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  • The Poem of Ulysses (1897)
  • Ovids Metamorphoses (1900?)
  • An Account in Verse . . .(1901)
  • “Poemata Minora, Volume II” (1902)
  • De Triumpho Naturae (1905)
  • Providence in 2000 A.D. (1912)
  • New England Fallen (1912)
  • On the Creation of Niggers (1912)
  • On a New-England Village Seen by Moonlight (1913)
  • Quinsnicket Park (1913)
  • Ad Criticos (1913)
  • “To Mr. Munroe, on His Instructive . . . Acct. of Switzerland” (1914)
  • On General Villa (1914)
  • On a Modern Lothario (1914)
  • To the Members of the Pin-Feathers (1914)
  • To the Rev. James Pyke (1914)
  • To an Accomplished Young Gentlewoman . . . (1914)
  • New England (1914)
  • Regnar Lodbrug’s Epicedium (1914)
  • The Power of Wine (1915)
  • The Simple Spellers Tale (1915)
  • 1914 (1915)
  • March (1915)
  • An Elegy on Franklin Chase Clark (1915)
  • To the Members of the UAPA from the Prov. Amateur Press Club (1915)
  • The Bay Staters Policy (1915)
  • The Crime of Crimes (1915)
  • To “The Scribblers” (1915)
  • On Receiving a Picture of Swans (1915)
  • To Charlie of the Comics (1915)
  • “Unda, or, The Bride of the Sea” (1915)
  • The State of Poetry (1915)
  • Gems from In a Minor Key (1915)
  • The Magazine Poet (1915)
  • A Mississippi Autumn (1915)
  • On the Cowboys of the West (1915)
  • “To Samuel Loveman, Esq., on His Poetry . . . Writ in the Elizabethan Style” (1915)
  • The Issacsonio-Mortoniad (1915)
  • A Rural Summer Eve (1916)
  • The Bookstall (1916)
  • An American to Mother England (1916)
  • The Teutons Battle-Song (1916)
  • To the Late John H. Fowler (1916)
  • “R. Kleiner, Laureatus” (1916)
  • Ye Ballade of Patrick von Flynn (1916)
  • Temperance Song (1916)
  • Content (1916)
  • The Beauties of Peace (1916)
  • The Smile (1916)
  • Inspiration (1916)
  • Respite (1916)
  • The Rose of England (1916)
  • Providence Press Club to Athenaeum Club (1916)
  • Brumalia (1916)
  • Brotherhood (1916)
  • The Poe-ets Nightmare (1916)
  • On Receiving a Picture of the Marshes of Ipswich (1917)
  • Futurist Art (1917)
  • Elegy on Phillips Gamwell (1917)
  • Lines on Gen. R. E. Lee (1917)
  • The Rutted Road (1917)
  • Fact and Fancy (1917)
  • The Nymphs Reply to the Modern Business Man (1917)
  • Lines on Graduation from R.I. Hospital (1917)
  • Percival Lowell (1917)
  • Pacifist War Song–1917 (1917)
  • “To Mr. Lockhart, on His Poetry” (1917)
  • Britannia Victoria (1917)
  • April (1917)
  • Interim Conjunctae (1917)
  • “To Greece, 1917” (1917)
  • The Peace Advocate (1917)
  • The Poet of Passion (1917)
  • On Receiving a Picture of Templeton and Mt. Monadnock (1917)
  • “Ode for July Fourth, 1917” (1917)
  • Prologue to Hoags “Fragments from an Hour of Inspiration” (1917)
  • Earth and Sky (1917)
  • On the Death of a Rhyming Critic (1917)
  • “To Mistress Sophia Simple, Queen of the Cinema” (1917)
  • Autumn (1917)
  • Nemesis (1917)
  • Sunset (1917)
  • Lines on the 25th Anniversary of The Providence Evening News (1917)
  • An American to the British Flag (1917)
  • Old Christmas (1917)
  • To the Nurses of the Red Cross (1917)
  • To the Arcadian (1917)
  • A Winter Wish (1917)
  • Astrophobos (1918)
  • The Volunteer (1918)
  • Laeta; a Lament (1918)
  • To Jonathan E. Hoag (1918)
  • Ver Rusticum (1918)
  • “Ad Britannos, 1918” (1918)
  • “To Mr. Kleiner, on Receiving the Poetical Works of Addison . . .” (1918)
  • Psychopompos (1918)
  • On a Battlefield in Picardy (1918)
  • A June Afternoon (1918)
  • The Link (1918)
  • A Sonnet on Myself (1918)
  • To Alan Seeger (1918)
  • The Spirit of Summer (1918)
  • Ward Phillips Replies [inc. Grace] (1918)
  • Damon and Delia (1918)
  • Phaeton (1918)
  • August (1918)
  • “To Delia, Avoiding Damon” (1918)
  • Hellas (1918)
  • To Arthur Goodenough (1918)
  • The Eidolon (1918)
  • Monos: An Ode (1918)
  • “To Col. Linkaby Didd, Guardian of Democracy” (1918)
  • Germania–1918 (1918)
  • Ambition (1918)
  • To the Eighth of November (1918)
  • A Garden (1918)
  • The Conscript (1918)
  • Greetings (1919)
  • To Maj.-Gen. Omar Bundy (1919)
  • Theodore Roosevelt (1919)
  • To Jonathan Hoag (1919)
  • Despair (1919)
  • Revelation (1919)
  • In Memoriam: J.E.T.D. (1919)
  • Spring (1919)
  • Damon–A Monody (1919)
  • Amissa Minerva (1919)
  • Hylas and Myrrha (1919)
  • North and South Britons (1919)
  • Helene Hoffman Cole (1919)
  • John Oldhama Defense (1919)
  • “A Cycle of Verse [inc. Clouds, Oceanus, Mother Earth]” (1919)
  • Myrrha and Strephon (1919)
  • The House (1919)
  • Monody on the Late King Alcohol (1919)
  • The Dead Bookworm (1919)
  • The Pensive Swain (1919)
  • The City (1919)
  • Oct. 17. 1919 (1919)
  • “To Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron Dunsany” (1919)
  • Wisdom (1919)
  • Birthday Lines to Margfred Galbraham (1919)
  • Bells (1919)
  • The Nightmare Lake (1919)
  • Alfredo (1919)
  • To Phillis (1920)
  • January (1920)
  • Tryouts Lament for the Vanished Spider (1920) Ad Scribam (1920)
  • On Reading Lord Dunsanys Book of Wonder (1920)
  • April Dawn (1920)
  • To a Dreamer (1920)
  • Cindy: Scrub Lady in a State Street Skyscraper (1920)
  • With a Copy of Wildes Fairy Tales (1920)
  • The Poets Rash Excuse (1920)
  • On a Grecian Colonnade in a Park (1920)
  • On Religion (1920)
  • The Voice (1920)
  • The Dream (1920)
  • Ex-Poets Reply (1920)
  • October [1] (1920)
  • “To S.S.L.–Oct. 17, 1920” (1920)
  • To Alfred Galpin (1920)
  • Theobaldian Aestivation (1920)
  • S.S.L.–Christmas 1920 (1920)
  • Christmas (1920)
  • On Receiving a Portrait of Mrs Berkeley (1920)
  • The Prophecy of Capys Secundus (1921)
  • To Mr. Hoag [1] (1921)
  • To a Youth (1921)
  • On the Return of Maurice W. Moe to the Pedagogical Profession (1921)
  • Sir Thomas Tryout (1921)
  • To Mr. Galpin (1921)
  • Medusa: A Portrait (1921)
  • On a Poets 91st Birthday (1922)
  • To Zara (1922)
  • To Damon (1922)
  • “To Samuel Loveman, with a Fellow-Martyrs Heartfelt Sympathy” (1922)
  • Waste Paper (1922)
  • To Rheinhart Kleiner on His Town Fables and Elegies (1923)
  • Chloris and Damon (1922)
  • To Mr. Hoag [2] (1922)
  • To Endymion (1922)
  • The Feast (1922)
  • “To Mr. Baldwin, upon Receiving a Picture of Him . . . ” (1922)
  • Lines for Poets Night at the Scribblers Club (1922)
  • Damon and Lyce (1922)
  • To Mr. Hoag [3] (1924)
  • Providence (1924)
  • Solstice (1924)
  • My Favourite Character (1925)
  • The Cats (1925)
  • To Xanthippe (1925)
  • Primavera (1925)
  • A Year Off (1925)
  • To an Infant (1925)
  • October [2] (1925)
  • To George Willard Kirk (1925)
  • To Jonathan Hoag [1] (1926)
  • Halloween in a Suburb (1926)
  • The Return (1926)
  • Festival (1926)
  • Hedone (1927)
  • To Miss Beryl Hoyt (1927)
  • To Jonathan E. Hoag [2] (1927)
  • The Absent Leader (1927)
  • Ave atque Vale (1927)
  • Veteropinguis Redivivus (1928)
  • To a Sophisticated Young Gentleman (1928)
  • The Wood (1929)
  • On the Achievements of a Popular Writer (1929)
  • “An Epistle to the Rt. Honble Maurce Winter Moe, Esq. of Zythopolis” (1929)
  • Sonnet Study (1929)
  • The Outpost (1929)
  • The Messenger (1929)
  • The East India Brick Row (1929)
  • The Ancient Track (1929)
  • Fungi from Yuggoth (1929-30)
      1. The Book
      2. Pursuit
      3. The Key
      4. Recognition
      5. Homecoming
      6. The Lamp
      7. Zaman’s Hill
      8. The Port
      9. The Courtyard
      10. The Pigeon-Flyers
      11. The Well
      12. The Howler
      13. Hesperia
      14. Star-Winds
      15. Antarktos
      16. The Window
      17. A Memory
      18. The Gardens of Yin
      19. The Bells
      20. Night-Gaunts
      21. Nyarlathotep
      22. Azathoth
      23. Mirage
      24. The Canal
      25. St. Toad’s
      26. The Familiars
      27. The Elder Pharos
      28. Expectancy
      29. Nostalgia
      30. Background
      31. The Dweller
      32. Alienation
      33. Harbour Whistles
      34. Recapture
      35. Evening Star
      36. Continuity
  • To a Young Poet in Dunediin (1931)
  • On an Unspoiled Rural Prospect (1931)
  • Bouts Rimes (1934)
  • Edith Miniter (1934)
  • Little Sam Perkins (1934)
  • “The Odes of Horace, III, ix” (1936)
  • In a Sequestered Providence Churchyard Where Once Poe Walked (1936)
  • To Mr. Finlay (1936)
  • To Clark Ashton Smith (1936)
  • Christmas fragments (?)
  • The Decline and Fall of a Man of the World (?)
  • Gryphus in Asinum Mutatus (?)
  • The Introduction (?)
  • Lifes Mystery (?)
  • On Lifes Mystery (?)
  • [Epigrams] (?)
  • Nathicana (?)
  • On an Accomplished Young Linguist (?)
  • On Collaboration (?)
  • “The Poetical Punch” (?)
  • Saturnalia (?)
  • Sors Poetae (?)
  • A Summer Sunset and Evening (?)
  • “To Mr. Terhune, on His Historical Fiction” (?)
  • “To Samuel Loveman, with a Belated Present of Stationery” (?)
  • “To Samuel Loveman, upon His Birthday” (?)
  • To the A.H.S.P.C. [2] (?)
  • To Two Epgephi (?)
  • Tosh Bosh (?)
  • Verses Designed for New Years Day (?)
  • Gaudeamus (?)
  • My Lost Love (?)

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