Scottish Poetry Library
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Poems by Billy Collins, Imtiaz Dharker, Elaine Feinstein, Robert Frost, Louise Glück, Robert Hass, W.N. Herbert, Sarah Jackson, Deryn Rees-Jones and Michael Symmons Roberts.
Five Nonsense Poems is for children of all ages, and indeed for anyone who enjoys being silly!
This title from Candlestick Press features poems chosen by pupils at Headington School and the selection includes contributions written by the students and their English teacher.
Edited by Jackie Kay and containing two new poems she has written specially for the anthology, this moving selection is allied to a compelling cause in the wake of a tragic death.
If your lover has behaved like a rat, your boss has sacked you, or your siblings are maligning you, then Thirteen Poems of Revenge is definitely, unambiguously, moustache-twirlingly for you.
Poems that evoke the complexities of how we feel about home – selected by Mahendra Solanki.
Jane McKie has published 3 collections of poems. This is her second pamphlet published by Mariscat Press.
Poems by Edwin Brock, Polly Clark, Elizabeth Jennings, Jackie Kay, Lorraine Mariner, Alden Nowlan, May Sarton, Stevie Smith, Derek Walcott and Emily Wills.
John Lewis-Stempel’s The Wood in Winter is a beautiful piece of nature writing about the life of a wood in bleak midwinter.
Meticulously observed and celebrated in precise and lyrical language, this is an extended meditation on a single tree across all its seasons.
Ten Poems about Bicycles covers many different aspects of the bicycle, and the affection and loyalty that bicycles have inspired in their riders and in poetry.
A pamphlet of ten irresistible poems about the joys of knitting.