John Keats

An Open Letter to Dispossessed Poets

Robert Peake | Posted 21.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Robert Peake

The truth is, the modern world we live in does not appreciate poetry. Not like it ought to, not like you and I do. We get it. We eagerly await that new journal or book of poems, smuggle it like contraband into our grey morning commute.

Hand-Written Keats Poem To Auction For £45,000

PA | Posted 10.03.2013 | Home

A fragment of the only hand-written poem by John Keats known to remain in private hands is going under the hammer. Inspired by a walk on London's H...

If Winning is All That Counts, Why do Football Pundits Bemoan Leaky Defences? We Need a Change of Ideals!

Mathew Strowbridge | Posted 31.12.2012 | UK Sport
Mathew Strowbridge

Footballers, step up for sloppy defending; for this is exactly what the paying public wants.

'The Heart Feels A Languid Grief' - How Centuries Of Poets Have Described Autumn

PA/Huffington Post | Posted 27.11.2012 | Home

The seasons have long been a source of inspiration for poets and writers and there are plenty of verses about what's currently going on outside your w...

Sam Parker

The Long Keats Goodnight: Twitter Gets Literary With #poetfilms Hash Tag

HuffingtonPost.com | Sam Parker | Posted 01.05.2012 | Home

Generally speaking, hash tags that trend on Twitter serve as chilling reminders that not everyone using the site are as caustic, witty or brilliant as...

An Ode To Absent Apples

Rachel Wilson-Couch | Posted 22.11.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Rachel Wilson-Couch

'The season of mist and mellow fruitfulness' may well be beckoning but the apples 'bending the moss'd cottage-trees' in Keats' celebration of autumn are sadly absent in many gardens and orchards across the UK.