This section contains poetry written by Land Girls or Lumber Jills during and after World War Two.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute any poems.
Poems written during World War Two
Who Won the War? – by Anon
The Song of Moulton – by the first batch of Land Girl trainees at Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture
The Women’s Land Army – by Rose Perritt
The Land Girl’s Song – taken from ‘Words From A Countryman’
The Land Girl’s Day – by Dorothy Allen, W.L.A 9334
If – by A Hewlett (36110)
Poems written after World War Two
Women’s Land Army – by Mary Cutler (nee Hickey)
Remember Us – by Hilda Kaye Gibson
The Land Girl Looks Back – by Hilda Kaye Gibson
No Medals Will Be Won – by Hilda Kaye Gibson
Cool Grandma – by Hilda Kaye Gibson
To All Land Girls – by an admirer of their work