Vernon Watkins: New Selected Poems
Vernon Watkins was an accomplished Welsh poet, published throughout his lifetime and acclaimed by his peers, but in recent years, public awareness of Watkins has ceased, creating a bizarre gap in the perception of 20th-century poetry. This new selection introduces his work to a new generation.
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from The Lady with the Unicorn 1948
from The Death Bell 1954
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Andrew Motion Ballad bird blossom bone born break breakers breath cave Ceri Richards cliff Collected Poems dead Death Bell drop Dufau-Labeyrie dust Dylan Thomas earth eyes fall fear Flash-eye frost Gower Gower Peninsula grass grief Gwen Watkins harp heard hidden holds Kathleen Raine knock leaves Leslie Norris light listening living look lost love's lyric lyric poetry Mari Lwyd Michael Hamburger Midnight move Music of Colours never night Patrick McGuinness Philip Larkin picklock Poems of Vernon poems Watkins poet poetic Poetry and Experience prose published R.S. Thomas ravens remember river rock sand secret Selected Poems edited Selected Writings edited shade shadow shell silence sleep song soul Spring stars stone Swansea T.S. Eliot Taliesin tears Temenos things thought time's tongue touched transfigured translated tree true truth turned Unicorn Vernon Watkins vision voice Watkins's poetry wave wind wings Winter words wrote Yeats