A sonnet by John Keats
To one who has been long        in city pent
 ’Tis very sweet to look into the f air   And open f ace of heaven, —to breathea prayerFull in the smile of the bluef irma...
Who is mor e happy, when, wit h hear t ’s cont ent ,    Fat igued he sinks int o some pleasant lair        Of wavy gr ass,...
Ret ur ning home                 at evening wit h                      an earCat ching t henot es ofPhilomel . . .
An eye, watching the sailing cloudlet’s bright career,
He mour nst hat dayso soonhas glidedby E’en like t he passage of an angel’s                   t ear    That f alls t hr ou...
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To one who has been long in city pent

  1. 1. A sonnet by John Keats
  2. 2. To one who has been long  in city pent
  3. 3.  ’Tis very sweet to look into the f air   And open f ace of heaven, —to breathea prayerFull in the smile of the bluef irmament.
  4. 4. Who is mor e happy, when, wit h hear t ’s cont ent ,   Fat igued he sinks int o some pleasant lair    Of wavy gr ass, and r eads a debonair And gent le t ale of love and languishment ?
  5. 5. Ret ur ning home at evening wit h an earCat ching t henot es ofPhilomel . . .
  6. 6. An eye, watching the sailing cloudlet’s bright career,
  7. 7. He mour nst hat dayso soonhas glidedby E’en like t he passage of an angel’s t ear    That f alls t hr ough t he clear et her silent ly.

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