Bermuda Voices, Island Writers: Essay --- Kim Aubrey | Numéro Cinq
Hamilton, Bermuda Mother Tongue by Jane Downing Forget the language that you learned in school of England’s green hills, violets, cold grey sea. Forget the nightingales, the Grecian urns, the cataract, the darling buds of May. The time has come to name your world, your life. The time has come to learn your mother tongue.
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