Analysis Of The Poem ' Fears By John Keats Essay

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Accomplishments before Death
A Reflective Essay on Three Things I Want to Accomplish Before I Die “A great accomplishment shouldn 't be the end of the road, just the starting point for the next leap forward,” quoted from Harvey Mackay. Everyone that has lived on this earth has always had set goals specifically for themselves. It is absolutely essential for anyone to have goals or else there is nothing to strive for in their lives. Without goals, there would be no accomplishments, and without accomplishments there would be no joy in that person’s life. In the poem, Fears by John Keats, Keats describes his own fear of never being able to accomplish his goals by saying, “….Of the wide world I stand alone, and think till love and fame to nothingness do sink,” page 885. The three main accomplishments that I want to fulfill before my death are; to get married and start a family, travel around the world, and be successful at my job. To begin with, I want to start a family of my own. Almost all people in this world want to start a family, it’s the most common goal for many people in my opinion. Everyone also wants to find love, and be happy with their lover for the rest of their lives. There are many reasons why people want to start a family, one reason is that it is a challenge. Having children is a tough process. There are countless hours helping and caring for the child and I would embrace that challenge. Also, another reason for wanting a family is because a famous naturalist…

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