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Question about Poems

PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2003 2:08 am
by Braaks
Do the words "bleed with me" occur in any of Keat's poems? :?:

PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2003 12:28 pm
by scholarship
Ode to an Angel
by John Keats

Come to me angel
Come to me with broken wings
Tell me angel, Tell me everything
Bleed with me angel
Let us bleed and never die
Let it out angel
Talk, for the time is right
Mend your wings angel
I'll help you and then break mine
I hear you angel
I hear for I know you're trying
Hear me angel
Help me for I'm screaming
I'm sorry angel
I don't mean to seem needing
This time is sad angel
This heaven seems like hell
Let us stay mutual angel
We both need love, it may be hard to tell
Stay safe angel
Stray away from those who don't care
No doubt you'll get hurt angel
Hurt for nothing's fair
Don't stay with me angel
You need to be free
May you live happy angel
I warn you, there's no guarantee
Spread your wings angel
In the heavens you shall fly
Never look back angel
For surely I will cry
Farewell my graceful angel
We'll reunite when I die
I'm lost until then angel
Inside my heart will be dry
Remember this angel
In case we never meet above
We shall always be together angel
Forever bound by love

PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2003 1:22 pm
by Despondence
Is that really a Keats poem? Where is it published?

Ummm

PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 12:00 pm
by Jfk
That poem is by someone called Scott Hollingsworth...at least thats what the web says. Anyone who even entertained the thought that Keats wrote that poem would want their head checked.

Re: Ummm

PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2003 8:52 am
by Guest
[It is entirelly inaceptable for u to talk to ppl like that, :x is there not a more positive way u can let ppl know the poem is not by John Keats :?: