On this grey Monday we’re turning our thoughts to Gerard Manley Hopkins for enlightenment and his poem Hurrahing in Harvest.
In this week’s browse through the archives we’ve unearthed a beauty by Charlotte Bronte and a lovely piece written by our former colleague Lizzie who chose Life to celebrate a colleague’s success (and half marathon-survival).
We’ve turned to the archives for this week’s Featured Poem and thrust this lesser known poet back into the spotlight, Amy Lowell and her poem The Pike.
We’re harking back to Featured Poem of yore today with a specially selected poem by one of our former colleagues back in 2012, William Wordsworth’s Composed Upon Westminster Bridge.
This week, our Featured Poem is The White Birds by W.B. Yeats, brought to you this week by Andrew Parsons – one of our Story Hunters and Marketing Interns.
This week our Featured Poem is Uphill by Christina Rossetti.
This week we have a timely poem from Thomas Hardy who is reflecting on An August Midnight.
A Featured Poem from Robert Browning to begin the week ahead, Two in the Campagne.
Our Featured Poem for the week ahead comes from the wonderful mind of Emily Bronte, The Elder’s Rebuke.
This week’s Featured Poem by Oscar Wilde is called Helas, meaning ‘alas’ in French.