Title Index

Absence, John Arthur Blaikie
Accompagnement, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Accueil / Greeting, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Adam's Curse, W.B. Yeats
Adlestrop, Edward Thomas
Advice to a Buttefly, Maxwell Bodenheim
After Apple-Picking, Robert Frost
Afterglow, George J. Dance
After Loos, Patrick MacGill
Afternoon in February, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
After Soufrière, Michael Field
After Summer, Philip Bourke Marston
After Summer Rain, David Morton
After the Winter, Claude McKay
Again at Christmas did we weave, Alfred Tennyson
All the Hills and Vales Along, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Always There, George J. Dance
Among the Foot-Hills of the Rockies, Mary Electa Adams
Among the Rocks, Robert Browning
Ancestral Houses, W.B. Yeats
The Ancient Game, Alfred Gordon
And wilt thou have me fashion into speech, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
The Angels' Anthem, Harry Kemp
Anthem for Doomed Youth, Wilfred Owen
The Anxious Dead, John McCrae
Any Woman, Hazel Hall
April, John Clare
April, Ernest Howard Crosby
April, Ralph Waldo Emerson
April, Helen Hunt Jackson
April, G.A. Studdart Kennedy
April, Odell Shepard
April, Katharine Tynan
April, William Carlos Williams
April Again, J. Lewis Milligan
April (An April Day), J. Ashby-Sterry
April Aubade, Sylvia Plath
An April Fool of Long Ago, Jean Blewett
April Fool's Day, Will E. Cowles
April in the Hills, Archibald Lampman
April Madness, Charles Hanson Towne
An April Morning, Bliss Carman
April Weather, Bliss Carman
L'aquarelle / Watercolour, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Arlington, Skipwith Cannell
As at a Theatre, Wallace Stevens
As imperceptibly as Grief, Emily Dickinson
As We Go On, Maxwell Struthers Burt
At the End of September, Sandor Petofi
At the Palais, George J. Dance
At the Year's Turn, Francis Sherman
August, John Clare
August, Christopher Pearse Cranch
August, Helen Hunt Jackson
August, E. Nesbit
August, Algernon Charles Swinburne
August, Elinor Wylie
August (Beside the Sea), J. Ashby-Sterry
August Evening on the Beach, Lake Huron, William Wilfred Campbell
August Night, Sara Teasdale
August Night, on Georgian Bay, William Wilfred Camphell
August Wind, Margaret Deland
An August Wood Road, Charles G.D. Roberts
Autrefois / Once, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Autumn, Florence Earle Coates
Autumn, Gladys Cromwell
Autumn, John Davidson
Autumn, T.E. Hulme
Autumn, Walter de la Mare
Autumn, Thomas Nashe
Autumn, Theodore Harding Rand
Autumn, Francesca Rios
Autumn, George Sterling
Autumnal, Ernest Dowson
Autumnal Sonnet, William Allingham
Autumn Ballad, Henry Abbey
Autumn Dawn, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Autumn Evening, Frances Cornford
Autumn in Sussex, Radclyffe Hall
Autumn Music, George J. Dance
Autumn Orchards, Clark Ashton Smith
Autumn Rain, D.H. Lawrence
Autumn's Orchestra, Pauline Johnson
The Autumn Thistles, Charles G.D. Roberts
Autumn Treasure, Richard Le Gallienne
Autumn Twilight, Harry Kemp
Autumn Twilight, Arthur Symons
Awake, thou Spring, Thomas Campion
Away from Town, Harry Kemp
baguette, David Rutkowski
Balance, Michael G. Munoz
Ballade of Midsummer Days and Nights, William Ernest Henley
Ballade of Summer's Sleep, Archibald Lampman
Ballade of Tristram's Last Harping, Gertrude Bartlett
Barbara Allen's Cruelty
baseball, David Rutkowski
The Bat and the Loon, Gary Frankfurth
The Battle of Blenheim, Robert Southey
Bavarian Gentians, D.H. Lawrence
The Beach in August, Weldon Kees
Beautiful Old Age, D.H. Lawrence
Because, one night, my soul reached out, Govinda Krishna Chettur
The Bed of Old John Zeller, Wallace Stevens
Before Harvest, W.M. MacKeracher
Before the Snow, Andrew Lang
Before Spring, Alice Duer Miller
The Bells, Edgar Allan Poe
Beloved, Govinda Krishna Chettur
Beneath Apple Boughs, Lee Wilson Dodd
Besides the Autumn poets sing, Emily Dickinson
Between the dusk of a summer night, William Ernest Henley
Bird Cage / Cage d'oiseau, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Birds of Passage, Peter McArthur
Bird Song, George J. Dance
The birds that sing on autumn eves, Robert Bridges
Black and Blue Night, Will Dockery
Blind, Harry Kemp
Blow, blow, thou winter wind, William Shakespeare
The Blue Heron, Theodore Goodridge Roberts
Blue Squills, Sara Teasdale
The Bobolinks, Christopher Pearse Cranch
Bombardment, Richard Aldington
A Book of Dreams, II.4, George MacDonald
The Book of Wisdom, Stephen Crane
A Boy and His Dad, Edgar Guest
Boy Remembers in the Field, Raymond Knister
Bramble-Hill, William Allingham
Break of Day in the Trenches, Isaac Rosenberg
Breeze, Ilya Shambat
The Bright Extensive Will AE Reiff
Bring, in this timeless grave to throw, A.E. Housman
The Brook in February, Charles G.D. Roberts
The Burning Babe, Robert Southwell
By the Pacific Ocean, Joaquin Miller
Cage d'oiseau, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Call Back Our Dead, F.G. Scott
The Call of the Green, Laurence Alma-Tadema
Canada, Charles G.D. Roberts
Canadian Folk-Song, William Wilfred Campbell
The Canadian Rossignol in May, E.W. Thomson
A Canadian Summer Evening, Rosanna Leprohon
Card Game, Frank Prewitt
Casey at the Bat, Ernest Lawrence Thayer
Ceremonies for Christmas, Robert Herrick
Ce sera, donc, par un clair jour d'ete, Paul Verlaine
C'est là sans appui, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Chaos in Motion and Not in Motion, Wallace Stevens
Cherry-Ripe, Robert Herrick
The Cherry Tree, A.E. Housman
The Children / Les enfants, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Christmas, George Herbert
Christmas, Sophie Jewett
Christmas, G.A. Studdert Kennedy
Christmas Bells, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Christmas Bells, Edward Robeson Taylor
A Christmas-Cake, Helen Maria Williams
Christmas Carol, Sara Teasdale
A Christmas Carol, G.K. Chesterton
Christmas Carol, May Probyn
A Christmas Carol, George Wither
A Christmas Carol for 1862, George Macdonald
Christmas Carols (It came upon the midnight clear), Edmund H. Sears
Christmas Cheer, Thomas Tusser
Christmas Eve, Edgar Guest
A Christmas Greeting, Walt Whitman
Christmas in the Olden Time, Walter Scott
A Christmas Lullaby, John Addington Symonds
Christmas Morn, Thomas D'Arcy McGee
The Christmas Night, Lucy Maud Montgomery
Christmas, 1917, Stella Benson
Christmas Prophecy, Arthur Wentworth Eaton
The Christmas Silence, Margaret Deland
Christmas Song, Bliss Carman
Christmas Sonnet, E.A. Woodward
A Christmas Symphony, Helen Hunt Jackson
Christmas Trees, Robert Frost
Christ's Nativity, Henry Vaughan
Chūn Wàng / Spring Scene, Tu Fu
The City Revisited, Stephen Vincent Benét
A City Sunset, T.E. Hulme
Clay Dreams, R.K. Singh
The cold earth slept below, Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Cold Heaven, W.B. Yeats
The Coming of Winter, Archibald Lampman
The Coming of Spring: Madrid, Arthur Symons
Coming Spring, Max Eastman
Commencement perpetuel, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Conjurer, George J. Dance
Conjuror, Michael G. Munoz
A Contemplation Upon Flowers, Henry King
Corinna's Going a-Maying, Robert Herrick
A corpse demands a drink, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Country Boy Sliding, Robert P.T. Coffin
Crepuscule, E.E. Cummings
Cuckoo Song
The Cup, Duncan Campbell Scott
Cynara, Ernest Dowson
Daily News, George J. Dance
Dance Pageant, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Dark Hills, Edwin Arlington Robinson
The Darkling Thrush, Thomas Hardy
The Day Charles Bukowski Died, Gary Frankfurth
A Day in June, James Russell Lowell
The Day is Waning, Katharine Lee Bates
Daysleepers, George J. Dance
Dead Leaves, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Dead or Alive, R.K. Singh
The Dead [1914 III.], Rupert Brooke
The Dead [1914 IV.], Rupert Brooke
The Death of the Old Year, Alfred Tennyson
A Decade, Amy Lowell
December, John Clare
December, Christopher Pearse Cranch
December, George J. Dance
December, John Davidson
December, Helen Hunt Jackson
December, Stuart Livingston
December, Dollie Radford
December ('Neath Mistletoe), J. Ashby-Sterry
Defeat, Constance Woodrow
Déjeuner sur l'herbe, Edith Sitwell
Departure, Edna St. Vincent Millay
"Desolation is a Delicate Thing", Elinor Wylie
The Devil, the Moon, and the River, Geoffrey Long
Dialogue of the Earth and Flower, Richard Oakley
Dirge, Helen Dudley
Dirge in Woods, George Meredith
A Dirge for Summer, Sebastian Evans
Dirty Spring, Edward Sapir
A Distant Spring, Charles Hanson Towne
The Diver, W.W.E. Ross
Domesday, Robert Hillyer
The Donkey, G.K. Chesterton
The Dove of New Snow, Vachel Lindsay
A Dream, Elizabeth C. Kinney
A Dream in November, Edmund Gosse
Drifting Away: A Fragment, Charles Kingsley
The Drum, John Scott of Amwell
A Duet, T. Sturge Moore
Dulce et Decorum est, Wilfred Owen
Dusk in June, Sara Teasdale
The Dwarf, Wallace Stevens
The Dying Philosopher to his Fiddler, John Drinkwater
Each tree did boast the wished spring times pride, Thomas Watson
The Eagle That Is Forgotten, Vachel Lindsay
Early Autumn, Robert Bridges
Early Spring, John Clare
Early Winter, Weldon Kees
Easter, Katharine Tynan
Easter Day, Oscar Wilde
Easter Music, Margaret Deland
Easter Ode, Paul Lawrence Dunbar
Easter Song, Francis Sherman
An Easter Song, Richard Le Gallienne
Easter Week, Joyce Kilmer
The Ecchoing Green, William Blake
8-8, David Rutkowski
Elixir (Dance Mix), Crystal Matteau & George J. Dance
The Elms, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Empty Places, Marjory Nicholls
Endless Beginning, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The End of Summer (1902), Madison Cawein
The End of Summer (1914), Madison Cawein
The End of the Summer, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
End of Winter in Long Island, Marjory Nicholls
Les enfants / The Children, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Enthusiast: An ode, William Whitehead
Envoy, Ernest Dowson
Episode of a Night in May, Arthur Symons
Especially when the October wind, Dylan Thomas
Esthétique du Mal, Wallace Stevens
The evening darkens over, Robert Bridges
An Evening in October, Sophia Almon Hensley
Evening on the Marshes, Barry Straton
Evil / Le Mal, Arthur Rimbaud
The Exposed Nest, Robert Frost
Faction / Vigil, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
A Fading of the Sun, Wallace Stevens
The Fair Singer, Andrew Marvell
Fair summer droops, Thomas Nashe
The Falling of the Leaves, William Butler Yeats
Fall, Leaves, Fall, Emily Brontë
The Fall of the Leaf, Richard Watson Dixon
The Fall of the Leaf, Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The Farmer's Bride, Charlotte Mew
Fate, Patrick MacGill
father, David Rutkowski
Father, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The Faun Sees Snow for the First Time, Richard Aldington
February, John Clare
February, Ralph Hodgson
February, Helen Hunt Jackson
February, Sally Bruce Kinsolving
February, William Morris
February in Rome, Edmund Gosse
February (Saint Valentine), J. Ashby-Sterry
Feuilles d'Automne, Duncan Campbell Scott
Fièvre / Fever, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Final Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour, Wallace Stevens
First Day of Summer, Laurence Binyon
First Snow, Charles E.S. Wood
The First Snow-Fall, James Russell Lowell
Flying Over, Theodore Goodridge Roberts
Flûte, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Flute of Spring, Bliss Carman
For Christmas, Harriet Monroe
For Christmas Day, Charles Wesley
For Now Comes Summer, Louis Golding
For Summer-time, George Wither
For the Fallen, Laurence Binyon
Frayed Page Soaked in Rain, Will Dockery
Free Fantasia on Japanese Themes, Amy Lowell
From a Chinese Vase, Winifred Welles
Frost at Midnight, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"Frost Tonight", Edith M. Thomas
The Frozen Thames, John Gay
Fuji-san, George J. Dance
The Furrow, Charles G.D. Roberts
A Game of Chess, Mortimer Collins
Ganesha Girl on Rankin, Will Dockery
Garden, H.D.
The Garden, Sara Teasdale
George Edmund's Song, Charles Dickens
Gethsemane, Rudyard Kipling
Ghosts of Uncertainties, R.S. Mallari
The Ghost-yard of the Goldenrod, Bliss Carman
"Girls and Boys Come out to Play," Eliza Cook
God is Good. It is a Beautiful Night., Wallace Stevens
The Golden Land, Francis Turner Palgrave
Good Books, Edgar Guest
Good King Wenceslas, John Mason Neale
Granite Grasses, Tom Bishop
The Gravedigger, Bliss Carman
The Great Matter, Obsidian Eagle
The Great Willows, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
A Greek Idyl, Mortimer Collins
The Green Book of the Bards, Bliss Carman
Green Boughs, Frank Pearce Sturm
The Green Door, C.F. MacIntyre
The Green Roads, Edward Thomas
Greeting / Accueil, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
ground zero, Shaun Hull
Hallowe'en in a Suburb, H.P. Lovecraft
The Happy Tree, Gerald Gould
Harvest Dust, Winifred Welles
The Harvest Moon, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Haunted Palace, Edgar Allan Poe
The Hawk, Raymond Knister
Heart Winter, James Lewis Milligan
Heat, Archibald Lampman
Heat in the City, Charles G.D. Roberts
The Height of Land, Duncan Campbell Scott
Hendecasyllabics, Algernon Swinburne
Hero, Maureen Dance
High Flight, John Gillespie Magee, Jr.
A High-Toned Old Christian Woman, Wallace Stevens
Hockey War, David Pekrul
Home Thoughts, from Abroad, Robert Browning
Horatian Ode 1.9, Horace, trans. Charles Stuart Calverley
The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm, Wallace Stevens
The Housewife: Winter Afternoon, Karle Wilson Baker
how far away it was, ray heinrich
How He Died, Ernest Howard Crosby
How like a winter hath my absence been (Sonnet XCVII), William Shakespeare
How soon will all my lovely days be over, Bliss Carman
How Spring Came (to the Lake Region), William Wilfred Campbell
How true love is likened to summer, Thomas Malory
The Huron Carol, Jean de Brebeuf (translated by J. Edgar Middleton)
Hurrahing in Harvest, Gerard Manley Hopkins
A Hymn on the Nativity of My Savior, Ben Jonson
Hymn to the Month of September, John Davies
I Am Not Yours, Sara Teasdale
The Ice Storm, Ambrose Philips
Icicle Drops, Arthur John Lickhart
The Idlers, E. Pauline Johnson
If I should learn, in some quite casual way, Edna St. Vincent Millay
If thou must love me, let it be for nought, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
If Winter Remain, Clark Ashton Smith
If you were a Rose and I were the Sun, Radclyffe Hall
I Have a Rendezvous with Death , Alan Seeger
I heard a bird sing, Oliver Herford
I know I am but summer to your heart, Edna St. Vincent Millay
I Like Canadians, Ernest Hemingway
I lived with visions for my company, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I loved you when the tide of prayer, Bliss Carman
I love to see the summer beaming forth, John Clare
Impression: Le Reveillon, Oscar Wilde
Impressions, Beatrice Redpath
Improvisations on the Flute, Marjorie Pickthall
In a drear-nighted December, John Keats
In a Garden, Radclyffe Hall
In Apple Time, Bliss Carman
In a September Night, F. Wyville Home
In a Suburb, H.P. Lovecraft
Inaugural Poem, Richard Oakley
In August, Paul Laurence Dunbar
In Autumn, Alice Meynell
In a Winter Wood, Clinton Scollard
In a Wood, Coventry Patmore
Indian Summer, William Wilfred Campbell
Indian Summer, Archibald Lampman
Indian Summer, Edna Dean Proctor
An Indian Summer Day on the Prairie, Vachel Lindsay
Indifference?, R.K. Singh
In February, Alice Meynell
In Fountain Court, Arthur Symons
In July, Edward Dowden
In June, Albert E.S. Smythe
In June and Gentle Oven, Anne Wilkinson
In Just-spring, E.E. Cummings
In March, Archibald Lampman
In May, W.H. Davies
In May, F. Sackett
In Memoriam (Easter 1915), Edward Thomas
In my craft or sullen art, Dylan Thomas
Inniskeen Road: July Evening, Patrick Kavanagh
Insanity, Maxwell Bodenheim
In September, Amy Levy
In September, Charles G.D. Roberts
In Spring, Aline Kilmer
In Summer, Paul Laurence Dunbar
In Summer Time, Paul Laurence Dunbar
In the Bleak Mid-Winter, Christina Rossetti
In the Fields, Charlotte Mew
In the Garden, George J. Dance
In the Gardens of Shushan, Marjorie Pickthall
In the High Hills, Maxwell Struthers Burt
In the Shadows, Pauline Johnson
The Intruder, Grace Stone Coates
In Violet Light, George J. Dance
I See Phantoms of Hatred and of the Heart's Fullness and of the Coming Emptiness, W.B. Yeats
I So Liked Spring, Charlotte Mew
I Speak Your Name, Sophie Jewett
It is the day when he was born, Alfred Tennyson
It Is Winter, I Know, Merrill Moore
It shall be, then, upon a summer's day, Paul Verlaine
It sifts from Leaden Sieves, Emily Dickinson
It's September, Edgar Guest
It Was Upon, Edward Thomas
I would I were the glow-worm, thou the flower, Mathilde Blind
Jacket, Tom Hendricks
January, Hilaire Belloc
January, Craven Langstroth Betts
January, Robert Bridges
January, John Clare
January, Helen Hunt Jackson
January, William Carlos Williams
A January Dandelion, George Marion McClellan
January Dusk, John Drinkwater
A January Morning, Archibald Lampman
January (Upon the Ice), J. Ashby-Sterry
Le jeu / The Playing, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Jonah, AE Reiff
The Journey of the Magi, T.S. Eliot
The Judgment of the May, Richard Watson Dixon
July, John Clare
July, George J. Dance
July, Helen Hunt Jackson
July, Lionel Johnson
July, Charles G.D. Roberts
July Midnight, Amy Lowell
July (On Henley Bridge), J. Ashby-Sterry
Jumbo Park, Stuart Leichter
June, Guy Wetmore Carryl
June, George J. Dance
June, Margaret Deland
June, Helen Hunt Jackson
June, John Payne
June, Dollie Radford
June, Virna Sheard
June (In Rotten Row), J. Ashby-Sterry
June in the City, John Reed
June Leisure, Bliss Carman
June Rain, Richard Aldington
June Rain, Louise Driscoll
A June-Tide Echo, Amy Levy

Knowing, David W. Lewry
Lady of Autumn, C.F. MacIntyre
The Lake Isle of Innisfree, W.B. Yeats
Lana Turner has collapsed!, Frank O'Hara
Landscape in Two Colours on a Background of Sky, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Landsman, Francis Sherman
Large Red Man Reading, Wallace Stevens
The Last Storm, Archibald Lampman
Last Week in October, Thomas Hardy
Last Week of February, 1890, Robert Bridges
Late Autumn in the Hills, Laura Sherry
Late Snow, J.C. Squire
Leafless April, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Let me not to the marriage of true minds (Sonnet CXVI), William Shakespeare
Let Me Sing of What I Know, William Allingham
Let No Charitable Hope, Elinor Wylie
Letter in November, Sylvia Plath
Life is But a Dream, Lewis Carroll
A Light exists in Spring, Emily Dickinson
Light of Day, George J. Dance
Like a tall forest were their spears, Bliss Carman
Like one great opal on the breast of Night, Robert Norwood
Like Rain it sounded till it curved, Emily Dickinson
Lilies and Violets, Mary Gilmore
The Lily Bed, Isabella Valancy Crawford
Lines in Late March, John G. Neihardt
Lines to the New Year, 1822, Adam Hood Burwell
Lines (When youthful faith has fled), John Gibson Lockhart
Lines Written in Early Spring, William Wordsworth
Lines (You go to the woods), Carolyn Sturgis Tappan
A little Madness in the Spring, Emily Dickinson
Little Things, Orrick Johns
London, F.S. Flint
London Snow, Robert Bridges
Long May You Live, George J. Dance
Lorelei's Song / Das Loreleylied, Heinrich Heine
Love at Easter, Katharine Tynan
Love is not all, Edna St. Vincent Millay
A Love Song, Duncan Campbell Scott
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, T.S. Eliot
Love-songs of the Open Road, Kendall Banning
Lucky Penny, George J. Dance
Lunar Baedeker, Mina Loy
The Lute-Player, Frank Pearce Sturm
Lying in the Grass, Edmund Gosse
Mad as the Mist and Snow, W.B. Yeats
A Madrigal, Isidore G. Ascher
A Madrigal, Jane Elizabeth MacDonald
The Magi, W.B. Yeats
The Mahogany Tree, William Makepeace Thackeray
Maison fermée / Shuttered House, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Le Mal / Evil, Arthur Rimbaud
Manhattan, Lola Ridge
Mannequin in a Mirror, Matt E. & George J. Dance
The Man with the Blue Guitar, Wallace Stevens
March, John Clare
March, George J. Dance
March, Camilla Doyle
March, Helen Hunt Jackson
March, William Morris
March, Seranus (Susan Frances Harrison)
March, Edward Thomas
A March Day in London, Amy Levy
March in Tryon, Florence D. Snelling
The March of the Dead, Robert W. Service
March (O Wind of March), J. Ashby-Sterry
The March Thaw, Edwin Curran
Mars & Avril, George J. Dance
Mary Tired, Marjorie Pickthall
Marshlands, Pauline Johnson
The Master Physicist, Tom Hendricks
The Masterpiece of Dawn, Leslie Moon
Maui '70, Matt Erwin
May, W.M.W. Call
May, John Clare
May, George J. Dance
May, Helen Hunt Jackson
May, Christina Rossetti
May, Edward Thurlow
May and Death, Robert Browning
May (A Private View), J. Ashby-Sterry
May Evening in Central Park, Amy Lowell
May Garden, John Drinkwater
May in the Greenwood
The May Magnificat, Gerard Manley Hopkins
A May Morning, John Davidson
The May Queen, Marie Fischer
A May Song, Violet Fane
The May Tree, Radclyffe Hall
May Wind, Sara Teasdale
A Meadow in Spring, Tom Bishop
Meditations in Time of Civil War, W.B. Yeats
A Memory, Francis Sherman
A Memory of June, Claude McKay
Men Made Out of Words, Wallace Stevens
Merry Margaret, John Skelton
The Message of the March Wind, William Morris
Metric Figure, William Carlos Williams
Mid-May, Charles R. Murphy
Midnight Cry, R.K. Singh
Midnight Sonnet, Charles Sangster
Mid-October, Helen Birch Bartlett
Midsummer Night, Archibald Lampman
A Midsummer Night's Storm, W.H. Davies
The Minister of Tea and Salt, Tom Hendricks
Minor Apocalypse, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Minstrels [To the Rev. Dr. Wordsworth], William Wordsworth
Mi­nuit, chré­tiens / O Holy Night, Placide Cappeau
A Miracle, George J. Dance
Mistletoe, Walter de la Mare
Mnemosyne, Trumbull Stickney
The Modern Politician, Archibald Lampman
The Month of April, Coplestone Warre Bampfylde
Moonlight and Common Day, Louise Morey Bowman
Morning on the Lièvres, Archibald Lampman
Morning on the Shore, William Wilfred Campbell
The morns are meeker than they were, Emily Dickinson
Mortality, Gerald Gould
Un mort demande à boire, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Mother, Lola Ridge
Mother o' Mine, Rudyard Kipling
The Motive for Metaphor, Wallace Stevens
Mount Auburn in May, Louise Imogen Guiney
My Descendants, W.B. Yeats
My Heart is a Lute, Caroline Blanche Elizabeth Lindsay
My House, W.B. Yeats
My November Guest, Robert Frost
My Silence (1 - 3) (4 - 6), R.K. Singh
My Table, W.B. Yeats
The Names, Billy Collins
Nearing Quebec, Katherine Hale
Nebula, Desi Di Nardo
Newark Abbey, Thomas Love Peacock
The New Plaything, Ring Lardner
News, AE Reiff
The New Year, Emma Lazarus
The New Year, Edward Thomas
New Year's Day, Violet Fane
A New Year's Gift, William Strode
Niagara, Adelaide Crapsey
Night (Fall), George J. Dance
Night for Adventures, Victor Starbuck
The Night Piece, to Julia, Robert Herrick
A Night-Rain in Summer, Leigh Hunt
1914, Rupert Brooke
No!, Thomas Hood
No Man's Land, Gilbert Parker
No Support / C'est là sans appui, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
No Possum, No Sop, No Taters, Wallace Stevens
Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction, Wallace Stevens
nothing, Ray Heinrich
Not Ideas about the Thing but the Thing Itself, Wallace Stevens
November, John Clare
November, Alexander Louis Fraser
November, Robert Frost
November, F.W. Harvey
November, Helen Hunt Jackson
November, Elizabeth Drew Stoddard
November (A London Fog), J. Ashby-Sterry
November in the Park, Dorothy Dudley
November Night, Adelaide Crapsey
November Night, Arthur Davison Ficke
A November Rose, Dollie Radford
November Surf, Robinson Jeffers
Now Thrice Welcome Christmas, William Winstanley
Now winter nights enlarge, Thomas Campion
O Canada: The land we love, David Pekrul
The Ocean, Nathaniel Hawthorne
October, Hilaire Belloc
October, William Cullen Bryant
October, Ellis Parker Butler
October, John Clare
October, Mary Weston Fordham
October, Robert Frost
October, Helen Hunt Jackson
October, J. Lewis Milligan
October, John Reed
October, Edward Thomas
October, Jewell Bothwell Tull
October, Margaret Veley
October, Ethelwyn Wetherald
October, Elinor Wylie
An October Garden, Christina Rossetti
October (Once More at Home), J. Ashby-Sterry
The October Redbreast, Alice Meynell
October: "The old eyes", H.L. Davis
Ode, Richard West
Ode: Autumn, Thomas Hood
Ode to Liberty, James G. Percival
Ode to Sport, Pierre de Coubertin
Ode to the West Wind, Percy Bysshe Shelley
Of Modern Poetry, Wallace Stevens
O Happy Christmas Days of Old, Arthur Wentworth Eaton
O Holy Night, John Sullivan Dwight
Oh that Love Has Come at All, Mark Turbyfill
Old Christmas, Mary Howitt
Old Song, Edward FitzGerald
The Old Year, John Clare
O, Love builds on the azure sea, Isabella Valancy Crawford
Olympian Ode 14, Pindar
O moon, large golden summer moon, Mathilde Blind
On a Ferry Passing New York City in January, Michael Strange
Once / Autrefois, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Once Like a Light, AE Reiff
One Day in May, Clinton Scollard
One day I wrote her name upon the strand, Edmund Spenser
Only a Dad, Edgar Guest
Only the Lonely, George J. Dance
Only until this cigarette is ended, Edna St. Vincent Millay
On Receiving News of the War, Isaac Rosenberg
On Summer, George Moses Horton
On the First Morning of Spring, A.Y. Campbell
On the Grasshopper and Cricket, John Keats
Les ormes / The Elms, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
O, thou whose face has feld the winter's wind, John Keats
Over the Hills and Far Away, Eugene Field
Over the roofs the honey-coloured moon, Bliss Carman
The Oxen, Thomas Hardy
Oxford Cheese Ode, James McIntyre
page 59, Mary Kasimor
Passion, Dana Dodd
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love, Christopher Marlowe
A Pastoral, Robert Hillyer
The Pastoral Pilgrim, Katharine Tynan
A Patch of Old Snow, Robert Frost
Paysage en deux couleurs sur fond du ciel, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Peace, Rupert Brooke
Peace on Earth, Edwin Arlington Robinson
Penny (or Penny's Hat), George J. Dance
Penny's Cat is Dead, George J. Dance
Penny's OS, George J. Dance
Penny's OS 2.0, George J. Dance
Petite fin du monde, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Petit, the Poet, Edgar Lee Masters
Phillida and Coridon, Nicholas Breton
Pine River Bay, Dorothy Dudley
Pines Against the Light, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Pines, Robert Service
The Pines and the Sea, Christopher Pearse Cranch
Pins à contre-jour, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Piping Mountainy Man, Edward J. O'Brien
The Pity of the Leaves, Edwin Arlington Robinson
The Playing / Le jeu, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Poem (Lana Turner has collapsed!), Frank O'Hara
Poem in October, Dylan Thomas
The Poems of Our Climate, Wallace Stevens
poem while watching dali paint the iridescent sky, John Sweet
Poem with Rhythms, Wallace Stevens
The Poet, Giles Goodland
The Poet's Hat, Robert Fuller Murray
The Pool, Marjorie Pickthall
The Poplar in August, Frances Cornford
The Poplars, Bernard Freeman Trotter
Portrait, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
portrait, Shaun Hull
The Potato Harvest, Charles G.D. Roberts
A Prayer for Spring, Robert Frost
Prayer of the Year, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Premonition, George J. Dance
Premonition, Louise Driscoll
Principia Poetica, Obsidian Eagle
Prison, Dave Holloway
Pro Patria Mortui, Helena Coleman
Proud Words, Tom Hendricks
Puck's Song, Rudyard Kipling
Puella Parvula, Wallace Stevens
The Pulse of Spring, Mark Turbyfill
Purple, Glenn Ward Dresbach
Qu'est-ce qu'on peut, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Quiet Snow, Raymond Knister
The Rabbit, Camilla Doyle
Rain After a Vaudeville Show, Stephen Vincent Benét
A Rainy Day in April, Francis Ledwidge
A Rainy Summer, Violet Fane
The Reader, Wallace Stevens
The Reawakening, Walter de la Mare
Red Clover, Elaine & Dora Read Goodale
Red Lipped Stranger, Will Dockery
Red o'er the forest peers the setting sun, John Keble
A Red Red Rose, Robert Burns
Rejoice this Day, Govinda Krishna Chettur
Remembering Ishtar (1929), Ivan McNeil
Remembrance, George J. Dance
Renaissance, A.G. Stephens
Return of Spring, Pierre de Ronsard
A Rhyme About an Electrical Advertising Sign, Vachel Lindsay
The Rich Man, Franklin P. Adams
Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, Alfred Tennyson
The River, Frederick George Scott
Rivière de mes Yeux / River of My Eyes, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Road at My Door, W.B. Yeats
The Roaring Frost, Alice Meynell
A Road Song in May, Francis Sherman
Rock Me to Sleep, Elizabeth Akers Allen
Roman / Romance Novel, Arthur Rimbaud
Rondeau: An April Day, W.M. McKeracher
Round the Mercury, George J. Dance
Sacrament, Louise Morey Bowman
Le Sacre du Printemps, W.J. Turner
Safety, Rupert Brooke
Sagacity, William Rose Benét
Salvation, Archibald Lampman
Sanctuary, Elinor Wylie
Santa's Letter, Bernice Ann Page
Saturday Afternoon in the Garden, Blanch Elizabeth Lindsay
Saules [au bord de l'onde], Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Saules [Les grands saules chantent], Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Sea Lily, H.D.
Season's End, Raymond Holden
Seeking the Spring, Lucy Larcom
Sensation, Arthur Rimbaud
September, Hilaire Belloc
September, John Clare
September, Helen Hunt Jackson
September (sonnet), Helen Hunt Jackson
September, Archibald Lampman
September, Ethelwyn Wetherald
September (A Foreign Tour), J. Ashby-Sterry
September 1819, William Wordsworth (2 poems)
September Idyl, Arthur Symons
September Night, George J. Dance
September 1913, W.B. Yeats
September. 1918, Amy Lowell
A Sestina of Memories, J.E. Ball
Shadows, Richard Monckton Milnes
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?, William Shakespeare
Shanghai, David Rutkowski
Sheep and Lambs, Katharine Tynan
She Loves Bossa Nova, Will Dockery
Shepherd Singing Ragtime, Louis Golding
The Shepherd's Calendar, John Clare
She Sleeps Tight, Will Dockery
She walks in beauty, George Gordon, Lord Byron
Shuttered House, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
S.I.W., Wilfred Owen
Six O'Clock, Trumbull Stickney
The Skater, Charles G.D. Roberts
The Skaters, John Gould Fletcher
Skating, William Wordsworth
The Sky, Elizabeth Madox Roberts
The Sky is low, Emily Dickinson
Sky Song, Will Dockery
Sleeping with Open Eyes, A.Y. Campbell
The Sleigh-Bells, Susanna Moodie
Slow Spring, Katharine Tynan
The Smoker, nounofme
Snow, William Wilfred Campbell
Snow, Madison Cawein
Snow, John Davidson
Snow, Louis MacNeice
Snow, Edward Thomas
The Snow-Blossoms, Clark Ashton Smith
Snow Dusk, David Morton
The Snow-fairy, Claude McKay
The Snow-fall, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Snow-flakes, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Snow in the Suburbs, Thomas Hardy
The Snow Man, Wallace Stevens
Snow Monotones, Ben Hecht
Snow on the East Wind, Edward Plunkett (Lord Dunsany)
Snow Rain, Raymond Holden
A Snowshoe Song, Arthur Weir
The Snow-Storm, Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Snow Storm, Edna St. Vincent Millay
Snowstorm in December, Ilya Shambat
The Soldier, Rupert Brooke
Solitaire, Amy Lowell
Solitude, Archibald Lampman
Solitude Surrounded, AE Reiff
Song at Summer's End, A.R.D. Fairburn
The Song of the Ski, Wilson MacDonald
A Song for Canada, Agnes Maule Machar
A Song for Mithras, Rudyard Kipling
A Song for New Year's Eve, William Cullen Bryant
A Song for September, Thomas William Parsons
A Song for Spring, F.S. Flint
Song: Has summer come without the rose?, Arthur O'Shaughnessy
Song (Man's a poor deluded bubble), Robert Dodsley
A Song of Autumn, Rennell Rodd
Song of Late September, Marjorie Pickthall
Song of a Second April, Edna St. Vincent Millay
A Song of the Four Seasons, Austin Dobson
The Song of the Ungirt Runners, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Songs, Demonspawn
The Songter, Pauline Johnson
The Sonnet, George J. Dance
Sonnet for the 14th of February, Thomas Hood
A Sonnet of the Moon, Charles Best
Sonnet on the Luxembourg Gallery, Washington Allston
Sonnet. The Token, John Donne
Sonnet (Violets), Alice Dunbar-Nelson
The Soul of Summer, Edward Sapir
So, we'll go no more a-roving, George Gordon, Lord Byron
The Sower, Charles G.D. Roberts
Spectacle de la danse, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Spleen, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Spoils of the Dead, Robert Frost
Spring, Theo Marzials
Spring, Edna St. Vincent Millay
Spring, Gerard Manley Hopkins
Spring, Andrew Lang
Spring, Thomas Nashe
Spring Again, George J. Dance
Spring Among the Ruins, J. Lewis Milligan
Spring Breaks in Foam, Charles G.D. Roberts
Spring Day, Marion Strobel
Spring Floods, Arthur Stringer
A Spring Idyll, Patrick MacGill
Spring in the Shops, Bert Leston Taylor
Spring is like a perhaps hand, E.E. Cummings
Spring Longings, Francis William Bourdillon
Spring Morning, A.E. Housman
Spring Morning, A.A. Milne
Spring Night, Sara Teasdale
Spring Pastoral, Elinor Wylie
Spring Posy, Radclyffe Hall
Spring Rain, Sara Teasdale
The Spring Returns!, Charles Leonard Moore
Spring's Beacon, Margaret Deland
Spring Scene / Chūn Wàng, Tu Fu
Spring's Immortality, Mackenzie Bell
Spring Song, A. Mary F. Robinson
Spring's Welcome, John Lyly
Spring-Time, Ernest Radford
The Stare's Nest by My Window, W.B. Yeats
The Starlit Night, Gerard Manley Hopkins
The stars are glittering in the frosty sky, Charles Heavysege
Stars at Tallapoosa, Wallace Stevens
Sticky Sweaty, rickthecockroach
Stonewalled Meteor, Rusty Taylor
Stony Lake, Katherine Hale
Stopwatch, Will Dockery
The Stretcher-Bearer, Robert Service
Summer, William Collins
Summer: A fragment, Margaret Deland
Summer Dawn, William Morris
A Summer Day, Henry Charles Beeching
Summer Days, W.M.W. Call
Summer Evening, Walter de la Mare
Summer Holiday, Robinson Jeffers
A Summer Mood, Hamlin Garland
Summer-Moon, Gertrude Hall
A Summer Night, AE
Summer Night, Laurence Binyon
Summer Night, Langston Hughes
A Summer Night, Elizabeth Drew Stoddard
Summer Night, Riverside, Sara Teasdale
Summer 1924, Mary Devenport O'Neill
Summer 1969, Michael G. Munoz
Summer of Love, Joyce Kilmer
The Summer Rain, John Askham
Summer Rain, Hartley Coleridge
Summer Rain, John Davidson
Summer Schemes, Thomas Hardy
The Summer Sea, Nathan Haskell Dole
Summer's Farewell, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
A Summer Shower, Henry Timrod
A Summer's Night, Paul Laurence Dunbar
Summer Song, William Carlos Williams
Summer Storm, Bliss Carman
Summer Streams, Bliss Carman
Summer Sun, Robert Louis Stevenson
The Summer Sunshine, John Askham
A Summer Wind, Michael Field
sun being born, R.S. Mallari
The Sun Cup, Archibald Lampman
Sunny March, Norman Gale
Susanna and the Elders, Adelaide Crapsey
Swamp Street Exile, Will Dockery
A sweet exhaustion seems to hold, Aubrey de Vere
sweet flickers, Shaun Hull
Symbols, David Morton
Talking in Their Sleep, Edith M. Thomas
Tardy Spring, George Meredith
Tattoo, Wallace Stevens
Tell All the World, Harry Kemp
The Thanksgivings, Harriet Maxwell Converse
That time of year thous mayst in me behold (Sonnet LXXIII), William Shakespeare
There is a garden in her face, Thomas Campion
There is a Wild and Mysticated Wood, Tom Hendricks
There Was a Time, George J. Dance
There Will Come Soft Rains, Sara Teasdale
These Are the Clouds, W.B. Yeats
These are the days when Birds come back, Emily Dickinson
Things, Aline Kilmer
This Summer Night, Percy Hemingway
Threat, R.K. Singh
Three Grey Days, Francis Sherman
Three Thousand Miles, Louis MacNeice
Tichborne's Elegy, Chidiock Tichborne
'Tis Christmas Weather, George Meredith
'Tis Spring, my love, 'tis Spring, John Clare
To an Athlete Dying Young, A.E. Housman
To Autumn, William Blake
To Autumn, John Keats
To Blossoms, Robert Herrick
Toboggan, Ben King
To a Fair Young Lady, Going out of Town in the Spring, John Dryden
To Daffodils, Robert Herrick
To February, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Too Much of the "Beautiful Snow", S.Moore
The Token, John Donne
To Lucasta, Going to the Wars, Richard Lovelace
To My Mother, Thomas Moore
To Spring, William Blake
To Summer, William Blake
To the Autumnal Moon, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
To the Birds, Peter McArthur
To the Earl of Dorset, Ambrose Philips
To the Same (Philoclea), Robert Potter
To the Sea Angel, Will Dockery
To the Spring, John Davies
To the Swimmer, Countee Cullen
To the Thawing Wind, Robert Frost
Toward Evening, Margaret DeLaughter
To Winter, William Blake
To Winter, Claude McKay
To Winter, Robert Southey
A Town Window, John Drinkwater
Transcend, R.S. Mallari
Travel, Edna St. Vincent Millay
Travelling, William Wordsworth
The Trees at Night, William Kerr
The trees have never seemed so green, Robert Hillyer
Triad, Adelaide Crapsey
The True Christmas, Henry Vaughan
The Truth, Archibald Lampman
Tu croyais tout tranquille, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Twelfth Night, or King and Queen, Robert Herrick
Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity, John Keble
Twenty-old and Seven-wild, Annie Campbell Huestis
Twice a week the winter thorough, A.E. Housman
Two Sonnets, Charles Hamilton Sorley
Two Tramps in Mud Time, Robert Frost
Two Ways, John V.A. Weaver
Under the Snow, James Lewis Milligan
United Dames of America, Wallace Stevens
The Unnamed Lake, Frederick George Scott
Unwelcome, Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
A Vagabond Song, Bliss Carman
Velardena Sunset, Grace Hazard Conkling
Velvet Shoes, Elinor Wylie
Vigil / Faction, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
A Vision, Duncan Campbell Scott
A Vision of June, Alexander Posey
from The Vision of Sir Launfel, James Russell Lowell
Vitai Lampada, Henry Newbolt
La voix de feuilles, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Voyelles / Vowels, Arthur Rimbaud
The Waits, Margaret Deland
Waking in Winter, Sylvia Plath
The Waking of Earth, Charles G.D. Roberts
War, John Le Gay Brereton
War is Kind, Stephen Crane
The Warning, Adelaide Crapsey
Waste Land, Madison Cawein
Watercolour / L'aquarelle, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Way Through the Woods, Rudyard Kipling
We are not accountants, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
The Weary Man, Crystal Matteau
The Weeping Babe, Katharine Tynan
"Whan That Aprille . . .", John Dos Passos
What can we do, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
What is the world trying to say?, Henry Charles Beeching
When I Am Old, Marjorie Allen Seiffert
When I Heard at the Close of the Day, Walt Whitman
When It Is Finished, Marjorie Pickthall
when i was young, David George
When June is come, Robert Bridges
When Mary the Mother kissed the Child, Charles G.D. Roberts
When May paints azure all afoot, Gertrude Hall
When noon is blazing on the town, Robert Hillyer
When on a Summer's Morn, W.H. Davies
When Spring comes on, Charles Leonard More
When Summer Comes, Sophia Almon Hensley
When Summer's End is Nighing, A.E. Housman
When the Ash-Tree Buds and the Maples, Duncan Campbell Scott
When the Gulls Come In, Helen M. Merrill
When the Woods Turn Brown, Lucy Larcom
When the World is Burning, Ebenezer Jones
When Trees are Green, Jean Blewett
When Yon Full Moon, W.H. Davies
When You Are Old, William Butler Yeats
Whilst Shepherds Watch't, Nahum Tate
The Whispering Poplars, Jane Elizabeth MacDonald
Whiteout, George J. Dance
White Sands Meet the Blue/Green Sea, Jeanne Ames
Who goes amid the green wood?, James Joyce
Who Was Here First?, David George
Why the War?, John Gould Fletcher
Wild Peaches, Elinor Wylie
The Wild Swans at Coole, William Butler Yeats
Willows (by the waterside), Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
Wind and Silver, Amy Lowell
The Winds, Madison Cawein
The winds shake in an ague-fit, Mathilde Blind
Winds of May, James Joyce
Winter, AE
Winter, Samuel Johnson
Winter, Charles R. Murphy
Winter Days, Henry Abbey
Winter: A Dirge, Robert Burns
Winter Dusk, Karle Wilson Baker
The winter eve is clear and chill, Christopher Brennan
Winter Evening, Archibald Lampman
The Winter Fields, Charles G.D. Roberts
Winter Heavens, George Meredith
Winter in Durnover Field, Thomas Hardy
The Winter Lakes, William Wilfred Campbell
Winter Love, George J. Dance
Winter Night, Robert Hillyer
Winter Night, John Reed
A Winter Night, Arthur Symons
Winter Nightfall, Robert Bridges
The winter night is hard as glass, Robert Hillyer
Winter on the Zuyder Zee, Radclyffe Hall
A Winter Picture, Ethelwyn Weatherald
The Winters are so short, Emily Dickinson
A Winter's Day in California, James Alexander Tucker
Winter Skies, Dave Holloway
Winter Sleep, Edith M. Thomas
A Winter's Tale, D.H. Lawrence
The Winter's Walk, Samuel Johnson
Winter-Time, Robert Louis Stevenson
Winter Uplands, Archibald Lampman
Winterworld Descending, Will Dockery
Wisdom, Sara Teasdale
A Wish, Margaret Veley
Wonderful World, William Brighty Rands
Woodman, spare that tree!, George P. Morris
The Wood-pile, Robert Frost
The World Well Lost, Ethelwyn Wetherald
Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos, George Gordon, Lord Byron
Written at the close of Spring, Charlotte Turner Smith
The Year, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
You Are My Thorn, Kasia Lachowska
You believed all was tranquil, Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau
You go to the woods, Carolyn Sturgis Tappan
Young World, Louise Morey Bowman