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  • Selected Poems *
  • Contents v
  • Biography viii
  • Cino i
  • Na Audiart 3
  • Villonaud for This Yule 5
  • The Tree 6
  • The White Stag 7
  • Sestina: Altaforte 7
  • Ballad of the Goodly Fere 9
  • Planh for the Young English King 12
  • "Blandula, Tenella, Vagula" 13
  • Erat Hora 14
  • The House of Splendour 14
  • The Tomb at Akr Çaar 15
  • Portrait D'Une Femme 16
  • An Object 18
  • The Seafarer 18
  • Δώpɩa 21
  • Apparuit 22
  • A Virginal 23
  • Of Jacopo Del Sellaio 23
  • The Return 24
  • Tenzone 24
  • The Garret 25
  • The Garden 26
  • Salutation 26
  • The Spring 27
  • A Pact 27
  • Dance Figure 28
  • April 29
  • The Rest 29
  • Les Millwin 30
  • A Song of the Degrees 31
  • Its 31
  • Salvationists 31
  • Arides 33
  • Amities 33
  • Meditatio 34
  • Coda 34
  • The Coming of War: Actaeon 35
  • In a Station of the Metro 35
  • Alba 36
  • Coitus 36
  • The Encounter 36
  • 'IméppΩ 37
  • Tame Cat 37
  • The Tea Shop 37
  • Ancient Music 38
  • The Lake Isle 38
  • Epitaphs 39
  • Villanelle: the Psychological Hour 39
  • Pagani's, November 8 41
  • Alba 42
  • Near Perigord 42
  • Song of the Bowmen of Shu 49
  • The Beautiful Toilet 50
  • The River Song 51
  • The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter 52
  • Poem by the Bridge at Ten-Shin 54
  • The Jewel Stairs' Grievance 55
  • Lament of the Frontier Guard 55
  • Exile's Letter 56
  • Taking Leave of a Friend 59
  • A Ballad of the Mulberry Road 60
  • Hugh Selwyn Mauberley 61
  • Yeux Glauques 65
  • "Siena Mi Fe'; Disfecemi Maremma" 66
  • Brennbaum 66
  • Mr. Nixon 67
  • Envoi (1919) 70
  • "The Age Demanded" 73
  • Medallion 77
  • From Homage to Sextus Propertius 78
  • C a N T O S 96
  • From Women of Trachis 183
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