Scottish Poetry Library
Download these PDF posters to print on A4 or A3.
Cover corridors, stick on fridges, pop up above the kettle at work; put them anywhere you think other readers will enjoy an unexpected few minutes of poetry.
Perfect for those mad weeks in our lives. A line from Rudyard Kipling's most popular poem, If--.
Grace Nichol's Like a Beacon represented Guyana in our 2012 Olympics project.
A perfect poem poster for International Women's Day - this line is from a poem by Anne Stevenson from Best Scottish Poems 2008.
A line from Kathleen Jamie's wonderful poem, The Queen of Sheba.
Here's a poster about light and enlightenment with a line from Edwin Morgan.
The perfect poster for Valentine's Day.
Here's a couple of warm glowing phrases plucked from Alasdair Paterson's poem 'on the library'.
Alasdair Paterson's lovely long shining poem about libraries at night.
Here's a poster celebrating the potential for libraries to shape the future. It uses a phrase from the poem 'The Welcome' by Edwin Morgan.
One of our favourite phrases from Lewis Carroll's 'Jabberwocky'.
A companion poster to our International Version of Robert Burns's last verse of 'A Man's a Man For A' That.
Robert Burns is not just admired by Scots - his poems have been translated into many languages.