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WHAT IS POPULAR POETRY?
SPEAKING TO THE PSALTERY
THE HAPPIEST OF THE POETS
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A. H. BULLEN ancient artist beauty become believe body cave Celtic colour Dante death delight desire divine Divine Comedy dramatic dreams emotion enchanted eternal Evil evoker of spirits eyes flame fountain gathered hand happy heard heart heaven Ideas images imagination immortal intellectual Ireland Irish Kalevala labour Lady Gregory Laon legends less light literature living lover magic Matthew Arnold melancholy memory memory of nature mind modern moon mortal move nature never painted Paradise passed passion perfect philosophy play poems poet poetry popular poetry praise Prometheus Unbound Psaltery remember rhythm river Scholar Gipsy seemed seeress shadow Shakespeare shape Shelley Shelley's song soul speak spoke Star stone story Stradanus Stratford-on-Avon subtle symbols tell theatre things thou thought tion tradition trations Tree understand verses vision voice W. B. YEATS William Blake wisdom woman words write wrote