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Gertrude Stein

Poems by author Gertrude Stein
A Blue CoatGertrude Stein1914
A BoxGertrude Stein1914
A Box (2)Gertrude Stein1914
A BrownGertrude Stein1914
A Carafe, That is a Blind GlassGertrude Stein1914
A Centre In a TableGertrude Stein1914
A ChairGertrude Stein1914
A ClothGertrude Stein1914
A DogGertrude Stein1914
A DrawingGertrude Stein1914
A FeatherGertrude Stein1914
A FireGertrude Stein1914
A Frightful ReleaseGertrude Stein1914
A HandkerchiefGertrude Stein1914
A LeaveGertrude Stein1914
A Little Bit of a TumblerGertrude Stein1914
A Little Called PaulineGertrude Stein1914
A Long DressGertrude Stein1914
A Method of a CloakGertrude Stein1914
A Mounted UmbrellaGertrude Stein1914
A New Cup And SaucerGertrude Stein1914
A PaperGertrude Stein1914
A PetticoatGertrude Stein1914
A PianoGertrude Stein1914
A Piece of CoffeeGertrude Stein1914
A PlateGertrude Stein1914
A PurseGertrude Stein1914
A Red HatGertrude Stein1914
A Red StampGertrude Stein1914
A Seltzer BottleGertrude Stein1914
A ShawlGertrude Stein1914
A SoundGertrude Stein1914
A Substance In a CushionGertrude Stein1914
A TableGertrude Stein1914
A Time To EatGertrude Stein1914
A WaistGertrude Stein1914
A White HunterGertrude Stein1914
An UmbrellaGertrude Stein1914
AppleGertrude Stein1914
AsparagusGertrude Stein1914
BookGertrude Stein1914
BreakfastGertrude Stein1914
ButterGertrude Stein1914
CakeGertrude Stein1914
Careless WaterGertrude Stein1914
CeleryGertrude Stein1914
ChickenGertrude Stein1914
Chicken (2)Gertrude Stein1914
Chicken (3)Gertrude Stein1914
Chicken (4)Gertrude Stein1914
Cold ClimateGertrude Stein1914
Colored HatsGertrude Stein1914
CookingGertrude Stein1914
CranberriesGertrude Stein1914
CreamGertrude Stein1914
Cream (2)Gertrude Stein1914
CucumberGertrude Stein1914
CupsGertrude Stein1914
CustardGertrude Stein1914
CutletGertrude Stein1914
DiningGertrude Stein1914
DinnerGertrude Stein1914
Dirt And Not CopperGertrude Stein1914
EatingGertrude Stein1914
Eating (2)Gertrude Stein1914
EggsGertrude Stein1914
End of SummerGertrude Stein1914
Eye GlassesGertrude Stein1914
Glazed GlitterGertrude Stein1914
Guillaume ApollinaireGertrude Stein1913
In BetweenGertrude Stein1914
It Was Black, Black TookGertrude Stein1914
LunchGertrude Stein1914
MalachiteGertrude Stein1914
Mildred's UmbrellaGertrude Stein1914
MilkGertrude Stein1914
Milk (2)Gertrude Stein1914
MoreGertrude Stein1914
MuttonGertrude Stein1914
Nothing ElegantGertrude Stein1914
ObjectsGertrude Stein1914
OrangeGertrude Stein1914
Orange (2)Gertrude Stein1914
Orange InGertrude Stein1914
OrangesGertrude Stein1914
PastryGertrude Stein1914
Peeled Pencil, ChokeGertrude Stein1914
PotatoesGertrude Stein1914
Potatoes (2)Gertrude Stein1914
Red RosesGertrude Stein1914
RhubarbGertrude Stein1914
Roast PotatoesGertrude Stein1914
RoastbeefGertrude Stein1914
RoomsGertrude Stein1914
SaladGertrude Stein1914
Salad Dressing And an ArtichokeGertrude Stein1914
Salad Dressing And an Artichoke (2)Gertrude Stein1914
SalmonGertrude Stein1914
SauceGertrude Stein1914
SausagesGertrude Stein1914
ShoesGertrude Stein1914
Single FishGertrude Stein1914
SugarGertrude Stein1914
Suppose an EyesGertrude Stein1914
TailsGertrude Stein1914
This is the Dress, AiderGertrude Stein1914
VealGertrude Stein1914
VegetableGertrude Stein1914
Water RainingGertrude Stein1914
Way Lay VegetableGertrude Stein1914
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