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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • I- from an Unknown Isle 1
  • To Thomas Hardy 2
  • The Witch-Ball 3
  • Egypt and the Cromwell Road 7
  • Christmas Eve 9
  • Approaching Elsinore 10
  • Northward 11
  • Distant Music 12
  • Condition 13
  • When Sleep Delays 14
  • Felicity 15
  • Heed Not the Bidding Voices 16
  • Sir Eglamour''s Farewell 17
  • A Ghost Speaks on the Styx 18
  • An Appeal for Saint George''s Hospital in London 19
  • Missolonghi, April 19 1824-1924 22
  • On the Performance of Thomas Hardy''s Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall 24
  • An Entry for Edmund Gosse''s Library Catalogue 25
  • 1914-1918- The Dead Speak 26
  • We Mothers Know 28
  • To a Poet on His Epitaph for the Fallen 30
  • The Heresy of an Elder on Not Believing in Fairies 31
  • The Atom of God- A Vision (to G. C. D.) 33
  • II- From the German 41
  • Note 43
  • Prelude. the Poet 47
  • Spring 48
  • Belinda 50
  • Rosette 51
  • My Chaste Mistress 52
  • Wanderer''s Night Song 53
  • Departure 54
  • To His Absent Mistress 55
  • The New Love 56
  • Prayer 57
  • The Last Tree 58
  • To His Dead Wife 59
  • A Woman''s Hand 60
  • Heart''s Proving 61
  • Content Was Full 62
  • Song 63
  • Epilogue- the German Muse 64
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