*Wait, I’m really subtle.

Oh for a magisterial voice

W. B. Yeats voice

The voice of choice of many a poet

A voice that rings true

The voice of the political poem

The strange voice of song

The voice of addiction

The Yeats voice, longing for perfection

The voice of imagery

The voice at times of confusion?

Hound Voice

You don’t necessarily have to like the voice, to appreciate their voice.

The voice of Thoor Ballylee

To be carved in stone at Thoor Ballylee”

From the grave – the voice of Yeats

“Drumcliffe” -Don’t tread on our dreams.

(c) Chris Black 2017.

*Anagram made of ‘William Butler Yeats’: borrowed from author Joseph O’Connor.

 

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