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The Stolen Child (1886)

'Reddest Stolen Cherries'




'Un-quiet Dreams'




For the worlds more full of weeping that you/he can understand'




'Slumbering' 'Softy' 'Star'




'Frothy bubbles/ while the world is full of troubles'

September 1913 (1913)

'Fumble in a greasy till'




'halfpence to a pence'




'Gone about the world like wind'




'Wild geese'




'But let them be, they're dead and gone/They're with O'leary in the grave'




'Gray'

The Cold Heaven

'Ah!'




'Trembled and rocked to and fro'




'hot blood of youth, of love crossed long ago'




'ice burned'




'And I took all the blame out of all sense and reason'

The Wild Swans at Coole

'brilliant creatures'




'passion or conquest wonder where they will'




'Their hearts have no grown old'

An Irish Airman Forsees his Death

'Balance with this life, this death'




'I balanced all'




'The years to come seemed waste of breath, waste of breath the years behind'

The Cat and The Moon

'From round to crescent , from present to round'




'His changing eyes'




'Maybe the moon way learn'




'Courtly fashion/A new dance to learn'





The Fisherman

'Wise and simple man'




'Great art beaten down'




'A man who does not exist; a man who is but a dream'




'Grey'




'The living men that I hate/ The dead man that I loved'




'Drunken cheer'

Broken Dreams

'grey in your hair'




'burdensome beauty'




'But in the grave all, all, shall be renewed'




'You are the most beautiful then any one/And yet your body has flaws'




'Vague memories'




'My youthful eyes'