Sunday, January 11, 2009

The complex poetry of William Yeats paired with subtle, fresh unisex scent, artfully created cold process soap

Lovey batch of soap paired with Yeats
This batch of cold processed soap turned out so beautifully and has such a hauntingly clean fragrence, sort of masculine, I thought it would be perfectly paired with a poem from William Yeats.

"When You're Old and Gray" by William Yeats

When You're old and gray
Full of sleep
and nodding by the fire
Take down this book
And slowly read

And dream of the soft look your eyes had once
And of their shadows deep
How many loved
your moments of glad grace
And loved
your beauty with false but true

But one man
loved the pilgrim soul in you
And loved the signs
of your changing face
And bending down
beside the glowing bars

Murmur a little sadly
"How love fled
And paced above
the mountains overhead
And his face amingst
a cloud of stars"

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