Clickety click, sixty six! Bingo is a poetical game all on its own, but it’s also a great area for poets to wax lyrical about. Be it the faded grandeur of some of the buildings (and players come to that), the excitement, the social aspects and more, even without the world famous rhyming number names.

Have you ever been inspired to create bingo related verse for your own or others’ entertainment? Would you like to share it with the world, or at least those bingo fans that read these pages? If yes then our new Poetry section is the place for your creative bingo poems.

We’d love to feature your poetry here on the site. If you’re a poet who has used bingo as a theme or subject matter, and would like to see your work here in our Creative Corner, then contact the site and we’ll see about getting your poetry here for all to enjoy.

In The Creative Corner Poetry Section

See what we have here in the poetry section, from individual poems to collections and competition entries. We’ll be adding more as time goes on, and if you’d like your poem to be featured here then please get in touch here.

    • A Game Of Bingo – A poem all about the joy of playing the game, written by Sandie Goddard.
    • The 1st Playing Bingo Poetry Competition – Our first poetry competition was designed to get our readers all poetical about the great game, you can see the results here. Visit
    • Your Poem Here? – We’d love to feature your bingo related poems, be it about the people, equipment, places, whatever. If you’re a poet and want to get featured then contact us. Visit
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