‘May one, without breaking the fast, drink wine at any

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Like them that are no more alive.

‘May one, without breaking the fast, drink wine at any

BEAUTIFUL lofty things: O'Leary's noble head;

‘May one, without breaking the fast, drink wine at any

My father upon the Abbey stage, before him a raging crowd:

‘May one, without breaking the fast, drink wine at any

"This Land of Saints,' and then as the applause died out,

"Of plaster Saints'; his beautiful mischievous head thrown back.

Standish O'Grady supporting himself between the tables

Speaking to a drunken audience high nonsensical words;

Augusta Gregory seated at her great ormolu table,



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