"Invective Against Swans" is a poem by Wallace Stevens from his first book of poetry, Harmonium (1923).
| Invective against Swans
The soul, O ganders, flies beyond the parks
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... "Invective Against Swans" was first published in Harmonium, prior to 1923 and is therefore in the public domain ...
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“I know of the sleepy country, where swans fly round
Coupled with golden chains, and sing as they fly.
A king and a queen are wandering there, and the sound
Has made them so happy and hopeless, so deaf and so blind
With wisdom, they wander till all the years have gone by....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)