The walkabout poem from Winston Plowes today celebrates our togetherness and regrets our isolationist EU decision. Here at Glastonbury we are one, we unite, we are ‘IN people’.
A Field Somewhere in Europe
Wonderful to be at Glasto with the IN people.
Let me stay and relax in the fields of rain.
The stylish rain that soothes our brains
Writing with wine stains from our soul.
After a surprising night drinking demonically
A bat walked to my door wearing a poncho
And an owl flew down to the window.
We’ll have far less in our baskets
Now we’ve left the common market
Fewer tantalising treats for our tongues,
Meeting our fate in the dwindling grass.
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