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The Resource Collected poems, edited by Norma Millay

Collected poems, edited by Norma Millay

Label
Collected poems
Title
Collected poems
Statement of responsibility
edited by Norma Millay
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The collected poems of Edna St. Vincent Millay including the poet's last volume Mine the Harvest
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1892-1950
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Millay, Edna St. Vincent
Dewey number
811.5
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3525.I495
LC item number
A17 1956
Literary form
non fiction
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  • American poetry
  • American poetry
Target audience
adult
Label
Collected poems, edited by Norma Millay
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Publication
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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Contents
  • Little ghost
  • To one who might have borne a message
  • Siege
  • Cairn
  • Spring song
  • Memory of Cape Cod
  • Moriturus
  • Song
  • To the wife of a sick friend
  • Bobolink
  • Hawkweed
  • Kin to sorrow
  • To a friend estranged from me
  • Road to Avrille
  • For Pao-Chin, a boatman on the Yellow Sea
  • Northern April
  • There at dusk I found you
  • Being young and green
  • Mist in the valley
  • Hardy garden
  • Pigeons
  • Buck in the snow
  • First rose on my rose-tree
  • Anguish
  • Justice denied in Massachusetts
  • Hangman's oak
  • Wine from these grapes
  • To those without pity
  • Dawn
  • To a young girl
  • Evening on Lesbos
  • Dirge withoout music
  • Memory of Cassis
  • Let the little birds sing
  • Portrait
  • Winter night
  • Cameo
  • Counting-out rhyme
  • Plum gatherer
  • West country song
  • Pueblo pot
  • When caesar fell
  • Lethe
  • On first having heard the skylark
  • All the dog-wood blossoms are underneath the tree
  • To a musician
  • Come along in then, little girl
  • Oh, burdock, and you other dock
  • Everybody but just me
  • I know a hundred ways to die
  • Look, Edwin! do you see that boy
  • All the grown-up people say
  • Wonder where this horseshoe went
  • Return
  • October
  • Shroud
  • an etching
  • Autumn daybreak
  • Oak-leaves
  • Fledgling
  • Hedge of hemlocks
  • Cap D' Antibes
  • From a train window
  • Fawn
  • Valentine
  • In the grave no flower
  • Dream
  • Childhood is the kingdom where nobody dies
  • Solid sprite who stands alone
  • Spring n the garden
  • Sonnet
  • Aubade
  • Sappho crosses the dark river into Hades
  • Epitaph
  • On thought in harness
  • Desolation dreamed of
  • Leaf and the tree
  • Indifference
  • On the wide heath
  • Apostrophe to man
  • My spirit, sore from marching
  • Conscientious objector
  • Above these cares
  • If still your orchards bear
  • Lines for a grave-stone
  • How naked, how without a wall
  • Ballad of Chaldon Down
  • Princess recalls her one adventure
  • Witch-wife
  • Short story
  • Pretty love, I must outlive you
  • English sparrows
  • Impression: fog off the coast of Dorset
  • Rabbit
  • Song for young lovers in a city
  • To a Calvinist in Bali
  • Thanksgiving dinner
  • Snow storm
  • Huntsman, what quarry?
  • Blight
  • That chill is in the air
  • Branch by branch
  • Distressed mind, forbear
  • Not dead of wounds, not borne
  • Poor passionate thing
  • Rendezvous
  • Fitting
  • What savage blossom
  • Menses
  • Plaid dress
  • Renascence
  • When the year grows old
  • "Fontaine, je ne bourai pas de ton eau!"
  • Intention to escape from him
  • To a young poet
  • Modern declaration
  • Road to the past
  • True encounter
  • Not even my pride will suffer much
  • Heart, do not bruise the breast
  • Rolled in the trough of thick desire
  • And do you think that love itself
  • Spring
  • I had not thought so tame a thing
  • Leap now into this quiet grave
  • Now from a stout and more imperious day
  • Time of year ennobles you
  • Song for a lute
  • For you there is no song
  • Sonnet in answer to a question
  • Nobody now throughout the pleasant day
  • Gone over to the enemy now
  • Over the hollow land
  • City trees
  • Inert perfection
  • Say that we saw Spain die
  • Undergtround system
  • Two voices
  • Mortal flesh, is not your place in the ground?
  • No earthly enterprise
  • Lines written in recapitulation
  • This dusky faith
  • Truce for a moment
  • To the maid of Orleans
  • Blue-flag in the bog
  • Memory of England
  • Pear tree
  • Druid's chant
  • Song of the nations
  • Baccalaureate hymn
  • Invocation to the Muses
  • To S.V.B.
  • If, in the foggy Aleutians
  • Poem and prayer for an invading army
  • Christmas canticle
  • Journey
  • We have gone too far
  • Deep in the muck of unregarded doom
  • Animal ball
  • Through the green forest
  • As sharp as in my childhood
  • By goodness and by evil so surrounded
  • At least, my dear
  • Small hands, relinquish all
  • Ragged island
  • To whom the house of Montagu was neighbour
  • Eel-grass
  • This is mine, and I can hold it
  • Of what importance, o my lovely girls, my dancers
  • Few come this way
  • Strawberry shrub
  • When it is over
  • Courage that my mother had
  • Wild-cat, gnat and I
  • This should be simple; if one's power were great
  • Song
  • New England spring, 1942
  • Elegy before death
  • Her in a rocky cup
  • How innocent we lie
  • Armenoville
  • Put it down! I say
  • I still can see
  • There were herbs strown
  • Heavily on the faithful bulk of Kurvenal
  • Dream of Saba
  • Who hurt you so
  • When the tree-sparrows with no sound
  • Bean-stalk-
  • Amorphous is the mind
  • For warmth alone, for shelter only
  • Agnostic
  • Apple-trees bud, but I do not
  • Black hair you'd day she had
  • Cave canem
  • An ancient gesture
  • Jesus to His disciples
  • Establishment is shocked
  • Some things are dark
  • Weeds
  • If it should rain
  • Parsi woman
  • Journal
  • Sea at sunset can reflect
  • I, in disgust with the living
  • How did I bear it
  • Men working
  • Steepletop
  • Even you, sweet Basil
  • Nothing could stand all this rain
  • Passer mortuus est
  • Borage, forage for bees
  • Gardener in haying time
  • Sky-coloured bird
  • To a snake
  • I woke in the night and heard the wind
  • Look how the bittersweet
  • Truck-garden market-day
  • Intense and terrible, I think, must be the loneliness
  • Sometimes, oh, often, indeed
  • Not for a nation
  • Interim
  • Pastoral
  • Thou art not lovelier than lilacs, no
  • Time does not bring relief, you all have lied
  • Mindful of you the sodden earth in spring
  • Not in this chamber only at my birth
  • If I should learn, in some quite casual way
  • This door you might not open, and you did
  • I do but ask that you be always fair
  • Love, though for this you riddle me with darts
  • I think I should have loved you presently
  • Oh, think not I am faithful to a vow
  • Assault
  • I shall forget you presently, my dear
  • We talk of taxes, and I call you friend
  • Into the golden vessel of great song
  • Not with libations, but with shouts and laughter
  • Only until this cigarette is ended
  • Once more into my arid days like dew
  • No rose that in a garden ever grew
  • When I too long have looked upon your face
  • And you as well must die, beloved dust
  • Let you not say of me when I am old
  • Travel
  • Oh, my beloved have you thought of this
  • As to some lovely temple
  • Cherish you then
  • When you
  • That love at length
  • Love is not blind
  • I know I am but summer
  • I pray you if you love me
  • Pity me not
  • Sometimes when I am wearied suddenly
  • Low-tide
  • Oh, oh, you will be sorry for that word
  • Here is a wound that never will heal
  • I shall go back again to the bleak shore
  • Say what you will
  • What's this of death
  • I see so clearly now my similar years
  • Your face is like a chamber
  • Light combes back with Columbine
  • Lord Archer, Death, whom sent you in your stead
  • Loving you less than life
  • Song of a second April
  • I, being born a woman and distressed
  • What lips my lips have kissed
  • Still will I harvest beauty where it grows
  • How healthily after feet upon the floor
  • Euclid alone has looked on beauty bare
  • Sonnets from an ungrafted tree
  • Rosemary
  • Poet and his book
  • Alms
  • Inland
  • To a poet that died young
  • Suicide
  • Wraith
  • Ebb
  • Elaine
  • Burial
  • Mariposa
  • Little hill
  • Doubt no more that Oberon
  • Lament
  • Exiled
  • Death of autumn
  • God's world
  • Ode to silence
  • Epitaph
  • Prayer to Persephone
  • Chorus
  • Dirge
  • Elegy
  • Wild swans
  • First fig
  • Second fig
  • Recuerdo
  • Afternoon on a hill
  • Thursday
  • To the not impossible him
  • Macdougal street
  • Singing-woman for the wood's edge
  • She is overheard singing
  • Unexplorer
  • Grown-up
  • Penitent
  • Daphne
  • Portrait by a neighbour
  • Sorrow
  • Midnight oil
  • Merry maid
  • To Kathleen
  • To S.M.
  • Philosopher
  • My heart, being hungry
  • Autumn chant
  • Nuit Blanche
  • Oh, little rose tree, bloom
  • Beat me a crown of bluer metal
  • Tavern
  • Rain comes down
  • Wood road
  • Feast
  • Souvenir
  • Scrub
  • Goose girl
  • Dragonfly
  • Departure
  • Return from town
  • A visit to the asylum
  • Ashes of life
  • Spring and the Fall
  • Curse
  • Keen
  • Betrothal
  • Humoresque
  • Pond
  • Ballad of the harp-weaver
  • Never may the fruit be plucked
  • Concert
  • Hyacinth
  • Beast that rends me in the sight of all
  • No lack of cousel from the shrewd and wise
  • Nay, learned doctor, these fine leeches fresh
  • Of all that ever in extreme disease
  • Since I cannot persuade you from this mood
  • Nigh is my sister
  • Yet in an hour to come
  • When you are dead
  • Strange thing that I
  • Not in a silver casket cool with pearls
  • Life ...
  • Olympian gods
  • I said
  • Epitaph for the race of man
  • Those hours when happy hours were my estate
  • Not, to me, less lavish
  • Tranquility at length
  • And is indeed truth beauty
  • to hold secure the province of pure art
  • And if I die
  • It is the fashion now to wave aside
  • Grow not too high
  • Admetus
  • What chores these churls do put upon the great
  • I will put chaous into fourteen lines
  • Come home, victorious wounded
  • Read history so learn your place in time
  • Read history tus learn how small a space
  • My words that once were virtuous and expressed
  • Now sits the autumn cricket in the grass
  • And must I then
  • If I die solvent
  • Not that it matters
  • Grief that is grief and properly so hight
  • Falicity of grief
  • What rider spurs him from the darkening east
  • Country of hunchbacks
  • Upon this marble bust that is not I
  • For this your mother sweated in the cold
  • Sweet sounds
  • What thing is this that
Control code
2313638
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
738 pages
Isbn
9780060129484
Lccn
56008756
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00289513
  • (OCoLC)289513
Label
Collected poems, edited by Norma Millay
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Little ghost
  • To one who might have borne a message
  • Siege
  • Cairn
  • Spring song
  • Memory of Cape Cod
  • Moriturus
  • Song
  • To the wife of a sick friend
  • Bobolink
  • Hawkweed
  • Kin to sorrow
  • To a friend estranged from me
  • Road to Avrille
  • For Pao-Chin, a boatman on the Yellow Sea
  • Northern April
  • There at dusk I found you
  • Being young and green
  • Mist in the valley
  • Hardy garden
  • Pigeons
  • Buck in the snow
  • First rose on my rose-tree
  • Anguish
  • Justice denied in Massachusetts
  • Hangman's oak
  • Wine from these grapes
  • To those without pity
  • Dawn
  • To a young girl
  • Evening on Lesbos
  • Dirge withoout music
  • Memory of Cassis
  • Let the little birds sing
  • Portrait
  • Winter night
  • Cameo
  • Counting-out rhyme
  • Plum gatherer
  • West country song
  • Pueblo pot
  • When caesar fell
  • Lethe
  • On first having heard the skylark
  • All the dog-wood blossoms are underneath the tree
  • To a musician
  • Come along in then, little girl
  • Oh, burdock, and you other dock
  • Everybody but just me
  • I know a hundred ways to die
  • Look, Edwin! do you see that boy
  • All the grown-up people say
  • Wonder where this horseshoe went
  • Return
  • October
  • Shroud
  • an etching
  • Autumn daybreak
  • Oak-leaves
  • Fledgling
  • Hedge of hemlocks
  • Cap D' Antibes
  • From a train window
  • Fawn
  • Valentine
  • In the grave no flower
  • Dream
  • Childhood is the kingdom where nobody dies
  • Solid sprite who stands alone
  • Spring n the garden
  • Sonnet
  • Aubade
  • Sappho crosses the dark river into Hades
  • Epitaph
  • On thought in harness
  • Desolation dreamed of
  • Leaf and the tree
  • Indifference
  • On the wide heath
  • Apostrophe to man
  • My spirit, sore from marching
  • Conscientious objector
  • Above these cares
  • If still your orchards bear
  • Lines for a grave-stone
  • How naked, how without a wall
  • Ballad of Chaldon Down
  • Princess recalls her one adventure
  • Witch-wife
  • Short story
  • Pretty love, I must outlive you
  • English sparrows
  • Impression: fog off the coast of Dorset
  • Rabbit
  • Song for young lovers in a city
  • To a Calvinist in Bali
  • Thanksgiving dinner
  • Snow storm
  • Huntsman, what quarry?
  • Blight
  • That chill is in the air
  • Branch by branch
  • Distressed mind, forbear
  • Not dead of wounds, not borne
  • Poor passionate thing
  • Rendezvous
  • Fitting
  • What savage blossom
  • Menses
  • Plaid dress
  • Renascence
  • When the year grows old
  • "Fontaine, je ne bourai pas de ton eau!"
  • Intention to escape from him
  • To a young poet
  • Modern declaration
  • Road to the past
  • True encounter
  • Not even my pride will suffer much
  • Heart, do not bruise the breast
  • Rolled in the trough of thick desire
  • And do you think that love itself
  • Spring
  • I had not thought so tame a thing
  • Leap now into this quiet grave
  • Now from a stout and more imperious day
  • Time of year ennobles you
  • Song for a lute
  • For you there is no song
  • Sonnet in answer to a question
  • Nobody now throughout the pleasant day
  • Gone over to the enemy now
  • Over the hollow land
  • City trees
  • Inert perfection
  • Say that we saw Spain die
  • Undergtround system
  • Two voices
  • Mortal flesh, is not your place in the ground?
  • No earthly enterprise
  • Lines written in recapitulation
  • This dusky faith
  • Truce for a moment
  • To the maid of Orleans
  • Blue-flag in the bog
  • Memory of England
  • Pear tree
  • Druid's chant
  • Song of the nations
  • Baccalaureate hymn
  • Invocation to the Muses
  • To S.V.B.
  • If, in the foggy Aleutians
  • Poem and prayer for an invading army
  • Christmas canticle
  • Journey
  • We have gone too far
  • Deep in the muck of unregarded doom
  • Animal ball
  • Through the green forest
  • As sharp as in my childhood
  • By goodness and by evil so surrounded
  • At least, my dear
  • Small hands, relinquish all
  • Ragged island
  • To whom the house of Montagu was neighbour
  • Eel-grass
  • This is mine, and I can hold it
  • Of what importance, o my lovely girls, my dancers
  • Few come this way
  • Strawberry shrub
  • When it is over
  • Courage that my mother had
  • Wild-cat, gnat and I
  • This should be simple; if one's power were great
  • Song
  • New England spring, 1942
  • Elegy before death
  • Her in a rocky cup
  • How innocent we lie
  • Armenoville
  • Put it down! I say
  • I still can see
  • There were herbs strown
  • Heavily on the faithful bulk of Kurvenal
  • Dream of Saba
  • Who hurt you so
  • When the tree-sparrows with no sound
  • Bean-stalk-
  • Amorphous is the mind
  • For warmth alone, for shelter only
  • Agnostic
  • Apple-trees bud, but I do not
  • Black hair you'd day she had
  • Cave canem
  • An ancient gesture
  • Jesus to His disciples
  • Establishment is shocked
  • Some things are dark
  • Weeds
  • If it should rain
  • Parsi woman
  • Journal
  • Sea at sunset can reflect
  • I, in disgust with the living
  • How did I bear it
  • Men working
  • Steepletop
  • Even you, sweet Basil
  • Nothing could stand all this rain
  • Passer mortuus est
  • Borage, forage for bees
  • Gardener in haying time
  • Sky-coloured bird
  • To a snake
  • I woke in the night and heard the wind
  • Look how the bittersweet
  • Truck-garden market-day
  • Intense and terrible, I think, must be the loneliness
  • Sometimes, oh, often, indeed
  • Not for a nation
  • Interim
  • Pastoral
  • Thou art not lovelier than lilacs, no
  • Time does not bring relief, you all have lied
  • Mindful of you the sodden earth in spring
  • Not in this chamber only at my birth
  • If I should learn, in some quite casual way
  • This door you might not open, and you did
  • I do but ask that you be always fair
  • Love, though for this you riddle me with darts
  • I think I should have loved you presently
  • Oh, think not I am faithful to a vow
  • Assault
  • I shall forget you presently, my dear
  • We talk of taxes, and I call you friend
  • Into the golden vessel of great song
  • Not with libations, but with shouts and laughter
  • Only until this cigarette is ended
  • Once more into my arid days like dew
  • No rose that in a garden ever grew
  • When I too long have looked upon your face
  • And you as well must die, beloved dust
  • Let you not say of me when I am old
  • Travel
  • Oh, my beloved have you thought of this
  • As to some lovely temple
  • Cherish you then
  • When you
  • That love at length
  • Love is not blind
  • I know I am but summer
  • I pray you if you love me
  • Pity me not
  • Sometimes when I am wearied suddenly
  • Low-tide
  • Oh, oh, you will be sorry for that word
  • Here is a wound that never will heal
  • I shall go back again to the bleak shore
  • Say what you will
  • What's this of death
  • I see so clearly now my similar years
  • Your face is like a chamber
  • Light combes back with Columbine
  • Lord Archer, Death, whom sent you in your stead
  • Loving you less than life
  • Song of a second April
  • I, being born a woman and distressed
  • What lips my lips have kissed
  • Still will I harvest beauty where it grows
  • How healthily after feet upon the floor
  • Euclid alone has looked on beauty bare
  • Sonnets from an ungrafted tree
  • Rosemary
  • Poet and his book
  • Alms
  • Inland
  • To a poet that died young
  • Suicide
  • Wraith
  • Ebb
  • Elaine
  • Burial
  • Mariposa
  • Little hill
  • Doubt no more that Oberon
  • Lament
  • Exiled
  • Death of autumn
  • God's world
  • Ode to silence
  • Epitaph
  • Prayer to Persephone
  • Chorus
  • Dirge
  • Elegy
  • Wild swans
  • First fig
  • Second fig
  • Recuerdo
  • Afternoon on a hill
  • Thursday
  • To the not impossible him
  • Macdougal street
  • Singing-woman for the wood's edge
  • She is overheard singing
  • Unexplorer
  • Grown-up
  • Penitent
  • Daphne
  • Portrait by a neighbour
  • Sorrow
  • Midnight oil
  • Merry maid
  • To Kathleen
  • To S.M.
  • Philosopher
  • My heart, being hungry
  • Autumn chant
  • Nuit Blanche
  • Oh, little rose tree, bloom
  • Beat me a crown of bluer metal
  • Tavern
  • Rain comes down
  • Wood road
  • Feast
  • Souvenir
  • Scrub
  • Goose girl
  • Dragonfly
  • Departure
  • Return from town
  • A visit to the asylum
  • Ashes of life
  • Spring and the Fall
  • Curse
  • Keen
  • Betrothal
  • Humoresque
  • Pond
  • Ballad of the harp-weaver
  • Never may the fruit be plucked
  • Concert
  • Hyacinth
  • Beast that rends me in the sight of all
  • No lack of cousel from the shrewd and wise
  • Nay, learned doctor, these fine leeches fresh
  • Of all that ever in extreme disease
  • Since I cannot persuade you from this mood
  • Nigh is my sister
  • Yet in an hour to come
  • When you are dead
  • Strange thing that I
  • Not in a silver casket cool with pearls
  • Life ...
  • Olympian gods
  • I said
  • Epitaph for the race of man
  • Those hours when happy hours were my estate
  • Not, to me, less lavish
  • Tranquility at length
  • And is indeed truth beauty
  • to hold secure the province of pure art
  • And if I die
  • It is the fashion now to wave aside
  • Grow not too high
  • Admetus
  • What chores these churls do put upon the great
  • I will put chaous into fourteen lines
  • Come home, victorious wounded
  • Read history so learn your place in time
  • Read history tus learn how small a space
  • My words that once were virtuous and expressed
  • Now sits the autumn cricket in the grass
  • And must I then
  • If I die solvent
  • Not that it matters
  • Grief that is grief and properly so hight
  • Falicity of grief
  • What rider spurs him from the darkening east
  • Country of hunchbacks
  • Upon this marble bust that is not I
  • For this your mother sweated in the cold
  • Sweet sounds
  • What thing is this that
Control code
2313638
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
738 pages
Isbn
9780060129484
Lccn
56008756
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00289513
  • (OCoLC)289513

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