Poems Of Robert Silliman Hillyer (35)
XXIX. 'Speak not of waning love and changing days'
XXV. 'Now would that thou wert here, my happiness'
XXVI. 'What though the night be dissonant with rain'
XXVII. 'About the headlands and the rocky shoals'
XXVIII. 'The insurgent sea sweeps through the barrier'
XXX. 'Who follows Love shall walk in outland places'
XXXI. 'Only last night we dwelt together, we'
XXXII. 'Thou only wert my hope, and thou art gone'
XXXIII. 'If in some fair Elysian seclusion'
XXXIV. 'Long after both of us are scattered dust'