The last month of the year has arrived – perhaps unexpectedly for some, and for others much anticipated. Either way, we might all appreciate some December Stillness from Siegried Sassoon.
We’ve travelled far back into the annals of time for this week’s Featured Poem, Care-Charming Sleep by John Fletcher.
An ode to the earth, Robert Browning’s Among the Rocks provides some poetic relief to inspire us this Monday afternoon.
Today’s Featured Poem is Sonnets are full of love by Christina Rossetti, which appears in her collection A Pageant and Other Poems.
We’re embracing the virtues of autumn in this week’s Featured Poem with a suitable ode from John Clare.
This week we have a timely poem from Thomas Hardy who is reflecting on An August Midnight.
Our Featured Poem for the week ahead comes from the wonderful mind of Emily Bronte, The Elder’s Rebuke.
This week’s Featured Poem comes from the Anglo-Welsh poet Katherine Philips whose poem, Epitaph, reflects on the death of a baby son.
We’re diving back into William Blake’s collection for this week’s Featured Poem – The Clod and the Pebble.
This week’s poem brings us back to the Victorian poets with Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s If thou must love me.