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A Drinking Song: William Butler Yeats

Posted on: 12 July 2006

WINE COMES IN AT THE MOUTH
AND LOVE COMES IN AT THE EYE
THAT’S ALL WE SHALL KNOW FOR TRUTH
BEFORE WE GROW OLD AND DIE
I LIFT THE GLASS TO MY MOUTH
I LOOK AT YOU AND SIGH


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6 Responses to "A Drinking Song: William Butler Yeats"

You always have the best stuff.
I wanted to stop by & let you see I’m still around. Thanks for your concern!!

Beautiful!

Cent’anno (which is an Italian toast meaning: “one hundred years”)!

Ah, Vincent gets better with age… just like fine wine…

Yates is one of my favorite poets. 🙂

Haven’t read any Yeats since school. Thanks Ann.

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the loves of my life

at the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet ~~~ plato

thank you…

... to everyone whose pictures and videos I have borrowed; if anyone would like theirs to be removed, please tell me and I shall be happy to do so

all words here are mine ~ I’ll tell you when they’re not!

from long ago

in case I forget what day of the week it is

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