You cannot begin to imagine how freaky it feels to have these memories… so distinct… so real… so personal…

7 Responses to “A Tribute To Percy Bysshe Shelley”

  • Kynos1:

    @xARMINIUSx :Comparing the two is interesting. With regard to skill and genius, neither of them was wanting.

  • xARMINIUSx:

    im not talking about his writerskills Shelley was more deeply read then Byron. No as a person i mean, Byron was more masculine then Shelley , Shelley had a high shrieking voice, had a womanishlook, and was a pacifist, and so on. When Shelley write about Byron its full of resentiment, while to byron he is ful of praise. But nevertheless he is a good writer. The english Hölderlin i call him

  • brookbart:

    perhaps he wanted to be like byron and couldn’t — but he certainly wrote as well or better

  • acerocketman:

    Shelley deplored his reputation… but loved the poet. Shelley was his own man… like all great poets, they are drawn to others of like-mind. If there is a Poet Shelley wanted to be like in some way.. then it was certainly Keats not Byron.

  • xARMINIUSx:

    i think shelley wanted to be like byron, he couldnt. U can see it clearly in the byron biography’s. For example: Byron in italy. Shelley was to weak, to live up at him…..

  • AnaiBendai:

    Thanks… it’s an original piece that hit while reading some Shelleyan journals.

  • omegaxx19:

    Great music.

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