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This is a frustration of the visual object; it has no language other than image, and thus words are at odds in trying to depict them. For Keats and Shelley, these works of art are indeed beautiful in form, but their poems suggest that their motionlessness is somehow hindering of this beauty. What men or gods are there? What struggle to escape? What wild ecstasy? He feels mournful in the face of the painting, as he cannot connect his own mental image of the place with it:.