Keats - The Eve of St. Agnes
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So, I have just read this, and although I am not a huge fan of the Romantic period, I must say I quite liked this poem. Keats obviously did a fine job on the imagery, especially when he describes a figure, carefully adding words that tingle with one's sense.
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Keats - The Eve of St. Agnes

by Metapsychosis

So, I have just read this, and although I am not a huge fan of the Romantic period, I must say I quite liked this poem.

Keats obviously did a fine job on the imagery, especially when he describes a figure, carefully adding words that tingle with one's sense.

Moreover, the poem definitely carries something deeper despite our sense feasting on the density of stimuli in each line,

I am curious whether anyone else grasped this underlaying message and would be kind enough to share it?

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/173735

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