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.
This week’s Featured Poem comes from the Anglo-Welsh poet Katherine Philips whose poem, Epitaph, reflects on the death of a baby son.
This week our Featured Poem, And You, Helen, comes from war poet Edward Thomas.
We’re diving back into William Blake’s collection for this week’s Featured Poem – The Clod and the Pebble.
A look this week at the powerful, evocative language of Lord Byron with She Walks in Beauty.
This week’s poem brings us back to the Victorian poets with Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s If thou must love me.
This week’s Featured Poem, Be Not Content, comes from American author and poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Especially for Volunteer’s Week, our Featured Poem comes from our Volunteer anthology Poets Don’t Lie. William Blake’s The Tyger has been chosen by Barnet volunteer Fred.