Tag: National Poetry Day 2013

by Kathleen Jamie
And when at last the road / gives out, I’ll walk – / harsh grass, sea-maws, / lichen-crusted bedrock – / / and hole up the cold / summer...
by Diana Hendry
(for Ruairidh, who asked) / / Wobbling like a wobbly jelly / Being a bucket for the rain / Sending flash-backs to the sun / Cheeking the sky / Giving the...
by Kapka Kassabova
which / / has over 300 natural lakes / / is one of the oldest countries in Europe / / has something for everyone, in every season / / occupies the north-east...
by Maoilios Caimbeul
Smaoinich air tuil, smaoinich air tobar, / smaoinich air muileann, ’s i ’g obair ’s ag obair; / / smaoinich air d’ fhuil ’s i...
by George Campbell Hay
She’s a solan, she’s a tramper, she’s a sea-shaker, / she’s a hawk, she’s a hammer, she’s a big-sea-breaker, / she’s a falcon, she’s...
by Thomas A. Clark
lapping of the little waves / breaking of the little waves / spreading of the little waves / idling of the little waves / / rippling of the little...
by Don Paterson
You can read this poem at www.donpaterson.com...
Syndicate content