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Seventy from the 70s Julie Stamp

Seventy from the 70s

Julie Stamp

Published January 7th 2014
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Kindle Edition
61 pages
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Seventy from the 70s is a collection of seventy poems written by a teenage girl in 1970s Britain. Subjects are varied with categories to include Myth & Legend, Hoping and In My World. These easy to understand poems from harder to understandMoreSeventy from the 70s is a collection of seventy poems written by a teenage girl in 1970s Britain. Subjects are varied with categories to include Myth & Legend, Hoping and In My World. These easy to understand poems from harder to understand times are presented here by the poet just as they appear on her original handwritten copies. They offer a fascinating glimpse into the mind of a young schoolgirl growing up in the early 1970s, with subjects as diverse as seagulls and kittens, sunsets and stars as well as the ubiquitous and recurring topic of love, both gained and lost. Let Seventy from the 70s take you back to your own teenage years: to all the confusion, exhilaration and wonder of those long-forgotten times.Julie Stamp lives in SE Kent and is still writing poetry.