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著者: Carl Sandburg
出版商: New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1970]
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Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967.
Complete poems of Carl Sandburg.
New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1970]
(OCoLC)590241031
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所有的著者/提供者: Carl Sandburg
ISBN: 0151207739 9780151207732
OCLC号码: 93593
描述: xxxi, 797 pages 24 cm
内容: Chicago Poems --
Chicago --
Sketch --
Masses --
Lost --
The Harbor --
They will say --
Mill-doors --
Halsted street car --
Clark street bridge --
Passers-by --
The walking man of Rodin --
Subway --
The shovel man --
A teamster's farewell --
Fish crier --
Picnic boat --
Happiness --
Muckers --
Blacklisted --
Graceland --
Child of the Romans --
The right to grief --
Mag --
Onion days --
Population drifts --
Cripple --
A fence --
Anna Imroth --
Working girls --
Mamie --
Personality --
Cumulatives --
To certain journeymen --
Chamfort --
Limited --
The has-been --
In a back alley --
A coin --
Dynamiter --
Ice handler --
Jack --
Fellow citizens --
Nigger --
Two neighbors --
Style --
To Beachey, 1912 --
Under a hat rim --
In a breath --
Bath --
Bronzes --
Dunes --
On the way --
Ready to kill --
To a contemporary bunkshooter --
Skyscraper --
Handfuls --
Fog --
Pool --
Jan Kubelik --
Choose --
Crimson --
Whitelight --
Flux --
Kin --
White shoulders --
Losses --
Troths --
War Poems (1914-1915) --
Killers --
Among the red guns --
Iron --
Murmurings in a field hospital --
Statistics --
Fight --
Buttons --
And they obey --
Jaws --
Salvage --
Wars --
The road and the end --
The road and the end --
Choices --
Graves --
Aztec mask --
Momus --
The answer --
To a dead man --
Under --
A sphinx --
Who am I? --
Our prayer of thanks --
Fogs and fires --
At a window --
Under the harvest moon --
The great hunt --
Monotone --
Joy --
Shirt --
Aztec --
Two --
Back yard --
On the breakwater --
Mask --
Pearl fog --
I sang --
Follies --
June --
Nocturne in a deserted brickyard --
Hydrangeas --
Theme in yellow --
Between two hills --
Last answers --
Window --
Young sea --
Bones --
Pals --
Child --
Poppies --
Child moon --
Margaret --
Shadows --
Poems done on a late night car --
It is much --
Trafficker --
Harrison street court --
Soiled dove --
Jungheimer's --
Gone --
Other days --
Dreams in the dusk --
Docks --
All day long --
Waiting --
From the shore --
Uplands in May --
Dream girl --
Plowboy --
Broadway --
Old woman --
Noon hour --
'Boes --
Under a telephone pole --
I am the people, the mob --
Government --
Languages --
Letters to dead imagists --
Sheep --
The red son --
The mist --
The junk man --
Silver nails --
Gypsy. Cornhuskers --
Cornhuskers --
Prairie --
River roads --
Prairie waters by night --
Early moon --
Laughing corn --
Autumn movement --
Falltime --
Illinois farmer --
Hits and runs --
Village in late summer --
Blizzard notes --
Sunset from Omaha hotel window --
Still life --
Band concert --
Three pieces on the smoke of Autumn --
Localities --
Caboose thoughts --
Alix --
Potato blossom songs and jigs --
Loam --
Manitobe Childe Roland --
Wilderness --
Persons half known --
Chicago poet --
Fire-logs --
Repetitions --
Adelaide crapsey --
Young bullfrogs --
Memoir of a proud boy --
Bilbea --
Southern pacific --
Washerwoman --
Portrait of a motorcar --
Girl in a cage --
Buffalo Bill --
Sixteen months --
Child Margaret --
Singing nigger --
Leather leggings --
Leather leggings --
Prayers of steel --
Always the mob --
Jabberers --
Cartoon --
Interior --
Street window --
Palladiums --
Clocks --
Legends --
Psalm of those who go forth before daylight --
Horses and men in rain --
Questionnaire --
Near Keokuk --
Slants at Buffalo, New York --
Flat lands --
Lawyer --
Three balls --
Chicks --
Humdrum --
Joliet --
Knucks --
Testament --
Haunts --
Valley song --
In tall grass --
Upstairs --
Monosyllabic --
Films --
Kreisler --
The sea hold --
Goldwing moth --
Loin cloth --
Hemlock and cedar --
Summer shirt sale --
Medallion --
Bricklayer love --
Ashurnatsirpal III --
Mammy hums --
Bringers --
Crimson rambler --
Haunts --
Have me --
Fire dreams --
Baby face --
The year --
Drumnotes --
Moonset --
Garden wireless --
Handfuls --
Cool tombs --
Shenandoah --
New feet --
Old Osawatomie --
Grass --
Flanders --
Gargoyle --
Old timers --
House --
John Ericsson Day Memorial --
Remembered women --
Out of white lips --
Memoir --
A million young workmen --
Smoke --
A tall man --
The four brothers --
Smoke and steel --
Smoke and steel --
Five towns on the B. and O. --
Work gangs --
Pennsylvania --
Whirls --
People who must --
People who must --
Alley rats --
Eleventh Avenue racket --
Home fires --
Hats --
They all want to play Hamlet --
The mayor of Gary --
Omaha --
Galoots --
Crabapple blossoms --
Real estate news --
Manual system --
Stripes --
Honkey tonk in Cleveland, Ohio --
Crapshooters --
Soup --
Clinton south of folk --
Blue Island intersection --
Red-headed restaurant cashier --
Boy and father --
Clean curtains --
Crimson changes people --
Neighbors --
Cahoots --
Blue maroons --
The hangman at home --
Man, the man hunter --
The sins of Kalamazoo --
Broken-face gargoyles --
Broken-face gargoyles --
Aprons of silence --
Death snips proud men --
Good night --
Shirt --
Jazz fantasia --
"Do you want affidavits? " "Old-fashioned requited love" --
Purple martins --
Brass keys --
Pick-offs --
Manufactured Gods --
Mask --
Playthings of the wind --
Four preludes on playthings of the wind --
Broken tabernacles --
Osawatomie --
Long guns --
Dusty doors --
Flash crimson --
The lawyers know too much --
Losers --
Places --
Threes --
The liars --
Prayer after world war --
A.E.F. --
Bas-relief --
Carlovingian dreams --
Bronzes --
Let love go on --
Killers --
Clean hands --
Three ghosts --
Pencils --
Jug --
And this will be all? --
Hoodlums --
Yes, the dead speak to us --
Mist forms --
Calls --
Sea-wash --
Silver wind --
Evening waterfall --
Crucible --
Summer stars --
Throw roses --
Just before April came --
Stars, songs, faces --
Sandpipers --
Three violins --
The wind sings welcome in early spring --
Tawney --
Slippery --
Helga --
Baby toes --
People with proud chins --
Winter milk --
Sleepyheads --
Sumach and birds --
Women washing their hair --
Peach blossoms --
Half moon in a high wind --
Remorse --
Sand scribblings --
How yesterday looked --
Paula --
Laughing blue steel --
They ask each other where they came from --
How much? --
Throwbacks --
Wind song --
Three spring notations on bipeds --
Sandhill people --
Far rockaway night til morning --
Hummingbird woman --
Buckwheat --
Blue Ridge --
Valley song --
Mist forms --
Pigeon --
Chasers --
Horse fiddle --
Timber wings --
Night stuff --
Spanish --
Shag-bark hickory --
The south wind says so --
Accomplished facts --
Accomplished facts --
Grieg being dead --
Chords --
Dogheads --
Trinity place --
Portrait --
Potomac river mist --
Jack London and O. Henry --
His own face hidden --
Cups of coffee --
Passports --
Smoke rose gold --
Tangibles --
Night movement-New York --
North Atlantic --
Fog portrait --
Flying fish --
Home thoughts --
In the shadow of the palace --
Two items --
Streets too old --
Savoir faire --
Mohammed Bek Hadjetlache --
High conspiratorial persons --
Baltic fog notes --
Circles of doors --
Circles of doors --
Hate --
Two strangers breakfast --
Snow --
Dancer --
Plaster --
Curse of a rich Polish peasant on his sister who ran away with a wild man --
Woman with a past --
White hands --
An electric sign goes dark --
They buy with an eye to looks --
Proud and beautiful --
Telegram --
Glimmer --
White ash --
Testimony regarding a ghost --
Put off the wedding five times and nobody comes to it --
Baby vamps --
Vaudeville dancer --
Balloon faces --
Haze --
Haze --
Cadenza --
Memoranda --
Potomac town in February --
Buffalo dusk --
Corn hut talk --
Branches --
Rusty crimson --
Letter S --
Weeds --
New farm tractor --
Pods --
Harvest sunset --
Night's nothings again --
Panels --
Dan --
Whiffletree --
Mascots --
The skyscraper loves night --
Never born --
Thin strips --
Five cent balloons. My people --
Swirl --
Wistful --
Basket --
Fire pages --
Finish --
For you --
Slabs of the sunburnt west --
The windy city --
Washington monument by night --
And so today --
Black horizons --
Sea slant --
Upstream --
Four Steichen prints --
Fins --
Beat, old heart --
Moon riders --
At the gates of tombs --
Hazardous occupations --
Props --
Gypsy mother --
Gold mud --
Crossing the paces --
Couples --
Caligari --
Feather lights --
Pearl horizons --
Hoof dusk --
Harsk, harsk --
Brancusi --
Ambassadors of grief --
Without the cain and the derby --
The rakeoff and the getaway --
Two humpties --
Improved farmland --
Hell on the Wabash --
This-for the moon-yes? --
Primer lesson --
Slabs of the sunburnt west --
Good morning America --
Tentative (first model) definitions of poetry --
Good morning America --
Spring grass --
Spring grass --
Moist moon people --
Spring cries --
Frog songs --
Lumber yard pools at sunset --
Spring carries surprises --
More country people --
Spring wind --
Crisscross --
Baby song of the four winds --
Blossom themes --
Small homes --
Corn belt --
She opens the barn door every morning --
Milk-white moon, put the cows to sleep --
Slow program --
Field people --
Sunsets --
Grassroots --
Canadians and Pottawatomies --
Carn and beans --
Mockers go to Kansas in spring --
Bird talk --
Kansas lessons --
Cricket march --
Summer grass --
Nocturn cabbage --
Crabapples --
Poplar and elm --
Brown gold --
Ripe corn --
Auburn --
Redhaw rain --
Without notice beforehand --
Corn prattlings --
Haze gold --
winter gold --
Maroon with silver frost --
Cornfield ridge and stream --
On a railroad right of way --
So to speak --
Valley mist --
Silver point --
Mist marches across the valley --
Methusaleh saw many repeaters --
Sketch of a poet --
Whiffs of the Ohio River at Cincinnati --
Surburban Sicilian sketches --
Flat waters of the west in Kansas --
Three slants at New York --
Landscape including three states of the union --
Crossing Ohio when poppies bloom in Ashtabula --
March of the hungry mountains --
Dialogue --
Smoke blue --
Again? --
Even numbers --
Chillicothe --
Splinter --
Santa Fe sketches --
Little Album --
New Hampshire again --
A couple --
Chicago boy --
Joke gold --
The old flagman --
Iglits and his wife --
Medley --
Implications --
To the ghost of John Milton --
Heavy and light --
Early hours --
Hungry and laughing men --
Fate --
Cheap blue --
Lavender lilies --
Half way --
Between worlds --
M'Liss and Louie --
Bitter summer thoughts --
Phizzog --
Bitter summer thoughts --
Bitter summer thoughts-no. 3 --
Bitter summer thoughts-no. XXII --
Bars --
They ask: Is God, too, lonely? --
Two nocturns --
Useless words --
Wanting the impossible --
Money, politics, love, and glory --
The way of the world --
Early lynching --
plunger --
Rain winds --
Rain winds blow doors open --
Wind horses --
River moon --
They met young --
Yellow evening star --
Face --
Head --
Explanations of love --
Seven eleven --
Spray --
Broken hearted soprano --
Epistle --
Monkey of stars. Great rooms --
Sea chest --
We have gone through great rooms together --
Love in Labrador --
Sleep impression --
Maybe --
Bug spots --
Understandings in blue --
Let them ask your pardon --
Striped cats, old men and proud stockings --
Moon hammock --
Thimble islands --
Clefs --
The great proud wagon wheels go on --
Tall timber --
Proud torsos --
To know silence perfectly --
Sky pieces --
Sky pieces --
Lovable babblers --
Oomba --
Seventeen months --
Sarah's letter to Peter --
Destroyers --
Two women and their fathers --
Very very important --
Foolish about windows --
Love letter to Hans Christian Andersen --
Mysterious biography --
Rat riddles --
Winter weather --
The dinosaur bones --
Unintentional paint --
People of the eaves, I wish you good morning --
Wedding postponed --
Two women --
Snatch of sliphorn Jazz --
Landscape --
Different kinds of good-by --
Three hills look different in the moonshine --
Proud of their rags --
Broken sky --
Hells and heavens --
Three fragments for fishers of destiny --
Timber moon --
Timber moon --
Flowers tell months --
Landscape --
Counting --
Oak arms --
Moon path --
There are different gardens --
Windflower leaf --
Little sketch --
Butter colors --
Webs --
Peace, night, sleep --
Bundles --
Man and dog on an early winter morning --
Precious moments --
October paint --
Many hats --
The people, yes --
New section --
War-time --
Storms begin far back --
Books men die for --
Open letter to the poet Archibald MacLeish who has forsaken his Massachusetts farm to make propaganda for freedom --
Mr. Attila --
Is there any easy road to freedom? --
The man with the broken fingers --
Freedom is a habit --
Elephants are different to different people --
On a flimmering floom you shall ride --
Scroll --
The fireborn are at home in fire --
Mr. Longfellow and his boy --
The long shadow of Lincoln: A litany --
When death came April twelve 1945 --
Present hour --
Jan, the son of Thomas --
Peace between wars --
Scriptsmith --
Enemy number one --
Worms and the wind --
The abracadabra boys --
Shoes of travel --
Turn of the wheel --
Many handles --
The unknown war --
Packsack --
1. Early period --
Nocturn IV --
Brim --
Francois Villon forgotten --
Broken sonnet --
The hammer --
Hammers pounding --
The wind on the way --
Aloof --
Dust --
2. Little people. Sweeping Wendy: Study in Fugue --
Paper I --
Paper II --
Doors --
Boxes and bags --
We must be polite --
Arithmetic --
Little girl, be careful what you say --
3. Sky talk --
Sky talk --
Riddles and whims --
Bright conversation with Saint-Ex --
Meadow in summer --
Guaranteed antique --
You shall have homes --
Two moon fantasies --
Drowsy --
Our hells --
This street never sleeps --
New song for Indiana Ophelias --
Moonlight and maggots --
Special starlight --
The press is peculiar --
Glass house canticle --
Swell people --
Public letter to Emily Dickinson --
Scripture --
Wall shadows --
One modern poet --
Light and moonbells --
Cornucopia --
Little candle --
Moments of dawn riders --
Crossed numbers --
Night bells --
Harmonica humdrums --
Changing light winds --
Number man --
Anywhere and everywhere people --
1950-1967. From the Sandburg Range --
Brainwashing --
Kisses forgotten --
Theorem --
Man the moon shooter --
Psalm of the bloodbank --
Acquaintance with Death, Sir --
Shenandoah journey --
Star silver --
Consolation sonata --
From harvest poems: 1910-1960 --
Now they bury her again --
Name us a king --
Red and white --
Sayings of Henry Stephens --
Air circus --
Madison and 42nd --
Instructions --
Altgeld --
Waiting for the chariot --
Was ever a dream a drum? --
Under the capitol dome --
Isle of Patmos --
From Wind Song. Bluebird, what do you feed on? --
Never two songs the same --
Daybreak --
Bee song --
Bubbles --
Old deep sing-song --
Fourth of July night --
Sea wisdom --
Nightsong --
Portrait of a child settling down for an afternoon nap --
Stars --
Be ready --
Auctioneer --
Sleep song --
Alice Corbin is gone --
Lines written for Gene Kelly to dance to --
Honey and salt --
Honey and salt --
Pass, friend --
Alone and not alone --
Wingtip --
Love is a deep and a dark and a lonely --
Almanac --
Biography --
Anecdote of hemlock for two Athenians --
Dreaming fool --
Lief the lucky --
Bird footprint --
Cahokia --
Buyers and sellers --
City number --
Chromo --
The evening sunsets witness and pass on --
Deep sea wandering --
Call the next witness --
Early copper --
Atlas, how have you been? --
Cheap rent --
Elm buds --
Child face --
Fog numbers --
Evening questions --
Fifty-fifty --
Evening sea wind --
Forgotten wars --
God is no gentleman --
Hunger and cold --
Foxgloves --
Harvest --
Fame if not fortune --
Impasse --
Is wisdom a lot of language? --
Keepsake boxes --
Impossible Iambics --
Lackawanna twilight --
If so hap may be --
Kisses, can you come back like ghosts? --
Lake Michigan morning --
New weather --
Lesson --
Metamorphosis --
Love beyond keeping --
Moon Rondeau --
Little word, little white bird --
Offering and rebuff --
Morning glory blue --
High moments --
Mummy --
Old Hokusai print --
One parting --
Ever a seeker --
Old music for quiet hearts --
Personalia --
The gong of time --
Prairie woodland --
Shadows fall blue on the mountains --
Quotations --
Skyscrapers stand proud --
Pool of Bethesda --
First sonata for Karen Paula --
Thou art like a flower --
Solo for Saturday night guitar --
Rose bawn --
Speech --
Runaway colors --
Out of the rainbow end --
Sun dancer --
Themes in contrast --
Two fish --
Smoke shapes --
Three shrines --
Variations on a theme --
Timesweep.
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schema:description"From the Sandburg Range -- Brainwashing -- Kisses forgotten -- Theorem -- Man the moon shooter -- Psalm of the bloodbank -- Acquaintance with Death, Sir -- Shenandoah journey -- Star silver -- Consolation sonata -- From harvest poems: 1910-1960 -- Now they bury her again -- Name us a king -- Red and white -- Sayings of Henry Stephens -- Air circus -- Madison and 42nd -- Instructions -- Altgeld -- Waiting for the chariot -- Was ever a dream a drum? -- Under the capitol dome -- Isle of Patmos -- From Wind Song. Bluebird, what do you feed on? -- Never two songs the same -- Daybreak -- Bee song -- Bubbles -- Old deep sing-song -- Fourth of July night -- Sea wisdom -- Nightsong -- Portrait of a child settling down for an afternoon nap -- Stars -- Be ready -- Auctioneer -- Sleep song -- Alice Corbin is gone -- Lines written for Gene Kelly to dance to -- Honey and salt -- Honey and salt -- Pass, friend -- Alone and not alone -- Wingtip -- Love is a deep and a dark and a lonely -- Almanac -- Biography -- Anecdote of hemlock for two Athenians -- Dreaming fool -- Lief the lucky -- Bird footprint -- Cahokia -- Buyers and sellers -- City number -- Chromo -- The evening sunsets witness and pass on -- Deep sea wandering -- Call the next witness -- Early copper -- Atlas, how have you been? -- Cheap rent -- Elm buds -- Child face -- Fog numbers -- Evening questions -- Fifty-fifty -- Evening sea wind -- Forgotten wars -- God is no gentleman -- Hunger and cold -- Foxgloves -- Harvest -- Fame if not fortune -- Impasse -- Is wisdom a lot of language? -- Keepsake boxes -- Impossible Iambics -- Lackawanna twilight -- If so hap may be -- Kisses, can you come back like ghosts? -- Lake Michigan morning -- New weather -- Lesson -- Metamorphosis -- Love beyond keeping -- Moon Rondeau -- Little word, little white bird -- Offering and rebuff -- Morning glory blue -- High moments -- Mummy -- Old Hokusai print -- One parting -- Ever a seeker -- Old music for quiet hearts -- Personalia -- The gong of time -- Prairie woodland -- Shadows fall blue on the mountains -- Quotations -- Skyscrapers stand proud -- Pool of Bethesda -- First sonata for Karen Paula -- Thou art like a flower -- Solo for Saturday night guitar -- Rose bawn -- Speech -- Runaway colors -- Out of the rainbow end -- Sun dancer -- Themes in contrast -- Two fish -- Smoke shapes -- Three shrines -- Variations on a theme -- Timesweep."@en
schema:description""Old-fashioned requited love" -- Purple martins -- Brass keys -- Pick-offs -- Manufactured Gods -- Mask -- Playthings of the wind -- Four preludes on playthings of the wind -- Broken tabernacles -- Osawatomie -- Long guns -- Dusty doors -- Flash crimson -- The lawyers know too much -- Losers -- Places -- Threes -- The liars -- Prayer after world war -- A.E.F. -- Bas-relief -- Carlovingian dreams -- Bronzes -- Let love go on -- Killers -- Clean hands -- Three ghosts -- Pencils -- Jug -- And this will be all? -- Hoodlums -- Yes, the dead speak to us -- Mist forms -- Calls -- Sea-wash -- Silver wind -- Evening waterfall -- Crucible -- Summer stars -- Throw roses -- Just before April came -- Stars, songs, faces -- Sandpipers -- Three violins -- The wind sings welcome in early spring -- Tawney -- Slippery -- Helga -- Baby toes -- People with proud chins -- Winter milk -- Sleepyheads -- Sumach and birds -- Women washing their hair -- Peach blossoms -- Half moon in a high wind -- Remorse -- Sand scribblings -- How yesterday looked -- Paula -- Laughing blue steel -- They ask each other where they came from -- How much? -- Throwbacks -- Wind song -- Three spring notations on bipeds -- Sandhill people -- Far rockaway night til morning -- Hummingbird woman -- Buckwheat -- Blue Ridge -- Valley song -- Mist forms -- Pigeon -- Chasers -- Horse fiddle -- Timber wings -- Night stuff -- Spanish -- Shag-bark hickory -- The south wind says so -- Accomplished facts -- Accomplished facts -- Grieg being dead -- Chords -- Dogheads -- Trinity place -- Portrait -- Potomac river mist -- Jack London and O. Henry -- His own face hidden -- Cups of coffee -- Passports -- Smoke rose gold -- Tangibles -- Night movement-New York -- North Atlantic -- Fog portrait -- Flying fish -- Home thoughts -- In the shadow of the palace -- Two items -- Streets too old -- Savoir faire -- Mohammed Bek Hadjetlache -- High conspiratorial persons -- Baltic fog notes -- Circles of doors -- Circles of doors -- Hate -- Two strangers breakfast -- Snow -- Dancer -- Plaster -- Curse of a rich Polish peasant on his sister who ran away with a wild man -- Woman with a past -- White hands -- An electric sign goes dark -- They buy with an eye to looks -- Proud and beautiful -- Telegram -- Glimmer -- White ash -- Testimony regarding a ghost -- Put off the wedding five times and nobody comes to it -- Baby vamps -- Vaudeville dancer -- Balloon faces -- Haze -- Haze -- Cadenza -- Memoranda -- Potomac town in February -- Buffalo dusk -- Corn hut talk -- Branches -- Rusty crimson -- Letter S -- Weeds -- New farm tractor -- Pods -- Harvest sunset -- Night's nothings again -- Panels -- Dan -- Whiffletree -- Mascots -- The skyscraper loves night -- Never born -- Thin strips -- Five cent balloons."@en
schema:description"Chicago Poems -- Chicago -- Sketch -- Masses -- Lost -- The Harbor -- They will say -- Mill-doors -- Halsted street car -- Clark street bridge -- Passers-by -- The walking man of Rodin -- Subway -- The shovel man -- A teamster's farewell -- Fish crier -- Picnic boat -- Happiness -- Muckers -- Blacklisted -- Graceland -- Child of the Romans -- The right to grief -- Mag -- Onion days -- Population drifts -- Cripple -- A fence -- Anna Imroth -- Working girls -- Mamie -- Personality -- Cumulatives -- To certain journeymen -- Chamfort -- Limited -- The has-been -- In a back alley -- A coin -- Dynamiter -- Ice handler -- Jack -- Fellow citizens -- Nigger -- Two neighbors -- Style -- To Beachey, 1912 -- Under a hat rim -- In a breath -- Bath -- Bronzes -- Dunes -- On the way -- Ready to kill -- To a contemporary bunkshooter -- Skyscraper -- Handfuls -- Fog -- Pool -- Jan Kubelik -- Choose -- Crimson -- Whitelight -- Flux -- Kin -- White shoulders -- Losses -- Troths -- War Poems (1914-1915) -- Killers -- Among the red guns -- Iron -- Murmurings in a field hospital -- Statistics -- Fight -- Buttons -- And they obey -- Jaws -- Salvage -- Wars -- The road and the end -- The road and the end -- Choices -- Graves -- Aztec mask -- Momus -- The answer -- To a dead man -- Under -- A sphinx -- Who am I? -- Our prayer of thanks -- Fogs and fires -- At a window -- Under the harvest moon -- The great hunt -- Monotone -- Joy -- Shirt -- Aztec -- Two -- Back yard -- On the breakwater -- Mask -- Pearl fog -- I sang -- Follies -- June -- Nocturne in a deserted brickyard -- Hydrangeas -- Theme in yellow -- Between two hills -- Last answers -- Window -- Young sea -- Bones -- Pals -- Child -- Poppies -- Child moon -- Margaret -- Shadows -- Poems done on a late night car -- It is much -- Trafficker -- Harrison street court -- Soiled dove -- Jungheimer's -- Gone -- Other days -- Dreams in the dusk -- Docks -- All day long -- Waiting -- From the shore -- Uplands in May -- Dream girl -- Plowboy -- Broadway -- Old woman -- Noon hour -- 'Boes -- Under a telephone pole -- I am the people, the mob -- Government -- Languages -- Letters to dead imagists -- Sheep -- The red son -- The mist -- The junk man -- Silver nails -- Gypsy."@en
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