Poet William Butler Yeats

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Crazy Jane On The Day Of Judgment

‘Love is all
That cannot take the whole
Body and soul';
And that is what Jane said.

‘Take the sour
If you take me
I can scoff and lour
And scold for an hour.'
“That's certainly the case,' said he.

‘Naked I lay,
The grass my bed;
Naked and hidden away,
That black day';
And that is what Jane said.

‘What can be shown?
What true love be?
All could be known or shown
If Time were but gone.'
‘That's certainly the case,' said he.

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