Commissioned by Chris Caldwell of the Tom Caldwell Gallery, Belfast in 2005, with the participation of artists Basil Blackshaw, Colin Davidson, David Dubois and Jack Pakenham in response to Yates’s magnum opus, MOURNE, a large body of poems portraying his personal visions of the Kingdom of Mourne in Northern Ireland.
A suite of three high quality publications consisting of a large format paperback and limited edition hardback  with matching slipcase, designed by Davidson with images by Blackshaw. [The hardback version features additional poems and images, introduced by Pakenham.]
A lithograph pulled by David Dubois completes the suite.
‘….the way my mother had dreams come true
And talked to ghosts while knotting in wool the
Fleece of Mourne fields with names like Bethel,
Zion and Heaven, carried all her life a vision of
Corn being teased by the moon; I cannot put
Back or take down.’