Today, less than 2 minutes to hear Fleur Adcock read ‘Weatherings’ just go to the 4.20 point in the video and enjoy; or settle for just under 10 minutes and listen to several wonderful readings, not just the one poem. Who is she?

Fleur Adcock writes about men and women, childhood, identity, roots and rootlessness, memory and loss, animals and dreams, as well as our interactions with nature and place. Her poised, ironic poems are remarkable for their wry wit, conversational tone and psychological insight, unmasking the deceptions of love or unravelling family lives.

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