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Read Poem: Li-si-bi-fi-fac-man, by John White

Li-si-bi-fi-fac-man (pron. ‘Lissy Biffy Fackman’) Some of us take many years to work out who we are. Some, like me, lack wisdom: some bear a different scar. I’m just over sixty, and I’ve finally worked it out I’m a ‘li-si-bi-fi-fac-man’ – there’s a few of … Continue reading

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