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Rivers to the Sea
by Sara Teasdale

Contents

I

  1. Spring Night
  2. The Flight
  3. New Love and Old
  4. The Look
  5. Spring
  6. The Lighted Window
  7. The Kiss
  8. Swans
  9. The Old Maid
  10. From the Woolworth Tower
  11. At Night
  12. The Years
  13. Peace
  14. April
  15. Come
  16. Moods
  17. April Song
  18. May Day
  19. Crowned
  20. To a Castilian Song
  21. Broadway
  22. A Winter Bluejay
  23. In a Restaurant
  24. Joy
  25. In a Railroad Station
  26. In the Train
  27. To One Away
  28. Song
  29. Deep in the Night
  30. The India Wharf
  31. I Shall Not Care
  32. Desert Pools
  33. Longing
  34. Pity
  35. After Parting
  36. Enough
  37. Alchemy
  38. February
  39. Morning
  40. May Night
  41. Dusk in June
  42. Love Free
  43. Summer Night, Riverside
  44. In a Subway Station
  45. After Love
  46. Dooryard Roses
  47. A Prayer

II

  1. Indian Summer
  2. The Sea Wind
  3. The Cloud
  4. The Poor House
  5. New Year's Dawn - Broadway
  6. The Star
  7. Doctors
  8. The Inn of Earth
  9. In the Carpenter's Shop
  10. The Carpenter's Son
  11. The Mother of a Poet
  12. Rivers to the Sea
  13. In Memoriam F.O.S.
  14. Twilight
  15. Swallow Flight
  16. Thoughts
  17. To Dick, on His Sixth Birthday
  18. To Rose
  19. The Fountain
  20. The Rose
  21. Dreams
  22. "I Am Not Yours"
  23. Pierrot's Song
  24. Night in Arizona
  25. Dusk in War Time
  26. Spring in War Time
  27. While I May
  28. Debt
  29. From the North
  30. The Lights of New York
  31. Sea Longing
  32. The River
  33. Leaves
  34. The Answer

III

  1. Over the Roofs
  2. A Cry
  3. Chance
  4. Immortal
  5. After Death
  6. Testament
  7. Gifts

IV

  1. From the Sea
  2. Vignettes Overseas

V

  1. Sappho
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 1933, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 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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