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POEM A DAY: FRIDGE

POEM A DAY: FRIDGE

“I haunt my own home, silent but for the buzzing / of the fridge with the wine in it, with the secret/ light no one can see until they open the door.”

- Caroline Bird, The Air Year

Today’s daily poem in our LGBTQ+ poets series for #pridemonth is from Caroline Bird's The Air Year, reviewed in our Spring magazine. A brilliant twitter recommendation from PBS member Leeanne Quinn!

What’s your favourite lockdown poem? Send us your suggestions for a chance be a future guest curator of our #dailypoem.

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