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A Last Confession Analysis

Author: poem of William Butler Yeats Type: poem Views: 21

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What lively lad most pleasured me

Of all that with me lay?

I answer that I gave my soul

And loved in misery,

But had great pleasure with a lad

That I loved bodily.

Flinging from his arms I laughed

To think his passion such

He fancied that I gave a soul

Did but our bodies touch,

And laughed upon his breast to think

Beast gave beast as much.

I gave what other women gave

That stepped out of their clothes.

But when this soul, its body off,

Naked to naked goes,

He it has found shall find therein

What none other knows,

And give his own and take his own

And rule in his own right;

And though it loved in misery

Close and cling so tight,

There's not a bird of day that dare

Extinguish that delight.


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I love that quote as well. My mother uses it to debcirse the difference between public education and homeschooling, and I wrote a post based on it some months back.I like the black and white effect on the fire, and I also like the screen. Very pretty!~Homeschoolgraduate

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