here ItOpens - Poems by Poet starting with Y
W B Yeats
 The Municipal Gallery RevisitedAround me the images of thirty years
 The Lake Isle of InnisfreeI will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree
 When You Are OldWhen you are old and grey and full of sleep
 He Hears the Cry of the SedgeI wander by the edge
 No Second TroyWhy should I blame her that she filled my days
 The Collar-Bone of a HareWould I could cast a sail on the water
 Easter 1916I have met them at close of day
 The Second ComingTurning and turning in the widening qyre
 A Prayer for My DaughterOnce more the storm is howling, and half hid
 Sailing to ByzantiumThat is no country for old men. The young
 Among School ChildrenI walk through the long schoolroom questioning
 In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con MarkiewiczThe light of evening, Lissadell
 The ChoiceThe intellect of man is forced to choose
 ByzantiumThe unpurged images of day recede
 Crazy Jane on GodThat lover of a night
 The Municipal Gallery RevisitedAround me the images of thirty years
 The Statesman's HolidayI lived among great houses
 The Circus Animal's DesertionI sought a theme and sought for it in vain
 PoliticsHow can I, that girl standing there
 Under Ben BulbenSwear by what the sages spoke
Andrew Young
 Last SnowAlthough the snow still lingers
 Last SnowAlthough the snow still lingers
 Wiltshire DownsThe cuckoo's double note
 Culbin SandsHere lay a fair fat land
 The Shepherd's HutThe smear of blue peat smoke
Frances Brett Young
 SeascapeOver that morn hung heaviness, until
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