Poems in English for kids 3

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This poem by Andrew Motion was inspired by a Thomas Jones painting in London’s National Gallery in which Motion reflects upon the enduring value of artistic creation. This nonsense poem was written by Dr. Williams for a faculty club dinner on the eve of the physicist Eddington’s departure from Berkeley in 1924. Thomas Hood wrote at the start of the nineteenth century, but he sounds surprisingly modern.

In this poem, Hood takes a look at winter in a cold, urban climate, expressed with a nice sense of humour. This poem is about teaching English and conveys powerful emotions through observation of small, almost banal details: shoes in shoe shops, bright dresses, the artificial language of an English lesson. But, She said, I suppose it wouldn’t do For everyone to be the same now, Would it. In this short poem, Poet Laureate Colley Cibber describes the feelings of a boy who has never been able to see.