Percy Bysshe and Narcissuses

Spring at the Protestant Cemetery of Rome makes even gray days seem brighter and the location more inspiring. Keats' tomb is covered with violets and lovely, yellow narcissuses adorn Percy Bysshe's tomb, making the place even more dear to me. If possible!


  1. Truly so. And, you know well the reason why this place is even more dear to me now. We shall not blame the narcissuses only, I believe!

  2. Of course I know; as you know why it is a wonder to me as well.


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