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Simon Armitage savours spring 'ecstasy and melancholy' on World Poetry Day
by Tobi Thomas
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21 March 2023
On 21 March 2023 The Guardian reported:
The poet laureate, Simon Armitage, has written a new poem which pays homage to spring, in celebration of World Poetry Day. Plum Tree Among the Skyscrapers is the first in a collection of poems inspired by blossom and commissioned by the National Trust. Its publication marks the beginning of the Trust's annual blossom campaign, in which the charity will vow to bring blossom back to landscapes across the UK by planting 20m trees by 2030 to help tackle both the climate and nature crises.
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... Armitage said: 'The National Trust is one of the great British institutions, a guardian of our past, present, and future. When I became poet laureate in 2019, I made the environment a cornerstone of my work and my activities, so to be working with the National Trust on a project that celebrates the annual renewal of the natural world was a perfect fit.'
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