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A Thought From Propertius

William Butler Yeats

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Added by: Leonard Cottrell
Soft rustling rhymes
the pattern is ABCD BADC
many people don't realize they are
hearing "head" r/w "side"
"knees" rhyme with "images"
"altar" r/w "centaur"
they only hear the final
"wine" r/w "line"

you should fix the capitalization in line six: At Pallas Athene's side. At present it reads At pallas Athene's Side.

One of the most beautiful poems I've ever read. Should be more like it.

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