Photo of the Day Poems – Post #8

Week eight of The Guardian Photo Poems presents poems inspired by a sobering picture of shoes filled with shattered glass in Tel Aviv, a tethered nomadic infant from Turkey, and the beautiful juxtaposition of nature and architecture at Alnwick Castle in England! The first poem alludes to Dudley Randall’s “Ballad of Birmingham.” I’d strongly recommendContinue reading “Photo of the Day Poems – Post #8”

Photo of the Day Poems – Post #7

Another round of The Guardian Photo Poems, week seven! This week’s highlights from last year’s photo inspired poems include the fantastic juxtaposition of towering steel wind turbine and an old ship in sails, fog over the Guangji Bridge in China, and a hot air balloon near the Pyramid of the Sun on the vernal equinox.Continue reading “Photo of the Day Poems – Post #7”

Photo of the Day Poems – Post #6

In the midst of a forced slowing down, here’s week six of The Guardian Photo Poems! Remember to follow the hyperlinked photograph credits to view a larger image of each photograph on The Guardian‘s webpage. This week’s highlights from last year’s photo inspired poems include an ironic image from a Clean Monday celebration in Romania,Continue reading “Photo of the Day Poems – Post #6”

Photo of the Day Poems – Post #5

Coming up for a breath of fresh air, or slowing down enough to deepen a bit, here’s week five of The Guardian Photo Poems! In case you haven’t stumbled upon this yourself, the hyperlinked photograph credits will bring you to a larger image of each photograph on The Guardian‘s webpage. This week’s highlights from lastContinue reading “Photo of the Day Poems – Post #5”

Photo of the Day Poems – Post #4

Better late than never! Week four of The Guardian Photo Poems is now live! Click on the tab at the top of the page (or simply click on the hyperlinked text) and then scroll down to read this week’s highlights from last year’s photo inspired poems including daffodils (shout out to William Wordsworth!) in London,Continue reading “Photo of the Day Poems – Post #4”