Digital Anthology

Welcome to the digital anthology!

Here you will find full poems or excerpts from poems in the corpus anthologies. Each post contains links to digitized versions of the original publications.

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“Inarticulate Grief” by Richard Aldington
Inarticulate Grief  Let the sea beat its thin torn handsIn anguish against the shore,Let it moanBetween headland and cliff;Let the ...
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“Cul-de-Sac” by Helen Rootham
Cul-de-Sac   There flickers one small yellow flameBlown by a fretful breezeThat casts small shadows on the groundTo dance between ...
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“Dust” by Rupert Brooke
Dust When the white flame in us is gone,    And we that lost the world's delightStiffen in darkness, left ...
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“Portrait of a Lady” by T.S. Eliot
Portrait of a Lady "Thou hast committed—""Fornication: but that was in another country,And besides, the wench is dead."The Jew of ...
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“I Hear an Army” by James Joyce
I Hear an Army I hear an army charging upon the land,And the thunder of horses plunging; foam about theirknees:Arrogant, ...
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“Bullion” by Amy Lowell
Bullion My thoughts Chink  against my ribs And roll about like silver hail-stones. I should like to spill them out, And pour them, ...
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