Carol Ann Duffy

(1955 / Glasgow / Scotland)

Carol Ann Duffy Poems

1. Adultery 6/8/2015
2. Anne Hathaway 12/11/2017
3. Christmas Eve 1/25/2016
4. Havisham 12/11/2017
5. History 3/17/2015
6. How many sailors to sail a ship? 12/11/2017
7. If I Was Dead 12/11/2017
8. In Mrs Tilscher's Class 12/11/2017
9. Mrs Midas 12/11/2017
10. Originally 12/11/2017
11. Prayer 12/11/2017
12. Queen Kong 4/13/2016
13. Safe Sounds 12/11/2017
14. Ship 12/11/2017
15. Spell 12/11/2017
16. Stealing 6/25/2015
17. Sung 12/11/2017
18. The Dark 12/11/2017
19. The Last Post 8/29/2015
20. The Light Gatherer 4/8/2015
21. The Look 12/11/2017
22. The Love Poem 12/11/2017
23. The Oldest Girl in The World 8/7/2015
24. The Scottish Prince 12/11/2017
25. The Shirt 6/24/2015
26. Valentine 12/16/2014
27. War Photographer 12/11/2017
28. Warming Her Pearls 12/11/2017
29. We Remember Your Childhood Well 10/23/2015
30. Words, Wide Night 9/5/2015

Comments about Carol Ann Duffy

  • Holly (12/10/2018 1:30:00 PM)

    I read a poem today by Carol Ann Duffy in class today but I can’t find it online it was called “Teacher” any ideas where I can find it?

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  • Maisie (11/30/2018 12:59:00 PM)

    Carol Ann Duffy's poems are really cool and I especially like the one about medusa

  • shalom jackie (11/26/2018 2:08:00 PM)

    my nan is so black. you cannot see her in the dark

  • shalom jackie (11/26/2018 2:06:00 PM)

    shalom to you all. So much blood!

  • Crystany (11/14/2018 12:21:00 PM)

    love her poems they are so good and they like really make sense

  • emma ali (11/11/2018 4:13:00 AM)

    i love her poems
    carol ann duffy is fancy

  • Jesus (10/22/2018 8:11:00 PM)

    Y'all needa chill

  • booby (9/13/2018 6:55:00 AM)

    suck ma WOAAAAAAA

  • Juliet pritchard (7/15/2018 2:58:00 AM)

    did carol anne duffy write a poem about a man transing

  • bill nye (7/13/2018 5:16:00 AM)

    OHHHHHHHH YES this poem is amazing

Best Poem of Carol Ann Duffy


Not a red rose or a satin heart.

I give you an onion.
It is a moon wrapped in brown paper.
It promises light
like the careful undressing of love.

It will blind you with tears
like a lover.
It will make your reflection
a wobbling photo of grief.

I am trying to be truthful.

Not a cute card or a kissogram.

I give you an onion.
Its fierce kiss will stay on your lips,
possessive and faithful
as we are,
for as long as we are.

Take it.
Its platinum loops shrink to a wedding-ring,
if you ...

Read the full of Valentine


Wear dark glasses in the rain.
Regard what was unhurt
as though through a bruise.
Guilt. A sick, green tint.
New gloves, money tucked in the palms,
the handshake crackles. Hands
can do many things. Phone.
Open the wine. Wash themselves. Now
you are naked under your clothes all day,

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