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Quotation by William Butler Yeats
There, through the broken branches, go
The ravens of unresting thought;
Flying, crying, to and fro,
Cruel claw and hungry throat,
Or else they stand and sniff the wind....
William Butler Yeats (1865–1939), Irish poet, playwright. "The Two Trees."
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