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John Keats

John Keats is considered one of the greatest English poets of the 19th century. He is the author of Romantic classics such as "Endymion" and "Ode to a Nightingale." Keats began his career as a surgeon…

John Keats: Chaucer

by JohnKeatsSleep and PoetryChaucer What is more gentle than a wind in summer? What is more soothing than the pretty hummer That stays one moment in an open flower, And buzzes cheerily from…

John Keats: Poems

by John Keats The Eve of St. AgnesHyperion: A FragmentPoemsOde to a NightingaleOde on a Grecian UrnOde to PsycheFancyBards of passion and of mirthLines on the Mermaid TavernRobin HoodTo AutumnOde on …

John Keats: Unpublished Poems of John Keats

Unpublished Poems of John KeatsContentsOde on indolenceTo AutumnOdeSonnetsCharacter of Charles BrownFor There’s Bishop’s T…

John Keats: Poems 1817

by JohnKeatsPoems 1817Contents"What more felicity can fall to creature,To Leigh Hunt, Esq."Places of nestling green for Poets made."Specimen of an Induction to a PoemCalidoreTo Some LadiesOn Receiving…

Recommended Online Poetry Collections

Poetry resources and poetry in the public domain compiled by David Johnson Follow, poet, follow right To the bottom of the night, With your unconstraining voice Still persuade us t…

John Keats: Sonnets

by JohnKeatsEpistlesSleep and PoetrySonnetsTo My Brother GeorgeTo * * * * * *Written on the day that Mr. Leigh Hunt left PrisonHow many bards gild the lapses of time!To a Friend who sent me some Roses…

John Keats: Epistles

by JohnKeatsWoman! when I behold thee flip...SonnetsEpistles "Among the rest a shepheard (though but young Yet hartned to his pipe) with all the skill His few yeeres could, began to fit his quill.…

John Keats: Epistles

Woman! when I behold thee fli... Sonnets "Among the rest a shepheard (though but young Yet hartned to his pipe) with all the skill His few yeeres could, began to fit his quill." …

John Keats: To Kosciusko

On the Grasshopper and Cricket Happy is England! I could be ... To Kosciusko Good Kosciusko, thy great name alone Is a full harvest whence to reap high feeling; It comes upon us l…