Abstract: Dannie Abse Seren (Poetry Wales Press), £14.95, pp 255 ISBN 1–85411–108–6 The last time I walked along the beach at Ogmore in South Glamorgan I was depressed by the muddy Bristol Channel and by the debris - a disposable nappy wallowing at the water's edge, and a slight oily film on the rock pools. My youngest child was entranced by a one clawed crab, a victim perhaps of senseless seagull brutality or a mutant tribute to pollution. But for Dannie Abse in Intermittent Journals the beach at Ogmore is a rainswept spiritual home, a place of secure memories …
Keywords: child / Dannie Abse / Intermittent Journals / beach at Ogmore
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