An English poet and dramatist, John Drinkwater’s first poem was published in 1906, followed by his Collected Poems in 1923. One of his most well-known poems,"The Sun" reads:
"I told the Sun that I was glad,
I'm sure I don't know why;
Somehow the pleasant way he had
Of shining in the sky,
Just put a notion in my head
That wouldn't it be fun
If, walking on the hill, I said
"I'm happy" to the Sun."
Available in three sizes:
- 17" x 25"
- 2' x 3'
- 3' x 4'
Available in two frame styles:
- Grey Wood Frame
- Gallery Wrap (17" x 25" and 2' x 3' only)
Available in three colors:
All of our art prints are hand made to order from start to finish. Production generally takes around 4-6 weeks. Since the art is made by hand the frame and piece of wood the art print comes on is nailed together in the final stage of production. Nail holes are meant to be visible and can be seen in all of our art prints.
*This item is not eligible for gift wrapping due to the way it comes packaged.*