Take a break from your busy day and read for a while. Click the image to read the poem. If you have a favorite poem of your own, share it in the comments.

"The Orange" by Wendy Cope
“The Orange” by Wendy Cope
“Telemachus” by Ocean Vuong
"The Red Wheelbarrow" by WIlliam Carlos Williams
“The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams
“The Bat” by Ellen Bryant Voigt
"This Room and Everything In It" by Li-Young Lee
“This Room and Everything In It” by Li-Young Lee
"The Copper Beech" by Marie Howe
“The Copper Beech” by Marie Howe
“Incancation” by Czeslaw Milosz
"Mothers" by Nikki Giovanni
“Mothers” by Nikki Giovanni
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“somewhere i have never traveled, gladly beyond” by ee cummings
"Do You Ever Wonder, Sometimes?" by Tracy K. Smith
“Do You Ever Wonder, Sometimes?” by Tracy K. Smith
From “Clearances” by Seamus Heaney
"Pretty Halcyon Days" by Ogden Nash
“Pretty Halcyon Days” by Ogden Nash
"Crows in a Strong Wind" by Cornelius Eady
“Crows in a Strong Wind” by Cornelius Eady
"The End of March" by Elizabeth Bishop
“The End of March” by Elizabeth Bishop
"The Beatitudes of Malibu" by Rowan Ricardo Philips
“The Beatitudes of Malibu” by Rowan Ricardo Philips
“Midnight” by Spencer Reece
"Shall We Dance" by Patrick Rosal
“Shall We Dance” by Patrick Rosal
"Horses at Midnight Without a Moon" by Jack Gilbert
“Horses at Midnight Without a Moon” by Jack Gilbert
"The Room I Work In" by Adam Zagajewski
“The Room I Work In” by Adam Zagajewski
“Alone for a Week” by Jane Kenyon
"September Midnight" by Sara Teasdale
“September Midnight” by Sara Teasdale

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