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Chapter: William Butler Yeats poem lyrics. Easy summary meaning. Selected sweat best popular poem for School and college student

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THE INDIAN TO HIS LOVE

THE INDIAN TO HIS LOVE
William Butler Yeats poem lyrics. Easy summary meaning. Selected sweat best popular poem for School and college student

THE INDIAN TO HIS LOVE

THE island dreams under the dawn

And great boughs drop tranquillity;

The peahens dance on a smooth lawn,

A parrot sways upon a tree,

Raging at his own image in the enamelled sea.

Here we will moor our lonely ship

And wander ever with woven hands,

Murmuring softly lip to lip,

Along the grass, along the sands,

Murmuring how far away are the unquiet lands:

How we alone of mortals are Hid under quiet boughs apart,

While our love grows an Indian star, A meteor of the burning heart,

One with the tide that gleams, the wings that gleam and dart,

The heavy boughs, the burnished dove

That moans and sighs a hundred days:

How when we die our shades will rove,

When eve has hushed the feathered ways,

With vapoury footsole by the water's drowsy blaze.

THE FALLING OF THE LEAVES


AUTUMN is over the long leaves that love us,

And over the mice in the barley sheaves;

Yellow the leaves of the rowan above us,

And yellow the wet wild-strawberry leaves.

The hour of the waning of love has beset us,

And weary and worn are our sad souls now;

Let us patt, ere the season of passion forget us,

With a kiss and a tear on thy drooping brow.



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