100 Selected Poems

100 Selected Poems

Book - 1959 | First Evergreen edition.
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Lyrical verses span the career of a twentieth-century American poet, and illuminate his concern for the future of humanity.
Publisher: New York : Grove Press, 1959.
Edition: First Evergreen edition.
ISBN: 9780802130723
Characteristics: 121 pages ; 21 cm.
Alternative Title: One hundred selected poems
Contents: Tulips and Chimneys (1923)
Thy fingers make early flowers of
All in green went my love riding
When god lets my body be
In Just
O sweet spontaneous
Buffalo Bill's
The Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls
It may not always be so; and i say
& {And} (1925)
Raise the shade
Here is little Effie's head
Spring is like a perhaps hand
Who knows if the moon's
I like my body when it is with your
XLI Poems (1925)
Little tree
Humanity i love you
Is 5 (1926)
Poem, or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal
Nobody loses all the time
Mr youse needn't be so spry
She being Brand
A man who had fallen among thieves
Voices to voices, lip to lip
"Next to of course god america i
My sweet old etcetera
Here's a little mouse) and
In spite of everything
Since feeling is first
If i have made, my lady, intricate
W {ViVa} (1931)
I sing of Olaf glad and big
If there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have
A light Out)
A clown s smirk in the skull of a baboon
If i love You
Somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond
But if a living dance upon dead minds
No thanks (1935)
Sonnet entitled how to run the world)
May i feel said he
Little joe gould has lost his teeth and doesn't know where
Kumrads die because they're told)
Conceive a man, should he have anything
Here's to opening and upward, to leaf and to sap
What a proud dreamhorse pulling (smoothloomingly) through
Jehovah buried. Satan dead
This mind made war
Love's function is to fabricate unknownness
Death (having lost) put on his universe
New Poems {from Collected Poems} (1938)
(Of Ever-Ever Land i speak
This little bride & groom are
My specialty is living said
If i
May my heart always be open to little
You shall above all things be glad and young
50 Poems (1940)
Flotsam and jetsam
Spoke joe to jack
Red-rag and pink-flag
Proud of his scientific attitude
A pretty a day
As freedom is a breakfastfood
Anyone lived in a pretty how town
My father moved through dooms of love
I say no world
These children singing in stone a
Love is the every only god
Love is more thicker than forget
Hate blows a bubble of despair into
What freedom's not some under's mere above
1 x 1 {One Times One} (1944)
Of all the blessings which to man
A salesman is an it that stinks Excuse
A politician is an arse upon
Plato told
Pity this busy monster, manunkind
One's not half two. It's two are halves of one
What if a much of a which of a wind
No man, if men are gods; but if gods must
When god decided to invent
Rain or hail
Let it go
Nothing false and possible is love
Except in your
True lovers in each happening of their hearts
Yes is a pleasant country
All ignorance toboggans into know
Darling! because my blood can sing
"Sweet spring is your
O by the by
If everything happens that can't be done
Xaipe (1950)
When serpents bargain for the right to squirm
If a cheerfulest Elephantangelchild should sit
O to be in finland
No time ago
To start, to hesitate; to stop
If (touched by love's own secret) we, like homing
I thank You God for most this amazing
The great advantage of being alive
When faces called flowers float out of the ground
Love our so right
Now all the fingers of this tree (darling) have
Luminous tendril of celestial wish.
Summary: Lyrical verses span the career of a twentieth-century American poet, and illuminate his concern for the future of humanity.


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