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Louis Untermeyer, ed. (1885–1977). Modern British Poetry.  1920.
 
Index of Titles
 
A Ballad of Hell
A Ballad of London
A Bowl of Roses
A Broken Song
A Connaught Lament
A Consecration
A Dream
Aftermath
A House
All-Souls
An Arab Love-Song
An Astrologer's Song
An Epitaph
An Evening in England
An Old Song Resung
An Old Woman of the Roads
A Pinch of Salt
A Prayer in Darkness
A Rustic Song
A Song
A Thrush Before Dawn
A Town Window
A Translation from Petrarch
At the British Museum

Ballad of the Billycock
Barrel-Organ
Beautiful Lie the Dead
Beauty's a Flower
Before
Beg-Innish
Birdcatcher
Blackbird
Blind Pedlar
Bugler
By-the-Way

Cap and Bells
Choice
Clair de Lune
Cock-Crow
Complaint
Conundrum of the Workshops

Daisy
Days Too Short
Death and the Fairies
Donkey
Drake's Drum
Dreamers
Dust
Dying Swan

Epilogue
Epitaph
Estrangement
Eve
Evening Clouds
Every Thing
Example

Fifty Faggots
Fleet Street
Fragment from "Herod"
From "Vashti"

Going and Staying
Grandeur
Great Breath
Great Lover
Green River
Gunga Din

House That Was

I Am the Mountainy Singer
If I Should Ever By Chance
I Hear an Army
Images
Imagination
Impression du Matin
In Flanders Fields
Interlude
In the Mile End Road
In the Wood of Finvara
In Time of "The Breaking of Nations"
Invictus
I Shall Not Die for Thee
Is Love, then, so Simple
It's a Queer Time
I Wonder What It Feels Like to be Drowned?

Lake Isle of Innisfree
Last Post
Lepanto
Listeners
Lochanilaun
London
Lone Dog
Loveliest of Trees

Man He Killed
Margaritæ Sorori
Modern Beauty
Moon
Mystery
Mystic and Cavalier

Nearer
Nightingale Near the House
Nightingales
Nod

Ode
Ode in May
Old Ships
Old Susan
Old Woman

Pater of the Cannon
People
Piano
Plougher
Praise
Preëxistence
Prelude
Prelude
Progress

Reality
Rear-Guard
Reciprocity
Regret
Requiem
Requiescat
Return
Reveillé
Romance
Romance
Rounding the Horn

Sea-Fever
Sheep and Lambs
Shell
Sherwood
Sight
Silence Sings
Singer
Soldier
Song
Song
Song
Song of the Old Mother
Songs from an Evil Wood
Sonnet
South Country
Spires of Oxford
Sportsmen in Paradise
Stone
Stone Trees
Strange Meetings
Summer Sun

Tall Nettles
There Shall Be More Joy
Thomas of the Light Heart
Thrushes
Time, You Old Gipsy Man
Tired Tim
To An Athlete Dying Young
To An Old Fogey
To a Traveller
To Germany
To My Daughter Betty, The Gift of God
To Olivia
To One in Bedlam
To the Four Courts, Please
To the Oaks of Glencree
To Victory
Two Sonnets

Unknown God

Valley of Silence
Villain
Vision

Walls
Waves of Breffny
Web of Eros
What Tomas An Buile Said In a Pub
When I Was One-and-Twenty
Winter Nightfall
Winter-Time
With Rue My Heart is Laden

You Would Have Understood Me
 
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