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The Celtic Twilight - Dreams That Have No Moral - William Butler Yeats

... to Jack, 'Why is it the cows are giving so much milk these days? Are you bringing them to any other grass?' 'I am not,' said Jack, 'but I have a good stick, and whenever they would stop still or lie down, I give ...

A Man Young and Old - William Butler Yeats

... Madge's way, We three make up a solitude; For none alive to-day Can know the stories that we know Or say the things we say: How such a man pleased women most Of all that are gone, How such a pair loved ...

Nobel Lecture in Literature (1923): The Irish Dramatic Movement (Yeats) - William Butler Yeats

... were men that told of the crowds that gathered to look at her upon a fair day, and of a man «who got his death swimming a river», that he might look at her. It was a song ...

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Rosa Alchemica - William Butler Yeats

... moments I could hear him half screaming and half muttering behind us. ?Are you not afraid,? I said, ?that these wild fishing people may do some desperate thing against you?? ?I and mine,? he answered, ?are ...

The Celtic Twilight - The Friends Of The People Of Faery - William Butler Yeats

... these things. His neighbours were not certain that he really saw anything in his old age, but they were all certain that he saw things when he was a young man. His brother said, 'Old he is, and it's all in ...

The Hour-glass - William Butler Yeats

... them drinking wine and obeying their wives. And when I asked what misfortune had brought all these changes, they said it was no misfortune, but that it was the wisdom they had learned from your ...

The Heart Of The Spring - William Butler Yeats

... a separate wisdom for everything which lives, and to do these things is my wisdom.' 'You are afraid,' said the old man, and his eyes shone with a momentary anger. 'Sometimes at night,' said the boy, 'when you are reading, with the ...

Of Costello The Proud, Of Oona The Daughter Of Dermott, And Of The Bitter Tongue - William Butler Yeats

... Lake pouring Poteen out of a porcelain jug into horn noggins with silver rims. 'Tumaus Costello,' said the old man, 'you have done a good deed to forget what has been, and to fling away enmity ...

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The Celtic Twilight - Drumcliff And Rosses - William Butler Yeats

... containing three hundred pounds in notes. It was dropped by a foreign sea captain. This my man knew, but said nothing. It was money for freight, and the sea captain, not daring to face his ...

The Celtic Twilight - ‘Dust Hath Closed Helen's Eye' - William Butler Yeats

... kind, and her blind people must never look on the world and the sun. I asked a man I met one day, when I was looking for a pool na mna Sidhe where women of faery have been seen, ...

The Celtic Twilight - Village Ghosts - William Butler Yeats

... woke her husband and told him. 'One of the good people has been with us,' said he. Probably the man braved Mrs. Stewart at Hillside Gate. When she lived she was the wife of the ...

The Tables of the Law - William Butler Yeats

... no great sum, considering its great preciousness.? ?What is the doctrine?? I said. ?Some mediaeval straw-splitting about the nature of the Trinity, which is only useful to-day to show how many things are unimportant to us, which once shook ...

Where There Is Nothing, There Is God - William Butler Yeats

... pale, turned towards the slowly-opening door. 'He has beads and a cross, he cannot be a man-wolf,' said the child, as a man with the snow heavy on his long, ragged beard, and on the matted hair, that ...

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Scene 1 - William Butler Yeats

... she promised? With bread and flesh and every sort of food Up to a price no man has heard the like of And rising every day. MARY. We have all she had; She emptied out the purse before our eyes. SHEMUS ...

The Celtic Twilight - A Visionary - William Butler Yeats

... , for he wished to be always 'unknown, obscure, impersonal.' Next day a bundle of his poems arrived, and with them a note in these words: 'Here are copies of verses you said you liked. I do not think I could ever write or paint ...

The Celtic Twilight - Enchanted Woods - William Butler Yeats

... , or come to that whereof all romance is but 'Foreshadowings mingled with the images Of man's misdeeds in greater days than these,' as the old men thought in The Earthly Paradise when they were in good spirits.

The Celtic Twilight - Kidnappers - William Butler Yeats

... cow fell into the river, and was washed away. There was a man thereabouts who went to a red-haired woman--for such are supposed to be wise in these things--and she told him to take the calf down to the ...

The Crucifixion Of The Outcast - William Butler Yeats

... , but I do not taste of it unless I am well-nigh starved. I have not eaten now these two days.' 'You may eat, then,' says the abbot, and he turned to help the friars dig ...

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The Green Helmet (Full Text) - William Butler Yeats

... betrayed by all; The hand that loves to scatter; the life like a gambler?s throw; And these things I make prosper, till a day come that I know, When heart and mind shall darken that the weak may end the ...

The Celtic Twilight - A Remonstrance with Scotsmen for Having Soured the Disposition of Their Ghosts and Faeries - William Butler Yeats

... like so much bright vapour at the last day; but more in sadness than in anger they have said it. The Catholic religion likes to keep on good terms with its neighbours. These two different ways of looking at things ...

The Celtic Twilight - The Queen And The Fool - William Butler Yeats

... old woman in a Galway workhouse, who had some little knowledge of Queen Maive, said the other day, 'The Amadán-na-Breena changes his shape every two days. Sometimes he comes like a youngster, and then he'll come like the worst ...

The Celtic Twilight - The Sorcerers - William Butler Yeats

... earth, moving slowly and with a subtler malice. The dark powers cling about us, it is said, day and night, like bats upon an old tree; and that we do not hear more ...

The Grey Rock - William Butler Yeats

... King's son were dead. I'd promised him two hundred years, And when for all I'd done or said? And these immortal eyes shed tears? He claimed his country's need was most, I'd save his life, yet ...

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The Two Kings - William Butler Yeats

... 's face Till judgment has been given, and if guilty, Will never look again on known man's face.' And at these words he paled, as she had paled, Knowing that he should find upon her lips ...

The Wisdom Of The King - William Butler Yeats

... voice among the salley bushes which hid the waters of the foss. 'My blossom,' it said, 'I hate them for making you weave these dingy feathers into your beautiful hair, and all that the bird of prey upon the ...

Under Ben Bulben - William Butler Yeats

... ?s prayer have heard, ?Send war in our time, O Lord!? Know that when all words are said And a man is fighting mad, Something drops from eyes long blind, He completes his partial mind, For ...

Scene 3 - William Butler Yeats

... they would but turn and mock, But you they dare not disobey. FIRST MERCHANT (rising) These dancers Are always the most troublesome of spirits. (He comes down the stage and stands ...

The Celtic Twilight - The Last Gleeman - William Butler Yeats

... on and on until he interrupted with, 'That'll do--I have me meditations'; and from these meditations would come the day's store of jest and rhyme. He had the whole Middle Ages under his frieze coat. ...

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Vacillation - William Butler Yeats

... can, Satisfy ambition, animate The trivial days and ram them with the sun, And yet upon these maxims meditate: All women dote upon an idle man Although their children need a rich estate; No man has ever lived that had enough ...

Scene 2 - William Butler Yeats

... OONA return) CATHLEEN. They have not come; speak quickly. ALEEL. One drew his knife and said that he would kill the man or woman that stopped his way; and when I would have stopped him he made this ...

The Curse Of The Fires And Of The Shadows - William Butler Yeats

... to him the five troopers who had first fired upon the monks and said, 'Mount quickly, and ride through the woods towards the mountain, and get before these men, and kill them.' In a moment the troopers were gone, and before ...

The Death of Cuchulain - William Butler Yeats

A man came slowly from the setting sun, To Forgail's daughter? Emer? in her dun? And found her dyeing cloth with subtle care, And said, casting aside his draggled hair: " I am Aleel? the swineherd, whom you bid Go dwell upon ...

The Old Men Of The Twilight - William Butler Yeats

... -pools were still enduring eternity in patience, although it was hard." And as he named these things, it was like a king numbering his people. "But your slender knives went click, click! ...

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The Celtic Twilight - Mortal Help - William Butler Yeats

... small. He saw them for about half-an-hour, and then the old man he and those about him were working for took up a whip and said, 'Get on, get on, or we will have no work done!' I asked if ...

The Phases Of The Moon - William Butler Yeats

... wisdom That he will never find; I'd play a part; He would never know me after all these years But take me for some drunken country man; I'd stand and mutter there until he caught 'Hunchback and saint and fool,' and that they ...

Epilogue - William Butler Yeats

... de Jeanne d?Arc. Nothing remained the same but the preoccupation with religion, for these poets submitted everything to the Pope, and all, even Claudel, a proud oratorical man, affirmed that they saw the world with the eyes of vine-dressers and ...

The Madness of King Goll - William Butler Yeats

... tumult and war away From girl and boy and man and beast; The fields grew fatter day by day, The wild fowl of the air increased; And every ancient Ollave said, While he bent down his fading head. 'He drives ...

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