The Ballad Of The Foxhunter

Posted on Thursday, May 26, 2022
In: Hunting Poetry
Written by: William Butler Yeats

‘Lay me in a cushioned chair; Carry me, ye four, With cushions here and cushions there, To see the world once more. ‘To stable and to kennel go; Bring what is there to bring; Lead my Lollard to and fro, Or gently in a ring. ‘Put the chair upon the grass: Bring Rody and his...
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