The people's poet of Lark Lane
The life and times of Liverpool's beer garden bard
Dear members — today’s story is about Tony Chestnut Brown, a man best known for his poetry. His story offers an insight into what it’s like to live life on the fringes of society in Liverpool, amongst homeless people and drug dealers, and how childhood events can change our lives.
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