Poem for the Hillsborough disaster by Carol Ann Duffy

Really touching poem by Carol Ann Duffy about the Hillsborough disaster.  The Cathedral bell, tolled, could never tell;  nor the Liver Birds, mute in their stone spell;  or the Mersey, though seagulls wailed, cursed, overhead,  in no language for the slandered dead…  not the raw, red throat of the Kop, keening,  or the cops’ words, censored…