Contains original folder inscribed with Peake's Wallington address [where he lived from 1953 to 1960] but poems appear to have been written earlier. Inside folder is inscribed with the line 'I sometimes think of old tomes and [illegible: not 'weeds']' ['I sometimes think of old tombs and weeds' is the first line of Peake's poem A Reverie of Bone, written in 1942]. Poems contain revisions. Some doodles appear in margins.
- 'How good it is to be alone...' (two versions);
- 'Mine was the one...';
- 'Come husband! Come, and ply the trade...';
- 'Squat Ursula';
- 'Little Spider';
- 'Simple, seldom and sad';
- '"Come sit beside me dear," he said...';
- 'Linger now, with me my beauty...';
- long version of 'You before me...';
- '"It worries me to know" my dear...';
- 'I layed by night, my yellow clock...';
- 'Speaking I said as sock to sock...';
- 'Crown me with hairpins intertwined';
- 'The Ballad of Sweet Pighead', 10 March 1947.