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Author: poem of William Butler Yeats Type: poem Views: 31

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I swayed upon the gaudy stem

The butt-end of a steering-oar,

And saw wherever I could turn

A crowd upon a shore.

And though I would have hushed the crowd,

There was no mother's son but said,

"What is the figure in a shroud

Upon a gaudy bed?'

And after running at the brim

Cried out upon that thing beneath

- It had such dignity of limb -

By the sweet name of Death.

Though I'd my finger on my lip,

What could I but take up the song?

And running crowd and gaudy ship

Cried out the whole night long,

Crying amid the glittering sea,

Naming it with ecstatic breath,

Because it had such dignity,

By the sweet name of Death.


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Thanks for the invitation but I will not be able to acsces books to join in. My books turn up suddenly and out of the blue almost and I never know what I am going to find!Coming through on the blog hop and wishing you a good weekend.

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest

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L. Dwayne DeckerWhat precious drames do you offer up to the world? I gave up drames and hopes and any hope for love; when Lisa walked out of my life. I have nothing of my own, worth anything; because I gave all of myself, to her. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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I thought Gavin was great, he relaly captured the reverie, other-worldly, interior, feeling aspect of Yeats. I thought he did a brilliant version of The Stolen Child. I liked it best when he spoke with the musicians playing in the background. I found myself thinking he should have dancers as well! It was a very enjoyable and actually stimulating evening, I hope he does it again.

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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