During the First World War, the American poet Robert Frost persuaded the young British writer Edward Thomas to take up poetry. Continue reading Edward Thomas’s “October”
The following poem by the American Joseph Pullman Porter says it all for those whose birthday falls this month. Continue reading October comes but once a year…
A season of melancholy for poets, autumn is often made magical by the blue skies of October. Continue reading October
Autumn is the best season of the year, with its multiple colours and scents. And October is the best month. Continue reading Glorious October!
If April is the cruellest month, October is the most glorious and the true “season of mists and mellow fruitfulness”. The English poet Ted Hughes called it “marigold”. Continue reading October’s child