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Photo by Silvestri Matteo/UnsplashApril means three things: national poetry month, radiant nature, and beautiful poems inspired by it. If you know and love acclaimed naturalist writer Mary Oliver, check out these international poets who also reflect the power of nature through their words.1. “The Stream” by Michael CopeCope’s powerful language reflects on the cyclical nature of life by playing with poignant imagery and fluidity.

Photo by Silvestri Matteo/UnsplashApril means three things: national poetry month, radiant nature, and beautiful poems inspired by it. If you know and love acclaimed naturalist writer Mary Oliver, check out these international poets who also reflect the power of nature through their words.1. “The Stream” by Michael CopeCope’s powerful language reflects on the cyclical nature of life by playing with poignant imagery and fluidity.

In all places, then.. and in all seasons, ..flowers expand their light and soul-like wings; teaching us by most persuasive reasons, how akin they are to human things. ~ H.W.Longfellow

In all places, then.. and in all seasons, ..flowers expand their light and soul-like wings; teaching us by most persuasive reasons, how akin they are to human things. ~ H.W.Longfellow

Rupert Brooke in 1915 - Friend of Virginia Woolf

When Virginia Woolf Went Skinny Dipping with Rupert Brooke

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This quote courtesy of @Pinstamatic (http://pinstamatic.com)

April 7, 1779: Born, William Wordsworth. Wordsworth wasn't always a stuffy old man writing poems about daffodils. In his younger days he traveled to Revolutionary France, had an  affair with a young French woman named Annette and fathered a daughter. When he ran out of money, he went back to England and didn't see Annette until he returned to tell her about his upcoming marriage. “It is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free” was inspired by a walk with his daughter.

April 7, 1779: Born, William Wordsworth. Wordsworth wasn't always a stuffy old man writing poems about daffodils. In his younger days he traveled to Revolutionary France, had an affair with a young French woman named Annette and fathered a daughter. When he ran out of money, he went back to England and didn't see Annette until he returned to tell her about his upcoming marriage. “It is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free” was inspired by a walk with his daughter.

Come with me / into the field of sunflowers...  Mary Oliver reading three poems at Emory University reading her poem 'Sunflowers'

Come with me / into the field of sunflowers... Mary Oliver reading three poems at Emory University reading her poem 'Sunflowers'

Andrew Lang.31 March 1844 – 20 July 1912 was a Scots poet, novelist and critic.  Not to be confused with Andrew Lang (physicist) (1924–2008), British scientist and crystallographer

Andrew Lang.31 March 1844 – 20 July 1912 was a Scots poet, novelist and critic. Not to be confused with Andrew Lang (physicist) (1924–2008), British scientist and crystallographer

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