Poems from July 2020
Poetry is among the most international of the arts, speaking across time and place to readers of every age and background. And London is the most international of cities, as its 6 million daily tube travellers testify.
We hope new readers will enjoy our July poems: a beautifully designed set of African poems, including poets from Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, South Africa and Kenya; World poems by Afghan, Turkish, Czech, Guyanese and Native American poets; selections from our many sets of London poems, Love poems, and War poems, and three poems by ‘Young Poets,’ chosen in association with the Poetry Society.
Our poems from August can be found on our ‘August Poems’ page
Our new poems for September can be found on our this month’s poems page
African Poems on the Underground
World Poems on the Underground
London Poems on the Underground
Young Poets on the Underground
Love Poems on the Underground
War Poems on the Underground
Poems displayed in June can be found on our June Poems page
Poems displayed earlier can be found on our Favourite Poems page