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Finally, in John Keats’ work Ode to Autumn, the idea of love and the ever-present cycle of life can be seen in the beautiful expression of the seasons. Throughout the poetic work, Keats’ pays homage to the beauty of the seasons and the transformation from one season to the next. It is only through the deeper examination beyond the surface level that one can find what Keats is attempting to bring to the attention of the reader – being the permeance of the cycle of life. Keats glorifies the seasons of Autumn (being birth) and the beauty behind the seemingly simple season. It is through the changeover of seasons leading to winter that one can recognize the metaphor lying beneath his work. Keats stresses that although autumn will be followed by the cold of winter, winter will, in turn, give its way to the freshness of spring – providing us with an analogy/metaphor of life. Life must go on, but it cannot continue without death that completes one individual life and begins another – similar to the changes between the seasons – the seasons of life are developed. Through a further examination of Keats as an author, one can recognize his deep appreciation of the power and beauty of nature, thus, providing the reader with a better understanding of his use of the seasons to portray the underlying darkness of death. Therefore to conclude, by examining poetry beyond the surface level, one can recognize the use of the ‘pretty things’; such as nature and seasons in Keats’ work; the common misunderstanding lurking behind the emotion of love in Shakespeare; and the hardships behind accepting love and loss in Jonson’s work to exemplify that poetry goes behind human imagination. Poetry is not just about the ‘pretty things’, rather the depth behind the ‘pretty things’ used only to see who is able and willing to accept the innerworkings and ugly truths of human psychology. Furthermore, highlighting the importance behind poetry and its creation, under the guise of beautiful language, to guide the human brain to understand things and emotions in which one would normally ignore or cast aside.>GET ANSWER