Lockdown Poetry

It’s always a good idea to maintain a sense of humour during hard times, and with this in mind, the following tongue in cheek lockdown related poems are meant to bring a smile and some light relief. More Poetry: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Poetry-Treasures-Special-Vols-Three/dp/0244129770/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=debbie+brewer+poetry+special&qid=1585167947&sr=8-1

Poems of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was an English literary genius, famous for his many classic novels such as The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Hard Times, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol, and many more. Less well known, but equally highly regarded, are his notable poems, which mark him as a talented […]

Poetry of Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte Bronte, (1816 – 1855), was an English novelist and poet. She was born in Yorkshire and was the eldest of four surviving siblings, Anne, Branwell, and Emily. She is known best for her novels, ‘Jane Eyre’, ‘Villette’, ‘The Professor’ and ‘Shirley’, all considered to be classics of English literature. Publishing under the names of […]

A Little Robin Bird

Robin As delicate light infuses the dark A simple song hails morn It’s single sweetness serenades The chorus of the dawn And as the light grows stronger still More voices join the tune And darkness leaves with dignity And takes with him the moon This morning choir is led by one A little robin bird […]

Time

They say time waits for no one, and I know that this is true It bothers me somewhat when there’s so much I want to do You cannot slow it down, it’s endless walk along the sands A never ending trek that pays no mercy to your plans And if you take too long to […]

Children’s Poetry: Mr and Mrs Mouse

Do you think Said Mr Mouse That we should buy A bigger house? Well my dear Said Mrs Mouse The problem is I like this house With baby mice I know it’s full And there’s no space Not much at all But it is cosy Nice and warm And keeps us dry When there’s a […]

Jane Austen Poems: Miss Lloyd Has Now Went To Miss Green

Jane Austen (1775-1817) was one of the most famous English novelists, known for her romantic fiction about English gentry. Less well known, but equally highly regarded, are her remarkable poems, which mark her as an exceptionally talented and respected poet. Artwork Engraving by Richard Bentley, 1870 Many people know of the famous poem by Jane […]