In Fracking & Hawk, the poet has added a strong sense of disquiet to his well-known observation of rural life and nature.
This ?deep engagement? is described by Sue Wootton as being, ?beautifully crafted, intelligent, and full of heart?.
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