In the next poems of Keats, Shelley and Hardy the tone of the poet forms a central and important part of the poem. The concentration of this article would be the following three poems: "Ode to a Nightingale", "Into a Skylark" and "The Darkling Thrush". A typical subject in all three poems is the wild birds. Every one of the birds are seen as god-like icons and tend to be than only a symbol of enjoyment. All three of the poems have a sense of yearning; they all want to be carried away by the..