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Kubla Khan

Kublai Khan

Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote this strange and powerful poem in 1797 after waking up from a dream.

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In the Bleak Mid-Winter

Happy Christmas from Storynory Winter BAby

A poem for Christmas.

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The Soldier

the soldier rememberence day

The Soldier – a short and moving poem for Remembrance Day

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If

If

Stirring words of advice for life from the author of the Jungle Book.

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High Flight

Spitfire Square

A soaring poem written during World War II by a Spitfire pilot.

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The Charge of the Light Brigade

Charge of Light Brigade

“Forward, the Light Brigade!
“Charge for the guns!” he said:
Into the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.

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The Fairies

The Fairies

A poem about fairies that begins a new series of Irish tales and poems.

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The Lady of Shalott

Lady of Shalott Square

Natasha reads the poem by Alfred Tennyson set in the time of King Arthur and Camelot.

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Three Poems by Christina Rossetti

Moon Woman Rossetti

Three Poems by Christina Rossetti read by Natasha

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Georgia and the Dragon

Georgia and the dragon

Georgia and the Dragon by Harry Oulton – read for Storynory by Natasha Lee Lewis. A dragon helps a girl conquer her nighttime fears.

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