Discuss the importance of passion and love
...Agnes,” by Keats, he takes the opposite perspective on love. He describes a character who is propelled into a situation, specifically a house, which contains noted dangers, “Hyena foemen, and hot-blooded lords,” to rescue an old, frail woman, out of love, “Save one old... Poetry: The Importance of Passion and Love In poetry, passion and love are dominating themes expressed by poets in many of their works. Not only do poets often speak of having love and passion, but sometimes its unimportance or a lack of it in their lives.
For example, John Keats’ poem “When I Have Fears that I May Cease to Be,” serves as a perfect example of a poet expressing personal recognition of the unimportance of love. The poem c...