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A Song About Myself

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There was a naughty boy,
A naughty boy was he,
He would not stop at home,
He could not quiet be-
He took
In his knapsack
A book
Full of vowels
And a shirt
With some towels,
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Jagdish Singh Ramana 31 December 2018
Wonderful he is! There the poet shows paradox that he was an escapist, as some of critics say.
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Unnikrishnan E S 23 December 2018
Wonderful little poem from the great poet. A poem that is enjoyed by children and grown ups alike... “What write There he found That the ground Was as hard, That a yard Was as long, That a song Was as merry, “ great write.... poetry...
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Prabir Gayen 21 December 2018
Extremely romantic poem with skill and rhythm... Beautifully executed..
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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 December 2018
A Song About Myself by John Keats.I have read this most beautiful poem time and again. His life so tragic. Truly. He died too young. He had not become 25 years old, I reckon and died because of tuberculose. Poor boy! Cute poem!
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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 December 2018
He rivetted close And followed his nose To the north, To the north, And follow'd his nose To the north.............................WOW! John KEATS my most favourite Poet and he died so young, too young to die. His life was so tragic and saddest since he had tbc from his parents-mother. His grandparents remained healthy. What a most tragic life, in his time there was no medicine for this disease, that´s the tragedy.
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Naila Rais 05 August 2018
Really loved it... Naila
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Mary Skarpathiotaki 09 July 2018
great10++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Gaurav Laloriya 12 May 2018
Nice poem
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Vanga 30 November 2017
So long
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Subhas Chandra Chakra 30 September 2017
A western version of the Eastern Indian Abolakara (by Manoj Das) . This poem gives the same thrilling as in those stories of childhood about a character Abolakara, the disobedient, who did everything at his will, with all heart. Thanks poet for reviving childhood.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 December 2018
But WHO was first with creating? John Keats or Manoj Das? Keats could impossibly copy Das. Am I right? Thank you for your attention.
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