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J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: O heart, we are old;The living beauty is O heart, we are old;
The living beauty is for younger men:
We cannot pay its tribute of wild tears. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: No man, even though he be Shakespeare, can No man, even though he be Shakespeare, can write perfectly when his web is woven of threads that have been spun in many lands. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: better doubtless to believe much unreason and a better doubtless to believe much unreason and a little truth than to deny for denial's sake truth and unreason alike, — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By Patrick Kavanagh: Yeats, protected to some extent by the Nationalistic Yeats, protected to some extent by the Nationalistic movement, wrote out of a somewhat protected world, and so his work does not touch life deeply. — Patrick Kavanagh
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: Our words must seem to be inevitable. Our words must seem to be inevitable. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: There are no strangers, only friends you have There are no strangers, only friends you have not met yet. — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: We had fed the heart on fantasies,The heart's We had fed the heart on fantasies,
The heart's grown brutal from the fare,
More substance in our enmities
Than in our love — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: Never leave the door open at this hour, Never leave the door open at this hour, or evil may come to you. — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: All things change, save only the fear of All things change, save only the fear of change. — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By W.B.Yeats: ....tradition gives the one thing many shapes. ....tradition gives the one thing many shapes. — W.B.Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: What can I but enumerate old themes? What can I but enumerate old themes? — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: It is love that I am seeking for, It is love that I am seeking for, But of a beautiful, unheard-of kind That is not in the world. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: There is no releaseIn a bodkin or disease,Nor There is no release
In a bodkin or disease,
Nor can there be a work so great
As that which cleans man's dirty slate. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: I agree about Shaw - he is haunted I agree about Shaw - he is haunted by the mystery he flouts. He is an atheist who trembles in the haunted corridor. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: It's certain there is no fine thing Since It's certain there is no fine thing Since Adam's fall but needs much laboring. — William Butler Yeats
J B Yeats Quotes By William Butler Yeats: To be born woman is to know - To be born woman is to know - although they do not speak of it at school - women must labor to be beautiful. — William Butler Yeats