Instead of a Card Poetry Pamphlets

Ten Poems About Art

These poems are sure to delight every art lover, reminding us that any painting worth its salt has a thousand different meanings.

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Ten Poems About Bees

This heady mix of poems is sure to please anyone who delights in bees, flowers and gardens – or indeed the golden taste of honey!

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Ten Poems about Bicycles

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Ten Poems About Birds

The ten selections are little miracles in themselves, capturing the quirks of habit or appearance that distinguish one species from another.

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Ten Poems about Cats

‘Puss with delight beyond expression, Surveyed the scene and took possession.’ from ‘The Retired Cat’ by William Cowper (1731 – 1800)

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Ten Poems About Husbands & Wives

These beguiling poems are arranged in pairs so they speak to each other across the page – rather like a husband and wife engrossed in conversation across an old kitchen table.

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Ten Poems About Robins

What is it about robins that makes them so easy to love? Is it the jaunty red breast? Or the fact that they have been known to build their nests in Kettles, boots, coat pockets and even under car bonnets – places that seem to suggest a wish to be close to our human world? Hamish Whyte’s delightful selection explores the countless ways in which these endearing and cheerful birds brighten our lives;

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Ten Poems about Sheep (Volume Two)

“Thousands of sheep, soft-footed, black-nosed sheep – one by one going up the hill and over the fence – one by one four-footed pattering up and over – one by one wiggling their stub tails…” from ‘Sheep’ by Carl Sandburg

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Ten Poems About Trees

This beautiful selection celebrates the glory and mystery of all manner of trees

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Ten Poems About Walking

There seems to be a natural connection between poetry and the rhythms of walking. Wordsworth said that ‘nine- tenths of my verses have been poured out in the open air.’

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The All NIght Bookshop

The ingredients of David Belbin’s intriguing tale take us into a shadowy world that seems to exist somewhere between reality and dream.

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