Sarah-Jane Dobner shares her second poetry collection, this time inspired by a trip to Kalymnos.
Over Easter, I spent two weeks on the climbing paradise of Kalymnos, a Greek Island off the coast of Turkey. Whilst Britain basked in a heatwave, 40 mph gales blew non-stop from the North. I was sick for most of the trip, yet climbed three grades harder than I've ever led. There are chapels everywhere on the island, but underneath, an Ancient brutality. It was a curate's egg.
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