Abou Ben Adhem Poem by James Henry Leigh Hunt - Poem Hunter

Abou Ben Adhem Poem by James Henry Leigh Hunt - Poem Hunter

James Henry Leigh Hunt (1784 - 1859). Best known as Leigh Hunt, was an English critic, essayist, poet and writer.  For more information about her and poems on Poemhunter:  http://www.poemhunter.com/james-henry-leigh-hunt/

James Henry Leigh Hunt (1784 - 1859). Best known as Leigh Hunt, was an English critic, essayist, poet and writer. For more information about her and poems on Poemhunter: http://www.poemhunter.com/james-henry-leigh-hunt/

SOLD- Vintage book A Shelf of Old Books by Mrs James T Fields, First Edition story of Leigh Hunt's literary relations w/ Shelley, Keats, etc by nootherbooklikethis on Etsy

SOLD- Vintage book A Shelf of Old Books by Mrs James T Fields, First Edition story of Leigh Hunt's literary relations w/ Shelley, Keats, etc

SOLD- Vintage book A Shelf of Old Books by Mrs James T Fields, First Edition story of Leigh Hunt's literary relations w/ Shelley, Keats, etc by nootherbooklikethis on Etsy

The Funeral #cremation of #Shelley by Louis Édouard #Fournier (1889); on the beach of #Viareggio shows #Trelawny, Leigh Hunt and #LordByron attending. Mary Shelley is kneeling on the left. But in fact Hunt was in his carriage, Byron had gone swimming because of the heat and Mary wasnt there at all.

The Funeral #cremation of #Shelley by Louis Édouard #Fournier (1889); on the beach of #Viareggio shows #Trelawny, Leigh Hunt and #LordByron attending. Mary Shelley is kneeling on the left. But in fact Hunt was in his carriage, Byron had gone swimming because of the heat and Mary wasnt there at all.

Image result for Leigh hunt traveling in the company of those we love is home in motion

Image result for Leigh hunt traveling in the company of those we love is home in motion

This is John Keats's signature, including his nickname 'Junkets', from a letter to Leigh Hunt, 10 May 1817.  It was Hunt who dubbed Keats 'Junkets' due to the poet's Cockney-esque pronunciation of his name.

This is John Keats's signature, including his nickname 'Junkets', from a letter to Leigh Hunt, 10 May 1817. It was Hunt who dubbed Keats 'Junkets' due to the poet's Cockney-esque pronunciation of his name.

Poesia - Sanderlei Silveira: Ariadne Waking - Leigh Hunt

Poesia - Sanderlei Silveira: Ariadne Waking - Leigh Hunt

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Leigh Hunt Minimalist Poster Quote

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