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Hymn to Intellectual Beauty by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Hymn to Intellectual Beauty by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) Shelley (internal link) once again contemplates beauty and the mercurial and inconstant nature of same. Time flies. Beauty, too, too often, as that beautiful blonde woman who just appeared and then … Continue reading

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Some Shape of Beauty Moves Away The Pall

A poorly worded ad caught my attention.  It meant to capture Keats but he is not easily seized. Yesterday’s post by Shelley was from 1820. ← (internal link) The following is from Keats in 1818. I understand they were not … Continue reading

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The Cloud By Percy Bysshe Shelley

Unnoticed, my last post was my 500th. I meant to celebrate that event with poetry. Better late than never. A cenotaph, by the way, is a tomb honoring a person or persons whose remains lie elsewhere. There is a wonderful … Continue reading

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