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Pot Luck

Roger McGough presents a pot luck of poetry from Byron and Keats to Charles Tomlinson. Producer Sally Heaven.

30 minutes

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Sun 18 Mar 2018 16:30

This Week's Poems

 

The Destruction of Sennacherib               

By Lord Byron   

From Lord Byron – Selected Poems

Published by Bloomsbury

 

The Field Mouse

by Gillian Clarke               

From Modern Women Poets

Published by Bloodaxe Books    

 

If We Must Die                 

By Claude McKay            

From American Poetry and Prose

Published by Houghton Mifflin

 

En Route                                             

By Thomas Blackburn    

From Thomas Blackburn – Selected Poems

Published by Carcanet

 

Morning Song of Senlin

By Conrad Aitken

Taken from http://www.bartleby.com/104/126.html

 

The Drunk on the Train 

By Paul Bura      

From The Drunk on the Train and Other Poems

Published by Bosgo Press

 

Acts                                      

By Paul Henry   

From The Brittle Sea – New and Selected Poems

Published by Seren

 

On the Beach at Fontana             

By James Joyce

From JoyceChoyce – The Poems in Verse and Prose of James Joyce

Published by Kyle Cathie Limited

 

Eurydice to Orpheus

by Robert Browning

The Poetical Works of Robert Browning Vol II

Published by John Murray

 

The Knowledge of Water            

By Pauline Stainer           

From The Lady and the Hare

Published by Bloodaxe Books

 

Poster 1                              

By Lee Harwood

From Crossing the Frozen River

Published by Paladin

 

Autumn Piece                  

By Charles Tomlinson

From Charles Tomlinson – Selected Poems 1951-1974

Published by Oxford University Press

 

To Sleep                                              

By John Keats   

Taken from http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/173752

 

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Presenter Roger McGough
Producer Sally Heaven

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