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.
This week’s Featured Poem, Be Not Content, comes from American author and poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
This week our Featured Poem continues the need for hope which feels so prevalent after recent events. Today we read Thomas Hardy’s Song of Hope.
This week’s poem comes from English writer and Anglican priest Sydney Smith who became renowned with US homemakers for his rhyming recipe for salad dressing in Recipe for a Salad.
A group member turned Reader Leader Volunteer shares her powerful story and tells us what Shared Reading has meant for her.
This Mental Health Awareness Week we’re delighted to have a guest blog from Jamie Jones:
This week’s Featured Poem welcomes the new month in true poetic style with In May by William Henry Davies.