Malia wrote:Like Credo, I'm glad to have a place where I can talk about Keats (the phrase "Keats-aholics anonymous" comes to mind! ) without getting the dreaded blank stare in return. You all know the blank stare, right?
relieve my poor, confused friends of my random and unreciprocated outbursts of Keats love by expelling them here instead.
dks wrote:This forum has changed my life. Sounds corny, I know. But, guys, let's face it...unless we all become friends with Andrew Motion, there just ain't many folks out there who can appreciate this kind of art...they just don't get it. Am I an isolating ridiculous Romantic? You bet!!
dks wrote:Who hates poetry?? Who hates Keats?? Can this be true?? Cold these people actually exist??
I'm at a loss over this...
Credo Buffa wrote:It's really wonderful to read everyone's stories. This is a truly special little thing we have going here.
Brave Archer wrote:I came to this site looking for fans of his. Believe it or not there are a lot people who ve never heard of Keats where i am from. Forgive the way this looks Im typing on my cell phone.
Saturn wrote:My story:
This site has been with a part of my life for over two years in which I met and lost the love of my life so far [this site even had a small role in our meeting] and while I made the best and only friends I've had for ten years. I've been on a rollercoaster of extreme emotions and feelings since then but I've alwys had a little corner of the web where I could bury my head when I've been in a hell of torment.
And the possibility of having intelligent, intellectual deabte on here with you guys has been a wonderful release. Nowhere else can I talk about the literature, music and interests I feel passionate about.
The last two years have turned my life around and this site has been a constant, a retreat and a joy.
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