Index of Titles

A Channel Passage The damned ship lurched and slithered. Quiet and quick 1908 - 1911
A Letter to a Live Poet Sir, since the last Elizabethan died, Appendix
A Memory (From a sonnet-sequence) Somewhile before the dawn I rose, and stept The South Seas
Ante Aram Before thy shrine I kneel, an unknown worshipper, 1905 - 1908
Beauty and Beauty When Beauty and Beauty meet 1912 - 1913
Blue Evening My restless blood now lies a-quiver, 1908 - 1911
Choriambics -- I Ah! not now, when desire burns, and the wind calls,
and the suns of spring
Choriambics -- II Here the flame that was ash, shrine that was void, Experiments
Clouds Down the blue night the unending columns press The South Seas
Dawn Opposite me two Germans snore and sweat. 1905 - 1908
Day and Night Through my heart's palace Thoughts unnumbered throng; 1908 - 1911
Day That I Have Loved Tenderly, day that I have loved, I close your eyes, 1905 - 1908
Dead Men's Love There was a damned successful Poet; 1908 - 1911
Desertion So light we were, so right we were, so fair faith shone, Experiments
Dining-Room Tea When you were there, and you, and you, 1908 - 1911
Doubts When she sleeps, her soul, I know, The South Seas
Dust When the white flame in us is gone, 1908 - 1911
Fafaia Stars that seem so close and bright, The South Seas
Failure Because God put His adamantine fate 1905 - 1908
Finding From the candles and dumb shadows, 1908 - 1911
Flight Voices out of the shade that cried, 1908 - 1911
Fragment on Painters There is an evil which that Race attaints Appendix
Fragment: "I strayed about the deck, an hour tonight" I strayed about the deck, an hour, to-night Appendix
Hauntings In the grey tumult of these after years The South Seas
He Wonders Whether to Praise or to Blame Her I have peace to weigh your worth, now all is over, The South Seas
Heaven Fish (fly-replete, in depth of June, The South Seas
Home I came back late and tired last night 1912 - 1913
In Examination Lo! from quiet skies 1905 - 1908
It's not going to happen again I have known the most dear that is granted us here, Appendix
Jealousy When I see you, who were so wise and cool, 1908 - 1911
Kindliness When love has changed to kindliness -- 1908 - 1911
Lines Written in the Belief That the Ancient Roman Festival of the Dead Was Called Ambarvalia Swings the way still by hollow and hill, 1908 - 1911
Love Love is a breach in the walls, a broken gate, 1912 - 1913
Lust How should I know? The enormous wheels of will 1908 - 1911
Mary and Gabriel Young Mary, loitering once her garden way, 1912 - 1913
Menelaus and Helen Hot through Troy's ruin Menelaus broke 1908 - 1911
Mummia As those of old drank mummia 1908 - 1911
Mutability They say there's a high windless world and strange, The South Seas
On the Death of Smet-Smet, the Hippopotamus-Goddess She was wrinkled and huge and hideous? She was our Mother. 1905 - 1908
One Day Today I have been happy. All the day The South Seas
Paralysis For moveless limbs no pity I crave, 1908 - 1911
Peace (I) Now, God be thanked Who has matched us with His hour, 1914
Pine-Trees and the Sky: Evening I'd watched the sorrow of the evening sky, 1905 - 1908
Retrospect In your arms was still delight, The South Seas
Safety (II) Dear! of all happy in the hour, most blest 1914
Seaside Swiftly out from the friendly lilt of the band, 1905 - 1908
Second Best Here in the dark, O heart; 1905 - 1908
Sleeping Out: Full Moon They sleep within. . . . 1905 - 1908
Sometimes even now I may Sometimes even now I may Appendix
Song Oh! Love, they said, is King of Kings, 1908 - 1911
Song All suddenly the wind comes soft, 1912 - 1913
Song The way of love was thus. Appendix
Sonnet (Suggested by some of the Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research) Not with vain tears, when we're beyond the sun, The South Seas
Sonnet Reversed Hand trembling towards hand; the amazing lights Appendix
Sonnet: "I said I splendidly loved you;
it's not true"
I said I splendidly loved you; it's not true. 1908 - 1911
Sonnet: "Oh! Death will find me,
long before I tire"
Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire 1908 - 1911
Sonnet: In Time of Revolt The Thing must End.I am no boy! I AM Appendix
Success I think if you had loved me when I wanted; 1908 - 1911
The Beginning Some day I shall rise and leave my friends 1905 - 1908
The Busy Heart Now that we've done our best and worst, and parted, 1912 - 1913
The Call Out of the nothingness of sleep, 1905 - 1908
The Charm In darkness the loud sea makes moan; 1908 - 1911
The Chilterns Your hands, my dear, adorable, 1912 - 1913
The Dance As the Wind, and as the Wind, Appendix
The Dead (III) Blow out, you bugles, over the rich Dead! 1914
The Dead (IV) These hearts were woven of human joys and cares, 1914
The Fish In a cool curving world he lies 1908 - 1911
The Funeral of Youth: Threnody The day that Youth had died, 1912 - 1913
The Goddess in the Wood In a flowered dell the Lady Venus stood, 1908 - 1911
The Great Lover I have been so great a lover: filled my days The South Seas
The Hill Breathless, we flung us on the windy hill, 1908 - 1911
The Jolly Company The stars, a jolly company, 1908 - 1911
The Life Beyond He wakes, who never thought to wake again, 1908 - 1911
The Little Dog's Day All in the town were still asleep, Appendix
The Night Journey Hands and lit faces eddy to a line; 1912 - 1913
The Old Vicarage, Grantchester Just now the lilac is in bloom, 1912 - 1913
The One Before the Last I dreamt I was in love again 1908 - 1911
The Soldier (V) If I should die, think only this of me: 1914
The Song of the Beasts Come away! Come away! 1905 - 1908
The Song of the Pilgrims What light of unremembered skies 1905 - 1908
The Treasure When colour goes home into the eyes, 1914
The True Beatitude (Bouts-Rimes) They say, when the Great Prompter's hand shall ring Appendix
The Vision of the Archangels Slowly up silent peaks, the white edge of the world, 1905 - 1908
The Voice Safe in the magic of my woods 1908 - 1911
The Way That Lovers Use The way that lovers use is this; 1912 - 1913
The Wayfarers Is it the hour? We leave this resting-place 1905 - 1908
There's Wisdom in Women Oh love is fair, and love is rare; my dear one she said, The South Seas
Thoughts on the Shape of the Human Body How can we find? how can we rest? how can 1908 - 1911
Tiare Tahiti Mamua, when our laughter ends, The South Seas
Town and Country Here, where love's stuff is body, arm and side 1908 - 1911
Unfortunate Heart, you are restless as a paper scrap 1912 - 1913
Victory All night the ways of Heaven were desolate, 1908 - 1911
Wagner Creeps in half wanton, half asleep, 1905 - 1908
Waikiki Warm perfumes like a breath from vine and tree The South Seas