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To homer

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Monnette Sewell

on 28 November 2011

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Transcript of To homer

TO HOMER by John Keats standing aloof in giant ignorance of thee i hear and of the cyclades as on who sits ashore and longs perchance to visit dolphing-coral in deep seas. so thou wast blind;---but then the veil was rent For Jove uncurtained heaven to let thy live and neptune made for the a spumy tent and pan made sing for thee his forest hive aye on the shores of darkness there is light

and the precipes show untrodden green

there is a budding borrow in midnight

there is triple sight in Blindness keen;

such seeing hadst thou, as it once befel

to Dian queen of earth ,and heaven and hell He is saying how he is sitting
down in total ignorance
waiting for someone
to give him the chance
to learand help him
become a better writer although you were blind you were given the chance by Jove , neptune and pan to become the best he is trying to explain that there is always light
and the end of the tunnel and there is always
hope. This also might be explaining Homer's disability
wich is being blind and how although he was blind he was able to compose. maybe how you were given the chance to live to the max by dian the queen of earth , heaven and hell i will be given one too. Homer gives him hope ! Jove: God of the heavens and of the weather. Gave Homer life neptune:ancient roman god of the sea gave Homer shelter and protection.. I also believed he was the one that made his works travel. greek God of the woods . Gave Homor the Gift to compose his poems.
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