John Keats' handwritten poem “To Fanny”. The page... - stuff your eyes with wonder

John Keats' handwritten poem “To Fanny”. The page reads:

Ah dearest love! sweet home of all my fears,
And hopes, and joys, and panting miseries
To night, if I may guess, thy beauty wears
A smiling of such delight,
As brilliant and as bright,
As when with ravished, aching, vassal eyes,
Lost in soft amaze,
I gaze, I gaze!

(Read the full poem here)

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tagged as: john keats. fanny brawne. manuscript. poetry. lit. handwriting.

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