Nation's Ode to the Coast
Poem by Dr John Cooper Clarke
A big fat sky and a thousand shrieks
The tide arrives and the timber creaks
A world away from the working week
Où est la vie nautique?
That’s where the sea comes in…
More : https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/our-coastal-poem
The wordless man
A Poem by Kay B
hitherto and heed.
this man with no greed.
face as mere as ants,
but heart as written so.
forthwith and in the now,
with a chest in the wrong place,
our brains midst logic and reason,
and mouths spurting mace.
for this man has trees that grow from his apple,
and lyrics that tie themselves to the oak,...
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View from a train, Dec 2016
Poem by Steve Page
(We're being held here to regulate the service.)
A captive audience,
I soaked in the silent stories
framed beyond the glass -
a snap shot of slow life
at apparent ease with itself.
(We apologise for any inconvenience caused.)
Where am I?
More : https://hellopoetry.com/stevejeff/