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The Secret Rose by W B Yeats
 
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A powerful and evocative poem by W.B. Yeats
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To the Secret Rose   by William Butler Yeats
 
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To the Secret Rose
 
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Verses by W. B. Yeats 1897
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To the Secret Rose William Butler Yeats Audiobook
 
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To the Secret Rose William Butler Yeats Audiobook
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The Rose Of The World by William Butler Yeats
 
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Poetry Class Activity Prepared By Gözde ATAY Mustafa KABATAŞ Esin TOPRAKLI
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The Secret Rose
 
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Crowdfunding, A Passion For Print And WB Yeats With Orna Ross
 
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Get your free Author 2.0 Blueprint at: http://www.TheCreativePenn.com/blueprint Irish author Orna Ross talks to Joanna Penn about her love for WB Yeats and passion for print and how she's crowdfunding a special edition to mark Yeats anniversary of A Secret Rose with Her Secret Rose. We discuss how Ireland and London play into Yeats' work as well as Orna's exciting crowdfunding project
Views: 305 The Creative Penn
W B Yeats  Poem ~ An Irish Airman Foresees His Death with text
 
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PLease see my Poetry Playlists William Wordsworth Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB3FEB3BB8185307E English Poetry Playlist herehttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3820309D7FE2EBD2 William Shakespeare Sonnets https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0815F9D1255F14F0 Robert Browning Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6HZoNgLETnSLjN07xOEsVRR Alfred, Lord Tennyson Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA66B33D647FE39F7 Lewis Carroll https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA8FE8A7C3B73E9A Oscar Wilde Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL799319E6D9B99769 Rudyard Kipling https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6FF29102EAEBA4E2 Robert Burns https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA230E795188C7F7D John Keats poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL65A03A3A9BA0B915 Thomas Hardy Poetry and Stories https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF49A6C2ADCCE3976 John Clare Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6G359eDgj8HBPTbhKre8C4D Emily and Anne Bronte Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6EU0Bz0Ul-iOHrvhKciCnz3 Rupert Brooke Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6HL-C9TM2a2a-2Q93Q9Jr9D D H Lawrence Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5ED43A5287D5A46 Robert Louis Stevenson Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1D4FCCF50BC8D662 Edgar Allan Poe Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6EwauZLvFO05hpgaoI23cqJ Walt Whitman Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6EFrM4I5vYVlFr912I7ac6I Robert Frost Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6HlQeZiglTIAgRvl0gBHxdP William Blake Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg700EF7NB6FzPW38Spm9OzVIQ4rHNfpI Christina Rossetti Poetry https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1A456573D4C46480 An Irish Airman Foresees His Death is a poem by Irish poet William Butler Yeats written in 1918 and first published in the Macmillan edition of The Wild Swans at Coole in 1919.[1] The poem is a soliloquy given by an aviator in the First World War in which the poet describes the circumstances surrounding his imminent death. The poem is a work that discusses the role of Irish soldiers fighting for the United Kingdom during a time when they were trying to establish independence for Ireland. Wishing to show restraint from publishing political poems during the height of the war, Yeats withheld publication of the poem until after the conflict had ended see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Irish_Airman_Foresees_His_Death
[EN Sub]【瞳耀丨巍澜衍生AU】【天使VS撒旦】 Under The Rose
 
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授权转载 Authorized Re-upload 禁止非授权二改二传 No re-upload without permission, please indicate the original source if authorized. cr:SuMm墨白 from https://www.bilibili.com/video/av34587949 视频多语翻译贡献以开放,欢迎投喂各国字幕拯救不会中文的海外粉丝们(标题没标注[xx Sub]的都是还没有翻译的) Allow viewers to contribute translated titles, descriptions, and subtitles/CC at: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCgtVszEPPni6x0QGSl7hjHA 作者的话: !!本视频人物性格架构与原剧不符,人物OOC预警!! My far-off, most secret, and inviolate rose. 你是我遥远的,隐秘的,不可侵犯的玫瑰。 —— The Secret Rose秘密的玫瑰 William Butler Yeats叶芝 简介:相传万年前有一位天使堕天时带走了圣坛上的玫瑰,后不慎遗落人界,堕天使寻觅万年终寻得玫瑰踪迹,人界守护天使知其来意,与好友赵爵共同藏匿了玫瑰,堕天使一怒犯下杀戮成为真正的撒旦——沈巍。二十年后,撒旦卷土重来,年迈的天使无力继续保护,故而引来了玫瑰的人界化身赵云澜,交由现任守护天使白羽瞳继续保护。白羽瞳不明真相,只道是一普通人类。沈巍感应到赵云澜踪迹,自投罗网确认其身份,并在审讯中看出了展耀有独特的阴暗面,随后诱惑之,使其成为恶魔奴仆。白羽瞳在照顾展耀时发现撒旦的气息,认为沈巍此次目标就是展耀。展耀为了自我救赎需要向沈巍献上耶稣之血,而传说中玫瑰是由耶稣之血染红的。展耀催眠了赵云澜,带到了沈巍处,白羽瞳及时赶到,却被赵云澜一枪击中,而沈巍终于在最后一瓣花瓣掉落前,找回了属于他的玫瑰。 某些设定: 沈巍——撒旦,曾经是上帝座前的天使,判出天国成为堕天使,也会装成光明的天使,诱惑人类(视频中面面和巍巍素材混合使用) 白羽瞳——天使,受上帝差遣保护人类不被恶魔侵扰的保护者。人间监察者,无法伤害人类。 魔鬼的奴仆,为赎其脱离魔鬼的奴役,便由耶稣的血作为赎价,付予魔鬼而将其赎回,此处使用的是Aurelius Augustinusde看法。
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SvenSson - "Blue-Eyed Queens" (Official Music Video)
 
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BLUE-EYED QUEENS by SvenSson Video Editor & Director : Steve Axel B. Cameraman : Gwarr Greff Featuring Steve Axel B. & Nataliya Velykanova Video produced by FMN Video / SB7 Productions (2014) ISRC FR0HK1400021 - All rights reserved - www.fmnarts.com Music & Lyrics written by Steve Axel B. (adapted from The Secret Rose by William Butler Yeats and musical theme La Folia) Music & Vocals performed & recorded by Steve Axel B. Featuring Emilie Cabezas (violin) Mixed & mastered by David Weber Musical master produced by FMN Records / SB7 Productions (2014) ISRC FR0HK1400310 - All rights reserved - www.fmnarts.com Partners : TOXIC-MUSIC & AUTOGRAFF "Queens, their eyes blue like the ice, are dancing in a crowd Dansez avec elle Car personne en ce monde Ni en aucun autre monde Ne l'a fait depuis mille ans Queens, their eyes blue like the ice, are dancing in a crowd"
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2013-11-17 Mov 1  A Secret Rose by Rhys Chatham
 
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concert Richmond, California, Movement 1 "A Secret Rose" composed and directed by Rhys Chatham. Written for 100 electric guitars plus drums and bass
Views: 579 Michael Schillaci
PazzoTV S01E03
 
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Pazzo TV - Season 1, Episode 3. Rare book talk from Pazzo Books, West Roxbury, Boston MA. Discussed this episode: The First French Edition of Shakespeare, an illustrated Candide, John Smith Dye's paranoid classic of Southern conspiracy and assassination, the Sette of Odd Volumes, Yeats' Secret Rose and how Isaiah Thomas didn't like Catholics.
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Love's Secret by William Blake
 
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A recital of "Love's Secret", a poem by William Blake (1757 -- 1827). William Blake was an English poet, painter and printmaker. His work, though original, significant and visionary, was not greatly appreciated during Blake's lifetime. Love's Secret NEVER seek to tell thy love, Love that never told can be; For the gentle wind doth move Silently, invisibly. I told my love, I told my love, I told her all my heart, Trembling, cold, in ghastly fears. Ah! she did depart! Soon after she was gone from me, A traveller came by, Silently, invisibly: He took her with a sigh.
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The Sad Shepherd, a Celtic Poem by William Butler Yeats, Audiobook
 
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There was a man whom Sorrow named his Friend, And he, of his high comrade Sorrow dreaming, Went walking with slow steps along the gleaming And humming Sands, where windy surges wend: And he called loudly to the stars to bend From their pale thrones and comfort him, but they Among themselves laugh on and sing alway: And then the man whom Sorrow named his friend Cried out, Dim sea, hear my most piteous story.! The sea Swept on and cried her old cry still, Rolling along in dreams from hill to hill. He fled the persecution of her glory And, in a far-off, gentle valley stopping, Cried all his story to the dewdrops glistening. But naught they heard, for they are always listening, The dewdrops, for the sound of their own dropping. And then the man whom Sorrow named his friend Sought once again the shore, and found a shell, And thought, I will my heavy story tell Till my own words, re-echoing, shall send Their sadness through a hollow, pearly heart; And my own talc again for me shall sing, And my own whispering words be comforting, And lo! my ancient burden may depart. Then he sang softly nigh the pearly rim; But the sad dweller by the sea-ways lone Changed all he sang to inarticulate moan Among her wildering whirls, forgetting him. -End- The Sad Shepherd, a Celtic Poem by William Butler Yeats, Audiobook
Spirituality, My favorite book on Spirituality, The Rose of the World review
 
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I wanted to share with you some information about "The Rose of the World", the book by Daniel Andreev. Completed in 1959, hidden from the Soviet secret police for twenty years, THE ROSE OF THE WORLD was first made public only in 1989.This book is truly remarkable, as the author tried to apply the spirituality onto such concepts as cultures and world religions. Daniil Andreev compares different major religions to different paths leading to one and the same mountain peak (which is God). Being in some kind of a trance, he travels in different realms and his visions are very interesting. I found some good resource to read it online here: http://www.rodon.org/andreev/trotw.htm, or you can order it in Amazon. My SOCIAL MEDIA links: FB: https://www.facebook.com/DymondOrgoniteCreations/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/dymond_orgonite/ BLOGGER: http://fiverrchic.blogspot.com/ eBay: http://www.ebay.com/usr/amursk261 ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DymondOrgonite
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Galway Races by W.  B.  Yeats
 
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This is a reading of the poem 'Galway Races' by W. B. Yeats. Galway Races There where the racecourse is Delight makes all of the one mind The riders upon the swift horses The field that closes in behind. We too had good attendance once, Hearers, hearteners of the work, Aye, horsemen for companions Before the merchant and the clerk Breathed on the world with timid breath; But some day and at some new moon We’ll learn that sleeping is not death Hearing the whole earth change its tune, Flesh being wild again, and it again Crying aloud as the racecourse is; And find hearteners among men That ride upon horses. Music: www.bensound.com
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Never Give All the Heart (by William Butler Yeats) Poetry Audiobook
 
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Never give all the heart, for love Will hardly seem worth thinking of To passionate women if it seem Certain, and they never dream That it fades out from kiss to kiss; For everything that's lovely is But a brief, dreamy. Kind delight. O never give the heart outright, For they, for all smooth lips can say, Have given their hearts up to the play. And who could play it well enough If deaf and dumb and blind with love? He that made this knows all the cost, For he gave all his heart and lost. -End- Never Give All the Heart, a Poem by William Butler Yeats, Audiobook
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The Rose Tree (Short Film)
 
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Project that has been made by Southampton Solent University first year students. Directed & edited by Pavlos Tsiampartas Produced by Rhys Mark Pridham Camera & Sound by Alex Cook Actors Marios Kyriakou Michalis Iakovou
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A poem called  [Awry Distillate Time] by John Elias Rose
 
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In between final drafts and "one last blasts" of autobiography my nonsensical preponderances of doom outlining myself in introspecting tried truths laid out harsh or humor or in gobbledygook a format religiously re-edited spiritually and developing just as expectantly weird conditioning more reliant ways to center a manufactured self sameness amidst all this quick-witted banality and destructive shit-for-brainy things to do & I do under-do what i might have done for fun having promises for some and lies for other ones that i keep or quit for love or hate after walking all of the miles in hand-me-down shoes buoying aloof quietly not minding the swelling weights of the higher tides tired and thumbing irately & plumbing the "I" to the great depths & in grandiose descriptiveness into and out of many alone lowly waysides teeter-tottering high on the best dental oxides either whether nimbly or not numbly i don't always pretend i know as time's artistic witty ticky wicks are burning at both ends thank you my friends, all dead & especially you, Ms. Millay do pray i pray i pray away my cocky clocks stopping with imagination stymied by the wrongs span and spic in here and gone on too tired and wry wide-eyed from wandering all-nighters wondering theory and equations pondered to no conclude in loud silent moods & insomniac eves of deja vu endlessly unclean and dying to win the lottery trying living and justly dying too soon fantastically on a hunch and two delusions warming whimsy in a whistling tune & sojourning tall-tales spun through ions in columny spires of locks afire with sirens wailing while dreaming of webs and screaming holding my glans penis in their hands in a different time love whispering through dripping wires sagging uttering a fat word plumply & diking the dam screwy human made-up-myths based in lieu of faithfulness abound and pounding with the alive shrieking ancient's sins prophetesses grape stomping heroine mistresses lying fighting for concubines undermining in tucson a tuscan sun hydrogen oxidizing my good blind eyes go-between pointing arrows of buzzing neon signs selfless, drunken, and riddled with flies increasingly deciphering my take on history hitchhiking but ad opportunistically toward my role sleeping sad in the poor piss of the homeless cold under blurry lines of consciousness in the whole rigmarole passing by beneath the stars that spoke the wheel in the sky falling on deaf ears hearing for the first time a sonic boom gashing heel and sole and tippy toe endlessly on eggshells after not sleeping not waking in a spin-cycle amnesiac fate degenerating around town on an empty belly and heavy lung heroes call unsung tangled in a disc low in the sacral spine on time and with spies spying the snakes planting untruth seeds in god's green grass mere twinkling flecks of unadopted highway trash glowing under city-wide white lightning's strobing lights brightly, dizzying, and seizing on the way to seeing mars favoring a blue arm and a swollen yellow bruise beneath a lonely bridge clanging a troll's bells that toll while toilsome children in new sweatshops sew holes holding palms over piercing ears aching sharply to hear anything but the good news senseless fashionable drones of the west & you poking an itchy fingernail scraping forehead scabs scratching at the tomb of near memory's far east moon not minding relentless mercurial risings of high desert noon greenwich mean time minus 7 or maybe minus 5 more sides pocked by prickly pear, jails, and scattered "please save our marriage" foxhole prayers like dying white blood cells hanging onto a spoon drowning in a bowl of cold flaky platelet leukemia soup chock full of spat spent battery and familial feuds slicked sick with hepatic love and acidic morning dew blood fuel for shrewd payback screws to get uneven leaving marbles trading bags of drugs never left behind swallowing hard some poor taste and i love you only in a diorama en miniature a grassy knoll flowering your keratin smooth petaline pubes meeting crucibles and i meeting you, in me, and we reconstructing our own absolute Jesuses before visionary liken minds peak at a pinnacling you silently gesturing at me two hybrids miming our static genii reflecting smiling antennic nods in mirror-minds & moody oracles whining stabby frequencies babbling in jargon gossip for all dogs on deck towering over you to underscore meaninglessness by casting pearls to aged swine sluts downed and out in Jezebelian infidelity & wifi backwash in alleyways malaise and crime grains grinding one at a time falling out of the hourglass only into lazier wet swirls & colorful oily worlds puddling before floating to the top of gravity avoid incompleteness absolutely as nothingness is strewn if forever cubed in gibberish or encompassed in greek statue alabaster and sculpted by michael angelwho? wake up and sneeze and bleed and throw your feces until you know who the hell you are and who the hell are you.
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Years & Years - Shine (Official Video)
 
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Check out the official music video for "Shine" by Years & Years The new album 'Communion' out now. Buy all formats here http://po.st/YYAlbumPreorder Connect with Years & Years: Facebook - http://po.st/yyfb Twitter - http://po.st/yyt Spotify - http://po.st/yysp Instagram - http://po.st/yyig Vevo - http://po.st/yyv Google+ - http://po.st/yyg Soundcloud - http://po.st/yysc #YearsAndYears #Shine #Vevo
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Yeats Day 2015
 
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The highlight of the Yeats2015 calendar: Yeats Day was celebrated over four days across Sligo this June, marking 150 years since the poet’s birth on June 13th in 1865. Included in this video: Abbot of Glenstal Abbey, Mark Patrick Hederman speaks about Yeats and singer Mary McPartlan singing at The Model’s Candlelit Salon The following scenes include the Yeats Day Street Party including Fionn Roger’s large-scale Yeats puppet and Rose of Innisfree breakfast tour of Lough Gill. Also included are scenes of the Lake Isle of Innisfree and the winning architectural installation ‘Square Moon.' Joanna Lumley opens Yeats Secret Garden by garden designer Lorely Forrester at The Model. Orla Kiely opens Lily Lolly Craftfest and Margaret Kilcoyne performs in the ‘Daughters of Emer: The Story of Lilly & Lolly Yeats’ which was commissioned for the craft festival. Edna O’Brien speaks as guest of honour at the Nobel Laureate Dinner Pollexfen House speakers included are Dr. Colette Kavanagh speaking about “Yeats and Women” and Irish Ambassador to Great Britain Daniel Mulhall speaking about “WB Yeats and the Ireland of his time”. Closing scenes include Chair of the Yeats2015 Steering Committee, Senator Susan O’Keefe opening the Poet Laureate and National Poets event at IT Sligo followed by President Michael D. Higgins, Patron of Yeats2015, commending the six female Poet Laureates and National Poets in attendance. Music Credits: Mary McPartlan performs ‘The Song of Wandering Aengus’ at The Model’s Candlelit Salon No Crows at The Abbey ‘Down by the Salley Gardens' by Eunjoo Goh (sop
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A Deep-Sworn Vow [Poetry Audiobook] by William Butler Yeats
 
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Others because you did not keep That deep-sworn vow have been friends of mine; Yet always when I look death in the face, When I clamber to the heights of sleep, Or when I grow excited with wine, Suddenly I meet your face. ----- End ----- A Deep-Sworn Vow [Poetry Audiobook] by William Butler Yeats
The Travail of Passion [W. B. YEATS poem set to music]
 
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The Travail Of Passion - Poem by William Butler Yeats Em G WHEN the flaming lute-thronged angelic door is wide; A C G Em A When an immortal passion breathes in mortal clay; Em G Our hearts endure the scourge, the plaited thorns, the way A C G Em A Crowded with bitter faces, the wounds in palm and side, Em D The vinegar-heavy sponge, the flowers by Kedron stream; C G Bm We will bend down and loosen our hair over you, D C G A That it may drop faint perfume, and be heavy with dew, Em D Em A Lilies of death-pale hope, roses of passionate dream. William Butler Yeats
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The Rose Tree Carol
 
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The Winter Rose presented by the Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra. Music and Lyrics by Jospeh Martin. (c) 2000 Shawnee Press, Inc.
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Audiobook The Wind Among the Reeds by William Butler Yeats
 
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Audiobook full length. 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. 00:00:00.000 : 01 - The Hosting of the Sidhe 00:01:18.010 : 02 - The Everlasting Voices 00:02:15.014 : 03 - The Moods 00:02:56.002 : 04 - Aedh tells of the Rose in his Heart 00:04:29.002 : 05 - The Host of the Air 00:07:39.010 : 06 - Breasal the Fisherman 00:08:24.015 : 07 - A Cradle Song 00:10:15.012 : 08 - Into the Twilight 00:11:29.008 : 09 - The Song of Wandering Aengus 00:14:15.015 : 10 - The Song of the old Mother 00:16:00.018 : 11 - The Fiddler of Dooney 00:17:09.008 : 12 - The Heart of the Woman 00:18:07.020 : 13 - Aedh Laments the Loss of Love 00:19:05.017 : 14 - Mongan laments the Change that has come upon him and his Beloved 00:20:17.005 : 15 - Michael Robartes bids his Beloved be at Peace 00:21:44.006 : 16 - Hanrahan reproves the Curlew 00:22:41.021 : 17 - Michael Robartes remembers forgotten Beauty 00:24:36.004 : 18 - A Poet to his Beloved 00:25:20.015 : 19 - Aedh gives his Beloved certain Rhymes 00:26:20.018 : 20 - To my Heart, bidding it have no Fear 00:27:12.005 : 21 - The Cap and Bells 00:29:04.009 : 22 - The Valley of the Black Pig 00:30:00.017 : 23 - Michael Robartes asks Forgiveness because of his many moods 00:31:29.011 : 24 - Aedh tells of a Valley full of Lovers 00:32:26.016 : 25 - Aedh tells of the perfect Beauty 00:33:36.021 : 26 - Aedh hears the Cry of the Sedge 00:34:23.021 : 27 - Aedh thinks of those who have spoken Evil of his Beloved 00:35:26.001 : 28 - The Blessed 00:37:26.009 : 29 - The Secret Rose 00:40:35.013 : 30 - Hanrahan laments because of his Wanderings 00:41:24.014 : 31 - The Travail of Passion 00:42:54.020 : 32 - The Poet pleads with his Friend for old Friends 00:43:47.005 : 33 - Hanrahan speaks to the Lovers of his Songs in coming Days 00:44:44.021 : 34 - Aedh pleads with the Elemental Powers 00:45:57.008 : 35 - Aedh wishes his Beloved were dead 00:46:55.016 : 36 - Aedh wishes for the Cloths of Heaven 00:48:00.001 : 37 - Mongan thinks of his past Greatness 00:49:01.017 : 38 - Notes 1 00:56:08.005 : 39 - Notes 2 01:01:14.017 : 40 - Notes 3 01:08:51.003 : 41 - Notes 4 01:13:32.011 : 42 - Notes 5 01:17:46.001 : 43 - Notes 6 01:25:16.001 : 44 - Notes 7 Audiobook in the public domain English audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMr-R9RQCpQNxs95SH_XSnNV German audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMp2nGzKlMi1ibO_L5HtBR3J French audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMqEBaoW7ZgEQ1szlSYPzbF- Spanish audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMondrW0mkksUiIROcxPcwGV Dutch audio books playlisthttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMqYUKL_ZsnxRShg72eKWBXO Russian audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMpUnwvrPYwuBKZh6_UnNAMr Finnish audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMoXQI1fQVu6rIjT3d9JlYCi Japanese audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMoGrPEoMUYQE_vKZBQ8gGu_ Portuguese audio books playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZmLAWS_elMog4TUM0b6NgruFqA9HmHlq
Journey to Seamus Heaney HomePlace – read by Liam Neeson
 
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A home for inspiration, echoing the life, literature and legacy of Seamus Heaney. Seamus Heaney HomePlace is a purpose-built arts and literary centre, which celebrates the life and work of the late poet and Nobel Laureate, Seamus Heaney, and contributes to his legacy. Opened in September 2016, HomePlace houses an interactive exhibition, arranged over two floors and filled with personal stories and artefacts, dozens of family photographs, video recordings from friends, neighbours, world leaders, cultural figures, and the voice of the poet himself. HomePlace also includes a recreation of the poet’s Dublin study.
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September 1913 (PCDC west coast remix)
 
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W. B. Yeats September 1913 - Leaving Certificate 2017 A more musical, poignant, and thoughtful version of Yeats' poem - enacted by Stephen James Smith & Enda Reilly - is available at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4PPnwVef4k
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Pere Vilanova - Dream of a Blessed Spirit (William Butler Yeats)
 
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Tema del segon disc de Pere Vilanova (All the heavy days are over, 2008)
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The Wheel   by William Butler Yeats
 
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The Song of Wandering Aengus
 
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A puja interpretation of this famous poem written by WB Yeats set to my original music as a western-style raga. Multi-tracked at home with Celtic harp, bansitar, low whistle, tanpura, drop drum, shruti box, chimes and finger cymbal. For more music visit www.airdmusic.com
Views: 66 Richard Aird
Rose of Paracelsus
 
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отрывок из спектакля
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ROAST YOURSELF CHALLENGE | Marina Yers
 
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Bellos miossss Porfin cuelgo mi ROAST YOURSELF CHALLENGE. Dios, os lo juro que escribo esto y lo hago emocionada. Todo empezo con una story tonta, la cual vosotros apoyasteis, y despues de buscar gente guay con la que hacer esto posible... Ya lo tenemos !!! Instagram de Christian: http://instagram.com/christiangarciaph Redes sociales: -Instagram: @marinayers https://www.instagram.com/marinayers/ -21buttons: @marinayers Twitter: Me lo hare pronto Business: [email protected] PREGUNTAS MAS FRECUENTES: ¿Edad y de donde soy? 17 años y ucraniana pero viviendo en Malaga y Marbella 10 años. ¿Cuanto mido y peso? 1,58m y 45 kg
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The Hour Glass William Butler Yeats
 
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english "collage"
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THE ROSE OF PARACELSUS By William Leonard Pickard - BOOK TEASER 1   -AS-
 
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http://www.theroseofparacelsus.com https://www.createspace.com/5377339 http://www.amazon.com/Rose-Paracelsus... Read the new novel The Rose of Paracelsus by William Leonard Pickard: A researcher explores an international entheogen system discovering their practices leading to cognitive enhancement and arguably, the next human form. From Cambridge to Moscow, Oxford to Zurich, Princeton to Marzar-i-Sharif and Bangkok, this journal records the lifestyles within a most rare and elusive organization- one that has evolved special gifts: advanced capacities of thought, memory, empathy and perception. Visit: http://www.theroseofparacelsus.com http://www.freeleonardpickard.org https://twitter.com/walking_rain -
Crossways | Full Audio
 
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William Butler YEATS (1865 - 1939)
9 Secret Societies That Run The World
 
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9 Secret societies that run the world Follow us on Google plus https://goo.gl/l0kGkS Subscribe Folks: http://bit.ly/1Sw6gJM Twitter: https://twitter.com/HistoryTwist5 music: Cielo https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Ultimate Must Watch TwistTV https://goo.gl/qFIcCc Top 5 Facts https://goo.gl/aR4NCA Top 10 facts https://goo.gl/eOrXgP All Twist tv Fact videos https://goo.gl/mW1O8O 9 Secret Societies That Run The World 9. The Fenian Brotherhood First up on our list, We have a secret society was began in America in 1858 by John O'Mahony and Michael Doheny. Made up of American and Irish revolutionaries the ideology behind the Fenian Brotherhood was to thwart the British dominance in Ireland. The society's name comes from Fianna, a renowned group of Irish warriors. They were most known for their propaganda regarding social justice. 8. Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn Next up we have a society that is said to be as occult as it's possible to be. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was formed from a branch of the Freemasons, and hales Alaister Crowley and William Yeats as its members. Its ideas are steeped in mysticism and all kinds of magic. The Golden Dawn system was based on hierarchy and initiation like the Masonic Lodges; however women were admitted on an equal basis with men. The "Golden Dawn" was the first of three Orders, although all three are often collectively referred to as the "Golden Dawn". The First Order taught esoteric philosophy based on the Hermetic Qabalah and personal development through study and awareness of the four Classical Elements as well as the basics of astrology, tarot divination, and geomancy. The Second or "Inner" Order, the Rosae Rubeae et Aureae Crucis (the Ruby Rose and Cross of Gold), taught magic, including scrying, astral travel, and alchemy. The Third Order was that of the "Secret Chiefs", who were said to be highly skilled; they supposedly directed the activities of the lower two orders by spirit communication with the Chiefs of the Second Order. 7. The Hawaiian League In the early 1800s, the Kingdom of Hawaii was formed. It managed independence for less than a century before it joined America, its downfall brought about by the Hawaiian League. This society was formed by two hundred rich European and American men who were not happy with King Kalakaua, claiming he was extravagant; in fact they were concerned at their lack of power over Hawaii. Lorrin A Thurston wrote a constitution in 1887 which formed the basis of the Hawaiian League; there are no surviving copies of the document. In under twelve months, the society had attracted four hundred and five members but it was not a harmonious group as they could not agree on what they wanted: some of the members sought to join America whilst others hoped for an independent republic. They did all agree that they wanted rid of Queen Liliuokalani, who had become the monarch two years previously. The Hawaiian League made friends with the Honolulu Rifles, a paramilitary group, who aided them to overthrow the queen in 1893. Hawaii became a republic for the next fives years, after which it was made a territory of the United States. Eleven years later, in 1959, it was named as the fiftieth state. 6. The Bilderberg Group Next up we have an elite group which hosts an annual gathering of around a hundred and fifty of the world's most influential people - think business, academia, media and finance as well as country leaders such as prime ministers and presidents. The Bilderberg Group was set up in 1954 in order to bring together these important people as one. The club is run by a group of representatives from eighteen different countries - primarily from Europe and America - with each nation putting forward two people. Meetings are highly secretive and so have attracted negative theories about what goes on and what is influenced by them. There are claims that the Bilderberg Group was behind the Great Depression as well as many of the worst terrorist acts. Due to the influence of the people involved, and the lack of transparency, the Bilderberg Group is one of the most dangerous groups in the world. And many more secret societies as listed below 5. Ashoka's Nine Unknown Men 4. The Carbonari 3. Freemasons 2. Sons of Liberty 1. Skulls and Bones Hope you enjoy our amazing facts video Thank You
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Broken Dreams William Butler Yeats Audiobook
 
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Broken Dreams William Butler Yeats Audiobook
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The Sick Rose - William Blake poem reading | Jordan Harling Reads
 
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https://jordanharlingreads.co.uk/the-sick-rose-william-blake/ ----------------------------------------------- Poetry reading of The Sick Rose by William Blake. Classic poem readings uploaded at midday (UK) every day. ----------------------------------------------- Find more poetry you'll love by subscribing to Jordan Harling Reads - https://goo.gl/HStr19 Follow Jordan Harling Reads on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/harlingreads Check out Jordan Harling Reads on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JordanHarlingReads/ ----------------------------------------------- Full poem text, public domain (also available in subtitles): O Rose thou art sick. The invisible worm, That flies in the night In the howling storm: Has found out thy bed Of crimson joy: And his dark secret love Does thy life destroy. The Sick Rose - written by William Blake Narrated by Jordan Harling ----------------------------------------------- Background music: https://musopen.org/music/2648/cesar-franck/lorganiste/ L'Organiste Pieces in D - no. 5 - composed by César Franck performed by Erik Jan Eradus (CC BY 3.0) ----------------------------------------------- Author image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AWilliam_Blake_by_Thomas_Phillips.jpg Thomas Phillips [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons -----------------------------------------------
A Prayer on Going into my House- Terry Champlin
 
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O, stay, Sweet Love from Anon. in Love by William Walton A Prayer on Going into my House (W.B. Yeats) by Terry Champlin Spoon River Duo Daniel Molkentin, tenor Paul Smith, classical guitar [email protected]
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The Sick Rose - William Blake - Audiopoem
 
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A Reading of "The Sick Rose" by William Blake. Narration by Tom B. Please subscribe: www.youtube.com/users/extremevolumepop1
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The Magi William Butler Yeats Audiobook
 
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The Magi William Butler Yeats Audiobook
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The Sick Rose a poem written by William Blake
 
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The first publication of "The Sick Rose" was in 1794, when it was included in William Blake's collection titled Songs of Experience as the 39th plate. Read by Jean Aked
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