WB Yeats - Cloths of Heaven - Final Stanza - Words in Porcelain
WB Yeats - Cloths of Heaven - final stanza
"but I being poor have only my dreams; I have spread my dreams under your feet; tread softly because you tread on my dreams"
'Words in Porcelain'
This would be a beautiful gift for a loved one - Wedding or Engagement. One of Yeats' most popular poems. Perhaps its brevity and simplicity is one reason why this Yeats poem is so loved. A beautiful poem where the message is straightforward, and a perennial one in poetry (and, indeed, song lyrics). The speaker, addressing his lover or would-be lover, says: if I were a rich man, I’d give you the world and all its treasures.
Materials - Porcelain Clay
Process - Raw Porcelain is rolled to create the tile, each letter is hand imprinted into the clay, which is first fired to bisque. Underglaze is then applied, and the piece is fired to 1290 degrees celsius, making it solid to withstand all elements. The art tile is then mounted onto a white box style frame (20x25 cm approx), with any inscription you would like written under the tile. Otherwise this will be left blank