Today we celebrate 150th anniversary of the birthday of Irish poet and dramatist, William Butler Yeats.
The following lines are from one of his plays, Land of Heart's Desire, first performed in the spring of 1894, at the Avenue Theatre in London:
"Once a fly dancing in a beam of the sun,
Or the light wind blowing out of the dawn,
Could fill your heart with dreams none other knew"
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