Ed Westwick In GQ: Poetry In Motion Emotions

Is it just me, or is Ed Westwick, aka Gossip Girl's Chuck Bass, reminiscent of a modern day Lord Byron in this GQ photo shoot? Just me? Well: I added poetry by George Gordon Byron to images of Westwick. Enjoy.

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From "And Wilt Thou Weep When I Am Low?" (1808)

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From "On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year." (1824)

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From "When We Two Parted" (1817)

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From "The First Kiss of Love" (1806)

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From "So, We'll Go No More A-Roving" (1817)

Earlier poetry: Teen Prom: Grotesque Gowns & Girl-On-Girl Action
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DISCUSSION

ZemarSea-Urchin
ZemarSea-Urchin

Mmmm...so pretty. Side note: I totally cannot read poetry. In my head its the rhythm of a limmerick or some crap shakespear thing. Gah! I get sooo wrapped up in the flow I have no idea what I actually read. It's particularly disturbing in this instance because he could be wooing me and I have nooo idea! Thats right ladies he is wooing me. Not you. Me. :)