The Collected Poems of W B Yeats

When such as I cast out remorse So great a sweetness flows into the breast We must laugh and we must sing , We are blest by everything , Everything we look upon is blest . Blood and the Moon I Blessed be this place , More blessed still ...

The Collected Poems of W  B  Yeats

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