Gillian Clarke

(1937 / Cardiff / United Kingdom)

Gillian Clarke Poems

1. Six bells 11/11/2016
2. A Difficult Birth 2/1/2018
3. Lament 2/1/2018
4. Marged 2/1/2018
5. Swimming with Seals 2/1/2018
6. The Field Mouse 2/1/2018
7. SIX BELLS 2/1/2018
8. BLUE HYDRANGEAS 2/1/2018
9. IN THE READING ROOM 2/1/2018
10. Miracle On St David's Day 2/1/2018
11. Letters From Bosnia 2/1/2018
12. Pheidippedes' Daughter 6/24/2015
13. Flood 12/10/2015
14. In the reading room 11/11/2016
15. October 2/1/2018
16. On The Train 2/1/2018
17. Peregrine Falcon 2/1/2018
18. Blue Hydrangeas, September 5/14/2015
19. Babysitting 2/1/2018
20. Catrin 2/1/2018
21. Cold Knap Lake 2/1/2018
22. Polar 11/11/2016
23. Mali 2/1/2018
24. My Box 2/1/2018
25. The Titanic 9/19/2015

Comments about Gillian Clarke

  • Pat McAsey (3/8/2018 10:58:00 AM)

    Where can I find the words of ‘The Carpenter’s Boy’?

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Best Poem of Gillian Clarke

The Titanic

Under the ocean where water falls
over the decks and tilted walls
where the sea come knocking at the great ship's door,
the band still plays
to the drum of the waves,
to the drum of the waves.

Down in the indigo depths of the sea
the white shark waltzes gracefully
down the water stairways, across the ballroom floor
where the cold shoals flow
and ghost dancers go,
ghost dancers go.

Their dresses are frayed, their shoes are lost.
their jewels and beads and bones are tossed
into the sand, all turned to stone,
as they sing in the ...

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The Titanic

Under the ocean where water falls
over the decks and tilted walls
where the sea come knocking at the great ship's door,
the band still plays
to the drum of the waves,
to the drum of the waves.

Down in the indigo depths of the sea
the white shark waltzes gracefully

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