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 Volume 2.2 Poetry Archive September 16, 2002 


Volume 2  
   
2. September 16, 2002
  • Tears, Idle Tears (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  • The Charge of the Light Brigade (Tennyson)
  • In the Valley of the Cauteretz (Tennyson)
  • Crossing the Bar (Tennyson)
  • Triad (William Sharp)
   
1. September 9 , 2002
  • A Last Appeal (Frederick William Henry Myers)
  • Redemption (Frederick William Orde Ward)
  • After St. Augustine (Mary Elizabeth Coleridge)
  • From “The Disciples” (Harriet Eleanor Hamilton-King)
  • Triad

Volume 1  
   
24. July 22, 2002
  • Back Yard (Carl Sandburg)
  • “A something in a summer’s day” (Emily Dickinson)
  • Idyll (Siegfried Sassoon)
  • Triad (William Sharp)
   
23. July 15, 2002
  • These are the Clouds (W. B. Yeats)
  • A Friend’s Illness (Yeats)
  • To a Friend whose Work has come to Nothing (Yeats)
  • Triad
   
22. July 8, 2002
  • The Folly of being Comforted (W. B. Yeats)
  • Never give all the Heart (Yeats)
  • O do not Love Too Long (Yeats)
  • Triad
   
21. July 1, 2002
  • To the Memory “Of the Brave Americans, under General Greene, in South Carolina, Who Fell in the Action of September 8, 1781” (Philip Freneau)
  • The Wild Honey Suckle (Freneau)
  • On the Uniformity and Perfection of Nature (Freneau)
  • Triad
   
20. June 24, 2002
  • The good-morrow. (John Donne)
  • The Sunne Rising. (Donne)
  • Song. “Sweetest love, I do not goe” (Donne)
  • Triad
   
19. June 17, 2002
  • The triple Foole. (John Donne)
  • The Message. (Donne)
  • The broken heart. (Donne)
  • Triad
   
18. June 10, 2002
  • He tells of a Valley full of Lovers (W. B. Yeats)
  • He tells of the perfect Beauty (Yeats)
  • He wishes for the Cloths of Heaven (Yeats)
  • Triad
   
17. June 3, 2002
  • Beauty — be not caused — It Is — (Emily Dickinson)
  • A Thing of Beauty is a Joy For Ever (John Keats)
  • Christine (John Hay)
  • Triad
   
16. May 27, 2002
  • The Peacemaker (Joyce Kilmer)
  • Rouge Bouquet (Kilmer)
  • Prayer of a Soldier in France (Kilmer)
  • Triad
   
15. May 20, 2002
  • In the Valley of the Elwy (Gerard Manley Hopkins)
  • A Stein Song (Richard Hovey)
  • A Prayer in Spring (Robert Frost)
  • Triad
           
14. May 13, 2002
  • Spring (Gerard Manley Hopkins)
  • Corinna’s Going a-Maying (Robert Herrick)
  • I Heard a Linnet Courting (Robert Bridges)
  • Triad
    
13. May 6, 2002
  • Song on May Morning (John Milton)
  • The May Magnificat (Gerard Manley Hopkins)
  • Nightingales (Robert Bridges)
  • Triad
   
12. April 29, 2002
  • The Vanishing Point (John Addington Symonds)
  • The Prism of Life (Symonds)
  • Adventante Deo (Symonds)
  • Triad
   
11. April 22, 2002
  • Days Too Short (William Henry Davies)
  • To Violets (Robert Herrick)
  • Triad
   
10. April 15, 2002
  • Description of Spring (Henry Howard)
  • Song of a Second April (Edna St. Vincent Millay)
  • Triad
   
9. April 8, 2002
  • “I wandered lonely as a cloud” (William Wordsworth)
  • The Two April Mornings (Wordsworth)
  • Triad
   
8. April 1, 2002
  • Hailstorm (E. L. Core)
  • Home-thoughts, from Abroad (Robert Browning)
  • Triad
   
7. March 25, 2002
  • Spring’s Colors (E. L. Core)
  • Nothing Gold Can Stay (Robert Frost)
  • Triad
   
6. March 18, 2002
  • A Boundless Moment (Robert Frost)
  • Earliest Spring (William Dean Howells)
  • Triad
   
5. March 11, 2002
  • Inspirations (William James Dawson)
  • Triad
   
4. March 4, 2002
  • To the Thawing Wind (Robert Frost)
  • Triad
   
3. February 25, 2002
  • Fallow Forest (E. L. Core)
  • Triad
   
2. February 18, 2002
  • The Pillar of the Cloud (Ven. John Henry Newman)
  • Triad
   
1. February 11, 2002
  • Sunrise (E. L. Core)
  • Triad

Volume 0  
   
0. February 4, 2002
  • Magna est Veritas (Coventry Patmore)
  • A Hue and Cry after Fair Amoret (William Congreve)
  • Triad



 Volume 2.2 Poetry Archive September 16, 2002 





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Cor ad cor loquitur J. H. Newman — “Heart speaks to heart”