By W. B. Yeats (auth.)
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I would have him balance Christ who, crucified standing up, went into the abstract sky soul and body, A VISION and I see him altogether separated from Plato's Athens, from all that talk of the Good and the One, from all that cabinet of perfection, an image from Homer's age. When it was already certain that he must bring himself under his own curse did he not still question, and when answered as the Sphinx had been answered, stricken with the horror that is in Gulliver and in the Fleurs du Mal, did he not tear out his own eyes?
Put on these boots', he said. ' I was in such a panic, and everything so like a dream, that I did what I was told. He dropped my muddy socks out of the window and said, 'You need not say what you have done, unless you care to tell Robartes. ' He A VISION brought me here. All I need add is that I have lived in this house since that night some six or seven months ago, and that it is a great relief to talk ~o people of my own generation. You at any rate cannot sympathise with a horrible generation that in childhood sucked Ibsen from Archer's hygienic bottle.
Next morning when I came down to breakfast I learnt that Mr. Bell had died in his sleep a little before daybreak. Mary did not come down, and when I saw her some hours later she spoke of nothing but the boy. 'We must devote our whole lives to him. You must think of his education. ' "At the funeral Mary noticed an old, unknown man among the neighbours and dependents, and when the funeral was over he introduced himself as Mr. Owen Aherne. He told us of scenes that had risen before Mr. Robartes' eyes on several successive mornings as he A VISION awaited his early tea.
A Vision by W. B. Yeats (auth.)