A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever by John Keats.
It is from his epic poem, Endymion, published in 1818.
John Keats who wrote this very line has in his poem Ode On A Grecian Urn perfectly answered the question of how a thing of beauty forever can be admired, or how a thing of beauty can be admired forever. Whatever rural beauties and majesties which appealed to him, he praises and immortalizes in this poem, which itself stands as a monument for his admiration. But the more important aspect of the poem which opens up eternity for his admiration is the method of presenting those rural beauties before the reader. Those scenes are presented as carved and over- polished in a centuries-old Grecian urn. That is his answer to this specific question. One can carve and chisel his admiration (of a thing of beauty) in another thing of beauty like a clay pot or urn, which will carry the admiration through ages. So the social message of the poem is, a thing of beauty is a joy for ever, which means artful creations are to be enjoyed through centuries and generations as a common property of mankind.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever.Prov. Beautiful things give pleasure that lasts even longer than the beautiful things themselves. (This is a line from John Keats's poem "Endymion." Also a thing of beauty and a joy forever, used to describe something beautiful in lofty terms, often ironically.) Jill: I don't understand why someone would pay millions of dollars to have some old painting. Jane: Because a thing of beauty is a joy forever.
The Line of Beauty was created in 2004.
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