William Butler Yeats

'praise God and God's Mother,' Dathi said, 'For God and God's Mother have sent The blessedest souls that walk in the world To fill your heart with content.', The Blessed

A Bronze Head
A Coat
A Cradle Song
A Crazed Girl
A Deep-Sworn Vow
A Dialogue of Self and Soul
A Dream of Death
A Drinking Song
A Drunken Man's Praise Of Sobriety
A Faery Song
A Friend's Illness
A Man Young And Old -I- First Love
A Man Young And Old -II- Human Dignity
A Man Young And Old -III- The Mermaid
A Man Young And Old -IV- The Death of the Hare
A Man Young And Old -V- The Empty Cup
A Man Young And Old -VI- His Memories
A Man Young And Old -VII- The Friends of his Youth
A Man Young And Old -VIII- Summer and Spring
A Man Young And Old -IX- The Secrets of the Old
A Man Young And Old -X- His Wildness
A Man Young And Old -XI- From Oedipus at Colonus
A Meditation in Time of War
A Memory of Youth
A Model for the Laureate
A Nativity
A Poet to His Beloved
A Prayer For My Son
A Prayer for My Daughter
A Prayer for Old Age
A Prayer on Going into My House
A Song
A Song from "The Player Queen"
A Stick of Incense
A Thought from Propertius
A Woman Homer Sung
A Woman Young and Old -I- Father and Child
A Woman Young and Old -II- Before The World Was Made
A Woman Young and Old -III- A First Confession
A Woman Young and Old -IV- Her Triumph
A Woman Young and Old -V- Consolation
A Woman Young and Old -VI- Chosen
A Woman Young and Old -VII- Parting
A Woman Young and Old -VIII- Her Vision In The Wood
A Woman Young and Old -IX- A Last Confession
A Woman Young and Old -X- Meeting
A Woman Young and Old -XI- From The "Antigone"
Adam's Curse
After Long Silence
Against Unworthy Praise
All Souls' Night
All Things Can Tempt Me
Alternative Song for the Severed Head in "The King of the Great Clock Tower"
Among School Children
An Acre of Grass
An Appointment
An Image from a Past Life
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
Anashuya and Vijaya
Another Song of a Fool
Are You Content
At Algeciras - A Meditation upon Death
At Galway Races
At the Abbey Theatre
Avalon "The Stateman's Holiday"
Baile and Aillinn
Beautiful Lofty Things
Beggar to Beggar Cried
Blood and the Moon
Broken Dreams
Brown Penny
Byzantium
Church and State
Closing Rhyme
Colonel Martin
Colonus Praise
Come Gather Round Me Parnellites
Coole Park
CoolePark and Ballylee
Crazy Jane And Jack The Journeyman
Crazy Jane And The Bishop
Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks At The Dancers
Crazy Jane On God
Crazy Jane On The Day Of Judgment
Crazy Jane On The Mountain
Crazy Jane Reproved
Crazy Jane Talks With The Bishop
Cuchulain Comforted
Cuchulain's Fight with the Sea
Death
Demon and Beast
Down by the Salley Gardens
Easter
Ego Dominus Tuus
Ephemera
Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz
Fallen Majesty
Fergus and the Druid
Fragments
Friends
Girl's Song
He Gives His Beloved Certain Rhymes
He Hears the Cry of the Sedge
He Mourns for the Change that Has Come upon Him and His Beloved, and Longs for the End of the World
He Remembers Forgotten Beauty
He Reproves the Curlew
He Tells of a Valley Full of Lovers
He Tells of the Perfect Beauty
He Thinks of Those Who Have Spoken Evil of His Beloved
He Wishes His Beloved Were Dead
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
Her Anxiety
Her Dream
Her Praise
High Talk
His Bargain
His Confidence
His Dream
His Phoenix
Hound Voice
I Am Of Ireland
Imitated from the Japanese
In Memory of Alfred Pollexfen
In Memory of Major Robert Gregory
In Tara's Halls
In the Seven Woods
Into the Twilight
Introductory Lines
Introductory Rhymes
John Kinsella's Lament for Mrs. Mary Moore
King and No King
Lapis Lazuli
Leda and the Swan
Lines Written in Dejection
Long-Legged Fly
Love's Loneliness
Lullaby
Mad As The Mist And Snow
Maid Quiet
Man and the Echo
Meditations in Time of Civil War
Memory
Men Improve with the Years
Michael Robartes and the Dancer
Michael Robartes bids his Beloved be at Peace
Mohini Chatterjee
Mongan thinks of his past Greatness
Never Give All the Heart
News for the Delphic Oracle
Nineteen Hundred Nineteen
No Second Troy
O Do Not Love Too Long
Oil and Blood
Old Memory
Old Tom Again
On Being Asked for a War Poem
On Woman
On a Picture of a Black Centaur by Edmund Dulac
On a Political Prisoner
Owen Aherne and His Dancers
Parnell's Funeral
Paudeen
Politics
Presences
Quarrel in Old Age
Reconciliation
Red Hanrahan's Song about Ireland
Remorse for Intemperate Speech
Results of Thought
Roger Casement
Running to Paradise
Sailing to Byzantium
September
Shepherd and Goatherd
Sixteen Dead Men
Solomon and the Witch
Solomon to Sheba
Stream and Sun at Glendalough
Supernatural Songs
Sweet Dancer
Symbols
That the Night Come
The Apparitions
The Arrow
The Ballad of Father Gilligan
The Ballad of Father O'Hart
The Ballad of Moll Magee
The Ballad of the Foxhunter
The Balloon of the Mind
The Black Tower
The Blessed
The Cap and Bells
The Cat and the Moon
The Choice
The Circus Animal's Desertion
The Cloak, the Boat, and the Shoes
The Cold Heaven
The Collar-Bone of a Hare
The Coming of Wisdom with Time
The Countess Cathleen in Paradise
The Crazed Moon
The Curse of Cromwell
The Dancer At Cruachan And Cro-Patrick
The Dawn
The Dedication to a Book of Stories Selected from the Irish Novelists
The Delphic Oracle Upon Plotinus
The Dolls
The Double Vision of Michael Robartes
The Everlasting Voices
The Falling Leaves
The Fascination
The Fiddler of Dooney
The Fish
The Fisherman
The Folly of Being Comforted
The Fool by the Roadside
The Ghost of Roger Casement
The Gift of Harun Al-Rashid
The Great Day
The Grey Rock
The Gyres
The Happy Townland
The Hawk
The Heart of the Woman
The Hosting of the Sidhe
The Host of the Air
The Hour Before Dawn
The Indian Upon God
The Indian to His Love
The Lady's First Song
The Lady's Second Song
The Lady's third Song
The Lake Isle of Innisfree
The Lamentation of the Old Pensioner
The Leaders of the Crowd
The Living Beauty
The Lover Asks Forgiveness Because of His Many Moods
The Lover Mourns for the Loss of Love
The Lover Pleads with His Friends for Old Friends
The Lover Speaks to the Hearers of His Songs in Coming Days
The Lover Tells of the Rose in His Heart
The Lover's Song
The Madness of King Goll
The Magi
The Man Who Dreamed of Faeryland
The Mask
The Meditation of the Old Fisherman
The Moods
The Mother of God
The Mountain Tomb
The Municipal Galley Re-Visited
The New Faces
The Nineteenth Century and After
The O'Rahilly
The Old Age of Queen Maeve
The Old Men Admiring Themselves in the Water
The Old Stone Cross
The Peacock
The People
The Phases of the Moon
The Pilgrim
The Pity of Love
The Players Ask for a Blessing on the Psalteries and on Themselves
The Poet Pleads with the Elemental Powers
The Ragged Wood
The Realists
The Rose Tree
The Rose of Battle
The Rose of Peace
The Rose of the World
The Sad Shepherd
The Saint and the Hunchback
The Scholars
The Second Coming
The Secret Rose
The Seven Sages
The Shadowy Waters
The Song of Wandering Aengus
The Song of the Happy Shepherd
The Song of the Old Mother
The Sorrow of Love
The Spirit Medium
The Statues
The Stolen Child
The Three Beggars
The Three Bushes
The Three Hermits
The Three Monuments
The Tower
The Travail of Passion
The Two Kings
The Two Trees
The Unappeasable Host
The Valley of the Black Pig
The Wanderings of Oisin
The Wheel
The White Birds
The Wild Old Wicked Man
The Wild Swans at Coole
The Witch
The Withering of the Boughs
These Are the Clouds
Those Dancing Days Are Gone
Those Images
Three Marching Songs
Three Songs to One Burden
Three Things
To Be Carved on a Stone at Thoor Ballylee
To Dorothy Wellesley
To His Heart, Bidding It Have No Fears
To Ireland in the Coming Times
To Some I Have Talked with by the Fire
To a Child Dancing in the Wind
To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Nothing
To a Shade
To a Squirrel at Kyle-Na-No
To a Wealthy Man
To a Young Beauty
To a Young Girl
To an Isle in the Water
Tom At Cruachan
Tom O'Roughley
Tom The Lunatic
To the Rose upon the Rood of Time
Towards Break of Day
Two Songs Rewritten for the Tune's Sake
Two Songs from a Play
Two Songs of a Fool
Under Ben Bulben
Under Saturn
Under the Moon
Under the Round Tower
Upon a Dying Lady
Upon a House Shaken By the Land Agitation
Vacillation
Veronica's Napkin
What Then?
When Helen Lived
When You Are Old
Who Goes with Fergus?
Why Should Not Old Men Be Mad?
Wisdom
Words
Young Mans Song


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