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Brown, Ford Madox    Poet's Biography
2 poems available by this author


FOR THE PICTURE, 'THE LAST OF ENGLAND'    Poem Text    
First Line: The last of england! O'er the sea
Last Line: She cannot see a void, where he will be.
Subject(s): Art & Artists; Farewell; Paintings & Painters; Woolner, Thomas (1825-1892); Parting


O.M.B. (DIED NOVEMBER, 1874)    Poem Text    
First Line: As one who strives from some fast steamer's
Last Line: Some vestige of your thought outspans the abysm!
Subject(s): Brown, Oliver Madox (1855-1874)



Ford, Charles Henri    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Ford, Charles Henry
1 poems available by this author


PLAINT (BEFORE A MOB OF 10,000 AT OWENSBORO, KY.)    Poem Text    
First Line: I, rainey betha, 22 / from the top branch of race-hatred look at you
Subject(s): Social Protest



Ford, Charles L.   
1 poems available by this author


THE SACRAMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: This is my body, which is given for you
Last Line: "and hear thy voice, ""arise, let us go hence."
Subject(s): Jesus Christ; Resurrection, The



Ford, Ford Madox    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Hueffer, Ford Hermann; Hueffer, Ford Madox
84 poems available by this author


A LULLABY    Poem Text    
First Line: We've wandered all about the upland fallows
Last Line: Sleep, liebchen, sleep, the stars are shooting.
Subject(s): Night; Sleep; Bedtime


A MASQUE OF THE TIMES O' DAY    Poem Text    
First Line: I am the dawn, beloved by those that watch
Last Line: These too shall pass away.
Subject(s): Day; Plays & Playwrights ; Time; Dramatists


A NIGHT PIECE    Poem Text    
First Line: As I lay awake by my good wife's side
Last Line: Above the hills.
Subject(s): Night; Singing & Singers; Bedtime; Songs


A PAGAN    Poem Text    
First Line: Bright white clouds and april skies
Last Line: When it's dark at four of a winter's night.
Subject(s): Paganism & Pagans


A SEQUENCE    Poem Text    
First Line: You make me think of lavender
Last Line: Ah, heart's desire, once more by the old fire stretch out thy hands.
Subject(s): Admiration; Farewell; Love; Parting


A SOLIS ORTUS CARDINE    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh, quiet peoples sleeping, bed by bed
Last Line: Give us your prayers!


A SUABIAN LEGEND    Poem Text    
First Line: God made all things
Last Line: So soon: so soon.)
Subject(s): Creation; Death; God; Dead, The


AFTER ALL    Poem Text    
First Line: Yes, what's the use of striving on?
Last Line: And all the rest's just waste—just waste of time.
Subject(s): Abandonment; Death; Forgetfulness; Desertion; Dead, The


ALDINGTON KNOLL; THE OLD SMUGGLER SPEAKS    Poem Text    
First Line: Al'ington knoll it stands up high
Last Line: Cater the marsh and crost the sea.
Subject(s): Death; Mountains; Dead, The; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


AN ANNIVERSARY    Poem Text    
First Line: Two decades and a minute
Last Line: Two decades and a minute.
Subject(s): Anniversaries; Time


AN END PIECE    Poem Text    
First Line: Close the book and say good-bye to everything
Last Line: As over the hill comes the morning.
Subject(s): Change; Sailing & Sailors; Seamen; Sails


AN IMITATION (TO M.M.)    Poem Text    
First Line: Come, my sylvia, let us rove
Last Line: Sporting o'er the velvet green.
Subject(s): Dramatists; Fairies; Man-woman Relationships; Nature; Plays & Playwrights ; Poetry & Poets; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); Elves; Male-female Relations; Dramatists


AND AFTERWARDS (A SAVAGE SORT OF SONG ON THE ROAD)    Poem Text    
First Line: Once I was a gallant and bold I
Last Line: "but I'll never again,"" etc."
Subject(s): Change; Man-woman Relationships; Male-female Relations


AT THE BAL MASQUE; COLUMBINE TO PIERROT    Poem Text    
First Line: Ah - ah- ah - if you ask for a love like that
Last Line: Qu'est c'-qu'est c'-qu'est c' que tu fais dans cette galère?
Subject(s): France; French Language; Love


AUCTIONEER'S SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Come up from the field
Last Line: Bid up!
Subject(s): Auctions; Farm Life; Agriculture; Farmers


AUTUMN EVENING    Poem Text    
First Line: The cold light dies, the candles glow
Last Line: But in the shadows, lo! Your eyes.
Subject(s): Autumn; Night; Seasons; Fall; Bedtime


BEGINNINGS; FOR ROSSETTI'S FIRST PAINTING    Poem Text    
First Line: Whether the beginnings of things notable
Last Line: And yet—it's just a question.
Subject(s): Art & Artists; Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (1828-1882)


CANZONE A LA SONATA (TO. E.P.)    Poem Text    
First Line: What do you find to boast of in our age
Last Line: Gape open—where's your grinning melody?
Subject(s): Ancestors & Ancestry; Youth; Heritage; Heredity


CHILDREN'S SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes wind and sometimes rain
Last Line: If things will always alter so.
Subject(s): Children; Weather; Childhood


CLAIR DE LUNE    Poem Text    
First Line: I should like to imagine
Last Line: Going over....
Subject(s): Moon


CLUB NIGHT    Poem Text    
First Line: There was an old man had a broken hat
Last Line: "and we'll dance all the village to its knees."
Subject(s): Dancing & Dancers; Grief; Love - Loss Of; Marriage; Old Age; Sorrow; Sadness; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


CONSIDER    Poem Text    
First Line: Now green comes springing o'er the heath
Last Line: "none striving, constraining none, and thinking not on death."
Subject(s): Death; Life; Dead, The


ENOUGH    Poem Text    
First Line: Long we'd sought for avalon
Last Line: The oars—yea, and yearned.
Subject(s): Avalon (Legend); Sea; Ocean


FINCHLEY ROAD    Poem Text    
First Line: As we come up at baker street
Last Line: And the twilight settling down on us.
Subject(s): Roads; Paths; Trails


FOUR IN THE MORNING COURAGE    Poem Text    
First Line: The birds this morning wakened me so early it was hardly day
Last Line: The starling waked me ere the day aping the thrush's sober tune).
Subject(s): Birds; Morning; Summer


FROM INLAND    Poem Text    
First Line: I dreamed that you and I were young
Last Line: That fled so bravely to its death.
Subject(s): Old Age; Past; Relationships; Youth


FROM THE SOIL (TWO MONOLOGUES)    Poem Text    
First Line: Aham a mighty simple man and only
Last Line: All over hill and dale. ...
Subject(s): Farm Life; God; Labor & Laborers; Agriculture; Farmers; Work; Workers


GRAY; FOR A PICTURE    Poem Text    
First Line: The firelight gilds the patterns on the walls
Last Line: And wonder who shall do the like again.
Subject(s): Death; Farm Life; Graves; Dead, The; Agriculture; Farmers; Tombs; Tombstones


GREY MATTER    Poem Text    
First Line: They leave us nothing
Last Line: Begins the ancient mystery anew.
Subject(s): Man-woman Relationships; Poetry & Poets; Women; Male-female Relations


HOW STRANGE A THING    Poem Text    
First Line: How strange a thing to think upon
Last Line: Doth bear us and our sin.
Subject(s): Astronomy & Astronomers; Curiosities & Wonders; Earth; Enigmas; Oddities; World


IN TENEBRIS    Poem Text    
First Line: All within is warm
Last Line: Let the light fall on my face.
Subject(s): Light; Longing; Waiting


IN THE LITTLE OLD MARKET-PLACE (TO THE MEMORY OF A.V.)    Poem Text    
First Line: It rains, it rains
Last Line: From wet dawn to wet dawn...
Subject(s): Markets; Rain; Supermarkets


IN THE STONE JUG    Poem Text    
First Line: Old days are gone
Last Line: Too shall come in with me out of the rain.
Subject(s): Capital Punishment; Crime & Criminals; Death; Sin; Hanging; Executions; Death Penalty; Dead, The


IN THE TRAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: Out of the window I see a dozen great stars, burning bright
Last Line: Shall the white stars wheel in their reverie.
Subject(s): Railroads; Stars; Railways; Trains


KING COPHETUA'S WOOING; A SONG DRAMA IN ONE ACT    Poem Text    
First Line: Could I but keep my beggar's staff
Last Line: Blue and low.
Subject(s): Begging & Beggars; Courts & Courtiers; Plays & Playwrights ; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens; Dramatists


LOVE IN WATCHFULNESS; UPON THE SHEEPDOWNS    Poem Text    
First Line: Sail, oh sail away
Last Line: You'll sail away.
Subject(s): Love


MAURESQUE (TO V.M.)    Poem Text    
First Line: To horse! To horse! The veil of night sinks softly down
Last Line: The crescent moon looks softly down.
Subject(s): Horseback Riding


MODERN LOVE    Poem Text    
First Line: Knee-deep among the buttercups, the sun
Last Line: That lies before us, you of the dear eyes.
Subject(s): Gardens & Gardening; Love


MOODS ON THE MOSELLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Sweet! Sweet! Sweet! Sings the bird upon the bough
Last Line: That our songs sing now.
Subject(s): Change; Mourning; Bereavement


NIGHT PIECE    Poem Text    
First Line: Ah, of those better tides of dark and melancholy
Last Line: They lie so deep.
Subject(s): Night; Bedtime


OLD MAN'S EVENSONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Tis but a teeny mite
Last Line: Home on the sod.
Subject(s): Men; Old Age


OLD WINTER    Poem Text    
First Line: Old winter's hobbling down the road
Last Line: He's not such a bad old fellow.
Subject(s): Seasons


ON A MARSH ROAD (WINTER, NIGHTFALL)    Poem Text    
First Line: A bluff of cliff, purple against the south
Last Line: Nor none look back upon this world folding to-night, to rain and to sleep.
Subject(s): Nature; Night; Winter; Bedtime


ON HEAVEN, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: And my dear one sat in the shadows; very softly she wept
Last Line: In front of a café in heaven.
Subject(s): Heaven; Paradise


ON THE HILLS    Poem Text    
First Line: Keep your brooding sorrows for dewy-misty hollows
Last Line: In the brooding hollows where no breezes are.
Subject(s): Mountains; Nature; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


PERSEVERANCE D'AMOUR; A LITTLE PLAY    Poem Text    
First Line: A pretty pass
Last Line: From the window-sill. Its wings clatter in the stillness.
Subject(s): Courts & Courtiers; France; Love; Plays & Playwrights ; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens; Dramatists


RHYMING    Poem Text    
First Line: The bells go chiming
Last Line: O'er high germany.
Subject(s): Germany; Rhyme; Germans


SEA JEALOUSY    Poem Text    
First Line: Cast not your looks upon the wan grey sea
Last Line: Of droned sea song.
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


SIDERA CADENTIA (ON THE DEATH OF QUEEN VICTORIA)    Poem Text    
First Line: When one of the old, little stars doth fall
Last Line: And the ultimate change that we fear feels a little less far.
Subject(s): Death; Victoria, Queen Of England (1819-1901); Dead, The


SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Purer than the day new-born
Last Line: Come soon!
Subject(s): Day; Nature; Night; Bedtime


SONG DIALOGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Is it so, my dear
Last Line: "now that day's begun."
Subject(s): Day; Night; Bedtime


SONG OF THE HEBREW SEER    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh would that the darkness would cover the face of the land
Last Line: The myriad, myriad sounds of the sea.
Subject(s): God; Jews; Prophecy & Prophets; Religion; Judaism; Theology


SONNET (SUGGESTED BY THE 'PHOEBUS WITH ADMETUS' BY GEORGE MEREDITH)    Poem Text    
First Line: After apollo left admetus' gate
Last Line: Had quickened their dead world? And, ah, his lute...
Subject(s): Apollo; Goddesses & Gods; Mythology; Mythology - Classical; Mythology - Greek; Sonnet (As Literary Form)


SPRING ON THE WOODLAND PATH    Poem Text    
First Line: So long a winter such an arctic night
Last Line: With the old hearts in this forgotten way?
Subject(s): Grief; Love; Relationships; Spring; Winter; Sorrow; Sadness


ST AETHELBURGA; FOR A PICTURE    Poem Text    
First Line: Queen, saint, evangelist; sweet, patient, fain to wait
Last Line: She enters through that gate.
Subject(s): Aethelburga Of Kent (D. 647); Christianity; Courts & Courtiers; Kent, England; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens


SUSSMUND'S ADDRESS TO AN UNKNOWN GOD (ADAPTED FROM HIGH GERMAN)    Poem Text    
First Line: My god, they say I have no bitterness
Last Line: And turn reformer.
Subject(s): God; Sussmund, Carl Eugen Von (1872-1910)


THANKS WHILST UNHARNESSING    Poem Text    
First Line: West'ring the last silver light doth gleam
Last Line: (he closes the stable door and enters the cottage.)
Subject(s): Gratitude; Horseback Riding


THE DREAM HUNT    Poem Text    
First Line: My lady rides a-hunting
Last Line: My heart and makes away.
Subject(s): Hunting; Love - Complaints; Man-woman Relationships; Hunters; Male-female Relations


THE EXILE    Poem Text    
First Line: My father had many oxen
Last Line: Of hirelings once queen's daughters and slaves the seed of kings.
Subject(s): African Americans; Slavery; Southern States; Negroes; American Blacks; Serfs; South (U.s.)


THE FACE OF THE NIGHT; A PASTORAL    Poem Text    
First Line: I have seen the night with her hair gemm'd with stars
Last Line: It continues through the night.
Subject(s): Faces; Legends; Night; Plays & Playwrights ; Bedtime; Dramatists


THE FEATHER    Poem Text    
First Line: I wonder dost thou sleep at night
Last Line: Friend of mine, my enemy.
Subject(s): Enemies; Friendship; Friendship - False Friends; Judas Iscariot (D. 30 A.d.); Fair Weather Friends


THE GIPSY AND THE CUCKOO    Poem Text    
First Line: Tell me, brother, what's a cuckoo, but a roguish chaffing bird?
Last Line: Were the sounds all organ pealing, psalm and song and prayer?
Subject(s): Birds; Cuckoos; Gypsies; Gipsies


THE GREAT VIEW    Poem Text    
First Line: Up here, where the air's very clear
Last Line: There is france.
Subject(s): Beauty; France; Nature


THE GYPSY AND THE TOWNSMAN    Poem Text    
First Line: Pleasant enough in the seed time
Last Line: There than here in the saddest month of the weariest year.
Subject(s): Gypsies; Towns; Weather; Gipsies


THE MOTHER; A SONG DRAMA    Poem Text    
First Line: It's I have conquered you
Last Line: Curtain.
Subject(s): Dust; Grass; Mothers; Nature; Plays & Playwrights ; Dramatists


THE OLD FAITH TO THE CONVERTS    Poem Text    
First Line: When the world is growing older
Last Line: But we—we shall never return.
Subject(s): Conversion; Faith; Belief; Creed


THE OLD LAMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: What maketh lads so cruel be?
Last Line: And never once look back!
Subject(s): Lament; Sailing & Sailors; Seamen; Sails


THE PEASANT'S APOLOGY    Poem Text    
First Line: Down near the earth
Last Line: Bitterness and blackness from the earth.
Subject(s): Grief; Peasantry; Sorrow; Sadness


THE PEDLAR LEAVES THE BAR PARLOUR AT DYMCHURCH    Poem Text    
First Line: Good night, we'd best be jogging on
Last Line: To sleep to-night.
Subject(s): Peddlers & Peddling


THE PORTRAIT    Poem Text    
First Line: She sits upon a tombstone in the shade
Last Line: And solves the riddles of the universe.
Subject(s): Life


THE SONG OF THE WOMEN; A WEALDEN TRIO    Poem Text    
First Line: When ye've got a child 'ats whist for want of food
Last Line: Singin' of the shepherds on that morn.
Subject(s): Christmas; Christmas Carols; Jesus Christ; Women; Nativity, The


THE STARLING    Poem Text    
First Line: It's an odd thing how one changes!
Last Line: Yes, it's strange how one changes! . . .
Subject(s): Starlings


THE THREE-TEN    Poem Text    
First Line: When in the prime and may day time dead lovers went a-walking
Last Line: Those maids, thank god! Are' neath the sod and all their generation.
Subject(s): Death; Love; Dead, The


THE UNWRITTEN SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: Now where's a song for our small dear
Last Line: And hush herself to sleep?
Subject(s): Singing & Singers; Songs


THE WIND'S QUEST    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh, where shall I find rest?
Last Line: Anarchist journal, the torch, in 1891.
Subject(s): Rest; Wind


THERE SHALL BE MORE JOY'       
First Line: The little angels of heaven


TO ALL THE DEAD    Poem Text    
First Line: A chinese queen on a lacquered throne
Last Line: To all the dead!
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


TO CHRISTINA AND KATHARINE AT CHRISTMAS    Poem Text    
First Line: Now christmas is a porter's-rest whereon to set his load
Last Line: For you and me!
Subject(s): Christmas; God; Jesus Christ; Nativity, The


TO CHRISTINA AT NIGHTFALL    Poem Text    
First Line: Little thing, ah, little mouse
Last Line: Ah, sweet! Do you the like where I lie dead.
Subject(s): Children; Night; Childhood; Bedtime


TWO FRESCOES    Poem Text    
First Line: Down there where europe's arms
Last Line: Rose over africa.
Subject(s): Africa; Art & Artists; Courts & Courtiers; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens


VIEWS    Poem Text    
First Line: Being in rome I wonder will you go
Last Line: When I may be your I, your rome my rome.
Subject(s): Love - Unrequited; Man-woman Relationships; Rome, Italy; Male-female Relations


VOLKSWISE    Poem Text    
First Line: A poor girl sat by a tower of the sea
Last Line: "just a token, just a glimmer of his ship's lant ... Horn?"
Subject(s): Man-woman Relationships; Sailing & Sailors; Waiting; Male-female Relations; Seamen; Sails


WIFE TO HUSBAND    Poem Text    
First Line: If I went past you down this hill
Last Line: And nought had passed of all that was of yore?
Subject(s): Marriage; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


WISDOM    Poem Text    
First Line: The young girl questions: 'whether were it better'
Last Line: "nor may till we be dead."
Subject(s): Death; Life; Rest; Wisdom; Dead, The



Ford, Janice   
2 poems available by this author


CHAFF    Poem Text    
First Line: Let me no more in fretful mood arise
Last Line: Nor this, my voice, be raised in cold disdain.


MY ROSE    Poem Text    
First Line: There is a lovely rose that never dies
Last Line: The fragrance that has made it mine.
Subject(s): Immortality; Youth



Ford (1586-1639), John   
6 poems available by this author


LINES TO JOHN WEBSTER ON HIS PLAY THE DUCHESS OF MALFI    Poem Text    
First Line: Crown him a poet, whom nor rome nor greece
Last Line: A lasting fame to raise his monument.
Subject(s): Webster, John (1580-1625)


LOVE'S SACRIFICE    Poem Text    
First Line: Depart the court?
Last Line: That ever here befell a sadder day. [exeunt.
Subject(s): Love - Complaints


PERKIN WARBECK    Poem Text    
First Line: Studies have of this nature been of late
Last Line: And often find a welcome to the muses.
Subject(s): Great Britain - History; Henry Vii, King Of England (1457-1509); Impostors & Imposture; English History; Fitzroy, Henry, Duke Of Richmond; Tudor, Henry


THE BROKEN HEART    Poem Text    
First Line: Our scene is sparta. He whose best of art
Last Line: The broken heart may be pieced-up again.
Subject(s): Love - Complaints; Marriage - Forced; Marriage - Arranged


THE LOVER'S MELANCHOLY    Poem Text    
First Line: To tell ye, gentlemen, in what true sense
Last Line: In this kind he'll not trouble you again.


TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE       
First Line: Dispute no more in this



Ford (17th Century-), John   
1 poems available by this author


TO MY FRIEND AND KINSMAN, JOHN FORD, AUTHOR OF 'PERKIN WARBECK'    Poem Text    
First Line: Dramatic poets, as the times go now
Last Line: Many may imitate, few match thy play.
Subject(s): Ford, John (1586-1639)



Ford, Mary A.   
1 poems available by this author


A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW    Poem Text    
First Line: The surging sea of human life forever onward rolls
Last Line: Beneath the shadow of thy throne a hundred years from now.
Subject(s): Religion; Theology



Ford, Nick Aaron   
1 poems available by this author


NIGHT AND A CHILD    Poem Text    
First Line: Dark grey clouds massed themselves
Last Line: The child dreamed of heaven.
Subject(s): Children; Childhood



Ford, Robert   
3 poems available by this author


BARBER WILLIE'S BONNIE DAUCHTER    Poem Text    
First Line: There leeves a lass in oor toun-en'
Last Line: Frae barber willie's bonnie dauchter!
Subject(s): Daughters; Shaving


CUPID IN THE TEMPLE    Poem Text    
First Line: I canna, winna cloak the fact
Last Line: But cease your sabbath descration!
Subject(s): Cupid; Love; Eros


TWA PU'D FLOWERS    Poem Text    
First Line: I pu'd a flower in yonder vale
Last Line: "my violet, that droop'd, and died."
Subject(s): Flowers



Ford, Simon   
3 poems available by this author


LONDONS REMAINS    Poem Text    
First Line: All you whose cheeks my londons obsequies
Last Line: More glorious by your overthrow.
Subject(s): London Fire (1666); Great Fire Of 1666


LONDONS RESURRECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: My salamander-muse, which newly sprung
Last Line: Ev'n so to die, that so she might arise.
Subject(s): London Fire (1666); Great Fire Of 1666


THE CONFLAGRATION OF LONDON, POETICAL DELINEATED    Poem Text    
First Line: What ayls the poet? What unwonted fire?
Last Line: That's such an one, and let him stand for me.
Subject(s): Langham, Sir John (1584-1671); London Fire (1666); Great Fire Of 1666



Ford (1580-1648), Thomas   
2 poems available by this author


PASSING BY    Poem Text    
First Line: There is a lady sweet and kind
Last Line: Yet will I love her till I die.
Subject(s): Fidelity; Faithfulness; Constancy


SINCE FIRST I SAW YOUR FACE I RESOLVED       



Martin, Herman Ford   
4 poems available by this author


FLAME    Poem Text    
First Line: It was april. In the orchard
Last Line: "go to search the city."
Subject(s): Wandering & Wanderers


HOME    Poem Text    
First Line: He left his office for the street
Last Line: He turned towards the sea.
Subject(s): Home; Sea; Ocean


HUNGER    Poem Text    
First Line: I have known hunger
Last Line: But he is crucified.
Subject(s): Crucifixion; Hunger; Jesus Christ - Crucifixion


O TRAVELER    Poem Text    
First Line: O traveler, what trenchant wonder
Last Line: And crowned you with a curse?
Subject(s): Experience; Travel; Journeys; Trips



Piper, Edwin Ford   
12 poems available by this author


ANNIE    Poem Text    
First Line: Maybe nine years, her hair in yellow braids
Last Line: Sang to her doll a formal lullaby.


BINDLESTIFF    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh, the lives of men, lives of men
Last Line: And remember mary's son.


GEE-UP DAR, MULES    Poem Text    
First Line: He stood up in our khaki with the poise
Last Line: "gwan-n, mules! Gee-up dar, mules!"
Subject(s): African Americans; Heroism; Negroes; American Blacks; Heroes; Heroines


HAVE YOU AN EYE    Poem Text    
First Line: Have you an eye for the trails, the trails
Last Line: Was never trimmed for shoe?
Subject(s): Cowboys


MEANWHILE    Poem Text    
First Line: The august sun had still two hours of sky
Last Line: How ease the watching of her wide-stretched eyes?


MOON-WORSHIP    Poem Text    
First Line: I hear them singing in the open spaces
Last Line: The worship of the moon.
Subject(s): Moon


POSTSCRIPT    Poem Text    
First Line: I am a maker of songs
Last Line: I am a lover of songs.


ROAD AND PATH    Poem Text    
First Line: O, road, and path, and path and road
Last Line: And the needs of folk long dead?
Subject(s): Roads; Paths; Trails


THE BANDED    Poem Text    
First Line: Who are the banded? Gather from the four
Last Line: Shall ask for health, a clean soul, and good neighbors.
Subject(s): Neighbors


THE BOY ON THE PRAIRIE    Poem Text    
First Line: At thirteen he first saw a railway train
Last Line: With grant and lincoln as his greatest men.
Subject(s): Children; Middle West; Prairies; Childhood; Midwest; Old Northwest; Central States; North Central States; Plains


THE GAMES    Poem Text    
First Line: Luck makes him head, he meets it pranksomely
Last Line: Youth, and romance, and music of the moon!
Subject(s): Children; Games; Childhood; Recreation; Pastimes; Amusements


WHOA, ZEBE, WHOA    Poem Text    
First Line: Saddle me up the zebra dun
Last Line: Whoa, till I hitch you, whoa!
Subject(s): Horseback Riding