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James Joyce

Poems by author James Joyce
A Memory Of the Players In a Mirror a...James Joyce1917
FloodJames Joyce1917
I Hear an ArmyJames Joyce1914
SongJames Joyce1907
[All day I hear the noise of waters]James Joyce1907
[At that hour when all things have re...James Joyce1907
[Be not sad because all men]James Joyce1907
[Because your voice was at my side]James Joyce1907
[Bid adieu, adieu, adieu,]James Joyce1907
[Bright cap and streamers,]James Joyce1907
[Dear heart, why will you use me so?]James Joyce1907
[From dewy dreams, my soul, arise,]James Joyce1907
[Gentle lady, do not sing]James Joyce1907
[Go seek her out all courteously,]James Joyce1907
[He who hath glory lost, nor hath]James Joyce1907
[I hear an army charging upon the land,]James Joyce1907
[I would in that sweet bosom be]James Joyce1907
[In the dark pine-wood]James Joyce1907
[Lean out of the window,]James Joyce1907
[Lightly come or lightly go:]James Joyce1907
[Love came to us in time gone by]James Joyce1907
[My dove, my beautiful one,]James Joyce1907
[My love is in a light attire]James Joyce1907
[Now, O now, in this brown land]James Joyce1907
[O Sweetheart, hear you]James Joyce1907
[O cool is the valley now]James Joyce1907
[O, it was out by Donnycarney]James Joyce1907
[Of that so sweet imprisonment]James Joyce1907
[Rain has fallen all the day]James Joyce1907
[Silently she's combing,]James Joyce1907
[Sleep now, O sleep now,]James Joyce1907
[Strings in the earth and air]James Joyce1907
[The twilight turns from amethyst]James Joyce1907
[This heart that flutters near my heart]James Joyce1907
[Thou leanest to the shell of night,]James Joyce1907
[Though I thy Mithridates were,]James Joyce1907
[What counsel has the hooded moon]James Joyce1907
[When the shy star goes forth in heaven]James Joyce1907
[Who goes amid the green wood]James Joyce1907
[Winds of May, that dance on the sea,]James Joyce1907
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