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William Butler Yeats

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253/365 ~Come Fairies, take me out of this dull world, for I would ride with you upon the wind and dance upon the mountains like a flame! William Butler Yeats
John, Augustus (1878-1961) - 1930c. Portrait of William Butler Yeats (Sothebys London, 2007)
~ Rock the Cradle (Slouching Towards San Francisco)
the meditation of the old fisherman
The innocent and the beautiful Have no enemy but time
Cemented by Time
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Key Chorale's next performance is a world premiere commission
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
"The Lake Isle," set to a text by William Butler Yeats, will be paired with a sequel that uses the same musical themes and instrumentation, including piano, string quartet and acoustic guitar, with newly written lyrics by Charles Anthony Silvestri ...

1923 Nobel Prize Literature Winner William Butler Yeats News

Check Out Robert Pattinson In New 'Rover' Trailer
ETCanada.com (blog)
To coincide with the Cannes announcement, the producers of Rover have released a new trailer, and it looks exactly like the sort of movie that would do well at Cannes—dark, brooding, minimalistic, and full of enigmatic references to Irish poet William ...

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Kentwood's Henderson is Kent School District Teacher of the Year
Maple Valley Reporter
Henderson quotes William Butler Yeats regarding education: "Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." "No student is productive unless they feel that their teacher cares about them and has built a positive relationship," she ...

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Marine Matters: Things Fall Apart
Freepress Online
"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold/Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world/" wrote William Butler Yeats many years ago. Computers are the anthithesis of anarchy, by design. We benefited from their existence for many decades prior to Bill Gates ...

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