Treasure Island

Paul Laurence Dunbar

(1872-1906 / Ohio / United States)

Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar

221. Ode for Memorial Day 4/2/2010
222. Ode to Ethiopia 4/2/2010
223. Old 1/3/2003
224. On A Clean Book 4/2/2010
225. On A Sea Wall 4/2/2010
226. On The Death Of W. C. 4/2/2010
227. On The Dedication Of Dorothy Hall 4/2/2010
228. On The River 4/2/2010
229. On The Road 4/2/2010
230. One Life 4/2/2010
231. Opportunity 4/2/2010
232. Over The Hills 4/2/2010
233. Parted 4/2/2010
234. Passion And Love 4/2/2010
235. Philosophy 4/2/2010
236. Phyllis 4/2/2010
237. Poor Withered Rose 4/2/2010
238. Possession 4/2/2010
239. Possum 4/2/2010
240. Possum Trot 4/2/2010

Encouragement

WHO dat knockin' at de do'?
Why, Ike Johnson, -- yes, fu' sho!
Come in, Ike. I's mighty glad
You come down. I t'ought you's
mad
At me 'bout de othah night,
An' was stayin' 'way fu' spite.
Say, now, was you mad fu' true
W'en I kin' o' laughed at you?

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