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CHARLES AUGUSTUS MILVERTON, by GAVIN EWART    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Lady eva brackwell, the most lovely debutante of last
Last Line: To the illegal?
Subject(s): Crime And Criminals; Debutantes; Sherlock Holmes; Villains In Literature

DAY OF THE DEBUTANTE TEA, by GWEN HEAD    Poem Source                
First Line: The day of the debutante tea, the exterminator
Last Line: It felt at last so clean a thing to die
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTE, by GUY WETMORE CARRYL    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Today dawned not upon the earth as other days have done
Last Line: That laughing spring was at the wing, and waiting for her cue!
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTE, by EUGENE FIELD    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Have you got the jellies made, mother?
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTE, by HENRY TYRRELL    Poem Source                
First Line: The music dwells upon its dying chord
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTE'S BOQUETS, by M. D. HATCH    Poem Source                
First Line: Weary? I am as limp as that white glove
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTES, by NICOLE DONNELLY    Poem Source                
First Line: That was the summer my roommate kept getting flowers
Last Line: With good posture, %and waited
Subject(s): Courtship; Debutantes; Flowers

DEBUTANTES, by KIM MILLER    Poem Source                
First Line: It was better when daddy paid
Last Line: For that perfect, newspaper smile
Subject(s): Debutantes

DEBUTANTRUM, by WILLIAM ROSE BENET    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O pansy-eye, o polished face
Subject(s): Debutantes

HISTORY OF A DEBUTANTE, by MARC MUNROE DION    Poem Source                
First Line: Their father bought them the education, limitations
Subject(s): Debutantes

THE LATEST TOAST, by RAYMOND W. WALKER    Poem Text                
First Line: Now rank and beauty's all agog
Last Line: Sir gay's obscure relation.
Subject(s): Debutantes; Toasts; Yale University

First Line: You trip, o youth incarnate, down the stairs
Last Line: With cheery gusto into supper thrice!
Subject(s): Debutantes; Teenagers