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The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke

Poems in publication The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke, 1916 (External link) [COMPLETE]
Second BestRupert Brooke
Day That I Have LovedRupert Brooke
Sleeping Out: Full MoonRupert Brooke
In ExaminationRupert Brooke
Pine-Trees and the Sky: EveningRupert Brooke
WagnerRupert Brooke
The Vision of the ArchangelsRupert Brooke
SeasideRupert Brooke
On the Death of Smet-Smet, the Hippop...Rupert Brooke
The Song of the PilgrimsRupert Brooke
The Song of the BeastsRupert Brooke
FailureRupert Brooke
Ante AramRupert Brooke
DawnRupert Brooke
The CallRupert Brooke
The WayfarersRupert Brooke
The BeginningRupert Brooke
Sonnet: Oh! Death Will Find Me, Long ...Rupert Brooke
Sonnet: I Said I Splendidly Loved You...Rupert Brooke
SuccessRupert Brooke
DustRupert Brooke
KindlinessRupert Brooke
MummiaRupert Brooke
The FishRupert Brooke
Thoughts on the Shape of the Human BodyRupert Brooke
FlightRupert Brooke
The HillRupert Brooke
The One Before the LastRupert Brooke
The Jolly CompanyRupert Brooke
The Life BeyondRupert Brooke
Lines Written in the Belief That the ...Rupert Brooke
Dead Men's LoveRupert Brooke
Town and CountryRupert Brooke
ParalysisRupert Brooke
Menelaus and HelenRupert Brooke
LibidoRupert Brooke
JealousyRupert Brooke
Blue EveningRupert Brooke
The CharmRupert Brooke
FindingRupert Brooke
SongRupert Brooke
The VoiceRupert Brooke
Dining-Room TeaRupert Brooke
The Goddess in the WoodRupert Brooke
A Channel PassageRupert Brooke
VictoryRupert Brooke
Day and NightRupert Brooke
Choriambics—IRupert Brooke
Choriambics—IIRupert Brooke
DesertionRupert Brooke
PeaceRupert Brooke
SafetyRupert Brooke
The DeadRupert Brooke
The Dead [These hearts were woven of ...Rupert Brooke
The SoldierRupert Brooke
The TreasureRupert Brooke
Tiare TahitiRupert Brooke
RetrospectRupert Brooke
The Great LoverRupert Brooke
HeavenRupert Brooke
DoubtsRupert Brooke
There's Wisdom in WomenRupert Brooke
He Wonders Whether to Praise or to Bl...Rupert Brooke
A MemoryRupert Brooke
One DayRupert Brooke
WaikikiRupert Brooke
HauntingsRupert Brooke
SonnetRupert Brooke
CloudsRupert Brooke
MutabilityRupert Brooke
The Busy HeartRupert Brooke
LoveRupert Brooke
UnfortunateRupert Brooke
The ChilternsRupert Brooke
HomeRupert Brooke
The Night JourneyRupert Brooke
Song [All suddenly the wind comes soft,]Rupert Brooke
Beauty and BeautyRupert Brooke
The Way That Lovers UseRupert Brooke
Mary and GabrielRupert Brooke
The Funeral of Youth: ThrenodyRupert Brooke
The Old Vicarage, GrantchesterRupert Brooke
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