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"You know Yeats loved a girl?"

“You know W.B. Yeats?” , he asked.

“I just know that he was a great modern poet, right?” , she replied.

“Yeah,What a great poet! Do you know he loved a girl and never got her?” 390 more words


On Sitting Down to Read Keats Once Again

I am lost; my words are gone,

Only yours remain.

“Darkling I listen,” and suddenly

I, who have never longed for death,

See it clearly ahead, feel its ease. 56 more words

In Drear-Nighted December by John Keats

The poem I have chosen for December 10th in my Advent Anthology from Canterbury Press Waiting on the Word, is In Drear-nighted December by John Keats.  472 more words


epistolary Keats

If you are interested in the epistolary musings of the short-lived Romantic poet John Keats, you will be happy to learn of the Keats Letters Project… 67 more words


Structural Commentary -- Ode to the West Wind, Percy Bysshe Shelley

What’s this? Another ode? You may be wondering what my fascination with this form is. I acknowledge that by having two of the same form of poetry in a row could give this blog a one-note feel to it, but I can explain! 815 more words

bright star

light inconspicuous

Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art;

John Keats

bright star
hidden star

For you died to this life, and your real life is hidden with Christ in God.

Colossians 3:3