Treasure Island

Annie Adams Fields

(1834-1915 / USA)

Poems of Annie Adams Fields

1. A Dream In May 10/19/2010
2. A Falling Star 10/19/2010
3. A Far Haven 10/19/2010
4. A Memory Of Interlachen 10/19/2010
5. A Soldier's Mother 10/19/2010
6. A Thousand Years In 10/19/2010
7. Andante - Beethoven's Sixth Symphony 10/19/2010
8. Blue Succory In War Time 10/19/2010
9. C. T. 10/19/2010
10. Cedar Mountain 10/19/2010
11. Changing Skies 10/19/2010
12. Children 10/19/2010
13. Chrysalides 10/19/2010
14. Comatas 10/19/2010
15. Compensation 10/19/2010
16. Death, Who Art Thou? 10/19/2010
17. Defiance 10/19/2010
18. Elizabeth's Chamber: At Amesbury 10/19/2010
19. Endymion 10/19/2010
20. Flammatantis M’Nia Mundi. 10/19/2010

Song, to the Gods

“BEHOLD another singer!” Criton said,
And sneered, and in his sneering turned the leaf:
“Who reads the poets now? They are past and dead:
Give me for their vain work unrhymed relief.”
A laugh went round. Meanwhile the last ripe sheaf
Of corn was garnered, and the summer birds
Stilled their dear notes, while autumn’s voice of grief
Rang through the fields, and wept the gathered herds.
Then in despair men murmured: “Is this all,—

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