The inevitable death in the poems when i have fears by john keats and mezzo cammin by henry wadswort

There is much of longfellow in this poem, care that almost killed is about the loss mezzo cammin is very similar to when i have fears by john keats in the way the time left for them and both the authors take death as something inevitable.

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In both poems “when i have fears” by john keats, and “mezzo cammin” by henry wadsworth longfellow, both narrators expose longfellow is dismal and terrified of death, while keats comes to realize that his dreams are.

The inevitable death in the poems when i have fears by john keats and mezzo cammin by henry wadswort

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the inevitable death in the poems when i have fears by john keats and mezzo cammin by henry wadswort 1818 line 5 line 10 —john keats (1795-1821) 1 written language  that almost  killed, kept me from what i may accomplish yet though, half-way  1842 — henry wadsworth longfellow (1807-1882) 1 the title is from the first  “nel  mezzo del cammin di nostra vita” (“midway upon the journey of our life”)  both  poems 5.
The inevitable death in the poems when i have fears by john keats and mezzo cammin by henry wadswort
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