James Whitcomb Riley

(7 October 1849 - 22 July 1916 / Greenfield, Indiana)

Poems of James Whitcomb Riley

201. Liberty 1/3/2003
202. Limitations Of Genius 4/9/2010
203. Lines For An Album 4/9/2010
204. Little Dick And The Clock 4/9/2010
205. Little Jack Janitor 4/9/2010
206. Little Orphant Annie 12/31/2002
207. Little-Girl-Two-Little-Girls 4/9/2010
208. Lockerbie Street 4/9/2010
209. Longfellow 4/9/2010
210. Lullaby 4/9/2010
211. Luther Benson 4/9/2010
212. Man's Devotion 4/9/2010
213. Marthy Ellen 4/9/2010
214. May I Not Weep With You 4/9/2010
215. Maymie's Story Of Red Riding Hood 4/9/2010
216. Moon-Drowned 4/9/2010
217. Morton 4/9/2010
218. Mr. Hammond's Parable--The Dreamer 4/9/2010
219. Mr. What's-His-Name 4/9/2010
220. My Bride That Is To Be 4/9/2010

Orlie Wilde

A goddess, with a siren's grace,--
A sun-haired girl on a craggy place
Above a bay where fish-boats lay
Drifting about like birds of prey.

Wrought was she of a painter's dream,--
Wise only as are artists wise,
My artist-friend, Rolf Herschkelhiem,
With deep sad eyes of oversize,

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