Sonnet Xiv. Addressed To The Same (haydon) Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


Great spirits now on earth are sojourningB
He of the cloud the cataract the lakeC
Who on Helvellyn's summit wide awakeC
Catches his freshness from Archangel's wingB
He of the rose the violet the springB
The social smile the chain for Freedom's sakeC
And lo whose stedfastness would never takeC
A meaner sound than Raphael s whisperingB
And other spirits there are standing apartD
Upon the forehead of the age to comeE
These these will give the world another heartD
And other pulses Hear ye not the humE
Of mighty workingsF
Listen awhile ye nations and be dumbE

John Keats


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