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Matt Goodfellow Feb 27
Excited to be an Ambassador for on 1st Oct 2020. This year's theme is Vision & the website is now live with ideas & inspiration. Visit .
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Roger Robinson Jul 9
Delighted that A PORTABLE PARADISE has been selected for inclusion in ’s recommended poetry books for 2020
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Donna Hunter Nov 30
My poem Truth and Confessions has been shortlisted in the 2019 compettion Please listen and vote. I would love to win and have chance to record it professionally. 😍😊😎
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Dr Charlotte May Mar 21
Robert Southey died 1843, which neatly coincides with ! 'There was a time when all my youthful thought Was of the Muse; and of the Poet's fame, How fair it flourisheth and fadeth not' - 'The Lay of the Laureate', 1816
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Barnsley Museums Jun 16
Have you listened to the latest yet? It's an 'On The Buses' special recorded a few years ago as part of it's filled with singalongs, poetry and spoken word.
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Jennifer Hotes - 🌈 My mom’s favorite author📚🖊 Mar 21
“The woods are lovely Dark and deep, But I have miles to go before I sleep Miles to go before I sleep.” - Robert Frost
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Ana Sampson McLaughlin Jul 9
Absolutely MADE UP that National Poetry Day have recommended my forthcoming anthology of poems about freedom & escape (accidentally topical content). She Will Soar is published in September and I'm so excited to share these poems with readers
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Poetry Pharmacy 🚑⚖💊📚🇪🇺 Jun 25
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IMDb Mar 21
O me! O Life! It’s ! What’s your favorite poem featured in a film?
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Dave Trotsky Mar 21
Happy National Poetry day, you wonderful people. Here’s a poem about hope that I wrote for my daughters... seems appropriate right now for us all.
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The Poetry Exchange Mar 11
Get it in your diaries, get it on your heart, stick it on your jumper, wear it on your sleeve (or wherever)... 1 October 2020
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Sharewear Nottingham Jul 26
Save the date! Sunday 4th Oct. Hucknall's first ever Book Festival! 2 venues, live entertainment, raffle, massive range of books at bargain prices, unique book related gifts made from recycled fabric, get your child's poetry published on our socials
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LaughOutLander Mar 21
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Books for Keeps Jul 9
Check out the list of new children's books recommended for . Lots of great FREE resources too so that you can plan your 1 October celebrations.
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Samuel West Mar 21
Replying to @exitthelemming
09 Sometimes by Sheenagh Pugh Happy . I hope you enjoy the readings. Tomorrow - guest readers!
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Róisín Convery Jun 25
Very excited to have a lesson plan included in this brilliant bank of resources for on October 1st!
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The Jolly Boys’ Podcast - Only Fools & Horses. Mar 6
“They seek him here, they see him there. Those policemen seek him everywhere. Is he in heaven or is he in hell? That damn illusive Sha-a-dow”
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Grace Ioppolo, FSA Mar 21
For : Alan Rickman reads ’s Sonnet 130: Dame Helen Mirren reads from “Antony and Cleopatra”: Dame Judi Dench and Benedict Cumberbatch read from “Twelfth Night:
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Luke Skywalker Mar 21
The crystal is the heart of the blade. The heart is the crystal of the Jedi. The Jedi is the crystal of the Force. The Force is the blade of the heart. All are intertwined. The crystal, the blade, the Jedi. You are one.
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Anna Koska Mar 21
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