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Recommended link: Keats, Truth & Beauty

Interestingly, on the Bahá’í Teachings website I found a post on Keats and the Truth and Beauty issue that I felt was worth  flagging up as I will be taking a look at exactly the same theme on Monday. 545 more words


Road to a Grecian Turn

With apology to John Keats, a new poem for 2015:

Oh, You unbridled bride of Entitlement,

Can you still afford to pay the Rent?

You, love-child of Austerity and Free-spending, 161 more words

Coleridge, Keats and Wordsworth: Attitude towards Nature and Time

Among six pioneering figures of Romanticism of early 19th century namely Blake, Shelly, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Byron and Keats; Coleridge, Keats and Wordsworth are leading figures. These three leading figures have dignified time and nature with godly presence over it. 952 more words

John Keats

Something Beyond the Poem (2/2)

My rediscovery of Keats’s close affinity with Buddhism caused me to trawl back through my posts on poetry, with a vague memory that I’d been somewhere like this before. 1,520 more words

Bahá'í Faith

And silent was the flock in woolly fold

“St. Agnes’ Eve — Ah, bitter chill it was!
The owl, for all his feathers, was a-cold;
The hare limp’d trembling through the frozen grass, 60 more words


On First Looking into DuVernay's Selma

I finally made my way to the theatre last night to watch the much-talked about biopic and Civil Right’s drama, Selma. Don’t let the saccharin tag line hold you back: run, don’t walk…or march, run to a theatre near you to experience the meticulously metered dramatic unfurling of events that makes this film so resonant to so many. 1,190 more words