What is the meaning of the poem On Fame by John Keats?
My interpretation of On Fame is to not seek Fame. If you seek Fame it will be harder to achieve. If you go about daily life not working to achieve it you will gain Fame accidentally as it will find you.
When I Have Fears That I May Cease To Be by John Keats 1795 to 1821 What is the argument thesis or subject of the poem?
John Keats initially expresses his fears of not completing everything he wants to in his life such as writing lasting poetry, and understanding true love. At the end of the sonnet, in the epigrammatic couplet, he realizes that in the end, fame and love really mean nothing. He is really questioning the meaning of life.
This famous poem by John Keats, is very much appreciated for the opening: "The poetry of earth is never dead..." This poem is just another 'adoration of the moment' poem by this great master of beauty and passion. John Keats simply describes the beauty of earth, the divine music that flows eternally, and everything common yet beautiful.