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"UeensYeats On Women A PRAYER "On Women A PRAYER GOING INTO MY HOUSE GOD grant a blessing on this tower and cottage And on my heirs if all emain unspoiled No table or chair or stool not simple enough For shepherd lads in Galilee and grant That I myself for portions of the year May handle nothing and set eyes on nothing But what the great and passionate have used Throughout so many varying centuries We take it for
THE NORM YET SHOULD I DREAMnorm yet should I dream the sailor s brought a painted chest Or image from beyond the Loadstone Mountain That dream is a norm and should some limb of the devil Destroy the view by cutting down an ash That shades the L. Munatius Plancus road or setting up a cottage Planned in a government office shorten his life Manacle his soul upon the Red Sea bottom Thanks to my daughter I was fortunate to encounter the poems of WB Yeats upon myecent visit to Dublin Having visited the Yeats exhibition at the National Library of Ireland I was intrigued
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W.B. Yeats æ 0 CHARACTERSOn as a haiku which succinctly speaks profoundly with minimal words YeatesMy favourite poet Yeates is a great man and a genius wordsmith Can easily be ead and eread always finding something new The last two lines of The Song For who could have foretoldThat the heart grows old Yeats truths can sometimes hurt in his most heartfelt work someof which is epresented in this volume Not every is a classic but some are and Yeats s and imagery put almost all living poets in the shade Eh I find that both this audiobook the poems therein leave me lukewarm I may try other Yeats poems but not in audio form I know that I shall meet my fateSomewhere among the clouds above Those that I fight I do not hateThose that I guard I
Do Not Love A Collection Of 40 Poems From 1919not love A collection of 40 poems from 1919 the wild swans at coole the fisherman an Irish airman foresees his death the cat and the moon Fabulous As one would expect of Yeats It eally produces that Stillness feeling you d get from looking at the Lake at Coole Park It s believed this Poem was
#Written When Yeats Was Staying #when Yeats was staying a friend Lady Gregory at Coole Park in Ireland This is fabulous poetry 5 stars i want to ead this on. R protecting preserving and promoting the world's literature in affordable high uality modern editions that are true to the original wo. S well as love and the beauty of nature I especially loved the poem to which this collection was named The Wild Swans of Coole a place of extraordinary beauty in which Yeats contemplates how the lovely swans unlike himself who is weary still experience life passionately and freely In witnessing the swans paddling in the cold or the lovely moment of the bell beat of their wings above his head Yeats also Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe realizes how fleeting this moment of beauty can be as he considers how when he awakens some day the swans may have flown away It seems to me that Yeats often wrote about hiselationships with
Women And Since He Was Promiscuous Throughout His Life Heand since he was promiscuous throughout his life he awarded with ample writing esources Throughout his life Yeats possessed an unreuited love for a well spirited woman named Maude Gonne with whom he maintained a close friendship throughout his life In this anthology Yeats writes a very short poem entitled Memory in which he compares the love of his life to a mountain hare for where the hare lies its form cannot be held in the mountain grass To me Yeats speaks of the elusiveness Of This Idyllic Relationship Written this idyllic elationship Written only a few lines this poem to me is almost perfecti. Marginalia
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