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  • Issue 50

Point of View

Poet Victoria Adukwei Bulley describes a scene from her local library.
Words by George Upton. Photograph by Cian Oba-Smith.

I’m sitting in the gardens of Lea Bridge Library in east London. It’s late summer and I’m shaded by the tall trees, looking up at an intensely blue sky. With the red brick of the library, it makes for a wonderfully colorful palette. There’s a wooden climbing frame for children to climb and large rocks and plants of different heights, and from here I can see both the Victorian row houses and Lea Bridge Road, so it feels residential and


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