I was reading one of the master-pieces by Stephen Spender, "An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum".
Following are the starting lines of the second of four octaves:
Our sour cream walls, donations. Shakespeare's head,
Cloudless at dawn, civilized dome riding all cities.
Belled, flowery Tyrolese valley. Open-handed map ......
What is the meaning of Cloudless at dawn? And I can't get what sense it makes after Shakespeare's portrait: I could see no relationship between the two.
'Cloudless dawn' and 'civilized dome' might highlight monotonous and dull life in urban slum. The elementary school is squeezed and suppressed under so called concrete structures of the cities, that the children are unaware of the beauty of sky at the dawn.
But according to what I think, it's in a way satire to urban civilisation too, but the whole poem is an altruistic act for welfare of slum children (later, the author appeals to the powers to liberate these children from horrendous and gory slums). So my point doesn't seem veracious.