26- This was so much fun!

I followed today’s prompt (its called an erasure) and used Keat’s Ode on a Grecian Vase. I feel abit guilty about destroying it, but I love the concept.

Thou still unravish’d                 quietness,

of silence and slow,


more sweetly than our rhyme:

                                                                                                                thy shape

Of deities or mortals, or of both,


What mad pursuit? What struggle to escape?

What wild ecstasy?

those unheard

Are sweeter; therefore,                      play on;

Pipe to                no tone:

thou canst not leave

Thy song               , never

                                                                                                       do not grieve; be fair!

nor ever bid adieu;

for ever new;

For ever warm

For ever panting,

and for ever young;




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