Author(s): Ana Sampson
From the classics of Wordsworth, Donne and Keats to such modern masters as Hughes, Heaney and Larkin, work from half a millennium of poetry resides in one beautiful anthology for readers to cherish and make their own.
With well over 100 poems, arranged into themes of love, nature, childhood, war and family, and with poems offering time-tested wisdom and advice for all situations, your best-loved are sure to be within these pages - whether they're half-remembered nostalgia pieces or learnt by heart - ready to dip into and refer back to whenever and wherever you are.
Whether in search of comfort, inspiration or escape, this poetry anthology includes classics from the likes of Tennyson, Marvell, Byron and Rossetti alongside the more contemporary voices of Ayres, Larkin and Zephaniah.
Ana Sampson studied English Literature at the University of Sheffield and gained a BA and MA before starting a career in publishing PR. Ana has contributed articles to various publications including Writers' Market UK, The Book Club Bible and The Bookseller. She is the author of I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud, Tyger Tyger Burning Bright, Poems to Learn by Heart and Green and Pleasant Land.