16 years ago

Is this poems as good as Keat's version?

A yahoo answers compares this poet to keats. What do you think This answer states commenting upon "la belle dames sans merci" To each his own! I think I'll stay with Keats. His "elfin grot" is the height of the depths. Dean, from his prose works, appears to be a master of meaninglessness. His "disco underground" may be the depths at its height. A story of OOOOOOOOO! see poem here http://gamahucherpress.yellowgum.com/books/poetry/BELLA2.pdf at site http://gamahucherpress.yellowgum.com/gamahucher_press_catalogue.htm
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16 years ago
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The poem you linked to is not as rewarding as Keats's, in my opinion.