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Daily Poet -- John Keats

To The Ladies Who Saw Me Crowned

WHAT is there in the universal Earth
More lovely than a Wreath from the bay tree?
Haply a Halo round the Moon a glee… 88 more words


A Scandalous Insult

I was planning on telling you about the next essay in The Art of Daring but it has turned out to be a hot and windy day and I feel a bit limp. 302 more words


A Handwritten Love Note

Ah! dearest love, sweet home of all my fears,
and hopes, and joys, and panting miseries,
Tonight if I may guess, thy beauty wears a smile of such delight, 23 more words


Mulchi Beach

In early April, JJ and I awoke at dawn to go to for a crisp walk at the ocean at Mulch Beach. Mulch Beach is a quaint little beach between Sokcho and Yangyang surrounded by red and white lighthouses and tall trees. 179 more words


Keats Festival presents 'New Beginnings' at Keats House

This year’s Keats Festival is themed ‘New Beginnings’, celebrating a new era in the House’s history with innovative new object displays and interactive exhibits.

The Festival – with its exciting programme of performances, talks, films, workshops and family activities – also introduces Michael Rosen (fifth British Children’s Laureate) as the new Poet in Residence at Keats House. 648 more words

After Nyne Culture

A thing of beauty is a joy for ever:

This must be one of Keats’ most famous poems, and I am guessing pretty much everyone is familiar with the opening line, even if they are not sure where it comes from. 326 more words

Vincent van Gogh -- Encountering the Art (3/5)

Though I cannot predict what I shall be able to do, I hope to make a few sketches with perhaps something human in them…

The Letters of Vincent van Gogh…

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