William Butler Yeats

Seven Poems and a Fragment

Some of W.B. Yeat's finest poems. Includes poems like “All Souls' Night”, “Cuchulain the Girl and the Fool”, and “The New Faces”.
25 printed pages
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  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 years ago

    (motioning the musicians to lower their trumpets)

    Not what it leaves behind it in the light

    But what it carries with it to the dark

    Exalts the soul; nor song nor trumpet-blast

    Can call up races from the worsening world

    To mend the wrong and mar the solitude

    Of the great shade we follow to the tomb.

    (Fedelm and the pupils go out carrying the litter. Some play

    a mournful music.)
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 years ago
    Amid the changeless clamour of the curlew.
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 years ago
    And there he can sleep on, not noticing

    Although the world be changed from worse to worse,

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