Tag: To Benjamin Bailey

To Benjamin Bailey (Teignmouth, March 13th, 1818)

Teignmouth Friday My dear Bailey When a poor devil is drowning, it is said he comes thrice to the surface, ere he makes his final sink – if however, even at the third rise, he can manage to catch hold of a piece of week or rock, he stands a fair chance, as I hope …

Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: http://keats-poems.com/to-benjamin-bailey-teignmouth-march-13th-1818/

To Benjamin Bailey (January 23rd, 1818)

Friday Jan, 23rd My dear Bailey Twelve days have pass’d since your last reached me – what has gone through the myriads of humand Minds since the 12thwe talk of the immense number of Books, the Volumes ranged thousands by thousands – but perhaps more goes through the human intelligence in 12 days than ever was …

Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: http://keats-poems.com/to-benjamin-bailey-january-23rd-1818/

Load more