A. Die Kind - Ingrid Jonker
Trix Terwindtstraat 4-6, Leiden
Question: Which world-famous South-African recited this poem at the first hearing of parliament in 1994?
B. Taalles - Elisabeth Eybers
Zuster Meijboomstraat 2, Leiden
Question: The colors in which this poem was painted were not arbitrarily chosen. What do they represent?
C. Bi bleuri buruz - Ibon Sarasola
Multatuliplein 3, Leiden
Question: What style of music is mentioned in this poem?
D. De herinnering - Jan Wolkers
Deutzstraat 7, Oegstgeest
Question: Memories are at the foundation of all Jan Wolkers’s works. Which memory in particular features in this poem?
E. Muza - Anna Achmatova
Johan de Wittstraat 57, Leiden
Question: Who is the poet Anna Akhmatova drew inspiration from?
F. A mélypont ünnepélye - János Pilinszky
Rijnsburgerweg 144, Leiden
Question: Two poems opposite each other: one in the original language and its Dutch translation. What do the two large squares represent?
G. Art Rythmé; tic / Lit temps nie - Robert Desnos
Kagerstraat 7, Leiden
Question: In this poem, Robert Desnos plays with numbers. Which divine French word can be derived from the sequence 10-20-2-20?
H. Spelende meisjes - Willem Wilmink
Poelgeeststraat 22a, Leiden
Question: Did Willem Wilmink sign this wall poem himself?
I. Een schatrijke tuin - Hendrik de Vries
Aloëlaan 41, Leiden
Question: All wall poems have a unique design. Which computer game is the design of this wall poem inspired by?
J. Mi Nigrita Papyamentu - Guillermo E. Rosario
Vestwal 4, Leiden
Question: Many Leideners agreed that a wall poem in this language should not be missing from the collection. What is the language in which this poem was written?