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By: Lori Crasnich

A Few Years In The Life of a Protest Poet

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'I began writing poetry/ditties shortly after moving down to Cornwall back in 1977. It's amazing how inspirational the lapping of the tidal waves can be. Whilst working on a building, I began writing poems about all the different workers on the toilet walls. These were humorous and inoffensive, and although I'd written about the gaffer, he must have liked them, as he never sacked me. 

'The pandemic caused me to put my thoughts down on paper, ranging from what we've done to this planet and its wildlife, to how the Government has dealt with each situation, good or bad.' 

Lori Crasnich

Lori Crasnich was born in a village called Torsa, in northern Italy, in 1951. In 1955, his family came to England, settling in Birmingham.
In 1977, on a whim, he moved to Cornwall and worked as a waiter, where he met his Cornish wife, Maureen. They were in the pub trade for 15 years and married for 20 years, before their marriage broke up.
Lori is now living back in Birmingham, happily married to his new wife Phyllis. He has always enjoyed writing poetry and short stories, since the early ’eighties. He goes with the theory that we all have a story inside us, ‘screaming’ to get out.

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