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Description A beautifully illustrated anthology with a selection of poems ranging from classics like Roald Dahl and Lewis Carroll to exciting new contemporary poets. Ages 6+. more

Poetry

Description From hundreds of poems originally chosen by children from schools around the UK Roger McGough has compiled this collection of contemporary and classic poems. Arranged alphabetically the volume feature... more

Poetry

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Excellent

AdvantagesTop rate questions that deserved thought

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...Poetry is a reminder of our place in the world; written purely for stimulating feelings - for humans by humans. If you haven't already why not walk along a promenade and read aloud Auden, Yeats, Kipling or Byron, bathe in its feeling and creative solecism. Written by real people who lived among us like you and I. The questions I'm attempting to answer in 'poetry' has a creative deepness that may...

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Excellent

“Poetry”

published 22/10/2002

Advantagesgood way to vent feelings

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...I know my poetry isn't great but I tend to write it when I'm having a bad time. Recently went thro the worst stage of my life so far and as a result came up with a few poems. Thought I might share a few with you all here! Sweet Angel ----------- Live for the moment, not for the past Remember the good times, forget the bad The sea will still flow The snowdrops still bloom Snow will...

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Super

“Some of My Poetry”

published 20/10/2006

AdvantagesLove is a good thing

DisadvantagesIt's difficult to know where to draw the line as your kids get older

..., great teacher, cries with me. "Truth is seldom free! Some lessons must be learned others still must be earned. You taught the cub as best you might The rest is now for him to fight." These truths I cannot deny "And Yet..." is still my Hearts reply. ~~~~~~~~ I have always looked forward to my children going out to live their adult lives. It seemed like a spectator sport I could...

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