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Crazy Jane On God

 That lover of a night
Came when he would,
Went in the dawning light
Whether I would or no;
Men come, men go;
All things remain in God.
Banners choke the sky; Men-at-arms tread; Armoured horses neigh In the narrow pass: All things remain in God.
Before their eyes a house That from childhood stood Uninhabited, ruinous, Suddenly lit up From door to top: All things remain in God.
I had wild Jack for a lover; Though like a road That men pass over My body makes no moan But sings on: All things remain in God.

by William Butler Yeats
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