Nature Of Emotion, Beauty And Imagination By John Keats Essay

734 Words Apr 6th, 2015 3 Pages
When an individual having a long, stress full day with a million ideas going on in their head; dealing with bills, work and relationship but in one single moment by looking outside the window and seeing a beautiful butterfly flying down on a sunflower can restored the true beauty in nature, making the mind into a state free mood. During the late eighteenth and first half of the nineteenth centuries was when many country revolted against the classical idea of enlightenment into the sensible and emotional thinking of Romanticism. The poems “Ode to a Grecian Urn” by John Keats and “Composed upon Westminster Bridge, Sept.3, 1802.” By William Wordsworth; are two works that reflect the influence of nature of emotion, beauty and imagination.

The poem “Ode to a Grecian Urn” by John Keats is about a Greek vase with designs of figures which are being reflected and symbolized in his poem; of time staying still. John Keats, was essence during the romanticism period, he had a short tragic life but his poetry represents the beauty of art lives on. John Keats describes the piper playing tunes on the vase “but those unheard/ Are sweeter.”(11-12). John Keats wanted the sense to come alive for individual to imagine the beauty of music is in the eyes of the holder. The vase capture a sense of a beautiful young women who is in her prim, Keats wanted to knowledge that she would never get old to have her beauty stay forever. He describes a man who is trying to kiss her but she playing hard to…

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