M Grecian Urn
The renown poet John Keats
was so taken by the charm and mystery of a particular
Ode on a Grecian urn that his most famous poem
was a tribute to it. In the poem, "Ode on a Grecian
Urn," John Keats ponders the meaning of the relief
figures on the urn and the story that they tell.
The original Grecian tale depicted on the urn
may be long forgotten by the passing of time but
its beauty and intrigue endures forever and as
he so eloquently said, "Beauty is truth, truth
beauty, that is all ye know on earth, and all
ye need to know." This Grecian urn will make a
captivating addition to any room setting and can
be used as a container for flowers or for can
be displayed alone for the sake of design simplicity.