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A DRAUGHT OF SUNSHINE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hence burgundy, claret, and port
Last Line: More unalarm'd!


A DREAM, AFTER READING DANTE'S EPISODE OF PAULO & FRANCESCA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As hermes once took to his feathers light
Last Line: I floated with, about that melancholy storm.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet: On A Dream
Subject(s): Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)


A GALLOWAY SONG, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ah! Ken ye what I met the day
Last Line: Sad tears am shedding.


A PARTY OF LOVERS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Pensive they sit, and roll their languid eyes
Last Line: He lives in wapping, might live where he pleased.


A PROPHECY: TO GEORGE KEATS IN AMERICA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis the witching hour of night
Last Line: A poet now or never!


A SONG ABOUT MY SELF, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There was a naughty boy
Last Line: And he wonder'd.
Variant Title(s): The Naughty Boy;there Was A Naughty Boy (from A Letter To Fanny Keats)


A SONG OF OPPOSITES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Welcome joy, and welcome sorrow
Last Line: And my couch a low grass-tomb.
Variant Title(s): Fragment: Welcome Joy, And Welcome Sorrow


A SONNET TO JOHN KEATS, by IRVINE GODDARD    Poem Text            
First Line: From birds that pour their liquid notes of song
Last Line: Before, so seemed the life of keats when spent.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets; Yale University


ACROSTIC; GEORGIANA AUGUSTA KEATS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Give me your patience sister while I frame
Last Line: Sons, daughters and a home like honied hive.
Subject(s): Sisters


ADONAIS; AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF JOHN KEATS, by PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I weep for adonais -- he is dead
Last Line: Beacons from the abode where the eternal are.
Variant Title(s): Adonais
Subject(s): Critics & Criticism; Death; Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets; Dead, The


ADVICE FROM JOHN KEATS, by RICHARD MOORE               
First Line: With all thy heart and skill
Last Line: Which is to say, shakespeare


AFTER DARK VAPOURS, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Spring


AGAIN, JOHN KEATS, OR THE POST OF BASIL, by FRANK O'HARA (1926-1966)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Just when I was getting completely through
Last Line: Between a window and a wall again


ALL THESE ARE VILE', by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: The house of mourning written by mr. Scott
Last Line: All these are vile. But viler wordsworth's sonnet %on dover.Dover! Who could write upon it?
Subject(s): Poetry And Poets; Wordsworth, William (1770-1850)


AN EXTEMPORE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When they were come into the faery's court
Last Line: Brown is gone to bed--and I am tired of rhyming...


APOLLO AND THE GRACES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Which of the fairest three
Last Line: Thro' the golden day will sing.


AUCTION: ANDERSON GALLERIES, by LOUIS UNTERMEYER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lot 65: john keats to fanny brawne
Last Line: "sold to this party for nine sixty five."
Alternate Author Name(s): Lewis, Michael
Subject(s): Auctions


AY, IF A MADMAN COULD HAVE LEAVE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Physicians


BALBOA REPLIES TO JOHN KEATS, by TOM RILEY               
First Line: Your kind of travel is the easy kind


BEN NEVIS (A DIALOGUE), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Upon my life sir nevis I am pique'd
Last Line: That fainting fit was not delayed too late.
Subject(s): Ben Nevis (mountain), Scotland


BIRTH OF THE BLUES, by MILLER WILLIAMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: John keats never read dylan thomas or yeats
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Time


BIRTH OF THE BLUES, by MILLER WILLIAMS                Poet's Biography
First Line: John keats never read dylan thomas or yeats
Last Line: I know he is there. Listen. This is the time. %or she is. Lord. Lord. I feel like herod


BLUEBELL: CONSTANCY, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: A filbert hedgr with wild briar overtwined
Last Line: From their fresh beds, and scattered thoughtlessly %by infant hands, left on the path to die
Subject(s): Flowers


CALIDORE; A FRAGMENT, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Young calidore is paddling o'er the lake
Last Line: Sweet be their sleep. * * * * * * * * *


CLERIHEWS, by R. A. SIMONE               
First Line: John keats %as a child loved big teats
Last Line: And never learned to swim %unfortunately for him


COELUS TO HYPERION, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: O brightest of my children dear


COLLOQUY WITH JOHN KEATS, by JAMES PHILIP MCAULEY               
First Line: I have been bitter with you, my brother
Last Line: Pealed that great bourdon which men have ignored


CYNTHIA'S BRIDAL EVENING, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: The evening weather was so bright and


DAWLISH FAIR, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Over the hill and over the dale
Last Line: And make the wild fern for a bed do.


DECEMBER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In a drear-nighted december
Last Line: Was never said in rhyme.
Variant Title(s): Happy Insensibility;stanzas
Subject(s): December; Grief; Sorrow; Sadness


DIANA AND ENDYMION, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Queen of the wide air, thou most lovely queen


ENDYMION, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Wherein lies happiness? In that which becks
Last Line: Upon the forehead of humanity


ENDYMION, A POETIC ROMANCE: BOOK 1, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A thing of beauty is a joy forever
Last Line: They stept into the boat, and launch'd from land.


ENDYMION, A POETIC ROMANCE: BOOK 2, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O sovereign power of love! O grief! O balm!
Last Line: He saw the giant sea above his head.


ENDYMION, A POETIC ROMANCE: BOOK 3, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There are who lord it o'er their fellow-men
Last Line: How happy once again in grassy nest!


ENDYMION, A POETIC ROMANCE: BOOK 4, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Muse of my native land! Loftiest muse!
Last Line: Home through the gloomy wood in wonderment.


EPISTLE TO CHARLES COWDEN CLARKE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Oft have you seen a swan superbly frowning
Last Line: September, .
Subject(s): Clarke, Charles Cowden (1787-1877)


EPISTLE TO GEORGE FELTON MATHEW, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sweet are the pleasures that to verse belong
Last Line: November, .


EPISTLE TO GEORGE KEATS, SELS., by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Ah, my dear friend and brother


EPISTLE TO J. H. REYNOLDS, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: It is a flaw
Last Line: Ravening a worm


EPISTLE TO JOHN HAMILTON REYNOLDS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear reynolds! As last night I lay in bed
Last Line: Than with these horrid moods be left I' the lurch.
Variant Title(s): To J. H. Reynolds, Esq.


EPISTLE TO MY BROTHER GEORGE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Full many a dreary hour have I past
Last Line: August, .


EPISTLE TO REYNOLDS, SELS., by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


EPITAPH, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Here lies one whose name was writ in water


EPITAPH ON JOHN KEATS, by WILLIAM HENRY DAVIES    Poem Text            
First Line: Some poets die consumed by love
Last Line: To stop his craving after sweets.
Alternate Author Name(s): Davies, W. H.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


EPITAPH: FOR JOHN KEATS, APOSTLE OF BEAUTY, by COUNTEE CULLEN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Not writ in water nor in mist
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


EPITAPH: FOR JOHN KEATS, APOSTLE OF BEAUTY, by COUNTEE CULLEN                Poet's Biography
First Line: Not writ in water nor in mist
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


EXTRACTS FROM AN OPERA: 1., by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O! Were I one of the olumpian twelve
Last Line: To melt away upon the traveller's lips.


EXTRACTS FROM AN OPERA: 2. DAISY'S SONG, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text         Recitation     Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun, with his great eye
Last Line: Lambs bleat my lullaby.
Subject(s): Daisies; Flowers; Spring


EXTRACTS FROM AN OPERA: 3. FOLLY'S SONG, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When wedding fiddles are a-playing
Last Line: Huzza, &c.


EXTRACTS FROM AN OPERA: 4. SONG, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The stranger lighted from his steed
Last Line: Again on his fair palfrey.


EXTRACTS FROM AN OPERA: 5., by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Oh, I am frighten'd with most hateful thoughts
Last Line: And warpt the ivory of a juno's neck.


FAERY SONG: 1, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Shed no tear! O shed no tear!
Last Line: Adieu, adieu!
Variant Title(s): Fairy's Song


FAERY SONG: 2, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ah! Woe is me! Poor silver-wing!
Last Line: Alas! Poor queen!


FALL OF HYPERION: A DREAM, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Then the tall shade, in drooping linens veiled
Last Line: What eyes are upward cast


FILL FOR ME A BRIMMING BOWL, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


FINGAL'S CAVE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Not aladdin magian
Last Line: He dived!


FOR THE ANNIVERSARY OF JOHN KEATS' DEATH, by SARA TEASDALE    Poem Text             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


FRAGMENT OF AN ODE TO MAIA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Mother of hermes! And still youthful maia!
Last Line: Rich in the simple worship of a day.


FRESHEST BREEZE I CAUGHT, FR. EPISTLE TO MY BROTHER, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Sea


FROM FRAGMENT OF THE CASTLE BUILDER, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Sir, convent garden is a monstrous beast
Last Line: By following fat elbows up a court


GARDEN-DREAM, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Methought I stood where trees of every clime
Last Line: The mossy mound and arbour were no more


GHAZALS: 5, by JAMES HARRISON                Poet's Biography
First Line: Yes yes yes it was the year of the tall ships
Last Line: But keats' heart, keats in italy, keats' heart %keats how I love thee, I love thee john keats
Alternate Author Name(s): Harrison, Jim


GLAUCUS, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: I plunged for life or death. To interknit


GOLDFINCHES, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Sometimes goldfinches one by one will drop
Subject(s): Birds; Goldfinches


HITHER HITHER LOVE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


HOPE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: And as, in sparkling majesty, a star
Subject(s): Hope


HYACINTHUS, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Or they might watch the quoit-pitchers, intent


HYMN TO APOLLO, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: God of the golden bow
Last Line: O delphic apollo!


HYPERION, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Deep in the shady sadness of a vale
Last Line: Celestial ----
Variant Title(s): The Fall Of The Titans;saturn
Subject(s): Sleep


IMITATION OF SPENSER (1), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now morning from her orient chamber came
Last Line: Outvieing all the buds in flora's diadem.
Variant Title(s): Morning
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599)


IMITATION OF SPENSER (2), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Woman! When I behold thee flippant, vain
Last Line: And o'er my eyes the trembling moisture shake.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599)


ISABELLA, OR THE POT OF BASIL, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fair isabel, poor simple isabel!
Last Line: "to steal my basil-pot away from me!"


ITALY SWEET TOO!, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Happy is england! I could be content
Last Line: And float with them about the summer waters.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet
Subject(s): England; Italy; English; Italians


JOHN KEATS, by ADELAIDE CRAPSEY                Poet's Biography
First Line: Meet thou the event
Subject(s): Death


JOHN KEATS, by THOMAS AUGUSTINE DALY               
First Line: Pontifical, that night in alien rome
Alternate Author Name(s): Daly, T. A.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


JOHN KEATS, by MARK LEVINE               
First Line: Here we were. Here we were
Last Line: We send our regrets, burdens and regrets


JOHN KEATS, by HILDA MORLEY                Poet's Biography
First Line: Who walked those hills in the springtime
Last Line: For the ultimate accuracy
Alternate Author Name(s): Auerbach, Hilda; Wolpe, Stefan, Mrs.


JOHN KEATS, by DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The weltering london ways where children weep
Last Line: Along time's flood goes echoing evermore.
Alternate Author Name(s): Rossetti, Gabriel Charles Dante
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


JOHN KEATS, by DAVID SCOTT               
First Line: It's why at certain times
Last Line: Turning ice back into breath


JOHN KEATS (1), by GEORGE GORDON BYRON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Who kill'd john keats?
Last Line: Or southey or barrow!'
Alternate Author Name(s): Byron, Lord; Byron, 6th Baron
Subject(s): Hate; Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


JOHN KEATS (2), by GEORGE GORDON BYRON                Poet's Biography
First Line: John keats, who was killed off by one critique
Alternate Author Name(s): Byron, Lord; Byron, 6th Baron
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


JOHN KEATS CONSIDERS AN ODE TO IMMORTALITY, by ALAN CATLIN               
First Line: Adonais, I begin, but the words refuse to
Last Line: So weary now. If I write again, it will be of %death


JOHN KEATS EATS HIS PORRIDGE, by ADRIAN MITCHELL               
First Line: It was hot enough to blister
Last Line: This is strange porridge %eat it all up


JOHN KEATS LIES AWAKE IN HIS RENTED ROOM AT MARGATE..., by ROBERT COOPERMAN               
First Line: The sea - more varied in its monotony
Last Line: But it sticks; an old voice calls, %'join us, if you dar.'


JOHN KEATS TAKES HIS LEAVE, by ANNEMARIE EWING               
First Line: I would have preferred to go
Last Line: Awkward at making a bow
Alternate Author Name(s): Towner, John H., Mrs.; Towner, Annemarie Ewing


JOHN KEATS TO FANNY BRAWNE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Sweetest fanny, - you fear sometimes I do not
Subject(s): Love


JOHN KEATS, 1821-1950, by ANNE STEVENSON                Poet's Biography
First Line: Keats was miss mckinney's class, 12th grade english
Last Line: And how the fierce gnats' wailing was oracular


JOHN KEATS, BASEBALL PLAYER, by DAVID GARRISON               
First Line: Have you read that poem by keats


JOHN KEATS, SURGEON, by BEN BELITT               
First Line: Is not the level shine of steel


JOHN KEATS, SURGEON, by BEN BELITT               
First Line: Surely the level shine of steel
Last Line: Wolfsbane? Aloe? Mandrake? Myrrh? %no, no: not these


JOHN KEATS, THE MORNING HIS BROTHER TOM DIED, by ROBERT COOPERMAN               
First Line: He passed in his sleep
Last Line: Tears bolted to hear finality %in his consoling voice


KING STEPHEN; A FRAGMENT OF A TRAGEDY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If shame can on a soldier's vein-swoll'n front
Last Line: Can make his june december. Here he comes.
Subject(s): Great Britain - History; English History


KU-RING-GAI ROCK CARVINGS: HANDS, by DAVID WATT IAN CAMPBELL               
First Line: An artist blew ruddy ochre to outline his hand
Last Line: It takes the mind like john keats' hand


KUMQUAT FOR JOHN KEATS, by TONY HARRISON                Poet's Biography
First Line: Today I found the right fruit for my prime
Last Line: From mr. Fowler sharpening farmers' saws
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O [or, ah] what can ail thee, knight at arms [or, wretched wight]
Last Line: And no birds sing.
Subject(s): Fairies; Knights & Knighthood; Love; Love - Loss Of; Magic; Supernatural; Elves


LAMIA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Upon a time, before the faery broods
Last Line: And, in its marriage robe, the heavy body wound.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Sleep


LAST SONNET (ORIGINAL VERSION), by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Bright star! Would I were stedfast as thou art!
Last Line: Half-passionless, and so swoon on to death
Variant Title(s): Bright Star, Would I Were Stedfast As Thou Ar
Subject(s): Love; Stars


LAST SONNET (REVISED VERSION), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Bright star! Would I were steadfast as thou art
Last Line: And so live ever -- or else swoon to death.
Variant Title(s): "sonnet Composed On Leaving England;sonnet Written On A Blank Page;sonnet On 'a Lover's Complaint';bright Star;keats's Last Sonnet;""bright Star! Would I Were Steadfast As Thou Art"";sonnet: Bright Star;
Subject(s): Desire; Love; Stars


LETTER FROM JOHN KEATS TO FANNY BRAWNE, by WILLIAM ALEXANDER PERCY                Poet's Biography
First Line: I had not thought to ever taste again
Last Line: Good-bye, bright star, good-bye. God bless you, fanny


LINES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Unfelt, unheard, unseen
Last Line: For all the blushing of the hasty morn.


LINES ON SEEING A LOCK OF MILTON'S HAIR, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Chief of organic numbers
Last Line: I thought I had beheld it from the flood.
Subject(s): Consolation; Milton, John (1608-1674)


LINES ON THE MERMAID TAVERN, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Souls of poets dead and gone
Last Line: Choicer than the mermaid tavern?
Variant Title(s): The Mermaid Tavern
Subject(s): Bars & Bartenders; Poetry & Poets; Pubs; Taverns; Saloons


LINES TO FANNY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What can I do to drive away
Last Line: To dream of thee!
Subject(s): Brawne, Fanny


LINES WRITTEN 29 MAY, ANNIVERSARY OF RESTORATION CHARLES II, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Infatuate britons, will you still proclaim
Last Line: That pains my wounded ear


LINES WRITTEN IN HIGHLANDS AFTER A VISIT TO BURNS'S COUNTRY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a charm in footing slow across a silent plain
Last Line: And keep his vision clear from speck, his inward sight unblind.
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Poetry & Poets; Scotland


LINES WRITTEN IN THE HIGHLANDS, SELS., by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


MARIGOLD: GRIEF, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Open afresh your round of starry folds
Last Line: His mighty voice may come upon the gale
Subject(s): Flowers; Holidays; Trees


MAY 3: POEM IN THE MANNER OF JOHN KEATS, by DAVID LEHMAN                Poet's Biography
First Line: Much have I trampled in fields of grass
Last Line: Or cry for her life in dire ruin?


MEG MERRILEES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Old meg she was a gipsy
Last Line: She died full long agone!
Variant Title(s): Old Meg;meg Merrilies
Subject(s): Gypsies; Gipsies


MEMORIES OF JOHN KEATS, by DENISE LEVERTOV                Poet's Biography
First Line: Watchfulness and sensation as john keats
Last Line: You would have known in it


MINNOWS, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: How silent comes the water round that bend
Last Line: And moisture, that the bowery green may live
Variant Title(s): From The Bridg
Subject(s): Minnows


MODERN LOVE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: And what is love? It is a doll dress'd up
Last Line: That ye may love in spite of beaver hats.
Variant Title(s): "and What Is Love? It Is A Doll Dressed Up"";
Subject(s): Love


MONHEGAN ISLAND, by DAVID BOND               
First Line: Half the ten mile trip seal rock
Last Line: Nudged between those of jewel and john keats


MOON LIFTING HER SILVER RIM, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


MORE HEALTHFUL THAN THE LEAFINESS OF DALES?, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Sleep


MR. JOHN KEATS FIVE FEET TALL SAILS AWAY', by THOMAS LUX                Poet's Biography
First Line: On the maria crowther
Last Line: We would each %be diminished


NARCISSUS: EGOTISM, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: What first inspired a bard of old to sing
Last Line: Of young narcissus, and sad echo's bale
Subject(s): Flowers


NATURE AND THE POETS, SELS., by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


NEBUCHADNEZZAR'S DREAM; SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Before he went to feed [or, live] with owls and bats
Last Line: "by belching out ""ye are that head of gold."
Subject(s): Bible; Religion; Theology


NOTES ON WRITERS: THREE CLERIHEWS, by ROBERT SCHAEFFER PHILLIPS               
First Line: Handsome john keats %performed many feats
Last Line: My dear, I know they're losers; %but buggers can't be choosers.'


NUDISM IN AMERICA, by LUCIA MARIA PERILLO               
First Line: Lying in the hammock strung between
Last Line: Here, between two of john keats' many thighs


O LATEST BORN AND LOVELIEST VISION FAR, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


O SLEEP A LITTLE WHILE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Asleep! O sleep a little while, white pearl!
Last Line: My sudden adoration, my great love!
Subject(s): Sleep


OCEAN, WITH ITS VASTNESS, ITS BLUE GREEN, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Sea


ODE ON A GRECIAN URN, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thou still unravished bride of quietness
Last Line: Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.
Subject(s): Art & Artists; Beauty; Carpe Diem; Elgin Marbles; Mortality


ODE ON INDOLENCE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: One morn before me were three figures seen
Last Line: Into the clouds, and never more return!
Subject(s): Idleness; Laziness; Sloth; Indolence


ODE ON MELANCHOLY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: No, no, go not to lethe, neither twist
Last Line: And be among her cloudy trophies hung.
Variant Title(s): On Melancholy
Subject(s): Melancholy; Dejection


ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text         Recitation     Poet's Biography
First Line: My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains
Last Line: Fled is that music: -- do I wake or sleep?
Subject(s): Adversity; Birds; Immortality; Life; Mortality; Nightingales


ODE TO APOLLO, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In thy western halls of gold
Last Line: From thee, great god of bards, receive their heavenly birth.
Subject(s): Dramatists; Homer (10th Century B.c.); Milton, John (1608-1674); Plays & Playwrights ; Poetry & Poets; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599); Tasso, Torquato (1544-1595); Iliad; Odyssey; Dramatists


ODE TO FANNY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Physician nature! Let my spirit blood
Last Line: Love! On their lost repose.
Subject(s): Brawne, Fanny


ODE TO JOHN KEATS, by JOHN ASHBERY                Poet's Biography
First Line: From a dark land of figs
Last Line: Or lurking under a weeping beech


ODE TO PSYCHE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O goddess! Hear these tuneless numbers, wrung
Last Line: To let the warm love in!
Subject(s): Love; Psyche (mythology)


ODE [ON THE POETS], by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Bards of passion and of mirth
Last Line: Double-lived in regions new!
Variant Title(s): To The Poets
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets


OF MELODIES UNHEARD (TO JOHN KEATS), by MAHLON LEONARD FISHER               
First Line: Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


ON A CERTAIN CRITIC, by AMY LOWELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Well, john keats
Last Line: In the bodies of innumerable worms.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Moon; Poetry & Poets


ON A PICTURE OF LEANDER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Come hither all sweet maidens soberly
Last Line: He's gone; up bubbles all his amorous breath!
Subject(s): Dardanelles; Hero & Leander; Hellespont; Leander


ON DEATH, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Can death be sleep, when life is but a dream
Last Line: His future doom which is but to awake.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOMER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Much have I traveled in the realms of gold
Last Line: Silent, upon a peak in darien.
Variant Title(s): To The Adventurous
Subject(s): Books; Chapman, George (1559-1634); Homer (10th Century B.c.); Poetry & Poets; Thought; Translating & Interpreting; Reading; Iliad; Odyssey; Thinking


ON LEAVING SOME FRIENDS AT AN EARLY HOUR, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Give me a golden pen, and let me lean
Last Line: Tis not content so soon to be alone.


ON OXFORD, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The gothic looks solemn
Last Line: Then each on a leg or thigh fastens.
Variant Title(s): Lines Rhymed In A Letter From Oxford
Subject(s): Oxford University


ON RECEIVING A CURIOUS SHELL, AND A COPY OF VERSES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hast thou from the caves of golconda
Last Line: In magical powers, to bless and to sooth.
Subject(s): Shells; Conchology


ON SEEING THE ELGIN MARBLES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: My spirit is too weak - mortality
Last Line: A sun - a shadow of a magnitude.
Subject(s): Elgin Marbles; Parthenon; Sculpture & Sculptors


ON THE SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If by dull rhymes our english must be chain'd
Last Line: She will be bound with garlands of her own.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet (on The Sonnet)
Subject(s): Sonnet (as Literary Form)


ON VISITING THE TOMB OF BURNS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The town, the churchyard, and the setting sun
Last Line: Thy face; I sin against thy native skies.
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Poetry & Poets


ONE DAY THOU WILT BE BLEST, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


ORCHID: A BELLE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: I met a lady in the meads
Last Line: And sure in language strange she said, %I love thee true
Subject(s): Flowers


ORIGON OF FABLE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: What has made the sage or poet write


OTHO THE GREAT, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: So, I am safe emerged from these broils
Last Line: I will to bed!--to-morrow-- [dies.
Subject(s): Hungary; Otto The Great, King Of Germany (912-73); Revolutions; Otho The Great; Ottol The Great


PART 2, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Love in a hut, with water and a crust


PEERLESS POESY, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: A drainless shower


POPULARITY, by ROBERT BROWNING    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Stand still, true poet that you are!
Last Line: What porridge had john keats?
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


ROBIN HOOD, TO A FRIEND, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: No! Those days are gone away
Last Line: Let us two a burden try.
Subject(s): Robin Hood


SACRIFICE TO PAN, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Full in the middle of this pleasantness


SATURN, AS HE WALKED INTO THE MIDST, FR. HYPERION, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography


SAY, DOTH THE DULL SOIL ...', by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Birds


SEVERN'S JOHN KEATS, 1821, by GARY THOMPSON               
First Line: Keats, in his tiny body
Last Line: On the fading walls


SHARING EVE'S APPLE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O blush not so! O blush not so
Last Line: O cut the sweet apple and share it!
Variant Title(s): Eve's Sweet Pipin
Subject(s): Adam & Eve; Apples; Bible; Fruit; Religion; Eve; Theology


SHELL'S SONG, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: I stood upon a shore, a pleasant shore
Subject(s): Sea


SHIP IN THE BAY, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: See, the ship in the bay is riding
Last Line: My love is breathing a prayer for me


SLEEP AND POETRY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What is more gentle than a wind in summer?
Last Line: I leave them as a father does his son.


SONG (1), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I had a dove and the sweet dove died
Last Line: Why not live sweetly, as in the green trees?
Variant Title(s): The Dove;song: I Had A Dove And The Sweet Dove Died
Subject(s): Doves


SONG (2), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Spirit here that reignest
Last Line: Just fresh from the banquet of comus.


SONG (3), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hush, hush! Tread softly! Hush, hush my dear!
Last Line: While I kiss to the melody, aching all through!


SONG OF FOUR FAERIES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Happy, happy glowing fire
Last Line: And twilight your floating bowers.


SONG OF SPRING, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: And o and o


SONG: STAY, RUBY-BREASTED WARBLER, STAY, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Stay, ruby-breasted warbler, stay
Last Line: Amid the gloom and grief of tears


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Why did I laugh tonight? No voice will tell
Last Line: But death intenser--death is life's high meed.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When I have fears that I may cease to be
Last Line: Till love and fame to nothingness do sink.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: To one who has been long in city pent
Last Line: That falls through the clear ether silently.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How many bards gild the lapses of time
Last Line: Make pleasing music, and not wild uproar.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The day is gone, and all its sweets are gone!
Last Line: He'll let me sleep, seeing I fast and pray.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Why did I laugh tonight? No voice will tell
Last Line: But death intenser--death is life's high meed.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When I have fears that I may cease to be
Last Line: Till love and fame to nothingness do sink.
Subject(s): Milton, John (1608-1674); Sidney, Sir Philip (1554-1586)


SONNET, by R. A. ERIC SHEPHERD    Poem Text            
First Line: Well might john keats have wandered up and down
Last Line: To think too closely is to banish him.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Oxford University; Poetry & Poets


SONNET (ON HEARING THE BAG-PIPE), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Of late two dainties were before me plac'd
Last Line: Mum chance art thou with both oblig'd to part.
Subject(s): Bagpipes; Musical Instruments


SONNET (ON LEIGH HUNT'S POEM 'THE STORY OF RIMINI'), by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Who loves to peer up at the morning sun


SONNET (ON RECEIVING A LAUREL CROWN FROM LEIGH HUNT), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Minutes are flying swiftly, and as yet
Last Line: Of all the many glories that may be.


SONNET (ON THE DEATH OF HIS GRANDMOTHER), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As from the darkening gloom a silver dove
Last Line: Wherefore does any grief our joy impair?
Subject(s): Grandparents; Grandmothers; Grandfathers; Great Grandfathers; Great Grandmothers


SONNET (TO A YOUNG LADY WHO SENT ME A LAUREL CROWN), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fresh morning gusts have blown away all fear
Last Line: Yet would I kneel and kiss thy gentle hand?


SONNET (TO JOHN HAMILTON REYNOLDS), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O that a week could be an age
Last Line: Me how to harbour such a happy thought.


SONNET (TO THE LADIES WHO SAW ME CROWN'D), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What is there in the universal earth
Last Line: Due reverence to your most sovereign eyes.


SONNET (TO THE NILE), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Son of the old moon-mountains african
Last Line: And to the sea as happily dost haste.
Subject(s): Nile (river)


SONNET (WRITTEN IN ANSWER TO A SONNET ENDING THUS: -), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Blue! 'tis the life of heaven, - the domain
Last Line: When in an eye thou art alive with fate!
Variant Title(s): "blue Eyes (answer To A Sonnet Ending Thus: -);""blue! 'tis The Life Of Heaven, - The Domain"";
Subject(s): Admiration; Eyes


SONNET (WRITTEN IN THE COTTAGE WHERE BURNS WAS BORN), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: This mortal body of a thousand days
Last Line: O smile among the shades, for this is fame!
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Poetry & Poets


SONNET (WRITTEN UPON THE TOP OF BEN NEVIS), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Read me a lesson, muse, and speak it loud
Last Line: But in the world of thought and mental might!
Subject(s): Ben Nevis (mountain), Scotland


SONNET IN MEMORY OF JOHN KEATS (1), by HELEN GRAY CONE               
First Line: Young priest of beauty, dead a hundred years
Alternate Author Name(s): Green, Coroebus
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


SONNET IN MEMORY OF JOHN KEATS (2), by HELEN GRAY CONE               
First Line: He figured life a house of mystic rooms
Alternate Author Name(s): Green, Coroebus
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry And Poets


SONNET ON FAME (2), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How fevered is the man, who cannot look
Last Line: Spoil his salvation for a fierce miscreed?
Subject(s): Fame; Reputation


SONNET ON PEACE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O peace! And dost thou with thy presence bless
Last Line: So with the horrors past thou'lt win thy happier fate!


SONNET ON SITTING DOWN TO READ KING LEAR ONCE AGAIN, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O golden-tongued romance, with serene lute!
Last Line: Give me new phoenix wings to fly at my desire.
Subject(s): Dramatists; Plays & Playwrights ; Poetry & Poets; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Dramatists


SONNET TO A LADY SEEN FOR A FEW MOMENTS AT VAUXHALL, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Time's sea hath been five years at its slow ebb
Last Line: And grief unto my darling joys dost bring.


SONNET TO ALISA ROCK, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hearken, thou craggy ocean pyramid!
Last Line: Another cannot wake thy giant size.
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


SONNET TO MRS. REYNOLD'S CAT, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Cat! Who hast pass'd thy grand climacteric
Last Line: In youth thou enter'dst on glass bottled wall.
Variant Title(s): To A Cat;on Mrs. Reynold's Cat
Subject(s): Animals; Cats


SONNET TO MY BROTHERS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Small, busy flames play through the fresh
Last Line: November
Variant Title(s): To My Brothers


SONNET TO SPENSER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Spenser! A jealous honourer of thine
Last Line: Will for thine honour and his pleasure try.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599)


SONNET WRITTEN AT THE END OF THE FLOURE AND THE LEFE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: This pleasant tale is like a little copse
Last Line: Were heard of none beside the mournful robins.
Subject(s): Chaucer, Geoffrey (1342-1400)


SONNET WRITTEN IN DISGUST OF VULGAR SUPERSTITION, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The church bells toll a melancholy round
Last Line: And many glories of immortal stamp.
Subject(s): Superstition


SONNET, WRITTEN IN JANUARY 1817, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: After dark vapors have oppressed our plains
Last Line: A woodland rivulet--a poet's death.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


SONNET: ADDRESSED TO HAYDON (1), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Highmindedness, a jealousy for good
Last Line: Proud to behold him in his country's eye.
Subject(s): Haydon, Benjamin Robert (1786-1846)


SONNET: ADDRESSED TO HAYDON (2), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Great spirits now on earth are sojourning
Last Line: Listen awhile, ye nations, and be dumb.
Variant Title(s): "to Benjamin Robert Haydon;""great Spirits Now On Earth Are Sojourning"";
Subject(s): Haydon, Benjamin Robert (1786-1846)


SONNET: ON FAME (1), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fame, like a wayward girl, will still be coy
Last Line: Then, if she likes it, she will follow you.
Subject(s): Fame; Reputation


SONNET: THE HUMAN SEASONS, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Four seasons fill the measure of the year
Last Line: Or else he would forego his mortal nature.
Variant Title(s): The Seasons Of Man
Subject(s): Life Change Events; Seasons


SONNET: TO FANNY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I cry your mercy, pity, love -- aye love!
Last Line: Losing its gust, and my ambition blind!
Variant Title(s): "i Cry Your Mercy-pity-love!-aye, Love"";
Subject(s): Brawne, Fanny; Desire; Love


SONNET: TO HOMER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Standing aloof in giant ignorance
Last Line: To dian, queen of earth, and heaven, and hell.
Variant Title(s): To Homer
Subject(s): Homer (10th Century B.c.); Poetry & Poets; Iliad; Odyssey


SONNET: TO SLEEP, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O soft embalmer of the still midnight
Last Line: And seal the hushed casket of my soul.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet To Sleep
Subject(s): Sleep


SONNET: WRITTEN ON THE DAY THAT MR. LEIGH HUNT LEFT PRISON, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What though, for showing truth to flatter'd state
Last Line: When thou art dead, and all thy wretched crew?
Subject(s): Freedom; Hunt, Leigh (1784-1859); Liberty


SPECIMEN OF AN INDUCTION TO A POEM, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lo! I must tell a tale of chivalry
Last Line: Clear streams, smooth lakes, and overlooking towers.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599)


SPENSERIAN STANZA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In after-time, a sage of mickle lore
Last Line: The one he struck stone-blind, the other's eyes wox dim.
Variant Title(s): "in After-time, A Sage Of Mickle Lore"";


SPENSERIAN STANZAS ON CHARLES ARMITAGE BROWN, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: He is to weet a melancholy carle
Last Line: Who as they walk abroad make tinkling with their feet.
Variant Title(s): A Portrait;stanzas On Charles Armitage Brown;character Of Charles Brown
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Spenser, Edmund (1552-1599)


STANZAS TO MISS WYLIE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O come georgiana! The rose is full blown
Last Line: With love-looking eyes, and with voice sweetly bland.


SWEET, SWEET IS THE GREETING OF EYES, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
Last Line: Where furrows are new to the plough


TEIGNMOUTH, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here all the summer could I stay
Last Line: And startle the dappled prickets?


THAT TINY BIRD SINGING ITS MEMORY ICICLE, by JOHN JOSEPH MCKERNAN               
First Line: Enough heat to fry the snow?
Last Line: As if time & john keats were foreign countries


THE CAP AND BELLS OR THE JEALOUSIES; A FAERY TALE UNFINISHED, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In midmost ind, beside hydapes cool
Last Line: The sequel of this day, though labour 'tis immense!


THE CASTLE BUILDER; FRAGMENTS OF A DIALOGUE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In short, convince you that however wise
Last Line: And I must sit to supper with my friar.


THE DEVON MAID, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Where be ye going, you devon maid?
Last Line: And kiss on a grass green pillow.


THE EVE OF SAINT MARK, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Upon a sabbath-day it fell
Last Line: At venice,--


THE EVE OF ST. AGNES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: St. Agnes' eve - ah, bitter chill it was!
Last Line: For aye unsought for slept among his ashes cold.
Variant Title(s): Bitter Chill
Subject(s): Agnes, Saint (d. 304 A.d.); Love; Saints; Winter


THE FALL OF HYPERION; A DREAM, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fanatics have their dreams, wherewith they weave
Last Line: And made their dove-wings tremble. On he flared.
Subject(s): Sleep


THE GADFLY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: All gentle folks who owe a grudge
Last Line: The gadfly's little sting.


THE GRASSHOPPER AND CRICKET, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The poetry of earth is never dead
Last Line: The grasshopper's among some grassy hills.
Variant Title(s): On The Grasshopper And Cricket
Subject(s): Crickets; Environment; Fields; Grasshoppers; Insects; Nature; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Pastures; Meadows; Leas; Bugs


THE POET (A FRAGMENT), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Where's the poet? Show him! Show him
Last Line: On his ear like mother-tongue.


THE REALM OF FANCY, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Ever let the fancy roam!
Last Line: Pleasure never is at home.
Variant Title(s): Fancy
Subject(s): Imagination; Fancy


THE SEA, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It keeps eternal whisperings around
Last Line: Until ye start, as if the sea-nymphs quir'd!
Variant Title(s): Sonnet: On The Sea;on The Sea
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


THE SPANISH STAIRS-ROME, by CHARLES LEO O'DONNELL    Poem Text            
First Line: John keats, if he were living, with sad eyes
Last Line: Three blind men fiddle in the gathering dusk.
Subject(s): Monuments; Rome, Italy


THE WAYFARER, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Keen, fitful gusts are whisp'ring here and there
Last Line: And faithful petrarch gloriously crown'd.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet;sonnet: Keen Fitful Gusts
Subject(s): Petrarch (1304-1374); Francesco Petrarca


THOMAS RYMER, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: True thomas lay oer yond grassy bank
Last Line: True thomas on earth was never seen


TO - (1), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Had I a man's fair form, then might my sighs
Last Line: I'll gather some by spells, and incantation.


TO - (2), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Think not of it, sweet one, so
Last Line: A dirge of kisses.


TO - (GEORGIANA AUGUSTA WYLIE, AFTERWARDS MRS. GEORGE KEATS), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hadst thou lived in days of old
Last Line: Blood of those whose eyes can kill.


TO A FRIEND WHO SENT ME SOME ROSES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As late I rambled in the happy fields
Last Line: Whisper'd of peace, and truth, and friendliness unquell'd.


TO AUTUMN, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness
Last Line: And gathering swallows twitter in the skies.
Variant Title(s): Ode To Autumn
Subject(s): Autumn; Men; Nature; Seasons; War; Fall


TO BYRON, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Byron! How sweetly sad thy melody!
Last Line: The enchanting tale, the tale of pleasing woe.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet To Byron
Subject(s): Byron, George Gordon, Lord (1788-1824); Poetry & Poets; Byron, George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron


TO CHATTERTON, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O chatterton! How very sad thy fate!
Last Line: From thy fair name, and waters it with tears.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet To Chatterton
Subject(s): Chatterton, Thomas (1752-1770)


TO EMMA, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: O come, dearest emma, the rose is full bloom
Last Line: With love-looking eye, and with voice sweetly bland


TO FANNY BRAWNE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: This living hand, now warm and capable
Last Line: I hold it towards you.
Variant Title(s): Lines Supposed To Have Been Addressed To Fanny Brawne
Subject(s): Brawne, Fanny; Hands


TO G.A.W. (GEORGIANA AUGUSTA WYLIE), by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Nymph of the downward smile and sidelong glance
Last Line: Trips it before apollo than the rest.


TO HAYDON, WITH A SONNET WRITTEN ON SEEING THE ELGIN MARBLES, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Haydon! Forgive me that I cannot speak
Last Line: Of their star in the east, and gone to worship them.


TO HOPE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When by my solitary hearth I sit
Last Line: Waving thy silver pinions o'er my head.
Subject(s): Hope; Optimism


TO JOHN KEATS, by GEORGE HERBERT CLARKE    Poem Text            
First Line: Severn, I feel the flowers o'er me grow,'
Last Line: Greening above you in eternal spring.
Subject(s): Death; Dreams; Flowers; Funerals; Future Life; Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets; Dead, The; Nightmares; Burials; Retribution; Eternity; After Life


TO JOHN KEATS, by JAMES HENRY LEIGH HUNT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis well you think me truly one of those
Last Line: Young keats, a flowering laurel on your brow.
Alternate Author Name(s): Hunt, Leigh
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


TO JOHN KEATS FROM FANNY BRAWNE, A, by HELEN B. MITCHELL    Poem Text            


TO JOHN KEATS, POET, AT SPRING TIME, by COUNTEE CULLEN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I cannot hold my peace, john keats
Last Line: John keats, keep revel with me, too.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets; Spring


TO JOHN KEATS; SONNET, by AMY LOWELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Great master! Boyish, sympathetic man!
Last Line: Faint throbbings of thy music overhear.
Variant Title(s): To John Keats
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


TO KOSCIUSKO, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Good kosciusko! Thy great name alone
Last Line: To where the great god lives for evermore.
Subject(s): Freedom; Kosciuszko, Thaddeus (1746-1817); Liberty


TO LEIGH HUNT, ESQ., by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Glory and loveliness have passed away
Last Line: With these poor offerings, a man like thee.
Variant Title(s): Dedication To Leigh Hunt, Esq
Subject(s): Hunt, Leigh (1784-1859)


TO MY BROTHER GEORGE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Many the wonders I this day have seen
Last Line: Would be the wonders of the sky and sea?


TO SOLITUDE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O solitude! If I must with thee dwell
Last Line: When to thy haunts two kindred spirits flee.
Variant Title(s): Sonnet: Solitude
Subject(s): Solitude; Loneliness


TO SOME LADIES [ON RECEIVING A CURIOUS SHELL], by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What though, while the wonders of nature exploring
Last Line: In elegant, pure, and aerial minds.
Variant Title(s): To Some Ladies
Subject(s): Shells; Conchology


TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN KEATS, by JOHN CLARE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The world, its hopes, and fears, have passed away
Last Line: Thy name with him shall linger, and be dear.
Subject(s): Keats, John (1795-1821); Poetry & Poets


TWO OR THREE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Two or three posies
Last Line: To hatch into sonnets.


UPON A HILL, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I stood tiptoe upon a little hill
Last Line: My wand'ring spirit must no further soar. --
Subject(s): Morning


VICTIM OF CIRCE'S ART, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: I sue not for my happy crown again


WEEP YOU NO MORE, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Weep you no more, sad fountains!
Last Line: Softly, now softly lies %sleeping


WHAT IS LIFE?, by JOHN KEATS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Stop and consider! Life is but a day


WHAT THE THRUSH SAID, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O thou whose face hath felt the winter's wind
Last Line: And he's awake who thinks himself asleep.
Variant Title(s): "o Thou Whose Face Hath Felt The Winter's Wind"";what The Thrush Seemed To Say;
Subject(s): Birds; Thrushes


WOMEN, WINE AND SNUFF, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Give me women, wine and, snuff
Last Line: My beloved trinity.


YOU SAY YOU LOVE, by JOHN KEATS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: You say you love; but with a voice
Last Line: O love me truly!
Subject(s): Love