A delightful poem to celebrate the start of May written by the Canadian poet, Bliss Carman, and read by Jana in honour of her Mother whose birthday is on May 1st.
Have you heard the “bell-beat” of swans wings as they fly over the water? This poem by WB Yeats evokes that sound as well as the autumn months.
Happy Diwali! Song of a Dream’, a charming poem by the Indian Poetess, Sarojini Naidu, whom Mahatma Gandhi called the “Indian Nightingale”
A frosty but cosy winter scene set in a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson
Today is Birdy’s Birthday, She just hatched from her egg. Where will Birdy fly on her travels? Will she return to the nest? A story in verse by Jacob Monroe
We preview a new Podcast from the makers of Storynory – Relaxivity – and in this sample episode we read an ancient poem about a grasshopper