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The winding roads of Cotswolds | 23-Apr-12

The winding roads of Cotswolds
go climbing to the hills,
and some of them are lonely
where the silence spills.

But there are open spaces
Where the soul may breathe in deep
And sheltered spinneys full of dreams
and meadowland for sleep

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There was a poem like this about local roads by a Gloucestershire based Georgian poet called JW Haines. It might be this one as the metre sounds the same. If you contact Gloucester City Library they'll be able to find it for you, as they have his work.
Rennie Parker


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