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Last Poems

By Yeats, William Butler

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Title: Last Poems  
Author: Yeats, William Butler
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: Under Ben Bulben. I SWEAR by what the sages spoke Round the Mareotic Lake That the Witch of Atlas knew, Spoke and set the cocks a?crow. Swear by those horsemen, by those women Complexion and form prove superhuman, That pale, long?visaged company That air in immortality Completeness of their passions won; Now they ride the wintry dawn Where Ben Bulben sets the scene.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Last Poems, 1 -- William Butler Yeats, 1 -- Under Ben Bulben, 1 -- Three Songs To The One Burden, 3 -- The Black Tower, 5 -- Cuchulain Comforted, 6 -- Three Marching Songs, 7 -- In Tara's Halls, 9 -- The Statues, 10 -- News For the Delphic Oracle, 11 -- I, 11 -- II, 11 -- III, 12


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