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The Mighty Dead

On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer

Read by Simon Russell Beale

On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer - John Keats - Read by Simon Russell Beale
The Mighty Dead

Ulysses

Read by Simon Russell Beale

Ulysses - Alfred Tennyson - Read by Simon Russell Beale
Poem
Antonio, Duke of Milan - Holly Hopkins
Poem
It’s Chinatown - Flora de Falbe
Poet

8 poems available

A poem is not its words, but the ringing it leaves behind.

Interview

Jean Sprackland talks about her inspiration and process for writing poetry.

Poet

Kamau Brathwaite

B. 1930 D. 2020

3 poems available

His technique dazzles, and through the handling of rhythm and image he makes the world his own, and ours - The Sunday Times

Poet

4 poems available

Joyous, brilliant and moving -- Costa Prize judges

Poet

3 poems available

Celebratory, mournful, critical and tender - Poetry London

Poet

D. H. Lawrence

B. 1885 D. 1930

1 poem available

Not every man has gentians in his house in Soft September, at slow, Sad Michaelmas. - D.H. Lawrence 'Bavarian Gentians'

Poet

6 poems available

'Completely original, both very funny and existentially bleak. No-one else is writing poems remotely like these'. Magma

Poet

Jane Yeh

B. 1971

4 poems available

Poetry so unsettling, describing worlds so troubling and lonely, is seldom as funny, clever, and downright charming as Jane Yeh's. - Aingeal Clare

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