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Title: Georgian Poetry 1918-19
Author: Various
Release Date: January, 2006 [EBook #9621]?[Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule]?[This file was first posted on October 10, 2003]
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Language: English
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GEORGIAN
POETRY
1918-1919
EDITED BY SIR EDWARD MARSH
TO
THOMAS HARDY
EIGHTH THOUSAND
THE POETRY BOOKSHOP?35 Devonshire Street?Theobalds Road?W.C.1?MCMXX
PREFATORY NOTE
This is the fourth volume of the present series. I hope it may be thought to show that what for want of a better word is called Peace has not interfered with the writing of good poetry.
Thanks and acknowledgements are due to Messrs. Beaumont, Blackwell, Collins, Constable, Fifield, Heinemann, Seeker, Selwyn & Blount, and Sidgwick & Jackson; and to the Editors of 'The Anglo-French Review', 'The Athen?um', 'The Chapbook', 'Land and Water', 'The Nation', 'The New Statesman', 'The New Witness', 'The New World', 'The Owl', 'The Spectator', 'To-day', 'Voices', and 'The Westminster Gazette'.
E. M.
September, 1919.
CONTENTS
LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE
Witchcraft: New Style
GORDON BOTTOMLEY
Littleholme
FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG
Invocation (from 'Poems') Prothalamion?February?Lochanilaun?Lettermore?Song?The Leaning Elm
WILLIAM H. DAVIES
Lovely Dames (from 'Forty New Poems') When Yon Full Moon?On Hearing Mrs. Woodhouse Play the Harpsichord?Birds?Oh, Sweet Content!?A Child's Pet?England (from 'Forty New Poems') The Bell
WALTER DE LA MARE
The Sunken Garden (from 'Motley') Moonlight?The Tryst?The Linnet?The Veil?The Three Strangers (from 'Motley') The Old Men?Fare Well
JOHN DRINKWATER
Deer (from 'Loyalties')
Moonlit Apples (from 'Tides')
Southampton Bells (from 'Loyalties')
Chorus (from 'Lincoln')
Habitation (from 'Loyalties')
Passage
JOHN FREEMAN
O Muse Divine?The Wakers (from 'Memories of Childhood') The Body?Ten O'clock No More?The Fugitive?The Alde?Nearness?Night and Night?The Herd
WILFRID WILSON GIBSON
Wings (from 'Home') The Parrots?The Cakewalk?Driftwood?Quiet (from 'Home') Reveille
ROBERT GRAVES
A Ballad of Nursery Rhyme (from 'Country Sentiment') A Frosty Night?True Johnny?The Cupboard?The Voice of Beauty Drowned?Rocky Acres
D. H. LAWRENCE
Seven Seals (from 'New Poems')
HAROLD MONRO
Gravity?Goldfish?Dog?The Nightingale Near the House?Man Carrying Bale
THOMAS MOULT
For Bessie in the Garden?'Truly he hath a Sweet Bed'?Lovers' Lane
ROBERT NICHOLS
The Sprig of Lime?Seventeen?The Stranger?'O Nightingale my Heart'?The Pilgrim
J. D. C. FELLOW
The Temple
SIEGFRIED SASSOON
Sick Leave (from 'War Poems') Banishment?Repression of War Experience?Does it Matter?Concert Party?Songbooks of the War?The Portrait?Thrushes (from 'War Poems') Everyone Sang
EDWARD SHANKS
A Night-Piece (from 'The Queen of China') In Absence?The Glow-worm?The Cataclysm?A Hollow Elm?Fte Galante (from 'The Queen of China') Song
FREDEGOND SHOVE
A Dream in Early Spring (from 'Dreams and Journeys') The World?The New Ghost?A Man Dreams that he is the Creator
J. C. SQUIRE
Rivers (from 'Poems, First Series') Epitaph in Old Mode
Sonnet (from 'Poems, First Series')
The Birds (from 'The Birds and other Poems')
W. J. TURNER
Silence (from 'The Dark Fire') Kent in War?Talking with Soldiers?Song?The Princess?Peace?Death
LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE
WITCHCRAFT: NEW STYLE
The sun drew off at last his piercing fires.?Over the stale warm air, dull as a pond?And moveless in the grey quieted street,?Blue magic of a summer evening glowed.?The sky, that had been
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