Fenland’s Poet Laureate compiling collection of poetry to remember great sacrifices of First World War

11:37 15 May 2014

Poppy Kleiser. Picture: Steve Williams.

Poppy Kleiser. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Fenland’s Poet Laureate is putting together a collection of poetry to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.

Poppy Kleiser, of Wisbech, is urging other poets to submit poetry to the East Anglian War Poetry Collection.

Submissions must be sent to poetlaureatepoemsforpeace@gmail.com by July 1.

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