The poem A Thing of Beauty by John Keats conveys the message that Beauty is everywhere, and upon examination may be found. The theme of this work is largely centered on nature, as were many of Keats’ works. In this particular poem Keats describes the affects that beauty can have on a person. According to Keats this beauty never diminishes and its affect is felt long after it is gone. Keats emphasizes that beauty is, “Made for our searching,” meaning that some people may find beauty in places that others may not. The theme of this poem is that beauty can be found anywhere, and when appreciated can be used to raise your spirits in times of gloom.
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