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A Man Young And Old: VII. The Friends Of His Youth Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Butler Yeats Type: Poetry Views: 140

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The Tower1928Laughter not time destroyed my voice

And put that crack in it,

And when the moon's pot-bellied

I get a laughing fit,

For that old Madge comes down the lane,

A stone upon her breast,

And a cloak wrapped about the stone,

And she can get no rest

With singing hush and hush-a-bye;

She that has been wild

And barren as a breaking wave

Thinks that the stone's a child.And Peter that had great affairs

And was a pushing man

Shrieks, 'I am King of the Peacocks,'

And perches on a stone;

And then I laugh till tears run down

And the heart thumps at my side,

Remembering that her shriek was love

And that he shrieks from pride.






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