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Romanticism in Keats' Poetry Keats utilizes various poetic techniques and topics to emphasise those thoughts of romanticism that the "the odd, the sensuous and the dream". These motifs and techniques are the back bone of this Ode's which permit the reader to sense and use their own creativity that was the primary reason Keats wrote his writings. Keats uses exceptionally sensual language to illustrate how he's feeling and what he is imagining which gives the ode's a sensual feeling of being alive. In Keats' "Ode to Fall" he is having a lot of sensual speech to attempt to take us into the location in his mind, his choice of words are hugely important for making Autumn a sensuous Ode. In the first stanza he's focusing very much on the sense of taste and sight to paint the picture of summer ready to burst into autumn with phrases like "load", "fill", "ripeness", "swell" and "plump" these words are all very sense orientated with the urge to demonstrate the peak point before it all rots and turns to autumn. He utilizes the sensory vocabulary to create a feeling he needs the reader to feel what he is feeling. The subject of sensual language proceeds into stanza twice as the poem developes and as the season Fall goes in to this state of pure bliss. He utilizes exceptionally sensual language such as "oozing hours by hours" that is almost onomatopaeic because he is dragging us to the sense of stillness, this spot he's describing is very relaxed a beautiful place to be in, he uses several vowels to get us to a drugged state of mind liek the year "fume of poppies" the speech and the period is intoxicating a place of no worries. This stanza is very sensual it is slow moving and idle "thee" that is where Keats would like to become, this sensual speech...