A Pageant and Other Poems

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CONTENTS.
PAGE
THE KEY-NOTE II
THE MONTHS : A PAGEANT 13
PASTIME 33
"ITALIA, 10 TI SALUTO!" 34
MIRRORS OF LIFE AND DEATH 35
A BALLAD OF BODING 42
YET A LITTLE WHILE 52
HE AND SHE 53
MONNA INNOMINATA 54
"LUSCIOUS AND SORROWFUL" 69
DE PROFUNDIS 70
TEMPUS FUGIT 71
GOLDEN GLORIES 72
JOHNNY 73
"HOLLOW-SOUNDING AND MYSTERIOUS " 77
MAIDEN MAY 79
TILL TO-MORROW 84

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • A Pageant and Other Poems *
  • Contents *
  • The Key-Note *
  • The Months: A Pageant *
  • Pastime 33
  • Italia, 10 Ti Saluto ! 34
  • Mirrors of Life and Death 35
  • A Ballad of Boding 42
  • Yet a Little While. 52
  • He and She 53
  • Monna Innominata 54
  • Luscious and Sorrowful. 69
  • De Profundis 70
  • Tempus Fugit 71
  • Golden Glories 72
  • Johnny 73
  • Hollow-Sounding and Mysterious. 77
  • Maiden May 79
  • Till To-Morrow 84
  • Death-Watches 85
  • Touching "Never." 86
  • Brandons Both 87
  • A Life's Parallels 92
  • At Last 93
  • Golden Silences 94
  • In the Willow Shade 95
  • Fluttered Wings 99
  • A Fisher-Wife 100
  • What's in a Name? 101
  • Mariana 103
  • Memento Mori 104
  • One Foot on Sea, and One on Shore. 105
  • Buds and Babies 107
  • Boy Johnny 108
  • Freaks of Fashion 109
  • An October Garden 113
  • Summer is Ended. 114
  • Passing and Glassing 115
  • I Will Arise. R 117
  • A Prodigal Son 119
  • Soeur Louise de la MisÉricorde. (1674.) 120
  • An "Immurata" Sister 122
  • If Thou Sayest, Behold, We Knew It Not.—proverbs Xxiv. Ii, 12 124
  • The Thread of Life 127
  • An Old-World Thicket 130
  • All Thy Works Praise Thee, O Lord. 140
  • Later Life: A Double Sonnet of Sonnets 154
  • For Thine Own Sake, O My God. — 182
  • Until the Day Break 183
  • of Him That Was Ready to Perish. 185
  • Behold the Man! 187
  • The Descent from the Cross 188
  • It is Finished. 189
  • An Easter Carol 192
  • Behold a Shaking. 194
  • All Saints 196
  • Take Care of Him. 199
  • A Martyr 201
  • Why? 207
  • Love is Strong as Death. 208
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