The Shower By John B. Tabb

The Shower By John B. Tabb Against the royal Blue,A Mist rebellious flew—A night-born, wind-uplifted shadeThat for an angry moment stayed,Then wept itself away. The Earth with moistened eyesBeholds the sunlit skiesAgain: but never to forgetThe Cloud whose life-drops mingle yetWith her maternal clay. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

To A Butterfly By William Wordsworth

To A Butterfly By William Wordsworth I’ve watched you now a full half hourSelf-poised upon that yellow flower;And, little Butterfly! indeedI know not if you sleep or feed.How motionless!-not frozen seasMore motionless!-and thenWhat joy awaits you, when the breezeHath found you out among the trees,And calls you forth again! This plot of orchard-ground is ours;My […]

10 Fascinating Poems About Architecture

poems about architecture

10 Fascinating Poems About Architecture When most people think of poems, they think of love songs, nature scenes, or sad stories. However, poems can be about anything and everything under the sun. This week, we’re taking a closer look at poems about architecture. Whether you’re an architecture fan or not, these poems are sure to […]