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An old house in the Cotswolds - CPW | 16-Oct-12

Enquirer has some verses written by a poet they only know as CPW.
They would like to find out what CPW stands for and find out some more about the poet.

An old house in the Cotswolds,
rests dreaming in the dusk,
Fragrance sweet of lavender
and perfume of the musk". CPW 1951

God protect this house
Till a snail hath gone round the world
and an ant hath such a thirst ~
that she drinks up the whole sea.  CPW

Old I am, so very old,
Here centuries have been,
Mysteries my walls enfold,
None know the deeds that I have seen.  CPW

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CPW is Charles Paget Wade
Martin Keegan


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