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Listen to some BBC correspondents sharing the poems that have helped them through difficult times.
Visitor gardens have been creating virtual tours for people to enjoy while they are unable to visit in person.Spring is usually a busy time of year for gardens but government restrictions mean they, along with other attractions and businesses, are temporarily closed.Exbury Gardens in Hampshire, Great Comp Garden in
Matthew Kelly from Salford has written a poem paying tribute to the staff of the NHS fighting the coronavirus.Mr Kelly said he was inspired to write after hearing the challenges his partner faces as a district nurse.BBC Radio 5 Live asked actor Christopher Eccleston, a fellow Salfordian, to read
BBC presenter Sophie Raworth reads These Are The Hands by Michael Rosen. The former children's laureate is currently in intensive care in hospital, with suspected coronavirus. The poem is published in These Are The Hands: Poems from the Heart of the NHS. All proceeds from the book