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"Antony Gormley, What the Hell do You Mean?" [227]
"Ay Love what are you doin' with his bowls?" [353]
"Liverpool : Whats It Got?" [432]
"Man!" [12]
'84 graffiti... [69]
'Beyond the Brunswick Lock' [22]
'Lark Lane Morning' [36]
'Liverpool' [129]
'Twas back in the year 1207 [738]
'When The Dancing Began - Or Playhouse Night' [254]
1 year on. [105]
100 days [182]
1821 Holiday [275]
2008 [111]
22nd June 1911 [261]
30 days [294]
4 Beatles 3 Graces 2 Liverbirds = 1 Great City [243]
68 Bus [603]
750 Years [171]
800 Years of Liverpool [313]
800 years? [86]
@ Pier Head [501]
A Bard Day's Night [14]
A Big Home [703]
A Brief Genealogy [117]
A Child of Liverpool [473]
A City Examines its Conscience [567]
A Couple of Foxhounds, by Geo. Stubbs (1792): Exhibition at the Walker [47]
A Day At New Brighton [382]
A Grand Place [734]
A Haven by the Docks of Liverpool [295]
A Liverpool 'do' [51]
A Liverpool Christmas Greeting, 1962 [339]
A Liverpool Father's Memory [513]
A Liverpool Gospel [118]
A Liverpool Housewife’s Secret Confession [602]
A Liverpool Love Poem [59]
A Liverpool Poet, is what I want to be! [347]
A Liverpool Schoolmaster [524]
A Loss to Everyone [67]
A Mersey Sonnet [675]
A Merseyside Doctor. Dr C.Mason [133]
A Passion for Fashion (Walker Art Gallery Exhibition 2007) [48]
A Semantic Dispute [472]
A Sticky End [486]
A Wartime Memory [633]
A day out to Seaforth [126]
A face in the crowd [192]
A ferry across the Mersey. [786]
A ground too far [467]
A letter from America! [575]
A poem for Liverpool to Celebrate its 800th Birthday [509]
About her [495]
Absolution. [659]
After the War Was Over [287]
Aintree. [794]
Al Pujarra [102]
Alan Bleasdale [42]
All Roads led to Liverpool [741]
Always My Home [387]
Am Bladdered On A Sat,Dee Night [757]
Amici - Great Cities [352]
An Irish immigrant - Song from Dublin Bay [37]
An Ode to Bessie [331]
Ancestors [283]
Ancient Liverpool Stones [240]
And here I'll stay.... [673]
Anfield Commercial College [471]
Another Day Older [335]
Another Man [220]
Another Place [298]
Arena, Liverpool’s New Cathedral [312]
Arnold Grove [694]
As Lord Mayor of Liverpool [800]
Ask A Daft Question! [436]
Ask the Scouser [185]
At the Picture House. [600]
Aunty Nell [589]
Back In '56 [760]
Banastre Tarleton [162]
Banksy in Liverpool [215]
Barry’s Liverpool Funeral - 21st April 1989 [371]
Battling Bessie Braddock [531]
Battling Betsy, our Queen of the barrow [779]
Be'ave Yerself [393]
Beatle People [78]
Before (written 1978) [377]
Billy Martin's [571]
Billy the goldfish [442]
Birds [453]
Black Jack [563]
Blackburne House High School [596]
Blue [770]
Blue Nose or a Red [75]
Bomy Night [470]
Bootle Raining [685]
Bootle Rising [557]
Boots To New Brighton [460]
Born in the 1960's [410]
Born to Shop [81]
Brave Bootle [469]
Brian Jacques [200]
Broadgreen Cameo [448]
Broadgreen Hospital 1991 [141]
Building with Metaphors not Bricks! [94]
Built-up Area [272]
Bun Pennies [641]
Bus-Bumper-Babe [724]
Butlins [268]
By Day - By Night [715]
By Jove Missus, What a Great Night for a Pantomine! [57]
Calderstones Park (Winter 1969) [585]
Can you hear the children singing? [440]
Cant do That! [411]
Capital of Cultures [666]
Catch The Girl - Kiss the Girl [11]
Cathedral Evening [84]
Changing Liverpool [554]
Cheers to Kev at the Yo Liverpool Forum [399]
Chilla pom pom [700]
Chumps [783]
Coal Briquettes. [610]
Colours [269]
Come Celebrate [688]
Coming Home [635]
Conversations [643]
Cooper's [535]
Corinthian Club [34]
Corner of a Cornfield [723]
Coronation Treat [697]
Cream [790]
Croxteth Park [644]
Cultural Nous [5]
DaDaFest [747]
Daft Ted. [209]
Dancing at the Grafton [16]
David Shepphard [132]
De Do Do Dat Doh Don't De [566]
Dear Eleanor [282]
Dear Old Maggie McCann [320]
Deva’s Water Music [534]
Devil in the Detail [769]
Dickie Lewis [238]
Dockers’ Umbrella [696]
Doddy [234]
Does Walton Vale Know a Song of Me? [656]
Don’t! [412]
Don't buy the Sun, Where would you put it? [704]
Don't die in Liverpool! [160]
Don't feed the Liver Birds [38]
Dovecot Park (late 1940’s) [285]
Dovedale Road School [765]
Dr Winston O' Boogie [609]
Dreams over the Mersey [568]
Echoes [139]
Echoes of a Liverpool Childhood [208]
Edge Lane Tramsheds [558]
Eight Hundred Years [708]
Eight draws [364]
Elvis Never Left The Liver Building [668]
Emily [433]
End of the Liverpool we knew [497]
Eppy-taph [400]
Eric's [143]
Estuaries [731]
Eternal City [483]
Eureka [66]
Evacuation to Wales [305]
Every Liverpool Heartbeat..... [125]
Every building tells a story [680]
Exhibit '0' (Natural History Museum) [487]
Eyes In The Night [529]
Fate! [574]
Ferries, Tugs and Queens [363]
Ferry Across the Mersey [592]
Ferry Across the Mersey 1993 [311]
Fishin' in the Park [447]
Florence's Tale [679]
Flowers for Adrian [334]
Following The Liverpool Road [418]
Food Thoughts [299]
Footprint Of A Litherland Poet [280]
For Guitar George [95]
For King and Country -1939/45 The Kings [116]
For Liverpool Is My Home [606]
For Liverpool Pals Battalion 1916 [775]
For Lonely Children [608]
For The 96 [617]
For The Mayor of New York [247]
For Two Great Friends [720]
For my Uncle Peter [31]
For those lost at sea [727]
Forty Years On [161]
Fountain [523]
Four Boys [226]
Four Times Four Times [286]
Free Thinking Weekend : Liverpool 2006. [550]
Freedom of the Borough [70]
From A Mersey Shore [342]
From the Mayor of New York [246]
From the Pain the Slavery Trade did gain [651]
Fruit or What! [99]
Funeral Fund [758]
Geography [556]
Geography [572]
Gerard Manley Hopkins at St. Katherine's Chapel, Lydiate [15]
Gerry cross the Mersey [64]
Ghost [386]
Ghost of the Mersey [793]
Give Me The Moonlight [343]
Giz a chip [1]
God Bless Yer Bill Shankly [128]
Going home [570]
Good evening ladies and gentlemen! [598]
Graffiti in St. John's Gardens [17]
Granda [251]
Grandad [536]
Grandad [154]
Grandad’s tales of “The Good old days” [53]
Gravestone, St. Michael's Church, Garston [687]
Guess Its Called Love [438]
Haiku [719]
Halloween, New Brighton [407]
Happy Birthday Liverpool [62]
Happy Birthday Ma [682]
Happy Poll Tax Days [68]
Hatton Garden Medical [588]
He Was Only Eleven [403]
He could chat up the birds [388]
Heart, heart of sea [156]
Heavenly Pennies [461]
Hello Playmates! [729]
Henderson's Store 1960 [573]
Hillsborough [201]
Holiday [496]
Homage [322]
Hope St. [276]
How Did She Know? [344]
How Often [248]
How the Liver Bird Lost His Voice [236]
Humane Being [155]
I Do [443]
I Love John Lennon [519]
I Return Home [274]
I Will Not Pretend [726]
I am a Liver bird [87]
I am not invisible [391]
I can't [468]
I can't [581]
I cannot remember one thing about you [8]
I do have a voice [359]
I half-remember Hope Street [449]
I left my heart in Liverpool [655]
I remember [718]
I remember Liverpool [507]
I touch the Mersey [159]
I’ve been around a while [748]
I'm glad I was borne in Liverpool [510]
IMAGINE HARDER! (A haiku poem) [562]
IMPRESSION OF A CITY [218]
If You Were Me [684]
If you go down to the docks today [555]
In Bold Street [661]
In The Shadows of A Liverpool Childhood [517]
In The Shadows of Ark Royal [259]
In Tribute to the Beatles [378]
In the City of Liverpool [249]
In the Walker [385]
Insects On The Skyline [360]
Into the Light [464]
Irish Famine Statistics [419]
Islington, 1972 [375]
It's Always Good to Come Home [429]
It's a Car Park now? [766]
Its all around you [329]
I’m NOT a dog [474]
Jack Tasker [124]
Jacko [205]
James Street Station [423]
James Street Station [82]
John [193]
John Lennon's Eye [345]
John Moores University [594]
Join in Scousers! [189]
Just Sheep [454]
Kath and Maire Follow a Dream [392]
Kenny Dalglish is Elvis Presley [158]
Kensington Park [397]
King John’s scouse [629]
King's Port of Liverpool [168]
Kitty Wilkinson [732]
Lament for Quiggins [256]
Last Stage to Northwood [544]
Lawrence Road Co-Op [784]
Legoland [409]
Let It Be Liverpool [210]
Letter from a purple Dustbin. [716]
Liddypool [35]
Like Liverpool [710]
Lines Written in the Tower of Liverpool [564]
Little Lizzie Christian [714]
Liver Bird [239]
Liver Bird Flu [749]
Liver Building Advent Calendar [144]
Liver birds [402]
Liverbird Power [112]
Liverpool [123]
Liverpool [136]
Liverpool [414]
Liverpool [491]
Liverpool [526]
Liverpool [634]
Liverpool [701]
Liverpool 2007 Haiku [773]
Liverpool - New York [245]
Liverpool - Our City [670]
Liverpool - We love you, yeah, yeah, yeah [739]
Liverpool 08 [583]
Liverpool 700 years - The Anniversary Ode [113]
Liverpool 800 poem [613]
Liverpool Acrostic [652]
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral [202]
Liverpool Birthday [120]
Liverpool Birthday Acrostic [338]
Liverpool Busking Song [184]
Liverpool Castle [791]
Liverpool Chinese [230]
Liverpool For Ever [578]
Liverpool Girls [130]
Liverpool Grandma [755]
Liverpool Has the Power [717]
Liverpool Heart, Dublin Soul [235]
Liverpool Heaven [628]
Liverpool Hen [736]
Liverpool Lady [395]
Liverpool Legend [481]
Liverpool Life [376]
Liverpool Life [781]
Liverpool Life [146]
Liverpool Life in the 60's [742]
Liverpool Lights [532]
Liverpool Liverpool [553]
Liverpool Lou [19]
Liverpool Man [455]
Liverpool My Heritage [222]
Liverpool My Liverpool [54]
Liverpool Oh Liverpool [616]
Liverpool Pembroke A+CC [367]
Liverpool People [394]
Liverpool Pride. [260]
Liverpool Roller Coaster [676]
Liverpool Skyline [308]
Liverpool Smog [303]
Liverpool Soul [632]
Liverpool Stays Current [56]
Liverpool Tate Gallery [83]
Liverpool Team [494]
Liverpool Trade [225]
Liverpool Treasure [231]
Liverpool Wits [650]
Liverpool Women....... [396]
Liverpool at Night [404]
Liverpool heads for Atlantis [109]
Liverpool in Brief [237]
Liverpool in the 50s [646]
Liverpool is the best [489]
Liverpool is the best city in the world.. [539]
Liverpool is the number one city! [576]
Liverpool life [744]
Liverpool like a lime [9]
Liverpool love gone wrong.. [431]
Liverpool poem [484]
Liverpool quartet [29]
Liverpool with a Twist [560]
Liverpool's 800th Birthday [188]
Liverpool's Capulet's & Montagues [759]
Liverpool's Shame [318]
Liverpool, The Home Port [515]
Liverpool, Capital of Culture 2008 [58]
Liverpool, Emperors of Rome [207]
Liverpool, My Liverpool Roots [654]
Liverpool-Irish [164]
Liverpool. [642]
Liverpool… in the sixties [527]
Liverpul [26]
Livin in the North [216]
Local lads made good [702]
Logical Liverpudlian [32]
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool [176]
Look at Me [604]
Looking Seaward [798]
Lord Nelson Street [667]
Lost in Liverpool, 2003 [307]
Love blooms at Higsons. [482]
Love meets in Liverpool [389]
Lovely Place [92]
Lower Gwladys, GT5, L126. [163]
Lunch at St. Luke's [138]
Lunch at the Adelphi Hotel [671]
Mary Lou [265]
Mathew Street [147]
Matthew Street Festival 2007 [293]
Maxwell's Hammer [333]
Me mam and dad [631]
Memoriam [148]
Memories [361]
Mersey Magic [591]
Mersey Me [348]
Mersey Mystery [324]
Merseybeat Smackheads [533]
Merseyside - Remembering the 1930s [511]
Merseyside Magpie [21]
Mind Yer Car, Sir? [13]
Modern Emigrants [537]
Money for old rope [356]
Moses Came to Merseyside [756]
Mother Liverpool [478]
Mother was right [379]
Moving the goalposts! [549]
My Athens by the Sea [41]
My City [505]
My Cunard Jumper [428]
My Dad [122]
My Dad [672]
My Fair Liverpool [88]
My Grandfather's Warehouse in Newington [730]
My Home [405]
My Home Town [232]
My Lady Liverpool [451]
My Little Terraced Home [306]
My Liverpool [108]
My Liverpool [142]
My Liverpool [446]
My Liverpool [488]
My Liverpool [674]
My Liverpool Love [398]
My Liverpool Love [767]
My Liverpool Mum [115]
My Liverpool Overcoat [459]
My Lost Liverpool Loves [709]
My Mum and the Beatles [711]
My Playground. [357]
My Very Own Liverpool . [137]
My first visit to Liverpool [425]
My home town [780]
My love for Liverpool [284]
My memories of the Old Liverpool [691]
Neighbours [420]
New Brighton 1948 [475]
New Brighton For The Day [465]
New Directions: Liverpool 2007. [540]
New Domesday [214]
Newsham Park [543]
Nitty Norah Biddy Explorer [772]
Norra Lorra Otters [264]
Not Even 18! [492]
Not Fair [213]
Not to roam. [365]
Now and Then [341]
Nude Woman In My Room Above The Crazy Music [241]
Number Three Across [499]
Ocean Dreams [660]
Ode to 'Pool [310]
Ode to a Timeless City [552]
Of Kings Who Walk Among Kings [61]
Oh a Scousers life for me [110]
Oh, Still the Night [427]
Old Soul Choruses [530]
On Our 900th Birthday [577]
On the Edge La ' [107]
On the floor after a heavy night [199]
One Street In Dingle [618]
Our City [721]
Our Great Liverpool [639]
Our Ken [430]
Our Troops. [787]
Outside your own front door [319]
Paddy's grave or: [279]
Parking Up [152]
Party town [705]
Pennies from Heaven [424]
People Like Me [266]
People of the Pool [605]
Pete Price [737]
Picton Library [74]
Picton Road Baths [764]
Poem [648]
Poem 2 [91]
Pool of life [439]
Poor Oxford [762]
Poppies On The Cenotaph [649]
Pride - for Adrian Henri Freeman of the City of Liverpool [50]
Prince Monalulu [795]
Proud to be Scouse. [615]
Queen Victoria Monument [686]
Rainbows. [713]
Reclaimation (memories of Liverpool) [607]
Reflections Of Liverpool [33]
Reflections on the Mersey [622]
Remember Eddie ? [599]
Remember the Kop? [332]
Rememberances of Youth [630]
Repastures [445]
Requiem for my Anglia [763]
Rhys [196]
Rigger's Echo [165]
Ringo Starr [72]
River Dreaming [582]
Roger McBard [380]
Rosie O'Grady's [477]
S. O. S. [315]
SKIES FULL OF DIAMONDS AND STREETS PAVED WITH BOLD [512]
Sailing Day: Liverpool, Tuesday, July 16th, 1833 [278]
Sailor [788]
Saint Priest and Popes [224]
Samuel L Jackson [173]
Saying Goodbye [45]
Scotland Road [301]
Scotland Road [326]
Scouse [131]
Scouse dreams.. [774]
Scouse to Make a City [325]
Scouse-ku [3]
Scouser [493]
Scouser! [778]
Scouser’s everywhere. [262]
Scousers Heart 'n' Soul [593]
Sean Rice [626]
Second Home [135]
Sentimental [665]
Sentimentality [640]
Sequins Of Light [799]
Shankly and Alan Ball's Dad [181]
Simple City [754]
Slave Song in Praise of Captain Hugh Crow [77]
Sleepy Geist Home time (Mathew Street Festival) [516]
Slowly up the Mersey [707]
Smog [355]
Soccer Phoenix [80]
Someone Rich in Liverpool [681]
Songlines [777]
Sons of The Mersey [587]
Soundless Liverpool [212]
South [10]
Special [134]
Special Place [658]
Speke Hall [127]
Springtime [595]
Springwood Cemetery [166]
St Patrick’s The Church On The Hill [761]
St Paul’s, Stoneycroft, Liverpool [252]
St. George's Hall [191]
St. James’ Cemetery [751]
Stebles fountain [541]
Strawberry Fields (forever?) [437]
Strawberry Fields Forever [180]
Stuart Sutcliffe [55]
Stuck in the corner [76]
Stuckists v John Moores Walker 2005 [740]
Summer Time [547]
Sunday Afternoon in Liverpool [194]
Super Lamb Banana [263]
Super Lamb Banana (rictameter) [79]
Sustenance [373]
Symbols of our City [60]
Tadpoling [463]
Take As Take Can [370]
Talk [255]
Talkin' 'bout... [121]
Tarrantino’s coming to Liverpool [561]
Tea Time Saturday [39]
Ted Ray - Nedlo the Gypsy. [502]
Teddy Boy [25]
Tell The Babes of Liverpool [506]
Tension on Lime Street [619]
That happens to you, Liverbird? [712]
The "Liverpool Lads" [565]
The 'March for Jobs' 1981 [270]
The Adelphi [434]
The Albert Dock [211]
The Albert Dock [657]
The Amazing Gormley's [321]
The Azda [106]
The Ballad of Tony Grimes [183]
The Bards of Liverpool [93]
The Beat [383]
The Best City [725]
The Birth of a City [689]
The Black Abolitionist & the Jack the Ripper Suspect [98]
The Blackhorse Place Lamp Post [490]
The Blake Mistake [381]
The Blood Of Liverpool [63]
The Bombed Out Church [151]
The Boss’s Hens [450]
The Boys [645]
The Brookfields of Garston [627]
The Building of Liverpool [692]
The Cast Iron Hamlet [693]
The Cavern - For My Sons [140]
The Church Street Choir [97]
The City Within [85]
The City of Liverpool [776]
The City of Scousers [653]
The Country of Liverpool [337]
The Cunarders [172]
The Curzon [462]
The Dead House at the Old Church of St. Nicholas [302]
The Dockers Lot [745]
The Dockers Umberella [525]
The Dockers Umbrella [678]
The Dockers' Clock [289]
The Dreamer [456]
The Dreaming of Liverpool [317]
The Emigrants [354]
The Encyclical City [96]
The Family Tree [611]
The Famous City of Liverpool [614]
The Ferry First Mersey Crossing [104]
The Fisherman [584]
The Flicks from my Everton Home [23]
The Flowers of Liverpool (lest we forget) [233]
The Four Graces [73]
The Future [204]
The Future [7]
The Girls We Were, The Girls We Are [498]
The Glass House [518]
The Goodison Road Barbers [198]
The Hearing Chair [785]
The Heart of the City [89]
The Hole in the Liver Buildings [390]
The House Beside the Park [290]
The Kings Regiment [28]
The Kop's Dr Fun [253]
The Lane [187]
The Last Edition [480]
The Later Train From Central [722]
The Leaving Of Peter Pan [217]
The Legacy [336]
The Lid [374]
The Little House [281]
The Little House - Lest we Forget [304]
The Little House Closed - Again [229]
The Little House Joe [621]
The Little House- Multo in Parvo [179]
The Little Mother of Liverpool [421]
The Live! in the Pool [426]
The Liver Bird and his Mother [683]
The Liver Birds [150]
The Liver Birds: the Key to the City [508]
The Liverbirds are so old [638]
The Liverpool Collegiate [413]
The Liverpool Empire [145]
The Liverpool Stadium [197]
The Lune Laundry [796]
The Magnet Cinema [597]
The Magnificent [4]
The Merciless River Mersey [601]
The Mersey [579]
The Mersey [153]
The Mersey Silence [40]
The Mersey Tunnels [71]
The Neale's of Barnet Street [157]
The New City [479]
The Number Ten Bus [590]
The Old Liverpool Dental Hospital [746]
The Old Swan Library [637]
The Old Swan Shops [292]
The One O'Clock gun. [195]
The Other Half [542]
The Palm House [485]
The Photographer [258]
The Pier Head 1950 [569]
The Place I Grew Up [528]
The Place I love [514]
The Port Of Your Sole [690]
The Queensway Tunnel [695]
The Radio Show ( like no other ) [620]
The Return Home [559]
The River Mersey [733]
The Root Cellar of Nostalgia [612]
The Royal Liverpool Hospital [323]
The Sefton [20]
The Shopping War [415]
The Silence of the Liver Bird [169]
The Singers' Terrace [458]
The Songs They Sing [330]
The Sound of Fury [242]
The St George's Hall Lions [119]
The Strangers Home [267]
The Teddy Boy and The Beehive [752]
The Tower [90]
The Ugly American In Liverpool [669]
The Ulster Road Brick [435]
The Walker [698]
The Walker Art Gallery [228]
The Watchman [30]
The Woolton Picture House [466]
The Words of The Liverpool Poets [174]
The Workhouse Hospital Liverpool 1867 [735]
The World In One City [664]
The beautiful struggle.. [369]
The body in the Parlour [444]
The greatest football poem ever written [190]
The origin of our name Liverpool [580]
The peace of Liverpool [586]
The transitory nature of fame in 21st century Liverpool [327]
There Stands Liverpool [789]
They call it Liverpool [623]
They came here from Ireland [743]
They say I am a Scouser [46]
Things I've Seen [368]
This Is Anfield [520]
This is the Liverpool that we love [27]
This place [273]
Those Great Anfield Sides [167]
Three Liverpool Ians [206]
Thurstaston Hill [203]
Times They Are A'Changing [417]
Timeslip [314]
Tommy Cooper [624]
Tomorrow [18]
Tony Beep Beep [663]
Tourists [521]
Town Hall [636]
Transport [6]
Triptych [300]
True Story, 1972 [271]
Turn the radio on! [350]
Turning 800 [452]
Twang [647]
Twirlys [768]
Two King John’s [522]
Two Rivers One Dream [291]
Two Sisters [309]
Two-Timing Seagull [797]
Two-Way Family Favourites [250]
Unlucky Husky [408]
Unpainted Painting [699]
Untitled in liverpool [358]
View from the Mersey Ferry [328]
Visiting Liverpool with my son [422]
Waiting for a berth [750]
Wake Up Liverpool [538]
Walking In Liverpool [457]
Walton [771]
Wash Day in Anfield, 1920 [149]
Watchin' Them [349]
Water Street [244]
Wavertree lock-Up [441]
Way Back When [101]
We Sang Gaelic Songs on Coffin Ships [384]
We were all a little Crazy [372]
Welcome to Liverpool [65]
Well Yer Did Ask [406]
Wha? [753]
What About My Julie? [49]
What Liverpool is good for [114]
What have you got [546]
What the Lord Chamberlain Allowed [662]
When I Went To Liver School... [296]
When I'm old and gray [782]
When we wuz kids in Liverpool [340]
When ‘He’ Came [476]
Where Did All The Tramps Go [401]
Where They Became [100]
Where have all the Clocks gone ? [170]
Where's the pool in Liverpool? [223]
White Limousine [625]
Who’ll Hold Their Hands? [362]
Why [548]
Why Liverpool is so great [186]
Why Liverpool? [2]
William Rathbone [677]
Willy Russell [219]
Winter Clouds: Liverpool [221]
Wish You Were Here John Lennon [297]
Woolyback [277]
World War II [792]
Write their names up on the sky [177]
Writing 'Liverpool' on Walls of World [257]
Ye shall buy bond-men and bond-maids [366]
You (my one) [416]
You Got Your Education in the Kop [346]
You’re In My Heart [24]
You'll never walk alone. [103]
bluecats on scotland road [52]
immigrants song [504]
kyrie eleison: war [545]
liverpool institute [503]
living pool [551]
poem 1 [316]
river song [706]
stamfordham drive [500]
tell your friends [43]
three cheers [178]
truth is stranger [175]
“Coming out " me mates would shout [44]
“Go Down the Cellar” [728]
“I, King John, By the Grace of God. . ." [288]
“So I deserve to live here in Liverpool then?” [351]

Poems by First Line

" Right lads," said the sergeant as we landed on the beach [28]
"Fancy the Sefton? Sound, I'll pick you up at 8, [20]
"Giz a chip!" [1]
"Here Lieth the Body of Richard Kay [687]
"Just cook will yah!" [327]
"Nowhere like Liverpool," [115]
"Our tree belongs to Dr Tinne's orchard," [48]
"Then there's Robin Hood's Stone [240]
"Where's me da gone mam?" [3]
‘Please say who you are before you speak.’ [550]
‘There’s boxing Every Friday night at the Liverpool Stadium!’ [197]
“Don’t lean on the bacon slicer [784]
'Twas just an old blue jumper, [428]
( 'Pop Sweeney's Pen ) [524]
(A Poem For Liverpool) [512]
(In memory of Adrian Henri [40]
(The Dockers' Umbrella was the Liverpool Overhead Railway, demolished in the late 1950s, [696]
(a somewhat poetical version of the recipe) [131]
(an Acrostic) [120]
(for the daughters of gentlemen) [596]
(to be read in a liverpool accent) [675]
...so ferry ‘cross the Mersey and always take me there [592]
1 year on. [105]
1, How do we celebrate 8 hundred years. [445]
110 kilometers [733]
1207 - this was the year, [734]
1996 Concert Square - Late Autumn [790]
22nd June, and what a day it was: [261]
30 days;in the shops and in the offices,in the streets and in the squares [294]
800 years ago – about – King John Arose [689]
800 years and [773]
800 years what does it mean? [86]
8oo years I have heard say [266]
A Scouse Shakespeare [42]
A Scouser sails upon the ocean of decay, [788]
A Scousers life is the life for me [110]
A Shilling a day,is all my dad would say [672]
A Tug boat deckhand named Ronnie Wycherley [242]
A city is more than its merchants and bankers, [70]
A city’s best viewed from a distance - [308]
A coffee with more in the saucer than in the cup [434]
A ferry across the Mersey, [786]
A full hundred of you hang out, naked identikits, straddling [227]
A great seafaring tradition [7]
A group would get together on a lovely summers day, [760]
A hundred years and two ago [433]
A long time ago you served us well, [618]
A long, long time ago... I can still remember how [167]
A lot has happened in Liverpool [188]
A mist is rising from the Mersey [793]
A murmur gathers on the breeze [118]
A rock & Roll Van Gogh [55]
A rush, a joining, carry [140]
A rushing, running air from off the sea [557]
A scousers life is the life for me [781]
A subtle dissection of a shared history: [324]
A tatty black moggie [215]
A wonderful man from a magical city, [398]
Across a yard, through the [34]
Adrian Henri (1932-2000) [334]
Adrian Henri he was sound [93]
Agressively friendly, a student once said [273]
All day the bands play and the hooters hoot. [555]
All possibilites opened [533]
All support our Liverpool troops, [787]
All the cranes and all the diggers [521]
Although I may have strayed [488]
Although not here born, [284]
Although our glorious heritage [739]
Always a love vs. hate relationship [439]
Am bladdered on a sat,dee night [757]
Am glad to be born and bred in Liverpool [509]
Amidst the bars' hospitable glow [281]
An Easy-Jet boeing [39]
An Irish lass Liverpool’s streets once trod, [295]
An architectural masterpiece, [211]
An impressive red-brick building, there in Belmont Road [471]
Anchored in the Mersey, [363]
Ancient estuary , majestic river [504]
And in Liverpool [271]
And out of the darkness light dismembers limbs; [254]
And those bruises that blossomed like roses [317]
Anderson,Gerards,Currans’and Lee [179]
Another Place [298]
Another time, another face [568]
Apologies, but I’ve got to moan to someone. [716]
Are there senses to impart, [84]
Arran to me is a wonderful place, [231]
Art Gallery, 2007 [47]
Arthur Askey attended the Institute, [729]
As I climbed up [456]
As I eat my ice cream with its chocolate flake. [644]
As Lord Mayor of Liverpool [800]
As a proud Scouser [189]
As for me, I could sit and listen to The Beatles all day long, but according to me mate, that’s totally wrong [602]
As the mighty river flows [658]
Asayake no [328]
At T.J. Hughes' [415]
At a bus stop [516]
At twenty, in 1912, [344]
Aunty Nell got pregnant at twenty five years old [589]
Aye, lads, sometimes we are [56]
Bare feet on burning snow [585]
Battling Bessie Braddock [531]
Behind each building block [144]
Behind the jagged winter trees, the clouds-- [221]
Bellerive girls [121]
Bernard Fallon [301]
Big Clem in the sticks a colossus for sure [207]
Big and yellow [263]
Billy Wizz was mortally wounded, but there was no going back! [598]
Bishop Sheppard has passed away and gone. [67]
Bless me, dear reader [567]
Bolds Street's Hearing Chair [785]
Boom! [195]
Born and raised in Liverpool, seaport on the Mersey, [287]
Born in Speke [763]
Brian Epstein was a friend of mine! [400]
Brian Jacques when he wakes does it- [350]
Brylcreem was my best friend [25]
Burning August Sundays [352]
Burnished brass mourns farewell [775]
Busking down Bold Street just the other day [184]
By plane, train or boat [274]
By the Mersey [501]
CANCELLED [293]
Can you remember the Knocker Upperer, [691]
Cant do That! [411]
Captain Crow da come again; [77]
Castle Street is what it was, [791]
Catch the girl - kiss the girl , off-ground tock [11]
Chasing her thoughts across the stones of memory [607]
City Life [68]
Condoleezza slept last night on Hope Street. [214]
Cool iconic [173]
Crammed among a thousand greeters, high on my father’s shoulders, [172]
Crown to the left of me [276]
Culture is the stove [325]
Dante ignores the passing Beatrice [385]
Dapper, in his three piece [536]
Day breaks and the heady smell of petrol starts to fill the air, [715]
Day or night, it was my crown of thorns to [728]
Days of Big Band Sound [16]
Dear Mayor Bloomberg [247]
Dearest Madeleine granddaughter of all Liverpool [182]
Deep in memory deep in time; [113]
Devout man [132]
Did yer learn ter dance [571]
Did you go to Dovedale Road school? [765]
Do yer hear us Bill Shankly [128]
Do you remember [332]
Do you remember Tony Beep Beep [663]
Do you think, how often can I stop the rush [248]
Doctor Mason [133]
Doddy at the Royal Court [57]
Doesn't it just make you feel so proud? [168]
Don’t go to Sainsbury’s you are blocking my way. [412]
Don't Feed the Liver Birds [38]
Don’t start, Don’t! [744]
Dovecot Park (late 1940’s) [285]
Down in Anfield there’s a team, [24]
Down the years the Norrises are still here [379]
Drab and Dirt may set the tone. [146]
During 2008 [111]
Each day we await sunrise, sunset, [63]
Ebbing and flowing [606]
Echoes of footsteps in the knave [202]
Eight hundred years and how have we progressed? [708]
Eleanor Rigby [78]
Elvis never came in body but [668]
Eric's was sound [143]
Every Liverpool Heartbeat.......... [125]
Every Saturday morning I’d come down [139]
Every building tells a story [680]
Everything [355]
Exhibit '0' (Natural History Museum) [487]
Fantastic patois, crazy lingo [310]
Fifties prudery! Backstage at the Pivvy, Lodge Lane, [662]
First the ferry came [6]
First was the milk bar [492]
Flecks of sawdust began to fall, [450]
For Brian Sewell of Oxford who said Liverpool has no culture. [762]
For Lonely Children [608]
For a more hopeful future [419]
For sixty three years [525]
Forgotten to many, these back waters [731]
Four birds of a feather in music and song, [378]
Frederick Douglass and Dr. Francis Tumblety -- could [98]
From William Brown Street [329]
From all the kings horses and all the kings men [452]
From dawn 'til dusk the shells rained down [116]
From here the Mersey looks smooth [342]
From here the spire [252]
From little terraced houses every one a little home, [306]
From the echoes of childhood those songs sing to me [208]
From the eerie mists of Time, [236]
From the pain the slavery trade did gain [651]
From the vile rookeries, the alleys, [354]
Fullness of your name, Mersey. [156]
Gaslamps on each street corner [718]
Gerry [64]
Get me Tom Slemen on the telephone- [314]
Giant stalking insects, dark lines, [360]
Give Me The Moonlight [343]
God bless the Irish people [440]
Gone the overhead railway and decorative pier head [554]
Gone, it seems forever, [217]
Good vibers, slick jibers [432]
Grand auld dame of British theatre [145]
Great great granddad was Italian; [692]
Great place for a perch [119]
Great to hide from the wild winds [228]
Hamilton Square [436]
Happy Birthday Liverpool! [94]
Happy Birthday Liverpool, [62]
Happy Birthday, Liverpool! 800 Years On! [338]
Have you been there lately - have you visited the street [147]
Have you listened to the world's best radio show yet ? [620]
He knew a cold night would follow [619]
He ran the entire Wembley pitch. [599]
He stood there in his mucky jersey, [591]
He was only eleven [403]
He's a bit like [219]
Heavenly Pennies [461]
Henri took Ginsberg to St. George’s, Everton, [381]
Her uniform is baggy, like her voice [722]
Here we are again [268]
Here's a greeting from the old Pier Head in the Port of Liverpool [339]
Hidden away, almost out of sight. [466]
History of my city Liverpool very fast [676]
Home to the Mersey [634]
How I loved [74]
How come, when across the nation [566]
How soon this night has gathered every hill [479]
I [410]
I am a Scouser [493]
I am a child of Liverpool, sixty years of age, [473]
I am a late Plantagenet. [117]
I am a mighty Liver bird, [87]
I am not invisible, [391]
I am not usually very particular about dates; [278]
I am sitting in a chair that vibrates [527]
I am the eyes of my City, you think I am silent and still. Without a voice, until! [169]
I am the man with the camera, walking the Dock road [258]
I am the wail of a soul [241]
I barely saw you, a square [237]
I came to stay when you were dying. [372]
I can't believe the muck [581]
I cannot remember one thing about you, [8]
I could see the Liver buildings ten years ago [409]
I creased up reading some of this [405]
I do have a voice. [359]
I dreamed beyond the sunset where the blue meets deeper blue, [41]
I experienced the changes of Liverpool, My Liverpool with sights and sounds [654]
I fell on my back today [199]
I find a white canvas in our storage locker: [699]
I find it everywhere I look [499]
I first saw Tommy Cooper in lewis's [624]
I gotta horse [795]
I have not wandered [751]
I left my heart in Liverpool, [655]
I like to eat a pie [299]
I love John Lennon.............. [519]
I love Liverpool [177]
I love Liverpool, as do others love there towns [572]
I love to go down to the Albert Dock [657]
I love visiting here [174]
I miss the sounds of Liverpool [212]
I missed you Royal Liver Building [635]
I need help singing this city, call in [777]
I park carefully [106]
I played amongst the rubble [387]
I ran upon the virgin sands [475]
I rememba wen we wer all givn a beautiful blue buk [171]
I remember the time when aunty Phyl died [444]
I see your silhouette [386]
I sit in Berkshire a long way from home [361]
I thought "duh" whats all the fuss [603]
I touch the Mersey and I don’t feel wet [159]
I wandered lonely as a cloud, [417]
I want to write a poem [648]
I wanted to write a Liverpool poem [316]
I was a highwayman of ill fame. [563]
I was just eighteen [107]
I was on this [270]
I wasn't born in the city I Love, [277]
I went for me medical at Hatton Garden. [588]
I will not pretend [726]
I will put ripples in your shoes [779]
I wish I had been [695]
I worked at Heathrow Airport [406]
I’ve read the magazine, ‘I Can Do.’ [468]
I'm a Scouser in heart [778]
I'm on the boots to New Brighton, watching the funnels choke. [460]
I've known seas tall as Himalayas while I wuz belaying [265]
I've never seen a otter [264]
If I had St Georges Hall I would leave it where it lies [704]
If I know a song of Walton Vale [656]
If I were to write a Liverpool poem [484]
If you were me, or my age or had lived the life I have led..... [684]
In 2001 a great big multicoloured accessible bus [747]
In Bold street it just feels like home [661]
In Liverpool in the fifties, a joint was a piece of meat [646]
In Liverpool. [669]
In New York City [257]
In a far off land, in Italian soil, lies a man [154]
In a quiet island in Fazakerley, a prim Miss [374]
In eighteen twenty five [518]
In hope of a new life [743]
In the City of Liverpool, [249]
In the Fifties Smog blanketed Liverpool. [303]
In the May of 1941, [469]
In the Sixteenth century; [759]
In the balmy sea sun wind [37]
In the basement of the church is a Dead House, [302]
In the car [213]
In the immensity of the cosmos [690]
In the middle of Liverpool [90]
In the month of December eighteen forty-one [160]
In the pen trying to catch , [745]
In the shadows of Ark Royal, [259]
In the space [89]
In the wee hours of the morn’ [530]
In the year of Our Lord nineteen fourteen [233]
In this vastly expanding docks was the start [225]
Industrial Liverpool at this historic time, [758]
It could have been me, or it could have been you. [617]
It doesn’t matter if my bus is late [166]
It doesn’t take a birthday [377]
It had been late, [476]
It is a special place with special people [134]
It is something, I know not what [438]
It must be half past nine! [768]
It started off with three of us, mi mam and dad and me, [611]
It was an early start, [382]
It was in a lift [643]
It was in the summer holiday of '93, [311]
It would be good to look back [104]
It’s easy to be sentimental [640]
It's Sunday afternoon. Time to go and see your nana [194]
It's easy to be sentimental [665]
It's just by the park mate [187]
It's like sinking into a supremely comfortable chair after a supremely difficult day. [429]
It's music and poetry [514]
It's no longer my city, or my uncle Doug's either. [307]
Its been a Bard Day's night. [14]
Its nearly time for 2008 were everything happens with a fait. [613]
Its over: the weeping has left rivulets of wine [229]
Its there, its all around you, [688]
Its walls are scarred from ages past [636]
I’m a Japanese animal fruit [474]
I’m a Liverpool bird [239]
I’m walking through Sefton Park [545]
I’ve cleared the kitchen table, [364]
J' member de Everton, [23]
J'Member sittin' in the pub with yer bitter , brown or light [51]
J'member fishin' in the park [447]
Jack Tasker, 50 years ago, or more, [124]
Jacko, one of Liverpool’s great characters, [205]
Jean Metcalfe on 'Two-Way Family Favourites' [250]
John [73]
John Lennon's name [35]
John Moores University [594]
John, [522]
Julia was my mother, and Michael was my dad, [679]
Just numbers [243]
Kenny's hips could swivel [158]
Kev Keegan was a footballer of great renown [399]
L is for L.F.C lead by Steven G, [114]
L ovely place [92]
LIVERPOOL IS ALL HEART N SOUL [593]
Laughter a plenty [632]
Less an obsession than reconnection: [163]
Lets give three cheers [178]
Like [710]
Line the Mersey Banks to watch tall ships [798]
Little Lizzie Christian [714]
Little baby, fair aface, [506]
Lively [652]
Liver Bird Flu [749]
Liverpool [123]
Liverpool [701]
Liverpool - that great city [129]
Liverpool 08 we all can’t wait, [583]
Liverpool Cathedral [50]
Liverpool City is more then pretty [725]
Liverpool Has the Power [717]
Liverpool Lads from every sphere, [565]
Liverpool Lady what an awful surprise [395]
Liverpool Life in the 60’s [742]
Liverpool Liverpool, [553]
Liverpool Tower [564]
Liverpool Women don't tell lies............ [396]
Liverpool a terrible place! [393]
Liverpool born and bred [137]
Liverpool heart, Dublin soul [235]
Liverpool hen [736]
Liverpool in 2008 is where I want to be [222]
Liverpool is a place to rest, unlike London [539]
Liverpool is as old as its oldest brick [91]
Liverpool is laughter without being cruel [153]
Liverpool is peaceful [586]
Liverpool is red [578]
Liverpool is so great. [186]
Liverpool like a lime [9]
Liverpool oh Liverpool [616]
Liverpool people known far and wide [605]
Liverpool people, are we really the best ? [394]
Liverpool slumbering [538]
Liverpool so bright at night [27]
Liverpool that's my City brought up and I will die there. [615]
Liverpool the city with the ever open door, [267]
Liverpool the greatest team [494]
Liverpool, I’ve never seen you [322]
Liverpool, Liverpool are the best. [642]
Liverpool, Liverpool is the best [489]
Liverpool, Liverpool is the heart of the Northwest, [664]
Liverpool, the early home for those who came before. [559]
Liverpool-My Liverpool [142]
Liverpool. my Liverpool, my heart is here to stay [232]
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool [176]
Look at me, [604]
Lots of yer’ll know my cousin Ted, [766]
Love life [705]
Lverpool Quartet [29]
Lying in a slender [535]
Magnificent Liverpool Cathedral, [622]
Make a space for me beside the wild-haired [612]
Many a night there as children growing [346]
Many years ago [181]
March is coming and I sit beside a white capped Mersey [794]
Margaret Beavan was a hero. [421]
Married young [631]
Maxwell, can I borrow your hammer? [333]
McCulloch [206]
Me Granda were born in Liverpool [251]
Me and my son [335]
Me name’s Banastre Tarleton; do you remember me? [162]
Meet me [32]
Met a lady getting off a bus. [724]
Metal beasts [423]
Moses came to Merseyside [756]
Mostly I drove the white limousine on a Saturday afternoon- [625]
Mother Liverpool [478]
Mother, go into the kitchen, [200]
Mousy 'Little Sisters of the Poor', [36]
Mum always sent me for coal bricks, as we called them, [610]
My Grandma's [320]
My Grandma, [755]
My Granny was Scoucer [627]
My Liverpool [446]
My Liverpool Love [767]
My Liverpool, just like the theatre [670]
My Liverpool, my home, my future and past [108]
My Lost Liverpool Loves [709]
My Mum and I lived in Venmore Street [13]
My dad arrived in Liverpool, when he was just a lad- [574]
My dad loved to tell a tale of his reckless childhood days, [122]
My fair Liverpool is true to the heart [88]
My father died 16years ago [141]
My favourite place is Liverpool, it is the best place around, [674]
My grandfather’s warehouse [730]
My grandmother had to shoo Doddy [234]
My home town is Liverpool [780]
My love of New York is [245]
My love vs. distaste for Liverpool [774]
My memories are somewhat vague [425]
My mind is so full of colours [269]
My mum knitted my long black jersey hanging to my shins. [12]
My sister and my brother [305]
My tongue sticks out [407]
My wife is in trauma [102]
My young Years Celebrating Liverpool's 800th Birthday. [510]
Nedlo the Gypsy, can you believe it? [502]
Never been here before. [698]
New Brighton by the sea, [465]
New Liverpool [769]
Newsham park was an amazing place [543]
Nitty Norah Biddy Explorer [772]
No 2 is upside down - mischievious bastards! [703]
No school today, and I can run and play [275]
Not long before she passed away, [435]
Not often I am stunned into silence [312]
Now god wanted a football match [196]
Number Ten to town [719]
O How I remember Kenny Park [397]
October 1960 [52]
Ode to a Timeless City [552]
Of all the things I could dream to be [347]
Oh Liverpool [54]
Oh Liverpool Lou [19]
Oh to go back just once more [319]
Oh! Never trust a two-timing seagull! [797]
Oh, still the night on Merseyside; [427]
Old breck road and the cabbage hall [548]
On a short visit to Liverpool [650]
On our 900th birthday [577]
On the side of a heated street [218]
On the train to Liverpool with the grandson [204]
On the whole, I choose not to choose. [164]
Once a cathedral of learning, [413]
Once clear, it was obvious, if not crystal [152]
Once the shipping magnate’s pride and joy, [290]
One Liver bird gazes out to sea [422]
One Monday I got a call [659]
One day some silly ass just smiled, [671]
One hundred and fifty years ago, [761]
One night in a dream I was transported to [392]
Our dear old Doddy [430]
Our heritage, our culture, our city, full of pride [623]
Our indomitable spirit [238]
Our portrait's finished now [454]
Packed off as kids [127]
Passing strangers we never meet [457]
Pembroke has a history of seventy years and more [367]
Perhaps a small prayer could be said [573]
Pete Price, is very nice [737]
Pill poppin', acid droppin', I just can't make him out. [609]
Poet [21]
Poet and Jesuit priest Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889) worked as a priest at St. Xavier's Church, Everton, in 1880 to 1881. His letters reveal that he disliked working in the the slums of the city and preferred the nearby countryside. [15]
Precariously positioned [383]
Quentin Tarantino’s coming to Liverpool [561]
Queuing at eleven every Saturday morning, [597]
Rathbone the family name [677]
Raymund Harris [366]
Reginald Carey Harrison, [388]
Reidy Bone Blue [770]
Remember Edge Lane tramsheds, [558]
Remembered in sepia tones: the Liverpool shipyard, [165]
Rock & Roll [97]
Roger of Poictiers, [272]
RopeWalks [356]
Rosie O'Grady's [477]
Sailed out of Liverpool when I was small like the first acorn falling out of an oak [45]
Saints, priests and Popes [224]
Saturday morning [486]
Saturday nights in a world before TV: [569]
Saturn’s fireball [286]
Scouser’s here Scouser’s there Scouser’s every ‘insert profanity’ where. [262]
Seagulls ascending, cormorants diving and sea eagles upon the wing- [626]
Shall we play the shame game? [318]
She didn’t put too much value on herself. [424]
She heard the music [711]
She shopped at Primark [96]
Shimmering above the city lake, [485]
Shopping bags at the ready, [292]
Sickness is everywhere, death is everywhere, [735]
Silent bricks the stones are mute [517]
Sitting opposite to the Mersey, there he is... [712]
Some kids know cars [750]
Sometimes I wish I was a fisherman, [584]
Sometimes an image strikes a cruel blow: [362]
Sons of The Mersey [587]
Sprouting like a tired grey mushroom [441]
St. Luke’s, a living memorial, [151]
Stand on the Cast Iron Shore [26]
Stanton Plumb and Mark Oliver were gentlemen's barbers back in 1953. [198]
Stebles fountain, what a spot [541]
Stone still Liver bird, [481]
Strawberry Fields (forever?) [437]
Stuck in the corner [76]
Stumbling out of the planetarium [532]
Such a dilema what shall I do [75]
Sun gloriously shimmered down [369]
THE C I T Y O F NEW Y O R K [246]
Tadpoling at Sefton Park, [463]
Ted was big and amiable, [209]
Tell them again, John. [562]
Ten Silk Cut - three left, [495]
That Gormley scene [220]
The Banks of the Mersey have always been [58]
The Blackhorse Place [490]
The City of Liverpool has lots of history [776]
The Coronation was coming, [697]
The Curzon on the corner [462]
The Dockers umbrella, so said me old fella [678]
The Echo seller, [480]
The Judges walked into Chelsea Royal Garden Show [323]
The Live! in the Pool [426]
The Liver Birds stand proudly, as rain falls gently down, [210]
The Liver bird flew upriver with a stone in his beak [683]
The Liverpudlian will balance sentiment against pride. [61]
The Lord gave me a very special son [513]
The Lune laundry lay long a low [796]
The Mersey diamonds the sun, [799]
The Number Ten bus [590]
The Old Liverpool Dental Hospital [746]
The Old Swan Library, [637]
The Power, The Glory, [721]
The Princess Gardens is where we dine, [230]
The Psychiatrist said [682]
The River Dee has silted up [556]
The River Mersey [291]
The River flows its rigid way [529]
The Scouse passion for all things footie [353]
The South [10]
The Stuckists were waiting [740]
The air is still,and the sun is warm [496]
The boys institute, [503]
The cenotaph mourns the fallen dead who sleep in perfect bas-relief. [191]
The character and the ethos of our cities and large towns [455]
The city is my overcoat, [459]
The city of Liverpool has so much history. [136]
The city of Liverpool is full of light, [313]
The clocks are now all missing [170]
The culture of capital’s come here to save us; [666]
The descriptive leaflet announced [4]
The double-decker tram [511]
The ebb and flow of Mersey dreams [66]
The elders of our city were united in their aim, [49]
The evening light [771]
The film showing at The Hippodrome was 'She', starring Peter Cushing! [600]
The first league game in 1893 [520]
The fish sellers at the market [783]
The lady with the spear [244]
The landmine fell nearby, after a long series of bombing raids on the Liverpool docks. [633]
The last 544 bus to Northwood leaving town on a Saturday night- [544]
The late evening sky was black as pitch. [753]
The legend has been written [80]
The long walk uphill [82]
The moon tucks up its skirts and hides its face, [685]
The mother smiled lovingly at her new born child and said, [193]
The night he fell into the cold black Mersey [601]
The other half [542]
The pigeons are distracted, [595]
The place I grew up became famous today. [528]
The postman must have wondered who was sending a letter to Liverpool, [575]
The rain of early morning washes down each city street, [451]
The salty snake licks the walls [754]
The scouser twang is world renowned [647]
The sea is lodged like shrapnel [109]
The sight and the ear are organs of tact [2]
The sixties caught us napping, [464]
The soft tread of the heel on steel, [30]
The songs the builders sing [330]
The tales he told at bedtime, as I sat upon his knee. [53]
The tower stands tall, rays of sun thrown on to the stone. [85]
The trams were pulled by horses – there was no electric then. [101]
The vat in the cellar of our house was large enough to boil [149]
The vigil that I stand for thee, [150]
The war had ended, and so had schooldays [630]
The warm August sun that always dried up our tears, [180]
Their electric guitars jangled in our ears, [161]
Their stands a strange looking man, all clad in red and white. [253]
There are Poppies on the cenotaph [649]
There are not many cities who can boast, [33]
There it lies, see! [341]
There once was a man called Ringo [72]
There stands Liverpool [789]
There stands a big statue all yellow. [99]
There was still a coal fire [375]
There where Pubs, [326]
There where four boys [226]
There’s a picture in a book. [686]
There's a photo of my mum and dad, [752]
There's a port in North West Britain [304]
There's a word you don't want [148]
They called you benign [155]
They came from Ireland's famine-ravaged shores; [741]
They came with suitcases like stones in their hands [449]
They lie there so carelessly, [280]
They refuse to be buried [201]
They say I am a Scouser [46]
They say that Dickens sailed for America through [22]
They were a part of every sail, [315]
They were just lads [645]
This is the worst Summer That Liverpool has ever had [547]
This was the gorgeous East to us: [707]
Those cavenous mouths [71]
Though you have no name on the streets, [358]
Tick tock. The Dockers' Clock [289]
To St Luke's via [138]
To be known as the first man [408]
To cascade into oblivious peace, [570]
To share or not to share is the question [467]
To sit and touch [723]
To the Kop. [190]
To those of us who’ve lost a child, only we can know the pain, [628]
Today I dress myself in soup [472]
Today, at Barry’s funeral [371]
Tomorrow comes with [18]
Tony Grimes he went to sea fighting for democracy, [183]
Tourist: Hi there, can I ask you a few questions about Liverpool? [185]
Trading on my dreams [256]
Twas in the 1950’s [331]
Twisting,turning, slipping into clothes was the thing to do in St John's dive into the bargains [81]
Two Eleven-Plus schoolboys meandered slowly up the long Long Lane! [549]
Two Sarges' [764]
Two birds, erect, with great wings open wide, [483]
Two faces peering [453]
Two thousand and seven is our Birthday year [5]
Two women sit at a table [448]
University for the student [505]
Up the hill I stood [667]
Upon the river I travelled to earn my daily bread [579]
Venturing out again [540]
Viewing the city through a forest of cranes is an unusual sight. Liverpool left to deteriorate like a bad apple in a very large barrel, the decay bordered on the absurd. [560]
Violent night on Merseyside: a rocket [345]
W.B. Yeats extolled the Irish peasant. [418]
Walk quick, wet to skin [404]
Walking to the pier head, [582]
Watch her sitting alone, [282]
We Had the biggest Bomy in the whole wide pool [470]
We are the country of Liverpool, [337]
We are the family of Liverpool, [112]
We are the famous city of Liverpool, [614]
We are the famous city of Liverpool, [376]
We are two groovy sisters [309]
We cannot tend beside his grave, [727]
We emigrated from Dublin to Liverpool in 1984 [537]
We have three Great Graces [720]
We lived in Arnold Grove once [694]
We love our city of Liverpool [639]
We may have passed each other, on the street without a glance, [498]
We often take for granted [60]
We sang gaelic songs on coffin ships [384]
We struggled up the crumbling hillside [203]
We talk in Liverpool [255]
We took the tram to Seaforth [126]
We're held up by wires like [402]
We're huddled in Mother Redcap's one freezing night [370]
We're the city of Scousers, [653]
We're the city of Scousers, [576]
We, sofa sat and stare, [349]
Weathered. [660]
Welcome to Liverpool [65]
Well I remember when all I had to spend was time [546]
What is it about my Liverpool home [491]
What should a memorial be? [523]
What the hell are you doin’ to the City? [497]
What will you find in the city of culture? [135]
When I recall the things I've seen since the Coronation of our Queen, [368]
When I was 4 yrs, I played in the park, [357]
When I was a lad at Rose Lane School, I saved [641]
When I was a small boy [31]
When I went to liver school, this is what I yearned [296]
When I'm old and gray [782]
When King John signed the charter, he was no-ones fool, [629]
When it seemed all hope had gone, [515]
When she was younger than I am now [673]
When they built [390]
When they said 'Liverpool', I could hear [458]
When war broke out in in ‘39 [792]
When we wuz kids inLiverpool [340]
When you close your eyes can you recall [157]
Where can you find two copper birds [508]
Where did all the tramps go [401]
Where did the name of our city come from, nobody knows? [580]
Where do I start, how far back do I go, [713]
Where's the pool in Liverpool? [223]
Which one of those neighbours belongs to you. [420]
Who is Catherine seaward, she is a herione to us all [732]
Why are Liverpudlians so proud [260]
Why did Dolly leave home [621]
Willy Russell met Darcy Bussell- [300]
Winters, we spent hiding behind snowflakes. [95]
Wish you were here [297]
With big green wellies on her feet, [482]
With cover girl looks and a figure for passion; [130]
With my eyesight [321]
With your flags and cathedrals [414]
Within the kindly shadows of the cast iron church, [693]
Yesterday, in my hometown of Liverpool- [192]
You [416]
You ask me for my memories of my home in Liverpool. [283]
You believe you could have been [380]
You came in snow blizzard [431]
You look at our people, and wonder what we lack, [336]
You'll be shocked [83]
You'll never walk alone [103]
You've sprayed your name all over the place [17]
Your eyes shine [59]
You’re in gang territory here [69]
a day in history long gone [738]
and a way the city builds, always [507]
chilla... [700]
cold coffee, half a bun [175]
do you remember when [443]
how false memories made Liverpool my home [279]
it is as if no other birth gave birth [100]
just long enough to know [748]
living pool [551]
me da took me 'ome [365]
she sings to me, gentling the slow lap of the years, [706]
streets are busy [526]
the house [500]
the humour, the wit, the tarmac, the grit. [216]
they saw this city get build on gold. [638]
through the windswept heath and gorse, [534]
to tick all the boxes [43]
took some old clothes to the rag man and he gave me a Goldfish [442]
unknown streets hold hearts in hands [389]
when I was most undeserving [348]
when your heart yearns for [373]
worm eaten timber [681]
yellow [79]
“A Geordie!” I`m startled as a shop assistant exclaimed [351]
“Coming out” me mates would shout [44]
“Here, attended by my thick but excellently paid retainer, Putridge, [288]
– proof that anything was possible: [702]

Poems by Author

A parent [403]
A. Ballard [50]
A. Colle [364]
A. Davidson [303]
A. Jones [388]
Aaron Murdoch [533]
Abbie Stevens aged 10 [586]
Abenia Moriania [648]
Adam Hector and 7A1 Childwall sc [639]
Ajata [273]
Ajata [274]
Alan Nigel [502]
Alan Makin [525]
Alan McGloughlin [327]
Alan Nigel [729]
Albert Radcliffe [569]
Alison Eley [441]
Amy Marley [20]
Andrew Dobbs [721]
Andrew Jackson [235]
Andrew Macaulay [651]
Andrew Taylor [138]
Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise [321]
Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise [501]
Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise [69]
Angela Kenny [523]
Anna Lachy [423]
Anna Nicholson [716]
Anne Bryant-Hamon [176]
Anthony Hogan [154]
Anthony Hogan [258]
Anthony Hogan [283]
Anthony Hogan [401]
Anthony Hogan [577]
Anthony Hogan [649]
Anthony Hogan [663]
Anthony Hogan [678]
Anthony Hogan [694]
Anthony Hogan [732]
Anthony Hogan [737]
Anthony Hogan [757]
Anthony Hogan [793]
Anthony Hogan [603]
Anthony Redmond [513]
Arjuna [452]
Arthur Murray [366]
Author unknown [727]
B. Anderson [765]
B. Beak [770]
B. Nichols [768]
B. Price [438]
B. Wimbridge [763]
Baden Prince Jnr [773]
Baden Prince jnr [286]
Baden Prince jnr [432]
Barry Avison [159]
Barry Avison [351]
Beb Webster [725]
Ben Calvert young poet [776]
Ben Crone [310]
Ben Crone [504]
Ben Oliver [171]
Ben Shields Age 12 [613]
Ben Webster and Chris Prescott young poets [24]
Beth Springer [679]
Bill Curran [179]
Bill Curran [229]
Bill Curran [304]
Bill Curran [621]
Bill Murphy [691]
Billy Curran [281]
Billy Matchett [339]
Billy Moon [296]
Billy Moon [704]
Billy Wilson [177]
Billy Wilson [18]
Billy Wilson [199]
Billy Wilson [330]
Billy Wilson [52]
Billy Wilson [65]
Billy Wilson [92]
Blanche Rice [129]
Bob Harding-Jones [311]
Bob Harding-Jones [650]
Brian McGuire & Anne Greenwood [468]
Brian O'Connell [191]
Brian O'Connell [192]
Brian O'Connell [193]
Brian O'Connell [194]
Brian O'Connell [197]
Brian O'Connell [198]
Brian O'Connell [200]
Brian O'Connell [250]
Brian O'Connell [300]
Brian O'Connell [350]
Brian O'Connell [400]
Brian O'Connell [544]
Brian O'Connell [549]
Brian O'Connell [574]
Brian O'Connell [575]
Brian O'Connell [598]
Brian O'Connell [600]
Brian O'Connell [625]
Brian O'Connell [626]
By Barry Avison [599]
By Clare Snead, a founder Trustee of Liverpool based Phoenix Cat Rescue Trust [529]
By Daniel Hesketh a young poet [642]
By: Z.L.E [489]
C. Promir [26]
C.M.Tilbury [272]
C.M.Tilbury [275]
CMTilbury [175]
Carmen Collins (age 5) [551]
Carole Baldock [294]
Carole Dillon [326]
Caroline Carver [45]
Caroline Carver [683]
Caroline Tilbury [160]
Carolyn Davidson [735]
Carolyn Edwards [333]
Carolyn Edwards [342]
Catherine Kanaan [237]
Charlene Dewbre [507]
Charles Bernstein [21]
Charles Bernstein [241]
Charles Bernstein [530]
Charles Bernstein [601]
Charles Bernstein [669]
Charles Bernstein [736]
Charles Bernstein [788]
Charles Bernstein [797]
Chloe Holt [769]
Chris Blundell [457]
Chris Carnauba [244]
Chris Darlington [153]
Chris Lewis [187]
Chris McCarthy [135]
Chris Mooney-Singh [322]
Christian Eriksson [358]
Christopher T. George [15]
Christopher T. George [161]
Christopher T. George [162]
Christopher T. George [17]
Christopher T. George [215]
Christopher T. George [236]
Christopher T. George [240]
Christopher T. George [265]
Christopher T. George [288]
Christopher T. George [318]
Christopher T. George [334]
Christopher T. George [338]
Christopher T. George [344]
Christopher T. George [345]
Christopher T. George [370]
Christopher T. George [380]
Christopher T. George [381]
Christopher T. George [408]
Christopher T. George [563]
Christopher T. George [56]
Christopher T. George [641]
Christopher T. George [662]
Christopher T. George [687]
Christopher T. George [699]
Christopher T. George [98]
Christopher T. George [289]
Christopher T. George [307]
Clare Bostock [169]
Clare Kirwan [308]
Clare Kirwan [402]
Clare Kirwan [449]
Clare Kirwan [702]
Clare Kirwan [711]
Clare Kirwan [756]
Clare Williams [652]
Class 7A1 Childwall Sports College [614]
Clive Griffiths [349]
Clive Griffiths [360]
Clive Griffiths [382]
Clive Griffiths [585]
Clive Griffiths [84]
Clive Griffiths [217]
Clive Griffiths [459]
Clive Griffiths [280]
Colin Watts [555]
Colin Watts [666]
Colin Watts, old poet. [777]
Constance Atwill [404]
Copland Smith [750]
D. Lokhead [659]
D.Hogg [746]
DIck Hayes [582]
DIck Hayes [619]
Daniel Crone [314]
Danielle King [576]
Darren Thomas [472]
Dave Jeffreys [561]
Dave Jeffreys [668]
Dave Parrish [744]
Dave Prendergast [790]
Dave Price [331]
Dave Price [367]
Dave Price [455]
Dave Price [792]
Dave Price [285]
Dave Sharpe [588]
Dave and Rob MPAC [409]
David Callin [707]
David Connor [152]
David Gwilym Anthony [362]
David Hastie & Johanna Hillebrand [703]
David Ryder [298]
David W. Landrum [592]
Denis Joe O' Driscoll [252]
Denise [611]
Desmond Swords [80]
Dick Hayes [479]
Dick Hayes [480]
Dick Hayes [557]
Dick Hayes [685]
Don McCallister [589]
Donna [653]
Dorothy Clements [783]
Dorothy Clements young poet [376]
Dorothy Clements budding poet [782]
Dorothy Clements young poet [781]
Dorothy Fletcher [232]
Dorothy Kelly-Hughes [741]
Dorothy Steele [7]
Dot Holden [491]
Dr Winston O'Boogie [78]
E. Byron [64]
E.S.Thompson [775]
Ed Percival [25]
Edith Springer [506]
Edith Springer (101 yrs) [101]
Eileen Kyriacou [514]
Eileen Powell [251]
Eileen Powell [680]
Elaine M Thompson [646]
Elaine McKenna [242]
Ellen Grace Spears [656]
Emily Mount age 13 [63]
Emma Evans [373]
Emma Loftus [717]
Emma Wain age 12 [638]
Evelyn Mason [791]
F Forthlin [195]
Fairy [8]
Faye Christiansen [38]
Faye Christiansen [673]
Form 71 Childwall Sports College [664]
Francis Jones [785]
Frank McCoy [104]
Frankie McAlle young poet [337]
Gabby Tyrrell [81]
Gary Blankenship, Bremerton, WA USA [70]
Gary Gornell [684]
Gary Heaps [720]
Gary Watson [262]
Gary Watson [416]
Gary Watson [516]
Gary Watson [570]
Gary Watson [608]
Gaynor and Dave [433]
Geoff Gay [532]
George Flannery [393]
George Wallace [779]
George Wilson [784]
Geraldine Green [414]
Gill McEvoy [109]
Gordon Gostelow [389]
Grace Collins (age 11) [526]
H. Macbryde [796]
Happy Birthday [738]
Hazel Collinge [372]
Hazel Collinge [424]
Hazel Collinge [633]
Helen [594]
Helen Black [627]
Helen Namid [323]
Henry Quince [165]
Herman Melville [302]
Hilary Neville [201]
Hilary Neville [202]
Hilary Neville [203]
Hodge [341]
Hodge [385]
Hodge [386]
Hodge [39]
Hugo Marchen [266]
I Cross [497]
I Horton [493]
Ian Hobson (age 7) [299]
Ian Hunter [527]
Ian Jackson [329]
Ian Teeling [277]
Irene Watts [33]
J. Blakemore [234]
J. CAMPBELL [743]
J. Campbell [425]
J. Campbell [430]
J. Campbell [44]
J. Campbell [53]
J. Campbell [75]
J. Steele [6]
Jacqueline Dobbins [688]
James Blackmore [661]
James Dillon [226]
Jan Sear [227]
Jan Sear [22]
Jan Sear [254]
Jan Sear [36]
Jane Neason Bellis [324]
Janine Pinion [407]
Janine Pinion [722]
Janine Pinion [730]
Jean Neale [387]
Jean Neale [406]
Jean Neale [436]
Jean Neale [471]
Jean Neale [558]
Jean Neale [571]
Jean Neale [596]
Jean Neale [671]
Jean Neale [695]
Jean Neale [766]
Jean Stanbury [16]
Jean Stanbury [454]
Jean Stanbury [723]
Jeann Neale [686]
Jenna Freeman aged 11 [494]
Jennifer Bosveld [100]
Jenny Reid [87]
Jessi young poet [701]
Jim Connolly [231]
Jim Connolly [560]
Jim Connolly [205]
Jim Corner [731]
Jim Dawson [146]
Jim Doss [612]
Joan McEvoy Rooney [295]
Joan Phillips [417]
Joe Lasley [745]
Joe O'Brien, Alex Loy, Eve Williams, Sean Ho [72]
Johanna Hillebrand [279]
John Arthur [631]
John Austin, Dave Plumley, John Dovier, Teresa - Lime Court [412]
John C Heldt [136]
John Clays [467]
John Clays [4]
John Clays [67]
John Clays [798]
John Clays [379]
John Davies [484]
John E. Prince [336]
John G.Hall [348]
John Humphries [166]
John Humphries [140]
John Humphries [141]
John Kerr [183]
John L Davidson [123]
John Ledgerton [111]
John Lennon 1971 [245]
John Martin [794]
John McQuirk [689]
Jonathan Davies [674]
Josephine Vella. [103]
Juleigh Howard-Hobson [131]
Juleigh Howard-Hobson [221]
Juleigh Howard-Hobson [261]
Julie Doyle [632]
Justine Tennant [121]
Justine Tennant [151]
Justine Tennant [239]
Justine Tennant [256]
Justine Tennant [276]
Justine Tennant [3]
Justine Tennant [238]
Justine Tennant [263]
Justine Tennant [264]
Kaia Medcalf young poet [615]
Kath Boyle [488]
Kath Boyle [538]
Kath Dodd [291]
Kath Dodd [292]
Kath Dodd [355]
Kath Dodd [383]
Kath Dodd [415]
Kath Dodd [421]
Kath Dodd [435]
Kath Dodd [461]
Kath Dodd [462]
Kath Dodd [463]
Kath Dodd [464]
Kath Dodd [465]
Kath Dodd [469]
Kath Dodd [486]
Kath Dodd [490]
Kath Dodd [518]
Kath Dodd [535]
Kath Dodd [536]
Kath Dodd [542]
Kath Dodd [590]
Kath Dodd [637]
Kath Dodd [660]
Kath Dodd [755]
Keeley Ray [786]
Keeley Ray [787]
Keeley Ray age 11 [780]
Keeley Ray - young poet [137]
Keeley Ray young poet [778]
Keith Seaman: Val Strawson: Dave Sergeant - Lime Court [411]
Kemal Houghton [335]
Kenneth Smith [670]
Kenneth Williams [552]
Kenny Smith [368]
Kevin Cadwallender [434]
Kevin Donovan [719]
Kevin Kirwan [120]
Kevin Kirwan [371]
Laura and Katy young poets [309]
Laura from Kirkby [43]
Laura from Kirkby [705]
Laura from Kirkby [76]
Lauren and Megan young poets [583]
Laurie Byro [95]
Lesley Culshaw [426]
Lester Zephyr [754]
Lewis Rice [553]
Light... [591]
Lilly Williams young poet [510]
Linda Carlson [157]
Linda Carlson [444]
Linda Tomlinson [398]
Lindsey McGrath [445]
Lindsey McGrath [713]
Lindsey McGrath [99]
Lisa Arthur [213]
Lisa Arthur [284]
Lisa Arthur [500]
Lisa Arthur [700]
Lisa Hannah [752]
Liz Denton [795]
Liz Loxley [458]
Louise Castle [764]
Lynda Colle [697]
M. McTier [681]
M. Pritchard [19]
M. Wilson [714]
M.Neil [12]
M.Wilson [343]
MARGARET LASLEY [593]
Maire Malone [384]
Maire Malone [392]
Maire Malone [395]
Maire Malone [418]
Maire Malone [419]
Maire Malone [440]
Maire Malone [537]
Margaret Goings [13]
Margaret Goings [149]
Margaret Goings [287]
Margaret Goings [728]
Margaret Lumley nee Ross [761]
Margaret Shepherd [361]
Margaret Shepherd [492]
Marge Medley [654]
Maria Gornell [431]
Maria Gornell [439]
Maria Gornell [774]
Maria Gornell. [369]
Maria Gutierrez Navarro [156]
Maria Gutierrez Navarro [2]
Maria Gutierrez Navarro [690]
Maria Gutierrez Navarro [712]
Marion [222]
Marion Smith [618]
Martin Malone [139]
Martin Malone [163]
Martin Malone [164]
Martin Malone [214]
Martin Milner [184]
Mary Braithwaite [269]
Mary Braithwaite [698]
Mary Braithwaite [789]
Mary Braithwaite [799]
Mary Cunningham [356]
Mary Scondane [546]
Mary Watts [531]
Mary Wrigley [204]
Mary Wrigley [760]
Maureen Weldon [218]
Maureen Weldon [37]
Maureen Windevec, Rosemary Nicholson, Paul Squires, Rose Mercer - Lime Court [359]
Mavis Jones [573]
Maxwell Miller [271]
Mayor of New York [246]
Melissa - Alder Hey Hospital [325]
Melissa Morelli Lacroix [726]
Melissa Morelli Lacroix [751]
Members of Yo Liverpool [399]
Michael O'Leary Childwall Sports College [27]
Michael Walsh [130]
Michael Walsh [267]
Michael Walsh [306]
Michael Walsh [378]
Michael Walsh [41]
Michael Walsh [427]
Michael Walsh [428]
Michael Walsh [49]
Michael Walsh [61]
Michael Walsh [150]
Michael Walsh [30]
Michael Walsh (pen name) [487]
Michael Williams [511]
Micheal Price [556]
Michelle Williams young poet [509]
Michelle Williams Young Poet [188]
Michelle Wright [607]
Miira [429]
Miira [566]
Miira [739]
Mike Bartram [253]
Mike Bartram [394]
Mike Bartram [420]
Mike Bartram [460]
Mike Bartram [466]
Mike Bartram [584]
Mike Bartram [609]
Mike Bartram [617]
Mike Bartram [620]
Mike Braithwaite [667]
Mike Haines [559]
Mike Penney [476]
Mike Travis [31]
Minako Jackson [328]
Minnie [122]
Minnie [357]
Minnie [482]
Molly Griffiths (age 11) [85]
Moyna Davis (nee) Dodd [115]
Mr Don Revie. [190]
Mrs Agnes M Kelly [657]
Mrs Mac, Maureen Brown, Paul Blunt- Lime Court [391]
N. Martin [478]
N. Wallace [610]
NORMA E JONES [374]
Nathan Penlington [40]
Neal. Sellers [724]
Neil White [772]
Nigel Chahwanda Young Poet [112]
Nita Jones [630]
Nomthandazo Jubane. [105]
Norm Whittle [116]
Norm Whittle [11]
Norm Whittle [126]
Norm Whittle [133]
Norm Whittle [142]
Norm Whittle [147]
Norm Whittle [170]
Norm Whittle [23]
Norm Whittle [28]
Norm Whittle [305]
Norm Whittle [319]
Norm Whittle [340]
Norm Whittle [447]
Norm Whittle [475]
Norm Whittle [51]
Norm Whittle [524]
Norm Whittle [60]
Norm Whittle [68]
Norma E Jones [172]
Norma E Jones [32]
Norma E Jones [34]
Norman Broughton [759]
Pamela Keegan-Benich 2006 [46]
Parry Maguire [118]
Parry Maguire [119]
Parry Maguire [128]
Parry Maguire [158]
Parry Maguire [167]
Parry Maguire [207]
Parry Maguire [208]
Parry Maguire [219]
Parry Maguire [228]
Parry Maguire [233]
Parry Maguire [257]
Parry Maguire [346]
Parry Maguire [35]
Parry Maguire [42]
Parry Maguire [437]
Parry Maguire [517]
Parry Maguire [520]
Parry Maguire [587]
Parry Maguire [58]
Parry Maguire [59]
Parry Maguire [73]
Parry Maguire [93]
Parry Maguire [94]
Patricia Gornell [718]
Patricia Heaps [410]
Patricia Heaps [692]
Paul Markey [568]
Pauline E Speak [473]
Pauline E Speak [498]
Pauline E Speak [628]
Pauline E Speak [629]
Pauline Rowe [567]
Peggy Pool [448]
Penelope Shuttle [456]
Penny Bellis [708]
Penny Read [655]
Pete Jones [224]
Pete Livesley [481]
Peter Berry [495]
Peter Berry [595]
Peter Thabit Jones [29]
Phillipa Jones [377]
Poem handed in at Zoes PLace [758]
Poem800 [247]
Polly [62]
R. C. [124]
Rachel Bartram (aged 9) [644]
Rachel Roberts [640]
Rachel Roberts [665]
Ralph Killy [753]
Real_Scouse_Poet [206]
Rebecca Mason [715]
Reg Leonard [597]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [14]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [1]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [209]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [255]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [312]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [332]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [747]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [749]
Roger Cliffe-Thompson [762]
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