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A Ballad of Baseball Burdens
A balmy spring wind *
A Boy's Mother
A choir of angels sang the praises of that *
A dryness is upon the house *
A free bird leaps *
A garden saw I, full of blossomy boughs
A Grave Song
A handful of old men walking down the village street
A leopard no more secret *
A Life for a Life (Oh, the comfort—)
A Line-Storm Song
A little fir grew in the midst of the wood
A little Madness in the Spring
A man is haunted by his father's ghost. *
A Match
A nasty surprise in a sandwich *
A Penitent Considers Another Coming of Mary *
A Psalm of Life
A Quiet Afternoon at Home *
A Ring Presented to Julia
A single flow'r he sent me, since we met. *
A sudden blow: the great wings beating still *
A Sweet disorder in the dresse
A tale that the poet Rückert told [preface line 1]
A Thought Suggested by the New Year
A Visit from St. Nicholas
A woman is queer, there's no doubt about that.
A Woman's Answer to a Man's Question
A Woman's Question [alt]
Abdelazer, or the Moor's Revenge (Love Arm'd)
Acquainted With the Night *
Adams and Liberty
Advice to an old man of sixty three about to marry a Girle of sixteen
After a man has been married awhile,
After Making Love We Hear Footsteps *
After the fierce midsummer all ablaze
Aging *
Ah tell me why you turn and fly [trans]
Airman's Ecstasy, An
All Boy *
All Night *
All night the flares go up; the Dragon sings
All night the knot in the shoelace *
Aloof within the day's enormous dome,
Always Hungry *
America for Me
An Airman's Ecstasy
An Epitaph *
An Essay on Criticism ('T is hard to say)
Anacreontic Song, The
And I Have You *
And ne’er shall the sons of Columbia be slaves, [line 8]
And now you're mine. Rest with your dream in my dream. * [trans]
Announced by all the trumpets of the sky,
Announcement *
Appeal to the Grammarians *
Ariel's Song
Around the corner there may be a man *
As though a gipsy maiden with dim look,
Ask me no more where Jove bestowes,
At last I can be with you! *
At Nightfall
At the Picture-Show
Autumn wind rises: white clouds fly. [trans]
Autumn Wind, The [trans]
Autumnal Equinox on Mediterranean Beach *

Back in the Vanished Country
Baite, The
Ballad of Baseball Burdens, A
Bat, The
Batchelors Song., The
Bathsheba's Song [alt]
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Battle Hymn of the Republic (Brought Down to Date) *
Bavarian Gentians *
Because You Asked About the Line Between Prose and Poetry *
Bedouin Song
Bedouin Love-Song [alt]
Bee in Church, The
Being Boring *
Bent double, like old beggars under sacks
Best of Time and Space, The [alt]
Best Thing in the World, The
Black Vulture, The
Blessings on the hand of women!
Blow, bugle, blow, set the wild echoes flying, [line 5]
Book of a Monastic Life, The (God speaks to each of us) * [trans]
Book of a Monastic Life, The (She who reconciles) * [trans]
Bottom of the Glass *
Boy and Girl *
Boy's Mother, A
Broad sun-stoned beaches, *
Bugle Song [alt]
"Buy, who'll buy," the pedlar sings, *
By the rude bridge that arched the flood,

Caged Bird *
Can any one say what fun there is
Cannibal Street *
Capture of Mr. Sun, The *
Care-charmer sleep
Carol of the Field-Mice [alt]
Casey at the Bat
Celtic Speech
Choice, The
Christmas Bells
Christopher Columbus *
Cleared Away *
Come, live with me and be my love, *
Come live with me and be my love,
Come live with mee, and bee my love,
Come to me in the silence of the night
Come to the pane, draw the curtain apart,
Come unto these yellow sands,
Come with rain, O loud Southwester!
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, Sept. 3, 1802
Concord Hymn
Conqueror Worm, The
Conundrums *
Cremation of Sam McGee, The
Crucifixion * [trans]
Cupid as he lay among
Current *

Daddy Fell into the Pond *
Danger of Procrastination, The [alt]
Day After The Day After Boxing Day, The *
Day Returns, My Bosom Burns, The
Day Zimmer Lost Religion, The *
Dead Leaves
Death be not proud, though some have called thee
Death in Moonlight *
Death of the Beautiful [alt]
Defence of Fort McHenry
Delight in Disorder
Demeter's Prayer to Hades *
Did I Miss Anything? *
Divide and Conquer *
Do you know you have asked for the costliest thing
Does the road wind up-hill all the way?
Double, double toil and trouble [line 10]
Dover Beach
Dover Bitch, The *
Down the dimpled green-sward dancing
Dragon and the Undying, The
Dulce et Decorum Est

Earth has not anything to show more fair
Easter Week
Ebb Tide
Echo of the clocktower, footstep *
Elegy for the Other Woman *
Entrée *
Epitaph, An *
Essay on Criticism, An ('T is hard to say)
Evening Song *
Everyone grumbled. The sky was gray. *
Evil *
Eye Mask *

Fairies, The
"Faith" is a fine invention
Fall in the Northland
Fall of the Leaves, The
Father of all! In every age,
Father To Son *
Fellowship of the Ring, The (I sit beside the fire and think) *
Female of the Species, The
Fifth of November, The
First there's the Bible,
Five hours, (and who can do it less in?)
Five Songs (That night when joy began) *
Five Ways to Kill a Man *
Flannan Isle
Flowers *
Folding clothes, *
Following his bath * [trans]
Foolish Fir-Tree, The
For Amy Lowell * [alt]
For everything under the sun, a time, a reason. *
For I can snore like a bullhorn *
For me, the naked and the nude *
Four Generations
Friendship [alt]
Friendship after Love
From Catullus
From our youth to our age
From outside my house * [trans]
From the Desert I come to thee
Full Fathom Five *
Full fathom five thy father lies; [line 14]
Full moon rising on the waters of my heart, *

Garden of Love, The
Genesis *
Genius of the Vague, The
Give me more love, or more disdain;
Give me women, wine, and snuff
Give me your tired, your poor, [line 10]
Glory be to God for dappled things-
Go loving woodbind, clip with lowly grace
God, A Poem *
God speaks to each of us as he makes us, * [trans]
Godlings are born racily. *
Going Home *
Good Evening *
Good evening! That sweet wish makes me most content; *
Grandpa and His "Dear"
Grave Song, A
Great Titanic, The
Green eyes, gold hair, great beauty, *
Griffy the Cooper

Habitation *
Had we but World enough, and Time,
Hag, The
Hall of Mirrors, The *
Hand that Rocks the Cradle is the Hand that Rules the World, The
Harlem *
Harvest-Home (Down the dimpled green-sward dancing)
Hate Poem *
Haunted Oak, The
Have you forgotten yet?...
He came home. Said nothing. *
He is carved in alabaster, he is called the Reading Boy, *
He Jests Concerning His Poverty
He's just "all boy!" I can't expect *
He said he would be back and we'd drink wine together *
He was found by the bureau of statistics to be *
Heading for the Light *
Heaven of Animals, The *
Here I lie close to the grave
Here in the teeth of this triumphant wind *
Here they are. The soft eyes open. *
Here's to the end of the century, lads,
Hero and Leander (Who Ever Loved, that Loved Not at First Sight?)
High Flight
Highwayman, The
Hod Putt
Hog Butcher for the World,
Holy Sonnets
Hot Sun, Cool Fire [alt]
Hot sunne, coole fire, temperd with sweet aire,
How chang'd the Scene! In blazing Height of Noon,
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
Hundred Best Books, The
Hymen's Triumph (Love is a sickness)
Hymn to Eros *
Hymn to the Dairymaids on Beacon Street

I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions *
I am so passing rich in poverty
I am the Comic Muse
I am the Tragic Muse
I am wild, I will sing to the trees,
I ask but one thing of you, only one,
I cannot tell what you say green leaves,
I crave, dear Lord,
I do not kneel at night, to say a prayer;
I envy not in any moods
I fly all the time, and still I'm afraid to fly. *
I gave my love a chain of gold
I grieve and dare not show my discontent,
I haled me a woman from the street,
I hate you truly. Truly I do. *
I have been here before,
I have been one acquainted with the night. *
I have been studying the difference *
I have got patronage, but am too lazy to use it; [trans]
I Hear America Singing.
I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear,
I heard the bells on Christmas day
I hold my honey and I store my bread *
I know I have the best of time and space, and was never measured and never will be measured
I know what the caged bird feels, alas!
I know why the caged bird sings! [last line]
I lafs und sings, und shumps aroundt.
I love you, *
I'm dreaming of a WHITE CHRISTMAS *
I met a traveler from an antique land
I Met This Guy Who Died *
I need so much the quiet of your love,
I Saw a Peacock, with a fiery tail,
I shall sing a song to you, *
I should like to live as a ballad maid
I Should Like to Live in a Ballad World
I sit beside the fire and think *
I sometimes hold it half a sin
I went to the Garden of Love,
I wonder do you feel to-day
I'VE a pocketful of emptiness for you, my Dear.
I've wandered around with nothing more than time on my hands *
I went to the Garden of Love,
If all the world and love were young,
If love were what the rose is,
If Mary came would Mary *
If We Must Die
If we must die - let it not be like hogs
If you ask me "What's new?", I have nothing to say *
Ike Walton's Prayer
In Egypt's sandy silenec, all alone,
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
In Honor of David Anderson Brooks, My Father *
In Memoriam A.H.H. (I envy not in any moods)
In Memoriam A.H.H. (I sometimes hold it half a sin)
In Memoriam A.H.H. (Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky)
In Praise of My Bed *
In Praise of Self-Depreciation *
In Their Glad Playing-Time *
In their glad playing time, like windflowers down the *
In this dark I rest, *
In warlike pomp, with banners flowing,
In youth, it was a way I had *
Incident *
Indian Summer *
Inscription for a Grammar *
Invocation to Rain in Summer
Is it Ulysses that approaches from the east, *
It is common knowledge to every schoolboy and even every Bachelor of Arts *
It is madness * [trans]
It Is Not Always May
It is the light *
It lies not in our power to love or hate,
It sleeps among the thousand hills
It was like a church to me *
It was on one Monday morning just about one o'clock
It was sad when that great ship went down, [line 5]
It's all a farce,—these tales they tell
It's the season of birdsong. * [trans]

January 1 *
January, 1795
Jenny Kissed Me
Jenny Merely Kissed Me *
Joy of Childhood, The [alt]
Joy shall be yours in the morning [line 5]
Julia, I bring

Katie Casey was baseball mad,
Kick Under the Table, The

Lady's Dressing Room, The
Lager Beer
Land of the West! though passing brief the record of thine age,
Landlord's Tale, The [alt]
Last Party, The
Late evening finally * [trans]
Latest Decalogue, The
Laws, as we read in ancient sages,
Layabout *
Lazy Man's Song [trans]
Leal, The *
Leda and the Swan *
Lesbia for ever on me rails; [trans]
Lesbia Rails [alt]
Let martial note in triumph float,
Let me grow lovely, growing old- *
Liberal Nature did dispence
Life for a Life, A (Oh, the comfort—)
Like a Dog with a bottle, fast ti'd to his tail,
Limited, The *
Line-Storm Song, A
Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Litany *
Little girls smearing *
Little Orphant Annie
Little Orphant Annie’s come to our house to stay,
Lo! 't is a gala night
Lonelier than dew *
Long afterward, Oedipus, old and blinded, walked the *
Look across the road there, by the bus stop, *
Look, The
Looks like what drives me crazy *
Love *
Lord of the far horizons,
Love and Friendship
Love and Poetry
Love Arm'd [alt]
Love Armed [alt]
Love in Phantastique Triumph sat,
Love is a sickness full of woes
Love is like the wild rose-briar,
Love is not all; it is not meat nor drink *
Love of King David and Fair Bethsabe, The (Hot sunne, coole fire)
Lovers More Than Sisters *
Love's Labour's Lost (When daisies pied, and violets blue,)
Loving in Truth

Macbeth (Double, double toil and trouble)
Madam! permit a Muse that has been long
Marriage is not *
Masque of the Gypsies, The (The faiery beame upon you)
Márgarét are you gríeving
Match, A
May her plane explode * [revision]
May the plane of the other woman explode *
Meaning *
Mediocrity in Love Rejected
Memorial Day
Memoriam A.H.H., In (I envy not in any moods)
Memoriam A.H.H., In (I sometimes hold it half a sin)
Memoriam A.H.H., In (Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky)
Merry Autumn
Midnight *
Midsummer *
Midsummer, Tobago *
Miles Standish *
Miles Standish was a little man, a soldier from his youth *
"...miles to go before I sleep," says Frost, *
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord:
Mine eyes have seen the orgy of the launching of the Sword; *
Mirror *
Moor, The *
Mrs. Darwin *
My Childhood-Home I See Again
My childhood's home I see again.
My children always say they're "starved." *
my dreams, my works, must wait till after hell *
My Father's Hats *
My gift for the child: *
My Little March Girl
My Madonna
My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun
My mother she's so good to me,
My Uncle Terwilliger Waltzes with Bears *
Myth *

Naked and the Nude, The *
Nativities *
Never forgetful silence fall on thee,
New Colossus, The
Night Before Christmas, The [alt]
No Platonic Love
No sun—no moon!
Nonsense Rhyme *
Not by planning and not by choosing *
Not every man has gentians in his house *
Not exactly disembodied, but speaking from no mouth, *
Not in the swaying of the summer trees,
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
Nothing. When we realized you weren't here *
November Blue
Now fie upon him! what is Man,
Now winter nights enlarge
Nude Descending A Staircase *
Nursery Rhymes for the Tender-Hearted (Scuttle, scuttle, little roach)
Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd, The

O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done,
O Eros, silently smiling one, hear me. *
O gentle, gentle summer rain,
O heavenly colour, London town
O Karma, Dharma, pudding and pie, *
O LOVE, how thou art tired out with rhyme!
O love me truly! [line 5]
O painter who painted me *
O ! say can you see by the dawn's early light,
O Spirit of the Summertime !
O suns and skies and clouds of June,
O tenderly the haughty day
Observant of the way she told
Och, what's the good o' spinnin' words
October is Speaking
October's Bright Blue Weather
Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat
Ode out of Longinus, Sapho's [trans]
Ode, Sung in the Town Hall, Concord, July 4, 1857.
Office, The
Oh, greenly and fair in the lands of the sun,
Oh, how I love Humanity, *
Oh, the comfort—
Old man, you surface seldom *
Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth
Oh, we have had great lovers that we followed to the pyre; *
On a March Day *
On a Pair of Garters
On a Stupendous Leg of Granite [alt]
On Monsieur's Departure
On the day after the day after Boxing Day *
On the Death of a Beautiful Girl
Once riding in old Baltimore, *
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Once you left love with me *
One Perfect Rose *
OTHER loves may sink and settle, other loves may loose and slack,
Our Lovers *
Our Story *
Our twelve months go round and round, *
Over the river, and through the wood
Owed to New York
Ozymandias [by P.Shelley]
Ozymandias [by H.Smith]

Parliament of Fowls, The
Passionate Shepherd to His Love, The
Patched velvet chairs,
Path That Leads Nowhere, The
Path That Leads to Nowhere, The [alt]
Paul Revere's Ride
Pavement slip'ry; People sneezing;
Penitent Considers Another Coming of Mary, A
Perfect Light *
perhaps it was the red light *
Pied Beauty
Pippa Passes (The year's at the spring)
Pippa's Song [alt]
Poems of Passion Carefully Restrained so as to Offend Nobody [Poem XII] *
Portrait of the Artist as a Prematruely Old Man *
Pray why are you so bare, so bare,
Prayer *
Prayer for a Marriage *
Princess, The (Bugle Song)
Psalm of Life, A
Pumpkin, The

Quiet Afternoon at Home, A *

Rachel sings sweet —
Radio *
Rain has drops     Sun has shine *
Raleigh Was Right *
Raven, The
Reading Boy, The *
Refugee in America *
Remind me again—together we *
Requiem (Crucifixion) * [trans]
Righteous Wrath
Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky
Ring Presented to Julia, A
Rising of the Storm, The
Rivals, The
Road Less Traveled, The [alt]
Road Not Taken, The
Romantics *
Russian Greatcoat, The *

Sail-bellyer, exciter of boys, come bang *
Sapho's Ode out of Longinus [trans]
Savor the hour as it comes. Preserve it in amber. *
Say to me only *
Schoolyard in April *
Scuttle, scuttle, little roach
Scythetree *
Sea and the Mirror, The (Preface) *
SEASON of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Second Coming, The
See the land, her Easter keeping,
7 April 1852 *
Sexagenarius Loquitur
Shakespearean Sonnet *
She came at twilight yestere'en,
She is as in a field a silken tent *
She leans across a golden table, *
She Powders Her Nose
She sits with eyes intent upon the screen,
She Walks in Beauty
She who reconciles the ill-matched threads * [trans]
She wields heaven like so much clay at the tips of her fingers
Shepherd to the Poet, The
Shrinking Lonesome Sestina, The *
Sidekicks *
Silken Tent, The *
since feeling is first *
Since there's no help, come, let them kiss and part- *
Since there's no help, come let us kiss and part;
Smoke *
Smoke from chimneys *
Snowstorm, The [alt]
Snow-Storm, The
So much to do: so little done!
So scary
So there stood Matthew Arnold and this girl *
Some men never think of it. *
Somebody's Mother
Something is very gently *
Somewhere in everyone's head something points toward home, *
Song [by T.Carew]
Song * [by C.Day Lews]
Song * [by W.D.Snodgrass]
Song of Myself (Still Lies the Midnight)
Song of Myself (The Best of Time and Space)
Song in Praise of Miss Isabella Johnston
Song of the Angels at the Nativity of our Blessed Saviour.
Sonnets from the Portuguese (How do I love thee?)
Sorting Laundry *
Sotto Voce *
Sparrows were feeding in a freezing drizzle. *
Speak to me, aching heart: what *
Spring and Fall
Star-Spangled Banner, The [alt]
Stars and Stripes Forever, The
Starting at Dawn *
Still Lies the Midnight [alt]
Still to Be Neat
Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening * [by R.Frost]
Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening * [by A.Goldbarth]
Strange Music, The
Strephon kissed me in the spring,
Stretch'd and still lies the midnight,
Sudden Light
Summer * [trans]
Summer (Torrents Pour)
Sunday mornings I would reach *
Suzanne takes you down *
Swamp Fox, The
Sweet beast, I have gone prowling, *
Sweetly solemn see them stand,
Swift was sweet on Stella;

Take her, break her [trans]
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant *
Tell me a word *
Tell me, Was Venus more beautiful
Tell me no more of minds embracing minds,
Tell me not, in mournful numbers,
Tell me not (Sweet) I am unkinde
Tell Me Why [trans, alt]
Tempest, The (Ariel's Song)
Tempest, or The Enchanted Island, The (Where does proud Ambition dwell?)
Thanksgiving Day
That all should change to ghost and glance and gleam, *
That night when joy began *
That out of sight is out of mind
The 10.19 will call at Sideways Glance, *
The aged catch their breath, *
The American Spirit Speaks: [Introductory line]
The Anacreontic Song
The anguish of the earth absolves our eyes
The Autumn Wind [trans]
The back of the picture says:
The Baite
The Bat
The Batchelors Song.
The Bee in Church
The Best of Time and Space [alt]
The Best Thing in the World
The birches that dance on the top of the hill
The Black Vulture
The Book of a Monastic Life (God speaks to each of us) * [trans]
The Book of a Monastic Life (She who reconciles) * [trans]
The Bottom of the Glass *
The burden of hard hitting. Slug away
The buzzard has nothing to fault himself with. *
The Capture of Mr. Sun *
The cells divide. The cells that will not die *
The ceremonies of the day have ceased, *
The Choice
The Conqueror Worm
The cooper should know about tubs.
The Cremation of Sam McGee
The Danger of Procrastination [alt]
The Day After The Day After Boxing Day *
The day returns, my bosom burns,
The Day Zimmer Lost Religion *
The Dover Bitch *
The Dragon and the Undying
The early *
The fairy beam upon you [mod]
The faiery beame upon you
The Fairies
The Fall of the Leaves
The Fellowship of the Ring (I sit beside the fire and think) *
The Female of the Species
The Fifth of November
The first Sunday I missed Mass on purpose *
The Foolish Fir-Tree
The friends I made have slipped and strayed, *
The Garden of Love
The Genius of the Vague
The golden-rod is yellow;
The Gods are not more blest than he, [trans]
The Great Titanic
The Hag is astride,
The Hall of Mirrors *
The Hand that Rocks the Cradle is the Hand that Rules the World
The Haunted Oak
The Heaven of Animals *
The Highwayman
The Hundred Best Books
The Joy of Childhood [alt]
The Kick Under the Table
The Lady's Dressing Room
The lake's dark breast
The Landlord's Tale [alt]
The Last Party
The Latest Decalogue
The Leal *
The leaves fade to umber
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down *
The Limited *
The line-storm clouds fly tattered and swift.
THE little Moth round candle turning,
The Look
The Love of King David and Fair Bethsabe (Hot sunne, coole fire)
The Masque of the Gypsies (The faiery beame upon you)
The modern biographers worry *
The more we live, more brief appear
THe Myrtle of VENUS with BACCHUS'S Vine. [line 9]
The Moor *
The Naked and the Nude *
The nestling church at Ovingdean
The New Colossus
The Night Before Christmas [alt]
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
The Office
The outlook wasn't brilliant for the Mudville nine that day;
The Parliament of Fowls
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
The Path That Leads Nowhere
The Path That Leads to Nowhere [alt]
The Princess (Bugle Song)
The Pumpkin
The Raven
The Reading Boy *
Remember, remember!
The Rising of the Storm
The Rivals
The Road Less Traveled [alt]
The Road Not Taken
The Russian Greatcoat *
The Sea and the Mirror (Preface) *
The sea is calm tonight.
The Second Coming
The Shepherd to the Poet
The Shrinking Lonesome Sestina *
The Silken Tent *
The Snowstorm [alt]
The Snow-Storm
The splendor falls on castle walls
The Star-Spangled Banner [alt]
The Stars and Stripes Forever
The Strange Music
The sun is a lion *
The sun is bright,—the air is clear,
The sun is shining, the grass is green, *
The Swamp Fox
The tear another's tears bring forth,
The Tempest (Ariel's Song)
The Tempest, or The Enchanted Island (Where does proud Ambition dwell?)
The third rail *
The thirsty Earth soaks up the Rain,
The Thracian Filly [trans, alt]
The Thread *
The time you won your town the race
The times have proved my judgement bad. *
The tofu that's shown up overnight in this house is frightening *
The Transmutation *
The undersigned desires, in a modest sort of way,
The Unknown Citizen *
The Unknown Soldier *
The Unnamed Lake
The Vanished Country
the war is on the kitchen table
The Water Babies (When all the world is young, lad,)
The Weather in Verse
The Wicked Fairy at the Manger *
The Wind in the Willows (Carol of the Field-Mice)
The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,
The woman was old and ragged and gray
The World as Meditation *
The world is too much with us; late and soon,
The World State *
The Wounded Cupid
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald *
The year's at the spring
The young the lovely pass away
There are lots of queer things that discoverers do *
There are many cumbersome ways to kill a man: *
There are many kinds of hatred, as many kinds of fire;
There are strange things done in the midnight sun
There are words like Freedom *
There is a Garden in her face,
There is the woman *
There is where I am:— *
There's a graveyard near the White House *
There's a path that leads to Nowhere
There's a tear in your eye,
There were two cheerful pronouns *
There you are, in all your innocence, *
They lie at rest, our blessed dead;
They were never handsome and often came *
This alone is what I wish for you: knowledge *
This mirror, fine-spun chromium, *
This was the moment when Before *
Thou blossom bright with autumn dew,
Thou dread, uncanny thing,
Thou shalt have one God only; who
"Though three men dwell on Flannan Isle
Thought Suggested by the New Year, A
Thracian Filly, The [trans, alt]
Thread, The *
Three Days
Three Words
Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd.
Through the Looking Glass (Jabberwocky)
'T is hard to say if greater want of skill
'Tis fine to see the Old World, and travel up adn down
'Tis the Last Rose of Summer
Titanic (Husbands and Wives) [alt]
To a Blank Sheet of Paper
To a Friend
To a Lady on Her Passion for Old China
To an Athlete Dying Young
To Anacreon in Heav'n, where he sat in full Glee,
To Anacreon in Heaven [alt]
To Autumn
To his Coy Mistress
To Lucasta, Going to the Wars
To Madam Bhen
To Morrow you will live, you always cry;
To One That Asked Me Why I Loved J.G.
To the Fringed Gentian
To the Judge of Right and Wrong
To the monk Dúc Son at Thanh-phong Monastery *
To the Thawing Wind
To You, Remembering the Past
Toe after toe, a snowing flesh, *
Torrents Pour [alt]
Transmutation, The *
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
'Twas on a lofty vase's side,
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
'Twas three an' thirty years ago,
Two in the Campagna
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

Under the waning moon *
Universal Prayer
Unknown Citizen, The *
Unknown Soldier, The *
Unnamed Lake, The
Up the airy mountain,
Up to the top of the haunted turf
Us Potes

V-Day *
Vanished Country, The
Variations on Ecclesiastes *
Vegetarian Physics *
Venus Transiens
Verses Written for the Official Benefit for the Relief of Belgian Women and Children
Veterans' Cemetery *
Views *
Villagers all, this frosty tide
Visit from St. Nicholas, A
Vulgar of manner, overfed,

Waiting for Icarus *
Walter De La Mare Tells His Listeners About Jack and Jill
Waltzes with Bears * [alt]
Wan-visaged thing! thy virgin leaf
war is on the kitchen table, the
Water Babies, The (When all the world is young, lad,)
We cannot go to the country *
We caroused *
"We follow where the Swamp Fox guides,
We'll wake in the morn' and sparkles will be
We, the naturally hopeful, *
We walk on starry fields of white
We Wear the Mask
We were very tired, we were very merry—
We would climb the highest dune, *
Weather in Verse, The
What ecstasies her bosom fire!
What happens to a dream deferred? *
What It Is * [trans]
What punch-drunk duffer baked a ham entrée *
What the heart of the young man [preface line 1]
Whatever's good or bad or both *
What's the best thing in the world ?
When all the world is young, lad,
When daisies pied and violets blue
When I die, I will see the lining of the world. *
When I finally read Genesis to the children, *
When I heard the learn'd astronomer;
When I was one-and-twenty
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
When the Himalayan peasant meets the he-bear in his pride,
When the long day goes by
When the warrior returns, from the battle afar,
When we are old one night and the moon *
When We Two Parted
When we were parted, sweet, and darkness came,
When you are old and gray and full of sleep,
Where does proud Ambition dwell?
While my children swim off the breakwater, *
Which way are you goin'? *
While Shepherds watch'd their Flocks by Night
White Christmas *
White Towels *
Who Ever Loved, that Loved Not at First Sight? [alt]
Whose woods these are I think I know. *
Why do I love? go ask the glorious sun
Wicked Fairy at the Manger, The *
Wild Nights - Wild Nights!
Wind in the Willows, The (Carol of the Field-Mice)
Wind-swung, pine-shaded gate and moonlit court— *
Witches *
With Kit, Age 7, at the Beach *
Woman's Answer to a Man's Question, A
Woman's Question, A [alt]
Woman's Voice
World as Meditation, The *
World State, The *
Wounded Cupid, The
wreath of misty breathy words of
Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, The *

Ye sons of Columbia, who bravely fought,
You are the bread and the knife, *
You are tired, *
You are young, and I am older;
You loved me for a little, *
You say you love; but with a voice
You sing, and your voice peels the husk * [trans]
Young and Old [alt]