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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR THE POEMS, VOLUME I: POEMS RHYMING POEMS The Wild Common 5 Dog-Tired 6 From a College Window 7 Discord in Childhood 7 Cherry Robbers 8 Dream-Confused 8 Renascence 9 Virgin Youth 10 Study 11 Twilight 12 Love on the Farm 13 Gipsy 14 The Colliers Wife 15 Flapper 16 Thief in the Night 17 Monologue of a Mother 17 The Little Town at Evening 18 ln a Boat 19 Last Hours 20 Flat Suburbs, S. W., in the Morning 20 The Best of School 21 Dreams Old and Nascent / Old 22

TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR THE POEMS, VOLUME I: POEMS

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RHYMING POEMS
Discord in Childhood 7
Gipsy 14
Flapper 16
The Little Town at Evening 18
ln a Boat 19
The Best of School 21
Dreams Old and Nascent / Old 22
Suburbs on a Hazy Day 23
Weeknight Service 23
Letter from Town: On a Grey Evening in March 26
Letter from Town: The Almond Tree 27
Wedding Morn 28
Baby Running Barefoot 33
Sigh No More 33
A Review in Hyde Park, 1910 / The Crowd Watches 34
Evolutions of Soldiers 35
A White Blossom 36
Piccadilly Circus at Night / Street-Walkers 38
After the Opera 39
School on the Outskirts 42
A Snowy Day in School 42
Whether or Not 43
Return 52
Red Moon-Rise 54
Malade 76
Troth with the Dead 78
At a Loose End 78
Submergence 78
Turned Down 84
The Hands of the Betrothed 90
A Love Song 91
Birdcage Walk 95
Call into Death 96
Parliament Hill in the Evening 103
Embankment at Night, Before the War / Charity 104
Embankment at Night, Before the War / Outcasts 104
Sickness 107
Twenty Years Ago 112
Reading a Letter 112
Narcissus 120
On the March 122
Obsequial Ode 126
Going Back 127
War-Baby 130
Nostalgia 130
On That Day 134
Near the Mark 140
Straying Thoughts 141
Rose, Look Out Upon Me 143
Unrelenting 144
Dust 144
Drill on Salisbury Plain in Summer Time 145
An Elixir 145
Night-Fall in the Suburbs 146
Zeppelin Nights 146
Munitions Factory 147
Neither Moth Nor Rust 150
UNRHYMING POEMS
Argument 155
Moonrise 155
Elegy 155
Nonentity 156
Don Juan 158
The Sea 158
Bei Hennef 164
First Morning 165
“And Oh—That the Man l am Might Cease to be—” 165
She Looks Back 166
On the Balcony 169
A Youth Mowing 178
Song of a Man Who is Not Loved 181
Sinners 181
Misery 182
Sunday Afternoon in Italy 184
Winter Dawn 185
Giorno dei Morti 188
Loggerheads 192
Paradise Re-Entered 197
Coming Awake 198
Spring Morning 199
Song of a Man Who has Come Through 204
One Woman to all Women 205
People 206
New Heaven and Earth 210
Elysium 214
Manifesto 215
THE EVANGELISTIC BEASTS 273
The Blue Jay 326
Autumn at Taos 360
Spirits Summoned West 361
The American Eagle 364
Elephants plodding 370
Destiny 373
Worm either way 375
Spiral flame 381
A living 384
The noble englishman 387
Whatever man makes— 389
We are transmitters— 389
Let us be men— 390
Work 390
Why—? 391
Moon memory 393
Desire goes down into the sea— 394
The sea, the sea— 394
November by the sea— 394
Old song 395
Women want fighters for their lovers— 396
It's either you fight or you die— 397
Don’ts— 397
Obscenity 402
The elephant is slow to mate— 403
Sex and trust— 404
The gazelle calf— 404
Touch comes— 408
Climb down, O lordly mind— 410
Ego-bound 411
Jealousy 412
All I ask— 415
The universe flows— 415
The ignoble procession— 419
Mournful young man— 420
Money-madness— 421
I am in a novel— 423
No! Mr Lawrence! 424
When I read Shakespeare— 428
Salt of the earth— 429
Fresh water 429
Choice 431
Riches 432
Poverty 432
Noble 432
Wealth 433
Tolerance 433
Compari 433
Sick 433
Blank 435
Beautiful old age— 437
Elemental 438
Fire 439
Talk 439
Basta! 441
Tragedy 441
Nullus 442
The new word 445
Sun in me 446
Fear of society is the root of all evil 448
God 448
Being alive 453
Conscience 458
As for me, I’m a patriot 464
The rose of England 464
England in 1929 465
New brooms 465
Police spies 465
Energetic women 467
Film passion 467
Female coercion 467
Volcanic Venus 468
Wonderful spiritual women 469
What ails thee?— 469
Don’t look at me!— 470
Ships in bottles 471
What is man without an income?— 473
Canvassing for the election 474
Altercation 475
Up he goes!— 480
The saddest day 481
Henriette 484
Vitality 486
The man in the street. 497
Britannia’s baby. 498
Change of government. 499
Clydesider. 500
I. Neptune’s little affair with Freedom. 501
II. My Native Land. 502
III. The British Boy. 503
13000 people. 504
Innocent England. 506
Puss-Puss! 507
Modem Prayer. 511
What have they done to you—? 512
The People. 512
Magnificent democracy. 513
THE ‘NETTLES’ NOTEBOOK
Image-Making love. 517
The Emotional Friend. 518
The Egoists 519
Andraitx.—Pomegranate flowers. 521
Battle of Life. 522
The Heart of Man. 522
Moral Clothing 522
Refused friendship. 526
Future Relationships 526
Future Religion 526
Future States. 526
Future War 527
Initiation Degrees 527
Unhappy Souls 527
Full life 527
Multitudes. 529
Vengeance is mine— 530
Spanish privilege 532
The Spanish wife. 533
Modern problems. 533
Dominant woman. 534
Humility 535
Forte dei Marmi 540
Welcome Death. 543
13 Pictures 545
Souls to save 550
Hold Back! 551
Side-step, O sons of men! 554
On and on and on— 554
Oh wonderful machine! 554
Love thy neighbour— 555
Storm in the Black Forest. 558
Revolutions as such! 558
Service. 561
Name the gods! 561
Retort to Whitman 563
Retort to Jesus 563
The deepest sensuality 563
Sense of truth. 563
The human face. 566
Keep it up. 567
Race and battle. 568
Nothing to save. 568
The Hills 569
Choice of evils. 573
The half-blind. 574
Terra incognita. 575
Climbing down. 576
To Pino 576
Glimpses 579
For a moment. 579
Goethe and Pose. 580
Men like Gods. 580
Self-conscious people. 582
So let me live 583
Gladness of Death. [1] 583
Gladness of Death. [2] 584
Humanity needs pruning 585
Self-sacrifice 587
“Gross, coarse, hideous—” 587
God is Born 589
Flowers and Men. 593
Ship of Death 594
Prayer 597
The Argonauts 601
For the heroes are dipped in Scarlet. 602
Demiurge. 603
Red Geranium and Godly Mignonette 604
Bodiless God. 605
The Rainbow 605
They say the sea is loveless. 606
Whales weep not! 606
Butterfly [3] 610
Silence. 612
Pax. 614
Salt 619
When Satan fell 624
The Evil World-Soul 626
The Wandering Cosmos. 627
Strife 628
Difficult Death. 634
Sleep 638