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|Here is the original version (marred by the comma of the first line and the |
awkward phrase "on flowing" — all the worse because unhyphenated — in the
fifth): A pity beyond all telling, Is hid in the heart of love; The folk who are buying
|A PITY BEYOND ALL TELLING IS HID IN THE HEART OF LOVE” I KISS you, I |
love you, Your love has grown ; And you I find weeping, Softly, alone. The birds
are all singing Above in the sky 3 And your heart is shaken With love's weary cry.
|Bow down, archangels, in your dim abode: Before you were, or any hearts to beat|
, Wearv and kind one lingered by His seat; He made ...   The Pity of
Love A pity beyond all telling Is hid in the heart of love: The folk who are buying ...
|poem "The Pity of Love," which begins, "A pity beyond all telling/Is hid in the heart |
of love." The poet offers a list of the ordinary occurrences of daily life — the
market, the clouds passing by, and the wind— and then surprises us in a last line
|Frances Frederica Montrésor. CHAPTER II. "A PITY BEYOND ALL TELLING.' "A |
pity beyond all telling Is hid in the heart of love." W. B. Yeats. IT is strange to
realise in what different worlds the denizens of the same street live. The place, for
|Aristotle defines pity as “pain at . . . an appearing evil, destructive or painful, |
belonging to one who does not deserve to ... (in “The Pity of Love”) locates pity in
the deepest recesses of love: “A pity beyond all telling / Is hid in the heart of love.
|33 Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them, but not for love. |
WILLIAM ... trans, by Kate Hughes (1995). 37 A pity beyond all telling Is hid in the
heart of love. WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS, (1865-1939) Irish poet. "The Pity of ...
|An enfolding of immeasurable cares which yet are better than any joys outside |
our love.'39 Byron: '... all who joy would win/ Must share it, – Happiness was born
a twin.'40 Yeats: 'A pity beyond all telling/ Is hid in the heart of love.'41 The basic
|"I admire you Mr. O'Hara, and though I am very sad at what has happened I am |
not acting out of pity." "Pity? What's wrong with pity? 'A pity beyond all telling is
hid in the heart of love.' Do you know that line?" "No." "Yeats. And he's right: at the
|For example, the 1892 version of "The Pity of Love" had this appearance: A Pity |
beyond all telling Is hid in the heart of love; The folk who are buying and selling,
The stars of God where they move, The mouse-grey waters on flowing, The