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Cat from Rome {Italy}

John Keats gravesite Protestant Cemetery Rome

This traveling cat loves its poetry, because we found it at the gravesite of the English Romantic poet John Keats at the Protestant Cemetery in Rome, Italy. During the last months of his life, Keats lived near the city's famous Spanish Steps. He died of tuberculosis at age twenty-five.

Cat picture submitted by: Wim Castermans

Pssst... Keats: Poetry Published In 1820 is currently free for Kindle. Find it here.

31 comments:

  1. Free poetry? Heck yeah! Thanks so much. (Now I've got an image in my head of a poised cat reciting poetry. Wouldn't that be a sight!)

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  2. Very cool, thanks for sharing! Happy WW!

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  3. Hmmm yes, a thing of beauty and a joy forever, that cat.

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  4. she looks a little like a guardian :o)

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  5. We had forgotten that Keats was buried there. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. This is cool! Thanks for sharing and happy WW!

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  7. A bit of inspiration...was much needed thanks!

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  8. What a beautiful calico. Bet she was a human in a past life. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  9. Beautiful kitty, visiting the gravesite. I wonder if he is thinking about the poet :-)

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  10. That is a very poetic sort of photo. It almost looks as if the cat is there mourning for someone. Great photo :)

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  11. ❀ ✿ ❁ Merci chère Vanessa pour cette très belle photo du chat ! MAGNIFIQUE !!!

    GROS BISOUS pour toi d'Asie
    Bonne journée ! :o)

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  12. Jouw serie Katten over de hele wereld vind ik zelf bijzonder mooi... bedankt Vanessa!

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  13. Lovely photo! Have a nice day Vanessa.

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  14. I had completely forgotten Keats was buried in Italy, thanks for the pic ;)

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  15. I agree, lovely photo
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  16. What a little cutie! Calico? I had no idea Keats died so young.

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  17. What a pretty cat. I have a calico, but she is a pastel calico. Grays and peach instead of orange and black.

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  18. Les chats sont des muses et des poètes ....

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  19. What a bootyful kitty.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  20. That kitty looks peaceful and contemplative

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  21. That kitty looks ver relaxed and tranquil. Must be meditating on the poetic words of Keats.

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  22. such a striking pic. i love the colors. cheers!!

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  23. Oui, il y a des chats à Rome, et il y aura toujours des chats !

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  24. 25 is so young!
    What a cute cat ;o)
    Big Hugs ;o)

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  25. So young to have left such a legacy

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  26. This one is really cool. And what a cutie as usual.

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  27. This is such a great shot. Grave sites really can be so majestic. Add a cat to the scene and it's even more so.

    Thanks for the heads up on the Kindle edition of Keats. I picked up a copy.

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  28. I have occasionally visited grave sites for their history. This sweet little one is an addition to the beauty of the grave yard. I had no idea Keats died so very very young.

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