A new set of poems will be circling London Underground trains throughout November.
As the year draws to a close, poems by the Scottish makar Jackie Kay and the distinguished Jamaican poet Linton Kwesi Johnson celebrate the enduring value of our closest human relationships. And well-loved poems by Keats and Hopkins, alongside new poems by Laurel Prizewinners Seán Hewitt and Sean Borodale, remind us of the glory and fragility of the natural world.
This month’s poems also includes a selection of War poems to mark Armistice Day, followed by poems for Peace, ending with the Music of the Natural World.
New poems for November 2021
War Poems on the Underground
Poems for Peace
Music of the Natural World
You can find our Poems from October 2021 here