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Written in star-light on the dark above :
The youth at once arose: a placid lake
(1022) The draft reads my own entire love! (1026) The draft reads madly for kissing.
(1032) At the end of this Book Keats wrote in the draft, “Oxf: Sept. 26".
MUSE of my native land! loftiest Muse!
(2) This line originally began with O Mountain-born in the draft, where also while stands cancelled in favour of by.
(6) The draft reads voice for talk, and in line 7 babe for child. (10) Cancelled reading of the manuscript, an hebrew voice.
(11) The draft reads those nine. The references to the Hebrew, Greek, Roman, and Italian literatures are scarcely as clear and pointed as might have been expected from Keats.