Tony Harrison (1937 - / Leeds / England)
How you became a poet's a mystery!
Wherever did you get your talent from?
I say: I had two uncles, Joe and Harry-
one was a stammerer, the other dumb.
Submitted by Scott Dagostino
Submitted: Monday, January 13, 2003
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