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Wind Among the Reeds

William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)

1. The Hosting of the Sidhe
2. The Everlasting Voices
3. The Moods
4. Aedh tells of the Rose in his Heart
5. The Host of the Air
6. Breasal the Fisherman
7. A Cradle Song
8. Into the Twilight
9. The Song of Wandering Aengus
10. The Song of the old Mother
11. The Fiddler of Dooney
12. The Heart of the Woman
13. Aedh Laments the Loss of Love
14. Mongan laments the Change that has come upon him and his Beloved
15. Michael Robartes bids his Beloved be at Peace
16. Hanrahan reproves the Curlew
17. Michael Robartes remembers forgotten Beauty
18. A Poet to his Beloved
19. Aedh gives his Beloved certain Rhymes
20. To my Heart, bidding it have no Fear
21. The Cap and Bells
22. The Valley of the Black Pig
23. Michael Robartes asks Forgiveness because of his many moods
24. Aedh tells of a Valley full of Lovers
25. Aedh tells of the perfect Beauty
26. Aedh hears the Cry of the Sedge
27. Aedh thinks of those who have spoken Evil of his Beloved
28. The Blessed
29. The Secret Rose
30. Hanrahan laments because of his Wanderings
31. The Travail of Passion
32. The Poet pleads with his Friend for old Friends
33. Hanrahan speaks to the Lovers of his Songs in coming Days
34. Aedh pleads with the Elemental Powers
35. Aedh wishes his Beloved were dead
36. Aedh wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
37. Mongan thinks of his past Greatness
38. Notes 1
39. Notes 2
40. Notes 3
41. Notes 4
42. Notes 5
43. Notes 6
44. Notes 7

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    William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th century literature. He studied poetry in his youth and from an early age was fascinated by both Irish legends and the occult. One of his works, 'The wind among the reeds', published in 1899, by critics' opinion is the main achievement of his early works. Imagery of Yeats' poetry at this time is filled with characters of Celtic mythology and folklore. (ShiNeko, Wikipedia)