Truth is discovered by the imagination which makes man aware of the nature of things. Beauty can't be found in our world because it only exists in the world of truth. Imagination takes man to the world of truth which is the world of beauty. A worship of beauty was both the motivation and the message of Keats' poetry. His first ambitious work.
Ode on a Grecian Urn is one of the most memorable and important poems in the romantic period of John Keats. The poem is notable which is important for its persuasive conclusion as well as profound meditation process about the general natural beauty. It is the speechlessness of the nature of beauty. The poet says, “Beauty is truth, truth.