This was a lovely choice by Suzie’s fans. I may get one, possibly two more in before the weekend is out, but this simply, heart-wrenching piece by Yeats, read by Anthony Hopkins… oh you just shouldn’t miss it.
Well, haven’t I had some wonderful suggestions for this series of love poems for St Valentine’s Day and beyond? Donne, Auden and now Yeats. This one, I have to admit, is one that I have loved since my teens, with that vain hope that one day someone would write something like it for me….
Hey ho, such is real life that nothing has yet been forthcoming and a limerick might be the best I can hope for now. But that doesn’t prevent me, and it seems many of my Facebook friends, dreaming. This great poem – Aedh (or He) Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven was suggested by Jane Earthy, Ada Mournian and Deborah Metters, amongst others and it is one of those poems that itch to be learnt by heart.
William Butler Yeats was born in Dublin in 1865 and became one of the foremost literary figures of the…
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