Looking for the author of a poem containing the following lines.
"If I were dead and buried
And I heard your voice,
Beneath the sod my heart of dust
Would still rejoice."
I belive it is either Keats of Shelley.
This is a quote from Roman Holiday the film. I have seen this request on several message boards over the past couple of years without answer. I have looked from time to time in my Keats and Shelley libraries but without success. I suspect that the lines were actually original to the film.