Poem of the Week

Julian Lawson reads his poem 'Winter. This poem was written for the Doorway Project in Wiltshire. This is the eighth Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall. Throughout the winter we are sharing a different poem each week which helps explore the themes that resonate with our campaign.

Rick Stein reads 'Infant Joy' by William Blake. This is the seventh Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Actress Ruby Bentall reads 'Abused', by Pam Hughes, a St Petrocs client. This is the sixth poem for our Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Writer Raynor Winn reads 'Death Throes of a No-Man', a poem written by a St Petrocs client. This is the fifth poem for our Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Poet Victoria Field reads her own poem 'Asleep' from her collection Many Waters. This is the fourth poem for our Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Lady Mary St Levan, one of the Patrons of St Petrocs, reads 'Passenger', a poem by C Mitchell. This is the third poem for our Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Terry Waite, author and president of Emmaus UK, reads his own poem 'Homeless' from his book Out of the Silence. This is the second poem for our Poem of the Week raising awareness of our campaign to end street homelessness in Cornwall.

Launching ‘Poem of the Week’, Jenny Agutter reads ‘I have’ written by Pam Hughes, one of our clients.