Our first set of poems in 2021 are on the Tube in February and March featuring two poems by Keats, a stanza from Shelley’s elegy for his fellow-poet, and poems by Jamaican, Polish and English poets related to Keats’s love of art and nature.
We have a special display of posters at Hampstead Station and London Bridge Station to mark the bicentenary of London’s much loved poet, John Keats, who died in Rome on 24 Feb 1821, aged 25.
Keats wrote that he was convinced of one thing only: ‘the holiness of the heart’s affections and the truth of imagination.’ His words seem especially meaningful during this difficult time. We are delighted to be able to share his poems with the travelling public.
Posters on display at London Bridge Station to mark the bicentenary of John Keats
Posters on display at Hampstead Station to mark the bicentenary of John Keats
We are delighted to have a new set of Poems on the Underground in February 2021
You can see more Poems for this month here