A tenth-grader from a famous private boarding school composes a piece of music based on the poem.
A great website with all of the collected recordings of Pound reading his own work. Sorry, "In a Station of the Metro" is not included, but there’s tons of other stuff here.
The sleek, modern metro station of La Concorde, which has been completely rebuilt since Ezra Pound saw flower petals there in 1913.
The obelisk at Place de La Concorde in Paris.
An image of the cover of "Blast," the literary journal of the artistic movement called "Vorticism," to which Ezra Pound was a contributor.
A photo of Pound as a young man before he got grizzled and bearded. Love the mustache, though.