William Butler Yeats Quotes

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but-i-being-poor-have-only-my-dreams-i-have-spread-my-dreams-under-your-feet-tread-softly-because-you-tread-on-my-dreams
take-if-you-must-this-little-bag-of-dreams-unloose-the-cord-and-they-will-wrap-you-round
happiness-is-neither-virtue-nor-pleasure-nor-this-thing-nor-that-but-simply-growth-we-are-happy-when-we-are-growing
think-where-mans-glory-most-begins-and-ends-and-say-my-glory-was-i-had-such-friends
the-light-of-lights-looks-always-on-the-motive-not-the-deed-the-shadow-of-shadows-on-the-deed-alone
people-who-lean-on-logic-and-philosophy-and-rational-exposition-end-by-starving-the-best-part-of-the-mind
the-best-lack-all-conviction-while-the-worst-are-full-of-passionate-intensity
education-is-not-the-filling-of-a-pail-but-the-lighting-of-a-fire
i-heard-the-old-old-men-say-all-thats-beautiful-drifts-away-like-the-waters
the-worst-thing-about-some-men-is-that-when-they-are-not-drunk-they-are-sober
we-make-out-of-the-quarrel-with-others-rhetoric-but-of-the-quarrel-with-ourselves-poetry
the-innocent-and-the-beautiful-have-no-enemy-but-time
consider-how-much-more-you-often-suffer-from-your-anger-and-grief-than-from-those-very-things-for-which-you-are-angry-and-grieved
true-love-is-a-discipline-in-which-each-divines-the-secret-self-of-the-other-and-refuses-to-believe-in-the-mere-daily-self
a-pity-beyond-all-telling-is-hid-in-the-heart-of-love
the-problem-with-some-people-is-that-when-they-arent-drunk-theyre-sober
once-you-attempt-legislation-upon-religious-grounds-you-open-the-way-for-every-kind-of-intolerance-and-religious-persecution
we-are-happy-when-for-everything-inside-us-there-is-a-corresponding-something-outside-us
who-can-tell-the-dancer-from-the-dance
how-can-we-know-the-dancer-from-the-dance
come-swish-around-my-pretty-punk-and-keep-me-dancing-still-that-i-may-stay-a-sober-man-although-i-drink-my-fill
there-are-no-strangers-here-only-friends-you-havent-yet-met
and-say-my-glory-was-i-had-such-friends
hearts-are-not-had-as-a-gift-but-hearts-are-earned
the-land-of-fairy-where-nobody-gets-old-and-godly-and-grave-where-nobody-gets-old-and-crafty-and-wise-where-nobody-gets-old-and-bitter-of-tongue
may-god-be-praised-for-woman-that-gives-up-all-her-mind-a-man-may-find-in-no-man-a-friendship-of-her-kind
how-far-away-the-stars-seem-and-how-far-is-our-first-kiss-and-ah-how-old-my-heart
i-know-that-i-shall-meet-my-fate-somewhere-among-the-clouds-above-those-that-i-fight-i-do-not-hate-those-that-i-guard-i-do-not-love
education-is-not-filling-a-bucket-but-lighting-a-fire
think-like-a-wise-man-but-communicate-in-the-language-of-the-people
the-soul-man-is-imperishable-substance-stars-william-butler-yeats
all-dreams-soulend-in-beautiful-mans-womans-body-william-butler-yeats
death-life-were-nottill-man-made-up-wholemade-lock-stock-barrelout-his-bitter-soul-william-butler-yeats
thought-is-garment-souls-bridethat-cannot-in-that-trash-tinsel-hidehatred-god-may-bring-soul-to-god-william-butler-yeats
irish-poets-learn-your-trade-sing-whatever-is-well-made-scorn-sort-now-growing-up-all-out-shape-from-toe-to-top-william-butler-yeats
beloved-gaze-in-thine-own-heart-the-holy-tree-is-growing-there-william-butler-yeats
that-toil-growing-up-the-ignominy-boyhood-distress-of-boyhood-changing-into-man-the-unfinished-man-his-pain-william-butler-yeats
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