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The Norfolk Salt Marshes - Land of the long lone levels | 16-Jun-11

Enquirer has a poem called "The Norfolk Salt Marshes" which begins:

"Land of the long lone levels
That stretch to the distant sea,
Haunt of the blue-grey heron,
Desolate, windswept, free..."

It is attributed to A. E. Pinnington.  The enquirer would like to know more about the poet, have they written anything else?

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