Instead, they find inspiration in art, gradually restoring their health and will to live.
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There will also be the work of children who's parents were at the Donbas war. Ukrainians living in Ireland and everyone else who sympathises with Ukraine are welcome to visit the exhibition. Please check our Facebook page for more information about our upcoming exhibition followed by cake sale and art for kids throughout Saturday and Sunday. Add to Calendar. View Map View Map. Find out more about how your privacy is protected.
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Log in. Event Saved. Hearts with one purpose alone Through summer and winter seem Enchanted to a stone To trouble the living stream. The horse that comes from the road. The rider, the birds that range From cloud to tumbling cloud, Minute by minute they change;.
A shadow of cloud on the stream Changes minute by minute; A horse-hoof slides on the brim, And a horse plashes within it;. All rights reserved. Lines Hearts with one purpose alone Through summer and winter seem Enchanted to a stone To trouble the living stream. Now Yeats is starting to put on his serious hat.
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In these lines, he compares hearts that have only one purpose only to a stone that splashes into or "troubles" the living stream of history. Oh yeah, and we should mention here that Yeats isn't talking about hearts that have decided to rebel against their owners and jump out of people's chests.
He's using a device called synecdoche to use people's hearts as symbols for the entire person. So what he really means here is, "People who are devoted to a single purpose," kind of like the Irish fighters.
And on top of that, Yeats is comparing these people's "hearts" to a stone, which might sound kind of harsh at first. But he doesn't mean "cold and uncaring" when he talks about a stone here. He means that these people's sense of purpose is unmoveable and unchanging. Even though the seasons change like summer and winter, and the stream of life keeps moving and changing, these people's passion won't change even after they're dead.
Yeats' language is different here than earlier in the poem.
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By comparing the fighters to a rock, he's giving them a sort of respect that he hasn't earlier in the poem. Maybe he's finally starting to throw down some mad props for the dead.
Lines The horse that comes from the road. The rider, the birds that range From cloud to tumbling cloud, Minute by minute they change; In order to show us just how unchanging the fighters' passion was, Yeats decides to throw down a bunch of nature imagery to give us an example of things that actually do change over time.