The Art of Carpe Diem
To seize the day.
It was such a simple philosophy to repeat in one's mind, but to follow the lifestyle was not such a simple task. Not when the ideology of becoming men, who were filled with knowledge more than passion held more importance than exploring the art of love, literature, and life itself.
Mr. Keating, a wise teacher who uses poetry to light the path of free-thinking, enters Welton with the ambition to inspire it's students. After many arguments with the principle, Mr. Nolan, he manages to "homeschool" his daughter, Eden Keating, privately at the all-boys establishment, under the agreement there would be no knowledge of her presence.
But nor daughter or father are ones to follow rules.
i guess this is quite cliche and fluffy, in a "poetical love" sense