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Quotation by William Butler Yeats
Had I but awakened from sleep
And called her name, she had heard
It may be, and had not stirred,
That now, it may be, has found
The horn's sweet note and the tooth of the hound.
William Butler Yeats (1865–1939), Irish poet, playwright. "Two Songs of a Fool."
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