The Poems of Alice Meynell

Index by Title

Advent Meditation
After a Parting
At Night to W. M.
Beyond Knowledge
Builders of Ruins
Christ in the Universe
Christmas Night
A Comparison
The Courts
Cradle-Song at Twilight
The Crucifixion
The Day to the Night
A Dead Harvest
The Divine Privilege
Easter Night
The English Metres
“Everlasting Farewells”
A Father of Women
The First Snow
The Fold
Free Will
The Fugitive
The Garden
A General Communion
“I am the Way”
In Autumn
In Early Spring
In February
In Honour of America, 1917
In Manchester Square
In Portugal, 1912
In Sleep
Intimations of Mortality
The Joyous Wanderer
The Lady Poverty
The Launch
The Laws of Verse
Length of Days: To the Early Dead in Battle
A Letter from a Girl to her own Old Age
“Lord, I owe Thee a Death”
The Lord’s Prayer
The Love of Narcissus
The Lover Urges the Better Thrift
“The Marriage of True Minds”
Messina, 1908
The Modern Mother
The Moon to the Sun
The Newer Vainglory
November Blue
Nurse Edith Cavell
The October Redbreast
The Poet and his Book
A Poet of one Mood
A Poet’s Wife
The Poet to the Birds
The Question
The Rainy Summer
“The Return to Nature”
“Rivers Unknown to Song”
The Roaring Frost
Saint Catherine of Siena
San Lorenzo’s Mother
A Shattered Lute
The Shepherdess
Singers to Come
“Sœur Monique”
A Song of Derivations
Song of the Night at Daybreak
Spring on the Alban Hills
The Spring to the Summer
Summer in England, 1914
The Threshing Machine
A Thrush before Dawn
Thoughts in Separation
Time’s Reversals
To “a Certain Rich Man”
To a Daisy
To Antiquity
To Any Poet
To Conscripts
To O——, of Her Dark Eyes
To One Poem in a Silent Time
To Sleep
To Sylvia
To the Beloved
To the Body
To Tintoretto in Venice
To Silence
To the Mother of Christ the Son of Man
The Treasure
Two Boyhoods
The Two Poets
The Two Questions
The Two Shakespeare Tercentenaries
The Unexpected Peril
The Unknown God
An Unmarked Festival
Unto us a Son is Given
Veneration of Images
Veni Creator
Via, et Veritas, et Vita
The Visiting Sea
The Voice of a Bird
The Watershed (for R. T.)
West Wind in Winter
The Wind is Blind
A Wind of Clear Weather in England
Winter Trees on the Horizon
“Why wilt thou Chide?”
The Young Neophyte
Your Own Fair Youth
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