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The stolen child
Come away o human child to the waters and the Wild with a fairy hand in hand for the worlds more full of weeping than you can understand
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The stolen child
To and fro we leap and chase the frothy bubbles for the world of full of troubles
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The stolen child
Mmingiling hands and Mmingiling glances
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September 1913
They have series the marrow from the bone
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September 1913
Add the half pence from the pence
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September 1913
For men were made to pray and save
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The cold heaven
Ice burned
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The cold heaven
I took all blame out of sense and reason
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The cold heaven
The hot blood of youth
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The Wild swans at Coole
Nine and fifty swans
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The wild swans at coole
Bell beat
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The Wild swans at Coole
Their hearts have not grown old
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The wild swans at coole
When I awake some day to find they have flown away
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An Irish airman foresees his death
Those i fight I do not hate
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An Irish airman foresees his death
In balance with this life, this death
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An Irish airman foresees his death
The years to come seemed waste of breath, a waste of breath the years behind
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The fisherman
A man who does not exist, a man who is but a dream
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The fisher Man
In grey Connemara clothes
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The fisherman
The living men that I hate the dead man that I loved
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Broken dreams
Your small hands were not beautiful
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Broken dreams
Your beauty can but leave among us vague memories, nothing but memories
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Broken dreams
Burdensome beauty
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The cat and the moon
Minaloushe creeps through the grass From moonlit place to place the sacred moon overhead
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The cat and the moon
Does minaloushe know that his pupils Will pass from change to change, and that from round to creasent from creasent to round they range
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Easter 1916
Wherever green is worn is changed changed utterly
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Easter 1916
A terrible beauty is born
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Easter 1916
The horse that comes from the road, The rider the birds that range
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The second coming
Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer
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The second coming
The blood dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowed
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The second coming
Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it Reel shadows of indignant desert birds
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Sailing to Byzantium
Consume my heart away; sick with desire
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Sailing to Byzantium
But such a form as Greasian goldsmiths make Of hammered gold and gold enamelling To keep a drowsy emperor awake
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Sailing to Byzantium
Fish, flesh, or fowl, commended all summer long
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Leads and the swan
A sudden blow:
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Leada and the swan
Brute blood
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Leada and the swan
Her thighs caressed by the dark webs, ... Loosening thighs
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Among school children
Honey of generation had betrayed
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Among school children
I chestnut tree, great rooted blossomer
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Among school children
And thereupon my heart is driven wild: She stands before me as a living child
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In memory
The innocent and the beautiful have no enemy but time
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In memory
They convicted us of guilt; Bid me a strike a match and blow
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In memory
Two girls in silk kimonos, both beautiful, one a gazelle
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September 1913

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