Endymion was actually begun in the spring of 1817, much about the same time when the volume Poems was published.
One of her pursuers (the Endymion) overtook her, when a sharp action began.
And the Endymion, continues the operator, has been in port for a week, and her crew and captain are detained pending an inquiry.
Yet for Endymion the things of earth no longer held any value.
In its main outlines, though not in details, I accept and have followed this ladys interpretation of Endymion.
The late Mr. Stibbs bought the 'remainder' of Keats's 'Endymion' at 4d.
SHE (dreamily): Endymion was but lowly shepherd, yet was he loved!
We cannot wonder that Endymion attracted Shakespeare, for it is the most "romantic" of all Lyly's plays.
"It is a long time since we met," said Colonel Albert, and he retained the hand of Endymion with affection.
The Endymion is come into the Downs, which pleases him likewise.
beautiful youth loved by Moon-goddess Selene, from Greek, perhaps literally "diver, plunger," from endyein "to enter into, sink into, plunge, dive," which was used in reference to the sun or stars setting into the sea. On this theory, he originally was a solar deity, a personification of the setting sun.