Jabberwocky by Lewis Caroll.* A riot of imagination from the author of Alice in wonderland.
I’m nobody! Who are you? by Emily Dickinson.new Brief and amusing.
Leisure by W H Davies is often quoted. It starts, What is this life …
Adlestrop – a poem set on a quiet railway line from a bygone era by Edward Thomas.
How do I love thee? – a reflective poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost.
Alexander Pope was an English poet and satirist, who is considered one of the most prominent of the early 18th century. Click icon for an introduction of a couple of his poems. new
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Click the icon on the left for a collection of poems by Jason, a local poet living in Lincolnshire.
They are pithy and readable reflections on experiences of life.
Wind On The Hill by A. A. Milne – author of Winnie the Pooh.
Be Proud Of Who You Are by S. Raine
The Galloping Cat by Stevie Smith. A humorous lesson in differing views.
As I Watch You Grow by Kay Theese