Ode to Keat

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Ode to Keat

Postby DeadKeat » Wed Mar 03, 2004 3:14 am

Keat was a poet
Thou he didnt kno it
He thought he could throw it
But really is was a hoe at it
Keat RULES!
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Postby Keats101 » Wed Mar 03, 2004 3:18 am

Dead, i was touched by your poem, although i think it may need a little refinining it is obvious that your central theme is pure.
Keep up the good work!

Yo keats you are the man,
I hate math and the secant of tan,
Thats why i wrote this rhyme,
to waste away a lil of my time.
GO KEATS!
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If you're going to write a poem please do some arduous work

Postby MonroeDoctrine » Fri Mar 12, 2004 2:58 am

A True Ode To Keats

Please read Percy B. Shelly's Adonais,
For losing John Keats was tragic for us.
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Postby Guest » Tue Mar 16, 2004 4:32 pm

his name was keats, he loved his sweets/ he gave us treats/ & his name rhymes with meats/ & beats and seats/ and bed sheets,/ keats was the best by far/ if he was around now he'd drive a flash car/a true shining star/in the poem game/all the other poets are lame/they cant mess with big john/he is the true poet don/
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respect

Postby Keat4Sweets » Wed Mar 17, 2004 3:05 am

True, losing keats was a crushing blow to us all

But would Keats want us to remember him in a fun yet humorous poem with no flow or even properly written....

I may not know Keats well personally but hell id think that guy would love to knock back beer everyonce and a while.

Keats loves Geats
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Please do some work!

Postby LoandBehold » Wed Mar 17, 2004 6:24 am

I agree with Monroe you folks need to read Percy B. Shelly's Adonais! Then you'll get a sense of how to write a poem for John Keats.
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Who is BigL?

Postby Authority » Thu Mar 25, 2004 3:30 am

Who are you to write about John Keats and know nothing about his poetry or the history of his time period?
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Who are these inferior beings?

Postby RepublicanOne » Thu Mar 25, 2004 3:38 am

In Defence of John Keats

To often the tragic culture of modern times views great men in jest; but serious human beings view men like Keats for who they are: men of God.

For anyone to write discusting and infantile poetry that appears to have escaped a Satanic-Hip-Hop video, demonstrates a sub-human quality. My recommendation for some of the most barbarous people in this forum, is to become more educated.
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TRUTH AS BEAUTY

Postby MightyWords » Thu Mar 25, 2004 3:52 am

To Keats

A mortal toil it is to indite
words to grasp the non-physical body.
The dark, bestial ways of the haughty
must be devastated by love's great might.

What can be seen is considered great power,
But the unseen brought down Biblical Towers!
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Postby ryan sosebee » Thu Mar 25, 2004 7:54 pm

I love keats...yaaaaaay keats :D :roll: :twisted:
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Postby Guest » Fri Apr 02, 2004 12:47 pm

Anonymous wrote:his name was keats, he loved his sweets/ he gave us treats/ & his name rhymes with meats/ & seats/ and bed sheets,/ I'd love to hear one of his poems over a Dre or RZA beat/ keats was the best by far/ if he was around now he'd drive a flash car/a true shining star/in the poem game/all the other poets are lame/they cant mess with big john/he is the true poet don/

i edited it to make it better!!

What do u think Keats geeks?? :P
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keats smoked dope

Postby barre » Sat Apr 03, 2004 5:32 am

Writer John Keats and other English literary personalities experiment with opium intended for strict recreational use--simply for the high and taken at extended, non-addictive intervals

sh*t thats real as hell I wounder if he siped barre to? Oh but yall woundnt know bout that but I bet my boy keats would though ;)
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Yeah Right

Postby RepublicanOne » Sun Apr 04, 2004 2:36 am

John Keats being well educated on the horrors of the British/Dutch empire never used drugs for recreational uses! John Keats and Shelly knew that what the British had done in India was hideous for anyone to assert they would support the drug trade expresses utter ignorance!
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Postby Castalia » Mon Apr 26, 2004 3:53 pm

I wonder, Barre, where you get your information. Keats may have used laudanum once or twice for medicinal purposes (I know Shelley did) but I seriously doubt either of them just did it for fun.

As for the, er, interesting poems posted above, they were hilarious. I'm glad to know not everyone is as pompous and self-righteous as I am.
'Jack, you have debauched my sloth.'
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Postby calvinklein83 » Thu May 13, 2004 11:47 am

my poem to keats:

Yo yo we all love Keats,
We’ve all bared witness to his amazing feats.

Poems like ‘Lamia’ and ‘When I have fears’,
I have to say almost bought me to tears.

But don’t forget the odes each with their own tale,
Psyche, Indolence, Grecian Urn and Nightingale.

The epics and Letters to Fanny too,
Have charmed the likes of me and you.

So thumbs up to the main man Keats,
Who with his poetry has given us many treats.

It’s a shame he died so very young,
But you can be sure his poetry will always be on my tongue.
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