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Which Romantic Poet Are You Really?

Cause you definitely have a Byron in your life, and you totally need a Coleridge.

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Which Romantic Poet Are You Really?

You got: Lord Byron

You got freaking Lord Byron. You would be a Lord Byron. Because you're so damn charming and mysterious. And your personality is infectious. And you're friendly and popular and attractive. Everyone wants to be you, even your haters (because there's no way someone as cool as you doesn't have haters). And you don't even mind the haters; it's just something else to brood about, which makes you even cooler as result.

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You got: William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth, the eternal leader. Everyone in your social group looks up to you; you're the face of every good time and every happy memory. You're wise and solemn beyond belief, and everyone wants to be around you in hopes of your presence bettering themselves. Without you, a lot of people in your life would be lost; cherish that.

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You got: John Keats

Hey Keats, we notice you. We notice that you're shy. We notice that you like to keep to yourself. And we notice that you're an amazing person, despite your equally respectful and inspiring humility. We notice you, and we want to know more of you. We won't push or force you, but trust us when we say we would truly appreciate it if you opened up and shared your brilliance.

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You got: Percy Shelley

You are Percy Shelley, the idealist of the bunch. You are a true intellect and a true thinker. You're also extremely considerate and compassionate, which makes you confident in your beliefs. You're constantly thinking about how the world could be better, and how you (and I, and we) could change it. You truly are an advocate anyone or anything would want on their side.

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You got: William Blake

You are William Blake, eternally devoted to those things and people you care about. You feel things deeply and you're guided by your intuition (so much so that sometimes you claim to see visions) which makes you a pretty good protector and caregiver. And people know this about you, which is why they feel so comfortable in sharing their lives and secrets with you — because there's no better person to trust than you.

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You got: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Maybe people don't notice the Samuel Taylor Coleridges as much, but they totally should because you are the glue that holds people together. You're hugely influential to everyone you meet, and everything you do is garnered with respect because you put so much time into the things you're passionate about. People just simply don't notice you when we all really should. But you're okay with that because you're more comforted by the fact you're needed than being known.

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