The poem is named for a little unpopulated island within Lough Gill, County Sligo known to Yeats from boyhood summer holidays. His inspiration came from homesickness & a "sudden" childhood memory of Innisfree that came to him while walking London’s bleakly urban Fleet Street in 1888. He called it " my first lyric with anything in its rhythm of my own music.”. Makes a thoughtful gift for any occasion, especially weddings, house warmings & anniversaries. It's perfect as a 4th Anniversary linen gift. Looks lovely framed (frame not included but see foot of page for framing tips). Silk screen Print in classic slate grey typeface printed on white or unbleached natural Irish linen. These are hand drawn silk screen prints & whilst generally uniform, no two are precisely alike.