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John Keats Love Poems

Despite the fact that John Keats died at the age of 25, he managed to become one of the greatest English Romantic poets of all times. His lyrics was filled with young, fress love to life and the surrounding world.

The poetry of John Keats is characterized by flow of sensual imageries that create odes. Extreme emotions that author shared through his works is typical phenomenon for all romantic poets and is the most prominent feature of literature of that time. Today his poems and love letters are gaining huge popularity among readers.

John Keats knew how to write about love, as there were at least two women who conquered his heart: Isabella Jones and Fanny Brawne. They very his muses and gave him a gift of believing in passionate relationship.

“Fair Isabel, poor simple Isabel!

Lorenzo, a young palmer in Love’s eye!

They could not in the self-same mansion dwell

Without some stir of heart, some malady”

John’s words are honest and sincere. He got immersed in the amazing feeling of reciprocal love and couldn’t conceal these emotions. In the poem “la Belle dame sans merci,” he tells a romantic story about meeting a beautiful lady. Such words make readers believe in that honorable feeling which fulfills each of us. John Keats says: “Love doesn’t wait.” And he is hands-down right about that. If you have experienced that overwhelming emotion at least once in a life, you will never be the same again. It is impossible to remain indifferent to the beautiful surrounding world when your heart beats with tenderness because of thinking about your beloved.

It is said, millions of poems were written about love, but the genuine poet will find something fresh to say.

Here is a list of John Keats Love Poems