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"The White Birds" is a 1892 poem that William Buttler Yeats wrote for Maude Goone, his beloved. In it, the poet describes his desire to become a bird, a seagull, so he can escape along with his lover to a distant shore, and live unaware of the social circumstances that keep them apart.
|Dances of Time: Winter||Elves Faces (Study)|
|The Secret Garden||Death and the Nightingale|
|Dances of Time: Summer||Melisandre|