• At Sea

    IN the pull of the wind I stand, lonely,
    On the deck of a ship, rising, falling,
    Wild night around me, wild water under me,... more »

  • August Moonrise

    THE sun was gone, and the moon was coming
    Over the blue Connecticut hills;
    The west was rosy, the east was flushed,... more »

  • Barter

    Life has loveliness to sell,
    All beautiful and splendid things,
    Blue waves whitened on a cliff,
    Soaring fire that sways and sings,... more »

  • Beatrice

    Send out the singers -- let the room be still;
    They have not eased my pain nor brought me sleep.
    Close out the sun, for I would have it dark
    That I may feel how black the grave will be.... more »

  • Because

    Oh, because you never tried
    To bow my will or break my pride,
    And nothing of the cave-man made
    You want to keep me half afraid,... more »

  • Bells

    AT six o'clock of an autumn dusk
    With the sky in the west a rusty red,
    The bells of the mission down in the valley... more »

  • Blue Squills

    How many million Aprils came
       Before I ever knew
    How white a cherry bough could be,
       A bed of squills, how blue.... more »

  • Broadway

    This is the quiet hour; the theaters
    Have gathered in their crowds, and steadily
    The million lights blaze on for few to see,
    Robbing the sky of stars that should be hers.... more »

  • Buried Love

    I shall bury my weary Love
    Beneath a tree,
    In the forest tall and black
    Where none can see.... more »

  • But Not To Me

    The April night is still and sweet
    With flowers on every tree;
    Peace comes to them on quiet feet,
    But not to me.... more »

  • By The Sea

    Beside an ebbing northern sea
    While stars awaken one by one,
    We walk together, I and he.... more »

  • Central Park At Dusk

    Buildings above the leafless trees
    Loom high as castles in a dream,

    While one by one the lamps come out... more »

  • Chance

    HOW many times we must have met
    Here on the street as strangers do,
    Children of chance we were, who passed
    The door of heaven and never knew.... more »

  • Change

    REMEMBER me as I was then;
    Turn from me now, but always see
    The laughing shadowy girl who stood
    At midnight by the flowering tree,... more »

  • Child, Child

    Child, child, love while you can
    The voice and the eyes and the soul of a man,
    Never fear though it break your heart -
    Out of the wound new joy will start;... more »

  • Christmas Carol

    The kings they came from out the south,
    All dressed in ermine fine;
    They bore Him gold and chrysoprase,
    And gifts of precious wine.... more »

  • Come

    Come, when the pale moon like a petal
    Floats in the pearly dusk of spring,
    Come with outstretched arms to take me,
    Come with lips pursed up to cling.... more »

  • Compensation

    I SHOULD be glad of loneliness
    And hours that go on broken wings,
    A thirsty body, a tired heart
    And the unchanging ache of things,... more »

  • Coney Island

    Why did you bring me here?
    The sand is white with snow,
    Over the wooden domes
    The winter sea-winds blow--... more »

  • Crowned

    I wear a crown invisible and clear,
    And go my lifted royal way apart
    Since you have crowned me softly in your heart
    With love that is half ardent, half austere;... more »

  • Day And Night

    IN Warsaw in Poland
    Half the world away,
    The one I love best of all
    Thought of me to-day;... more »

  • Dead Love

    God let me listen to your voice,
    And look upon you for a space —
    And then he took your voice away,
    And dropped a veil before your face.... more »

  • Debt

    What do I owe to you
    Who loved me deep and long?
    You never gave my spirit wings
    Or gave my heart a song.... more »

  • Debtor

    SO long as my spirit still
    Is glad of breath
    And lifts its plumes of pride
    In the dark face of death;... more »

  • Deep In The Night

    Deep in the night the cry of a swallow,
    Under the stars he flew,
    Keen as pain was his call to follow
    Over the world to you.... more »