Everything made interesting 

John Keats, the young Romantic poet of the early 19th century penned many sensuous, symbollic, evocative, illustrious pieces of poetry with an extraordinary use of language and a whole whirlpool of words.

He also found time to comment both honestly and comically on his favourite topic, POETRY.  Everything and every place is made immediately more interesting when it finds itself within a poem. 

 ‘I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the Heart’s affections and the truth of Imagination – What the Imagination seizes as new beauty must be truth, whether it existed before or not.’  From the mind to the matter, it is clear that Poetry is a perfect art form in which the imagination of a complex mind can live in eternal abundance (exempt from reasoning or judgement).

Let your thoughts run away with you…just as Keats did, and become ‘a citizen of the world.’



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