Radical Weekly Poems

  1. William Shakespeare, Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd
  2. Benjamin Zephaniah, What If
  3. Alfred Lord Tennyson, The Eagle
  4. Adrian Mitchell, Ten Ways to Avoid Lending Your Wheelbarrow to Anybody
  5. Rudyard Kipling, James I
  6. John Agard, Listen Mr. Oxford Don
  7. Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken
  8. John Cooper Clarke, Psycle Sluts
  9. W. H. Auden, The Fall of Rome
  10. Adrienne Rich, Phantasia for Elvira Shatayev
  11. Gerald Manley Hopkins, Inversnaid
  12. Linton Kwesi Johnson, Inglan is a Bitch
  13. W. B. Yeats, He Hears the Cry of the Sedge
  14. Rafeef Ziadah, We Teach Life, Sir!
  15. T. S. Eliot, Lines for an Old Man
  16. Maya Angelou, Still I Rise
  17. Anonymous, Donal Og
  18. Grace Nichols, To My Coral Bones
  19. William Wordsworth, Upon Westminster Bridge
  20. Benjamin Zephaniah, Dis Poetry
  21. Keith Douglas, How To Kill
  22. Adrian Mitchell, Old Age Report
  23. Wilfred Owen, Anthem for a Doomed Youth
  24. John Agard, Half Caste
  25. Edward Thomas, The Combe
  26. John Cooper Clarke, Twat
  27. John Milton, On the Late Massacre of Piedmont
  28. Adrienne Rich, In The Evening
  29. R. S. Thomas, Here
  30. Benjamin Zephaniah, Money

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