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FOR THE ANNIVERSARY OF JOHN KEATS' DEATH, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: At midnight when the moonlit cypress trees
Last Line: With visions of the sunny earth and sea.
Alternate Author Name(s): Filsinger, Ernest B., Mrs.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


(February 23, 1'21)



At midnight when the moonlit cypress trees
Have woven round his grave a magic shade,
Still weeping the unfinished hymn he made,
There moves fresh Maia like a morning breeze
Blown over jonquil beds when warm rains cease.
And stooping where her poet's head is laid,
Selene weeps while all the tides are stayed
And swaying seas are darkened into peace.
But they who wake the meadows and the tides
Have hearts too kind to bid him wake from sleep
Who murmurs sometimes when his dreams are deep,
Startling the Quiet Land where he abides,
And charming still, sad-eyed Persephone
With visions of the sunny earth and sea.








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