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Fragment On Keats Post by :ortaz Category :Poems Author :Percy Bysshe Shelley Date :December 2010 Read :2961

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Fragment On Keats

ON KEATS, WHO DESIRED THAT ON HIS TOMB SHOULD BE INSCRIBED--

'Here lieth One whose name was writ on water.
But, ere the breath that could erase it blew,
Death, in remorse for that fell slaughter,
Death, the immortalizing winter, flew
Athwart the stream,--and time's printless torrent grew
A scroll of crystal, blazoning the name
Of Adonais!

(The end)
Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem: Fragment On Keats

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