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    [post_date] => 2018-12-19 16:34:41
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    [post_content] => We’ll meet again
Don’t know where, don’t know when
But I know we’ll meet again
some sunny day.
Keep smiling through,
just like you always do,
‘Till the blue skies drive the dark clouds
far away

So will you please say hello
to the folks that I know
tell them I won’t be long.
they’ll be happy to know 
That as you saw me go,
I was singing this song

We’ll meet again
Don’t know where, don’t know when
But I know we’ll meet again
    [post_title] => < Vera >
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    [post_modified] => 2019-07-11 16:03:47
    [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-11 16:03:47
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            [wpcf-summary-description] => Words taken in the order of the Fibonacci sequence from We’ll Meet Again by Vera Lynn. 

This poem is commended in the Bletchley Park poetry challenge on Young Poets Network (YPN).

So Mayer, who wrote and judged the challenge, said that of this poem, “Very clever indeed: using the Fibonacci sequence as a generative constraint to uncover a haunting poem encoded, like a secret love letter, in ‘We’ll Meet Again.’ Gets the reader listening carefully for further secret codes!”
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            [ID] => 19742
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            [surname] => 
            [title] => Jack Cooper
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            [content] => Jack is the third-prize winner of the Carol Ann Duffy challenge on Young Poets Network, judged by Mari Hughes-Edwards, and celebrating Duffy's legacy as Poet Laureate. He is also commended in the Bletchley Park challenge on Young Poets Network, judged by So Mayer; commended in the moon poetry challenge, judged by Nii Parkes; and commended again in the Mary Wollstonecraft challenge on Young Poets Network, written and judged by Bee Rowlatt of the Mary on the Green campaign.
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    [ID] => 19742
    [forename] => 
    [surname] => 
    [title] => Jack Cooper
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    [content] => Jack is the third-prize winner of the Carol Ann Duffy challenge on Young Poets Network, judged by Mari Hughes-Edwards, and celebrating Duffy's legacy as Poet Laureate. He is also commended in the Bletchley Park challenge on Young Poets Network, judged by So Mayer; commended in the moon poetry challenge, judged by Nii Parkes; and commended again in the Mary Wollstonecraft challenge on Young Poets Network, written and judged by Bee Rowlatt of the Mary on the Green campaign.
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< Vera >

Jack Cooper

We’ll meet again
Don’t know where, don’t know when
But I know we’ll meet again
some sunny day.
Keep smiling through,
just like you always do,
‘Till the blue skies drive the dark clouds
far away

So will you please say hello
to the folks that I know
tell them I won’t be long.
they’ll be happy to know
That as you saw me go,
I was singing this song

We’ll meet again
Don’t know where, don’t know when
But I know we’ll meet again