On being asked for a War Poem by William Butler Yeats
I think it better that in times like these A poet's mouth be silent, for in truth We have no gift to set a statesman right; He has had enough of medding who can please A young girl in the indolence of her youth, Or an old man upon a winter's night.
On being asked for a War Poem - William Butler Yeats
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