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Nostalgia/Regret
And now my heart is sore - The Wild Swans at Coole
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Nostalgia/Regret
A man who is but a dream - The Fisherman
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Nostalgia/Regret
He might have won fame in the end - Easter 1916
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Nostalgia/Regret
Many a time I think to seek/ One or the other out - In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz
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Magic/ Myth/ Supernatural
The brute blood of the air - Leda and the Swan
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Magic/ Myth/ Supernatural
The sacred moon overhead - The Cat and The Moon
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Magic/ Myth/ Supernatural
O sages standing in God's holy fire - Sailing to Byzantium
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Magic/ Myth/ Supernatural
wave of moonlight glosses - The Stolen Child
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Love (Unrequited)
The poet stubborn with his passion - Broken Dreams
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Love (Unrequited)
love crossed long ago - The Cold Heaven
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Love (Unrequited)
nine-and-fifty swans - The Wild Swans at Coole
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Love (Unrequited)
my heart is driven wild - Among Schoolchildren
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New World Order/ Change
All's changed - The Wild Swans at Coole
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New World Order/ Change
Romantic Ireland's dead and gone - September 1913
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New World Order/ Change
All changed, changed utterly - Easter 1916
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New World Order/ Change
Surely the Second Coming is at hand - The Second Coming
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Cycles of History/ Violence
anarchy is loosed upon the world - The Second Coming
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Cycles of History/ Violence
A sudden blow - Leda and the Swan
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Cycles of History/ Violence
Whatever is begotten, born, and dies. - Sailing to Byzantium
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Cycles of History/ Violence
A terrible beauty is born - Easter 1916
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Political
All the folly of a fight - In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz
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Political
Those that I fight I do not hate - An Irish Airman Foresees his Death
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Political
they dreamed and are dead - Easter 1916
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Political
delirium of the brave - September 1913
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Old age and Loss
Old clothes upon old sticks - Among Schoolchildren
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Old age and Loss
An aged man is but a paltry thing - Sailing to Byzantium
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Old age and Loss
sinks at last into the night - The Man and the Echo
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Old age and Loss
the beautiful/ Have no enemy but time - In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz
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Afterlife and Eternity
Vague memories, nothing but memories -
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Afterlife and Eternity
Their hearts have not grown old - The Wild Swans at Coole
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Afterlife and Eternity
gather me/ Into the artifice of eternity - Sailing to Byzantium
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Afterlife and Eternity
the cold and rook-delighting heaven - The Cold Heaven
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A man who is but a dream - The Fisherman

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Nostalgia/Regret

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He might have won fame in the end - Easter 1916

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Many a time I think to seek/ One or the other out - In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz

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The brute blood of the air - Leda and the Swan

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