It will go on the wall at the Paralympic wheelchair tennis
venue, the BBC report.
Alongside Duffy, other poets who have been commissioned to write
work for the park include Lemn Sissay, Jo Shapcott, Caroline Bird
and John Burnside.
Ms Duffy said of the announcement, on National Poetry Day: "I'm
delighted that poetry will be present in the Olympic Park and
thrilled that my own contribution celebrates and remembers the
history of this wonderful space."
Earlier this year, Duffy composed a poem to mark the royal
wedding. The verse, called Rings, was published on the morning of
the wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.
After the Games, the plan is to turn Eton Manor into a sports
centre for tennis, five-a-side football and hockey, and able to
host elite hockey games for up to 15,000 spectators.
The Olympic Park poetry commissions are part of a nationwide
programme, Winning Words.