Scottish Poetry Library
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These are poems for anyone who loves to bake, as much as for those who simply appreciate the glory of a well-made Victoria Sponge.
A bouquet is a welcome and beautiful thing, but the beauty is inevitably short-lived. This delightful mini-anthology, however, is guaranteed never to wither.
These poems are sure to delight every art lover, reminding us that any painting worth its salt has a thousand different meanings.
These ten poems take us to the heart of human experience with all the passion of the Russian spirit.
This beautiful mini-anthology ventures off the beaten track with poems that will be new to many readers.
These beguiling poems are arranged in pairs so they speak to each other across the page – rather like a husband and wife engrossed in conversation across an old kitchen table.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it both? Neither?
Poems that capture all the light and shade of love; poems to make you think and feel.
Poems to set the pulse racing.
George Szirtes’ ingenious project of subjecting thirty canonical poets to a high-intensity workout provides brilliant and often hilarious results.
This rich and varied mini-anthology captures rivers in all their beauty and grandeur.
John Greening’s wonderfully varied selection of poems explores sheds from every imaginable angle.