John Keats Quotes

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i-love-you-the-more-in-that-i-believe-you-had-liked-me-for-my-own-sake-and-for-nothing-else
love-is-my-religion-i-could-die-for-it
with-a-great-poet-the-sense-of-beauty-overcomes-every-other-consideration-or-rather-obliterates-all-consideration
what-the-imagination-seizes-as-beauty-must-be-truth
nothing-ever-becomes-real-till-it-is-experienced
there-is-not-a-fiercer-hell-than-the-failure-in-a-great-object
i-am-certain-of-nothing-but-the-holiness-of-the-hearts-affections-and-the-truth-of-imagination
my-imagination-is-a-monastery-and-i-am-its-monk
do-you-not-see-how-necessary-a-world-of-pains-and-troubles-is-to-school-an-intelligence-and-make-it-a-soul
the-poetry-of-the-earth-is-never-dead
scenery-is-fine-but-human-nature-is-finer
now-a-soft-kiss-aye-by-that-kiss-i-vow-an-endless-bliss
i-am-certain-of-nothing-but-the-holiness-of-the-hearts-affections-and-the-truth-of-the-imagination
o-for-a-draught-of-vintage-that-hath-been-cooled-a-long-age-in-the-deepdelvid-earth
then-on-the-shore-of-the-wide-world-i-stand-alone-and-think-till-love-and-fame-to-nothingness-do-sink
i-wish-to-beleave-in-immortalityi-wish-to-live-with-you-forever
love-is-like-the-moon-when-it-does-not-increase-it-decreases
philosophy-will-clip-an-angels-wings
even-bees-the-little-almsmen-of-spring-bowers-know-there-is-richest-juice-in-poisonflowers
on-a-lone-winter-evening-when-the-frost-has-wrought-a-silence
verse-fame-and-beauty-are-intense-indeed-but-death-intenser-death-is-lifes-high-meed
heard-melodies-are-sweet-but-those-unheard-are-sweeter
love-in-a-hut-with-water-and-a-crust-is-love-forgive-us-cinders-ashes-dust
o-for-the-gentleness-of-old-romance-the-simple-planning-of-a-minstrels-song
health-is-my-expected-heaven
i-would-jump-down-etna-for-any-public-good-but-i-hate-a-mawkish-popularity
a-thing-beauty-is-joy-forever-its-loveliness-increases-it-will-never-pass-into-nothingness
a-man-should-have-fine-point-his-soul-taken-off-to-become-fit-for-this-world-john-keats
o-for-ten-years-that-i-may-overwhelm-myself-in-poesy-i-may-do-deed-that-my-own-soul-has-to-itself-decreed-john-keats
turn-key-deftly-in-oiled-wards-and-seal-hushed-casket-my-soul-john-keats
bards-passion-mirth-ye-have-left-your-souls-on-earth-have-ye-souls-in-heaven-too-doublelived-in-regions-new-john-keats
call-world-if-you-please-vale-soulmaking-then-you-will-find-out-use-world-john-keats
how-does-poet-speak-to-men-with-power-but-by-being-still-more-man-than-they-john-keats
i-have-nothing-to-speak-but-my-self-what-can-i-say-but-what-i-feel-john-keats
stop-consider-life-is-but-day-john-keats
and-there-shall-be-for-thee-all-soft-delight-that-shadowy-thought-can-win-a-bright-torch-casement-ope-at-night-to-let-warm-love-in-john-keats
but-let-me-see-thee-stoop-from-heaven-on-wings-that-fill-sky-with-silver-glitterings-john-keats
their-woes-gone-by-both-to-heaven-upflown-to-bow-for-gratitude-before-joves-throne-john-keats
the-imagination-may-be-compared-to-adams-dreamhe-awoke-found-it-truth-john-keats
a-drainless-shower-of-light-is-poesy-tis-supreme-power-tis-might-half-slumbering-on-its-own-right-arm-john-keats
there-is-old-saying-well-begun-is-half-donetis-bad-one-i-would-use-insteadnot-begun-at-all-til-half-done-john-keats
many-time-i-have-been-half-in-love-with-easeful-death-john-keats
it-appears-to-me-that-almost-any-man-may-like-spider-spin-from-his-own-inwards-his-own-airy-citadel-john-keats
when-i-have-fears-that-i-may-ceace-to-be-before-my-pen-has-gleaned-my-teaming-brain-john-keats
life-is-but-day-a-fragile-dewdrop-on-its-perilious-way-from-trees-summit-john-keats
can-death-be-sleep-when-life-is-but-dream-and-scenes-bliss-pass-as-phantom-by-on-death-john-keats
through-dancing-poppies-stole-a-breeze-most-softly-lulling-to-my-soul-john-keats
when-it-is-moving-on-luxurious-wings-the-soul-is-lost-in-pleasant-smotherings-john-keats
the-latest-dream-i-ever-dreamed-on-cold-hill-side-john-keats
fanatics-have-their-dreams-wherewith-they-weave-a-paradise-for-sect-john-keats
real-are-dreams-gods-smoothly-pass-their-pleasures-in-long-immortal-dream-john-keats
a-proverb-is-no-proverb-to-you-until-life-has-illustrated-it-john-keats
if-poetry-comes-not-as-naturally-as-leaves-to-tree-it-had-better-not-come-at-all-john-keats
i-wish-i-was-either-in-your-arms-full-faith-that-thunder-bolt-would-strike-me-john-keats
pensive-they-sit-roll-their-languid-eyes-john-keats
thou-silent-form-dost-tease-us-out-thought-as-doth-eternity-john-keats
the-same-that-ofttimes-hath-charmd-magic-casements-opening-on-foam-perilous-seas-in-fairy-lands-forlorn-john-keats
a-thing-beauty-is-joy-forever-its-loveliness-increases-it-will-never-pass-into-nothingness-john-keats
Call the world, if you please, "the Vale of Soul Making". Then you will find out the use of the world... There may be intelligences or sparks of the divinity in millions - but they are not Souls till they acquire identities, till each one is personally itself. Intelligences are atoms of perception - they know and they see and they are pure, in short they are God. How then are Souls to be made? How then are these sparks which are God to have identity given them - so as ever to possess a bliss peculiar to each one's individual existence. How, but in the medium of a world like this? This point I sincerely wish to consider, because I think it a grander system of salvation than the Christian religion - or rather it is a system of Spirit Creation... I can scarcely express what I but dimly perceive - and yet I think I perceive it - that you may judge the more clearly I will put it in the most homely form possible. I will call the world a school instituted for the purpose of teaching little children to read. I will call the human heart the hornbook used in that school. And I will call the child able to read, the soul made from that school and its hornbook. Do you not see how necessary a world of pains and troubles is to school an intelligence and make it a soul? A place where the heart must feel and suffer in a thousand diverse ways... As various as the lives of men are - so various become their souls, and thus does God make individual beings, souls, identical souls of the sparks of his own essence. This appears to me a faint sketch of a system of salvation which does not affront our reason and humanity...

John Keats
i-have-good-reason-to-be-content-for-thank-god-i-can-read-perhaps-understand-shakespeare-to-his-depths-john-keats
scenery-is-fine-but-human-nature-is-finer-john-keats
here-lies-one-whose-name-was-writ-on-water-john-keats
i-was-never-afraid-failure-for-i-would-sooner-fail-than-not-be-among-greatest-john-keats
heard-melodies-are-sweet-but-those-unheard-are-sweeter-john-keats
give-me-books-french-wine-fruit-fine-weather-little-music-played-out-doors-by-somebody-i-do-not-know-john-keats
touch-has-memory-john-keats
touch-has-memory-o-say-love-say-what-can-i-do-to-kill-it-be-free-john-keats
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