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Suffolk Poems - Poems about Suffolk

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Premium Member My Town
...re But dapper clothes and Belgian beer ! Fond memories of forgotten sights Of “Purdys” with its orange lights Suffolk and Everards hotel Art Deco Odeon as well. In Hardwick park, on summer days Shielding from the heat and ha......Read More
Categories: suffolk, city, history, home, me,
Form: Rhyme



Southwold I love you
...Southwold (Suffolk). Dear Southwold How I love to visit you, To stand barefoot, On your bright yellow sandy beaches, ......Read More
Categories: suffolk, dream, earth, how i
Form: Political Verse
The lamp was quiet
... He fell so broke our lamp, a sphere of stone Made by potters on the Suffolk Coast The lamp was silent, it was he who groaned I was not angry, though I may have moaned I loved our lam......Read More
Categories: suffolk, absence, allusion, bereavement,
Form: Villanelle
A seaside town
...ooks out above Edwardian tiles, Across Sole Bay and looking down Shines out for more than twenty miles. The pride of Suffolk, on the coast, For many not an idle boast. Victorian sleepy seaside town, That’s Southwold, home of Adnam’s......Read More
Categories: suffolk, beach, sea,
Form: Verse
Putting on harness
...Standing tall and proud as Punch, Albert, my Suffolk, softens to receive his collar. I lift the hames across his back, throw over pad and traces, belts and chains,......Read More
Categories: suffolk, animal, business, farm,
Form: I do not know?



Memories on the breeze
...with newly mown grass the present scene replaced before my eyes with summer childhood from some decades past. Dad's Suffolk Punch striping the long back lawn mums gossipped, back and forth like free range hens kids coming home, hands ......Read More
Categories: suffolk, childhood,
Form: Sonnet
The Battle of Arras April May 1917
...attles were fought in that one. Each one was fought until the death. Rolls of honour reveal what I’ve just said. The Suffolk Regiments did us proud. On that Arras bloody battleground. Many souls were lost, I do implore. Seek elsewhere......Read More
Categories: suffolk, analogy, anniversary, thank you,
Form: Epitaph
The bicycle Tour of Brirtain
...sell Harris The new mad author & A Poetry Soup honourably mentioned poet The tour of Britain’s is coming here. To Suffolk County, do you hear? To see those riders is such a sight. As they flash pass on their bikes, alright. The swi......Read More
Categories: suffolk, crush, encouraging, september, travel,
Form: I do not know?
Is there life after death
...the right hand of God on high. His rightful place when He did finally die. The above poem came to me, as BBC radio Suffolk today, Sunday 9 April 2017 Palm Sunday, were discussing they had interviewed some people who are claiming they w......Read More
Categories: suffolk, birth, death, life, religion,
Form: I do not know?
Suffolk Day
...Suffolk day Wednesday 21st of June 2017 By Stanley Russell Harris The new mad author & A Poetry Soup honourably menti......Read More
Categories: suffolk, celebration, encouraging, fun, happiness,
Form: I do not know?
Evie Edwards
...she finds little time around, For business management, Which she tries to study, sound, At the University Campus Suffolk, Because she loves Boccia’s ground, That’s perfect for her in pairs: At the Euros she was renowned. She......Read More
Categories: suffolk, sports, strength,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Zoe Newson
... Who was born with growth hormone deficiency, In Ipswich, she attended East Bergholt school, lifter, And enjoyed the Suffolk School Games, proficiency. She tried the sport of powerlifting for the first time, In 2006, and as a result ......Read More
Categories: suffolk, body, dream, power, sports,
Form: Quatrain
Speed thrills Stopping abruptly kills
...not drive any more. As angels don’t speed, I implore. I am sending this to Mr. Mark Murphy the DJ now on BBC Radio Suffolk. The radio and programs I am habitual tuned into lol. (The mad Author.) Copies Poetry Soup. Mr Mark Mu......Read More
Categories: suffolk, adventure, age, car, cool,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Bit of fun for Gav from Ipswich
...In Suffolk where the barley grows, Its said that folks have seven toes, And 'round some parts of Sutton Hoo, They've gr......Read More
Categories: suffolk, funny,
Form: ABC
I wore my pyjamas a whole week
...s and guess what I found some old poems. There talking on the radio There talking on the radio today. BBC radio Suffolk, I must say. About wearing pyjamas when outside. Not in bed, where you can hide. I’ll tell you now one w......Read More
Categories: suffolk, dog, feelings, humor, me,
Form: Couplet

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