"I conjure you to think, at present, of nothing but pleasure."
Ben Whishaw John Keats
"I feel that it would be no bad thing to be the favorite of some Fairy"
"I made up my mind to step indoors, and catch a sight flying between the showers"
"The thrushes and blackbirds have been singing me into an idea that it was spring, and almost that leaves were on the trees."
"Our gloom-pleas’d eyes, embower’d from the light,Enshaded in forgetfulness divine”
"Surely the mind of man is closely boundIn some black spell”
"Soft voices had they, that with tender pleaWhispered of peace, and truth, and friendliness unquelled.”
"And he’s awake who thinks himself asleep."
"Is this to be borne? Hark ye!"
"In summer luxury,—he has never doneWith his delights”