Most of the poems featured are classic poems written by those who died more than seventy years ago and are therefore out of copyright.
Regarding all authors featured whose work is still under copyright, Clickworks Ltd has successfully applied for copyright for the following authors and acknowledgements are due to:
The Society of Authors as the literary representative of Alfred Noyes for his poem “The Highwayman” and “Song of Sherwood.”
The Society of Authors as the literary representative of John Masefield for his poem “Sea Fever.”
The Literary Trustees of Walter de la Mare and the Society of Authors as the representative for his poems “The Listeners”, “Someone,” and “Nod.”
To the Rights House Group, PFD for the copyright to the following poems “Jim who ran away..”, “The Vulture” “The Elephant”, “The Frog”, “Matilda who told lies..” by Hilaire Belloc and “Walking Away” by
Cecil Day Lewis.
To Curtis Brown Ltd for the Copyright ©1936 for the poem Funeral Blues by W.H Auden and for the Copyright © 1938 for the poem Musee by W.H.Auden.
For “Everybody Sang” and “Does It Matter” by Siegfried Sassoon, copyright Siegfried Sassoon with kind permission of the Estate of George Sassoon.
Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders but in case of any copyright transgression, Clickworks Ltd would like to hear from any copyright holder not acknowledged and we would endeavour of course to set right any unintended error.