Nations after nations saw revolutions where at least one renowned poet became revolutionary and in many cases laid down their lives in the struggle. They are all Yeats re-incarnated, that is how the revolutions and revolutionaries remember Yeats- a revolutionary poet turned into a poet-revolutionary. No single revolution in any part of the World went by or goes by without mentioning Yeats. We know Brecht, we also reminisce Yeats. The spirit of Irish-revolt, the essence of Irish-indomitable struggle owes its genesis to William Butler Yeats, one who left everything in Life for revolution and for love. He was awarded Nobel Prize in 1923 and left this mortal world in 1939 at the age of 73. Yeats remains in every revolutionary’s heart and will ever be.