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To Autumn

To Autumn

  

by John Keats

Analysis: Sex Rating

Exactly how steamy is this poem?

PG

We'd excuse you for finding this poem a little steamy, what with its tumescent gourds, oozing cider, and the bee pollinating a flower. Still, we'll chalk it up to your vivid imagination rather than to anything particularly erotic in the poem itself.

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