The poem seems to indicate that Urania, slumbering, is not yet aware of the death of adonais.
Two quotations from adonais will suffice to show the power and sweetness of its verse.
The ruined paradise is the mind, now torpid in death, of adonais.
adonais lies dead; and those who mourn him, must seek his grave.
At present I mean simply to deal with the Argument of adonais.
The last lines of adonais might be read as a prophecy of his own death by drowning.
Echo will not now repeat the songs of the woodmen; she merely murmurs some snatches of the 'remembered lay' of adonais.
I was also more than commonly interested in the success of adonais.
We had not hitherto heard of 'Dreams' in connexion with Urania, but only in connexion with adonais himself.
The poem of adonais can of course be contemplated from different points of view.