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Keats, was once sitting under a plum tree in the garden of his house, in Hampstead. He was inspired by Nightingale's song and composed Ode to a Nightingale within one day. The poet begins the poem in a melancholic mood and disparagingly expresses how his “heart aches” as if he is poisoned or is drugged. He feels a…

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