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Poems: Volume I (1916)[1]
by Florence Earle Coates
First edition cover of Poems Volume I
Florence Earle Coates Poems Vol I Spine.jpg

Contents

  1. The Poetry of Earth
  2. Through the Rushes
  3. Life ("Before we knew thee thou wert with us ;")
  4. Interchange
  5. Probation
  6. The Ideal
  7. Perdita
  8. Poetry
  9. Man
  10. Ode to Silence
  11. In Darkness
  12. How Wonderful is Love
  13. Israfel
  14. Before the Hour
  15. Madonna
  16. Song of Life
  17. The Unconquered Air
  18. In the Town a Wild Bird Singing
  19. Morning
  20. "Poor Love !" Said Life
  21. New York
  22. Brook-Song : To the Spring
  23. The "Penseur"
  24. Time (Coates)
  25. Let Me Believe
  26. Cora
  27. Why Did You Go ?
  28. Indian-Pipe
  29. Deathless Death
  30. In April
  31. Limitation
  32. Earth's Blossoms
  33. Psyche
  34. At Break of Day
  35. The Lark
  36. Give Me Not Love
  37. Siberia
  38. Alexander III
  39. Cruel Love—Anacreontic
  40. The Chosen
  41. To a Poet
  42. A Seeker in the Night
  43. Betrothal
  44. When Christ Was Born
  45. Reveille
  46. Of Future Days
  47. Dryad Song
  48. Before the Dawn
  49. A Little Minister
  50. A Realm of Wonder
  51. To One in Hospital Pent
  52. A Ballad of a Drum
  53. Cendrillon
  54. Nature
  55. The Burial of Robert Louis Stevenson at Samoa
  56. Breathless We Strive
  57. The Return
  58. Music
  59. Base-Born
  60. Transition
  61. Every Heart
  62. Columbus ("Viceroy they made him, Admiral and Don,")
  63. Pilgrim Song
  64. An American at Lincoln
  65. War
  66. "So War Has Begun"
  67. Memory
  68. Autumn
  69. Joan of Arc
  70. Rouen : In the Prison of Joan of Arc
  71. "Blessèd"
  72. Once in a Still, Sequestered Place
  73. Friends to Virtue
  74. Beethoven
  75. O Giorno Felice !
  76. "In Memory of Jean"
  77. Immortal ("Life is like a beauteous flower,")
  78. Christmas Eve (Coates)
  79. "Ask What You Will"
  80. Old St. David's
  81. America
  82. To the Returning Brave
  83. Memorial Ode
  84. Buffalo
  85. Natura Benigna
  86. Love is Passing
  87. To England
  88. On the Death of Lady Curzon
  89. Bereft
  90. To Britannia
  91. To William Butler Yeats
  92. The Irish Shamrock in South Africa
  93. Ditty : My True Love's Eyes
  94. Ab Humo
  95. The Christ of the Andes
  96. Echo Consolatrix
  97. Mars
  98. Du Maurier
  99. Near and Far
  100. Be Thou My Guide
  101. Love Sailed at Morn
  102. The Little Lass
  103. Love Never is Too Late
  104. Eagles
  105. Edmund Clarence Stedman
  106. "Go Not Too Far"
  107. Daï Nippon
  108. Too Late
  109. The Clouds
  110. The Return of Proserpine
  111. I Heard a Voice
  112. For Joy
  113. To Helen Keller
  114. In Winter
  115. Eros
  116. In a Tenement
  117. Song
  118. Divination
  119. A Meeting in the Forest
  120. Beatrice Before Death
  121. Dearth
  122. The Hermit
  123. True Love
  124. Per Aspera
  125. Song
  126. Kindered
  127. Mid-Ocean
  128. Shakespeare (Coates)
  129. The Violin
  130. Man, That Will Not Be Beguiled
  131. A Cathedral
  132. A Little Song
  133. To Sappho Dead
  134. The Nest (Coates)
  135. Through the Window
  136. Life
  137. A Maid's Defence
  138. At Dusk
  139. Song
  140. Jewel-Weed
  141. Saint Theresa
  142. The Heart of Love
  143. Better to Die
  144. Éastre
  145. She Will Not Hear
  146. The Song That Is Forgot
  147. Greatness
  148. The Lordly Pines
  149. The Empty House
  150. Influence
  151. Reproach Not Death
  152. Water Lilies
  153. Daphnis
  154. Live Thy Life
  155. October
  156. The Poet
  157. Song ("For me the jasmine buds unfold")
  158. Motherless
  159. Civilization
  160. Courage
  161. Memoria
  162. Rejected
  163. Rhapsody
  164. Combatants
  165. Victory
  166. Song
  167. Inviolable

References

  1. Copyright information, cover, and inside look into first edition copies of Poems (1916) in 2 vols. Includes platinum print photograph of author and inscription by author.
PD-icon.svg This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1927, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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