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John Keats

“Quel che l’immaginazione coglie come cosa bella, quella dev’essere la verità”
(John Keats)

Lavanda e Lillà, il linguaggio dei fiori


'Modern Love,' a poem by John Keats

Happy Sunday, everyone! Here’s a poem I love.

An English major in college, I had the chance to read and analyze a lot of Romantic poetry, which was the kind of literature I took the most classes in—it’s my favorite. 331 more words


3D 3Q - Day 2

First, I would like to express my gratitude for Zanthee (blog Carnival Days, which I think is such a cool name for a blog) nominating me for the Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge*. 756 more words

My Essays & Opinion

How The Romantic Poets Gave Nature its Soul!

Edmund Burke’s Philosophical Enquiry (1757) brought the sublime closer to experiences of awe, terror and danger. In Burke’s opinion, nature is the most sublime object, capable of generating the strongest sensations in its beholders. 304 more words


Life is Beautiful

The contrast is overwhelming. I sit on a farmhouse porch, deep in the vineyards and miles from city lights, noise and threat. I am at peace, enjoying a long-planned weekend with wife and friends. 279 more words


Day 319 - A book quote a day. John Keats: Stop and consider! Life is but a day...

Stop and consider! Life is but a day;

A fragile dew-drop on its perilous way

From a tree’s summit…

John Keats from Sleep and Poetry… 13 more words