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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  The New Poetry: An Anthology.  1917.
 
Index to Titles
 
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Aaron Hatfield
A City Afternoon
Adventure
A Farewell
After Apple-Picking
After Death
After the Martyrdom
A Gallant Woman
A Gift
A Hymn to Night
Aladdin and the Jinn
A Lady
A Legend of the Dove
Allegra Agonistes
Alone
America
Among Shadows
An Epitaph
A New England Church
An Immorality
An Incantation
Anne Rutledge
Annie Shore and Johnnie Doon
Antwerp
Apology
Apparitions
Archibald Higbie
Arlo Will
Ashes of Life
A Song of Happiness
A Song of Solomon
A Statue in a Garden
At a Window
At Daybreak
At Even
At Harvest
At the Aquarium
A Very Old Song
A Vivid Girl
A Woman and Her Dead Husband
A Woman’s Beloved
 
Back
Ballad for Gloom
Ballad of the Goodly Fere
Barberries
Bessie Bobtail
Beyond the Stars
Bird of Passion
Broadway
 
Caprice
Cargoes
Cassandra
Chicago
Chimes
Choose
Choricos
Cloistered
Cologne Cathedral
Color
Conquered
Consummation
Cradle Song
Creative
Cézanne
 
Dagonet’s Canzonet
Daisy Fraser
Dance Figure
Dancing Adairs
Dark Wings
Dawn
Dead Cleopatra
Debt
Departure
Dialogue
Diogenes
Dirge
Doc Hill
Doors
During a Chorale by Cesar Franck
 
Early Morning at Bargis
Early Nightfall
Easter
Editor Whedon
Elegiac Mood
Ellis Park
Envoi
Exile’s Letter
Expenses
 
Falling Snow
Fate Defied
Father Malloy
“Feuerzauber
Fiddler Jones
Fireflies in the Corn
Flash-lights
From “Gitanjali
From “Near Périgord
From “Sonnets of a Portrait Painter
From “The Gardener
Further Instructions
 
General William Booth Enters into Heaven
God’s World
Going for Water
Gold
Great City
[Greek]
Greek Folk Song
Green
Grief
Grieve not for Beauty
 
Handfuls
Hare Drummer
Hate
Hawks
Henry C. Calhoun
Her Going
Hermes of the Ways
Hill-born
Hit
Hoar-frost
Humoresque
 
I Am the Wind
I am Weary of Being Bitter
I Give Thanks
I Have Cast the World
III. Songs Ascending
Images
In Battle
Indian Summer
In March
In Memoriam F. O. S.
In the Ambulance
In the Mohave
In the Moonlight
Invocation
Irony
Irradiations
I Saw the Clouds
Iteration
 
Jan Kubelik
John Gorham
Joy
 
Killers
Kin
Kindred
 
La Fraisne
Lament
Landscapes
La Rue de la Montagne Sainte-Gèneviève
Last Night
Leaves
Lesbia
Liadain to Curithir
Like Him Whose Spirit
Like Music
Little Pagan Rain Song
Lost
Love Lyric
Love Me at Last
Lovers
Love Song
Lucinda Matlock
Lullaby
 
Magic
Make No Vows
Maternity
Meeting
Mending Wall
Metric Figure
Mexican Quarter
Moonrise
Morning
Motherhood
Mountain Song
Mowing
Music
Music I Heard
My Moon
My November Guest
My Sorrow
 
Nirvana
No Answer is Given
Nocturne in a Deserted Brickyard
Nodes
No Prey Am I
Not Overlooked
November Night
N. Y.
 
Oblivion
O Brother Tree
Old Age
Old Manuscript
Old Men Complaining
Ollie McGee
Omnia Exeunt in Mysterium
One City Only
On Hampstead Heath
On the Birth of a Child
On the Great Plateau
On the Jail Steps
On the Porch
On Waking
Open Windows
Oread
Ortus
Our Lady of Idleness
Our Prayer of Thanks
Over the Roofs
O World
 
Pain
Parasite
Pastel
Patterns
Peace
Peace on Earth
Perry Zoll
Peter Quince at the Clavier
Piccadilly
Places
Poems in Unrhymed Cadence
Polonius and the Ballad Singers
Portrait of a Lady
Portrait of an Old Woman
Postlude
Prayer for Pain
Priapus
Profits
 
Rain at Night
Rain in the Desert
Red Slippers
Reflections
Refugees
Retrospect
Richard Cory
Rue Bonaparte
Rutherford McDowell
 
Sacrifice
Safety
Sangar
Scherzo
Service of All the Dead
Seth Compton
She Hears the Storm
Ships
Sicilian Emigrant’s Song
Silence
Since I Have Felt the Sense of Death
Sketch
Slow Movement
Solitaire
Song
Song
Song
Song from “Mater
Song of the Souls Set Free
Song of Whip-Plaiting
Songs of a Girl
Souls
Spanish Johnny
Splendid and Terrible
Spring
Star-Magic
Star Thought
Storm
Storm Fear
Students
Stupidity Street
Sub Terra
Summer Hail
Sunday Evening in the Common
Sunday Morning
Sunrise on Rydal Water
Susanna and the Elders
Swallow Flight
 
Tenants
Teresina’s Face
The Acacia Leaves
The Answer
The Apple-Tree
The Bacchante to Her Babe
The Beggars
The Bird
The Bird and the Tree
The Bitter Purple Willows
The Blue Symphony
The Broken Field
The Cedars
The Chief’s Prayer after the Salmon Catch
The Child’s Quest
The Chinese Nightingale
The Choice
The Code—Heroics
The Coming of War: Actæon
The Comrade
The Congo
The Coral Fisher
The Dead
The Dead
The Diamond
The Eagle that is Forgotten
The Estuary
The Falconer of God
The Fear
The Flight
The Garden
The Garden
The Garret
The Going
The Great Hunt
The Great Man
The Growth of Lorraine
The Guarded Wound
The Harbor
The Harp of the Wind
The Hill
The Horse Thief
The Hotel
The Housewife
The Inner Silence
The Interne
The Intoxicated Poet
The Jewish Conscript
The Joke
The Jonquils
The King
The Last Days
The Listeners
“The Little Rose is Dust, My Dear
The Lonely Child
The Lonely Death
The Lover Sings of a Garden
The Man He Killed
The Marigold
The Master
The Mermaid
The Metal Checks
The Middle Kingdom
The Milky Way
The Miner
The Monkey
The Mountains are a Lonely Folk
The Movies
The Mystery
The New-Born
The Old Jew
The Old Woman
The Onion
The Others
The Palatine
The Pine at Timber-Line
The Pledge
The Poet
The Poet in the Desert
The Pool
The Pool
The Poor
The Poplar
The Ragpicker
The Rear Porches of an Apartment-Building
The Red Bridge
The Return
The River-Merchant’s Wife
The Road and the End
The Runner in the Skies
The Sea Bird to the Wave
The Sea-Shell
The Shadow
The Shrine
The Shroud
The Slave
The Soldier
The Son
The Song of Youth
The Steam Shovel
The Strange Companion
The Study in Aesthetics
The Stupid Kite
The Syrian Lover in Exile Remembers Thee, Light of my Land
The Temple
The Three Sisters
The Thunder-Shower
The Tragedienne
The Turbine
The View at Gunderson’s
The Voice
The Wanderer
The Warning
The Waste Places
The Water Ouzel
The Windmill
The Wonder of It
The Word
Thomas Rhodes
Three Poems
To a Captive Crane
To a Discarded Steel Rail
To an Enemy
To F. W.
To Hasekawa
To One Unknown
To Thee
Traümerei at Ostendorff’s
Trees
Triad
Triumph of the Singer
Twilight at Versailles
Two Voices
 
Under the Harvest Moon
 
Venus Transiens
Villanelle: The Psychological Hour
Virgins
Voyage à l’Infini
Voyages
 
Watching by a Sick-Bed
Webster Ford
What am I, Life?
What Dim Arcadian Pastures
What Tomas An Buile said in a Pub
When You Come
Who Loves the Rain
William H. Herndon
 
You
Youth in Arms

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