Collected Poems of John G. Neihardt

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • A Bundle of Myrrh - (1907) x
  • I - Lines in Late March 1
  • II - The Witless Musician 2
  • III - The Sound My Spirit Calls You 4
  • IV - At Parting 6
  • V - Longing 7
  • VI - Should We Forget 9
  • VII - Come Back 10
  • VIII - In Autumn 11
  • IX - The Subtle Spirit 13
  • X - Chaser of Dim Vast Figures 14
  • XI - The Temple of the Great Out-Doors 16
  • XII - There Was a Voice 19
  • XIII - When I Am Dead 21
  • XIV - In Dejection 22
  • XV - A Fancy 24
  • VI - Retrospect 25
  • XVII - Recognition 27
  • VIII - Confession 29
  • XIX - Weary 30
  • XX - If This Be Sin 31
  • XXI - Let Down Your Hair 32
  • XXII - The Lyric Night 33
  • XXIII - Titan-Woman 34
  • XXIV - The Morning Girl 36
  • XXV - The City of Dust 38
  • XXVI - The Fool's Mother 40
  • XXVII - Let Me Live Out My Years 41
  • XXVIII - Prayer of an Alien Soul 42
  • XXIX - The Ancient Story 45
  • XXX - The Last Altar 47
  • XXXI - Resurrection 49
  • A Vision of Woman - (1909) 51
  • A Vision of Woman 53
  • Woman-Wine 60
  • Eros 63
  • Gæa, Mother Gæa! 65
  • Nuptial-Song 69
  • The Stranger at the Gate - A Lyric Sequence Celebrating The Mystery of Birth (1912) 71
  • I - The Weavers 75
  • II - Ballad of a Poet's Child 78
  • III - The News 81
  • IV - In the Night 82
  • V - Break of Day 85
  • VI - Song to the Sun 88
  • VII - End of Summer 90
  • VIII - Hymn Before Birth. 92
  • IX - Triumph 94
  • X - The Child's Heritage 95
  • XI - Lullaby 97
  • The Poet's Town - (1908-12) 99
  • The Poet's Town 101
  • The Poet's Advice 110
  • Hark the Music 113
  • April the Maiden 114
  • Easter 115
  • April Theology 117
  • Morning-Glories 119
  • Invitations 121
  • And the Little Wind-- 122
  • On First Seeing the Ocean 124
  • Prairie Storm Rune 126
  • Prayer for Pain 131
  • Battle-Cry 133
  • The Lyric 135
  • Lonesome in Town 136
  • The Memory 137
  • What the Mother-Soul Says 138
  • At Sunrise 139
  • Money 141
  • Song of the Turbine Wheel 142
  • Cry of the People 147
  • Czolgosz 148
  • O Lyric Master! 149
  • Katharsis - (1914) 151
  • The Farmer's Thanksgiving - (1914) 153
  • The Voice of Nemesis 155
  • Echo Song 157
  • Fountain Song 159
  • Outward 160
  • The Ghostly Brother 162
  • When I Have Gone Weird Ways 165
  • L'Envoi 167
  • Two Mothers 169
  • Eight Hundred Rubles - (1913) 173
  • Agrippina - (1911) 195
  • Epics of the West 241
  • The Song of Three Friends - (1919) 243
  • The Song of Hugh Glass - (1915) 345
  • The Song of the Indian Wars - (1925) 451
  • Notes 629
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