CONTENTS
1. PAGE
2.
Introduction1
3. THOMAS AND FRIENDS
Fern Hill31
Twenty Four Years33
Poem in October35
Poem on his Birthday37
Once Below a Time39
Lament41
Ears in the Turrets Hear44
O Make Me a Mask -- To Others than You46
The Hunchback in the Park47
The Tombstone Told when She Died49
After the Funeral51
Do Not Go Gentle -- Elegy52
Grief Thief of Time56
When All My Five and Country Senses See59
Unluckily for a Death60
A Grief Ago64
It is the Sinner's Dust-Tongued Bell66
Not from this Anger69
Out of the Sighs71
I Make This in a Warring Absence73
Into her Lying Down Head79
A Saint About to Fall82
If My Head Hurt a Hair's Foot86
In Country Sleep91
4. LOVE'S ANATOMIST
I See the Boys of Summer99
When Once the Twilight Locks103
Our Eunuch Dreams108
All All and All the Dry Worlds Lever110
If I Were Tickled112

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  • 1 - Thomas and Friends 29
  • 2 - Love's Anatomist 97
  • 3 - The Work of Words 137
  • 4 - The Wrong Rain 163
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