The Poet Pleads with his Friend for Old Friends

William Butler Yeats2018年04月22日'Command+D' Bookmark this page

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Though you are in your shining days,

Voices among the crowd

And new friends busy with your praise,

Be not unkind or proud,

But think about old friends the most:

Time’s bitter flood will rise,

Your beauty perish and be lost

For all eyes but these eyes.


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