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Dánta ~ Index of Poems

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Dánta - poems composed as Gaeilge

Poems in English by Irish poets

Poems by (non-Irish) poets

 

      A Bard's Epitaph

      A Brigid’s Girdle

      A Call

      A Child in Prison    (Under Sorrow's Sign)

      A chláirsioch Chnuic Í Chosgair

      Achill

      A Christmas Childhood

      A Churchman Speaks

      A'  Chuthag     [traditional, Scottish Gaelic]

      A Coat

      A Complete Account of the Various Colonizations of Ireland as Delivered by the Sage Fintan

      A Cradle Song

      A Dream

      A Drinking Song

      A Faery Song

      A Fairy's Child

      A Farewell to English

      Affairs of State

      A First Time

      Aftermath

      Again Rejoicing Nature Sees

     Ag Críost an síol

      Ag Faire Do Shuain

      A Grafted Tongue

      A Headstone

      Agus Mé Ocht mBliana Déag

      A Hedge Schoolmaster

      Ailim iath n-erend     [Attributed to Amhairgin]

      Aimhréidh

      A Lamentation for the death of Sir Maurice Fitzgerald

      A Little Boy in the Morning

      All Hallow's Eve

      All Legendary Obstacles                                                                                                                                                above

      All You Need To Put On The Poster Nowadays

      A Lost Tradition

      A Lover's Quarrel among the Fairies

      A Man's a Man for A' That

      A Man Young And Old

      A Marbáin

      Am gaeth i m-muir      [Attributed to Amhairgin]

      Amharc

      A Mhic Bhig na gCleas

      Amhrán An Fhir Óig

      Amhrán Bréagach

      Amhrán na mBréag    [as Gaeilge]

      An Bhatráil

      An Bhean Mhídhílis

      An Buachaill Bán

      Ancient Music   (Winter is icumen in)

      An Cuimhin Leat an Oíche Úd

      And The Band Played "Waltzing Matilda"                                                                                         above

      An Eaglais Ghallda

      A Nest In A Wall

      An Fhilíocht

      An Irish Childhood in England: 1951

      An Naoidhe Naomh

      An Old Woman Of The Roads

      Another September

      A Nun Takes The Veil

      An Ulster Prophesy

      Anna Liffey

      An Scáthán

      An Sionnach agus an Préachán

      An Taobh Tuathail

      Annus Mirabilis

      A photograph from Sept. 11                                                                                                                          above

      A Prayer for my Daughter

      A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London

      Ar in Mórrigu     [as:   Táin Bó Cúailnge]

      Ars Domestica

      Ars Poetica

      A Sleeper's Guide

      Athchuairt

      Atlantic Ocean, The

      A Terrible Beauty

      Aubade

      Auld Lang Syne      [traditional, Scots - attributed to Robert Burns]

      Avenue, The

     A View of God & The Devil    [excerpt]

      Awakening Of Dermuid, The

      A Warning To Conquerers

      A White Rose

 

 above

      Babel

      Ballad of the White Horse, The      [excerpt]

      Ballad of Wandering Aengus, The

      Battle of Aughrim, The      [excerpt]

      Bard's Epitaph, A

      Bean an Leasa mar Shíobshiúlóir

      Beatha an Scoláire

      Before The World Was Made

      Begin

      Beth Gêlert, or the Grave of the Greyhound     [Llewellyn And His Dog]

      Between the Jigs and the Reels

      Bewley's Oriental Cafe, Westmoreland Street

      Bhatráil, An

      Bhean Mhídhílis, An

      Bid me to live, and I will live   (To Anthea, who may command him Anything)

      Black Peadar                                                                                                                                                above

      Blessing

      Blodeuwedd

      Blodewedd

      Bogland

      Bog Royal

      Bonnán Buí     (Bunán Buí)

      Bonny Portmore

      Brazen Image

      breeze at dawn, The

      Brewer's Man, The

      Bright After Dark

      Brídín Bhéasaí

      Brídín Vesey   

      Brigid’s Girdle, A

      Brigit bé bithmaith

      Brigit búadach

      ‘Bring from the craggy haunts of birch and pine’ (O Mighty, Melancholy Wind)

      Broken Silence

      Brus, The

      Buachaill Bán, An

      Bubble, The

      Bunán Buí     (Bonnán Buí)

      Butcher's Dozen

 

 above

      Cabinet Table, The

      Caiseal Mumhan

      Caismirt an Phótaire Leis an Uisce Beatha

      Cáitheadh

      Call, A

      Canadian Pacific

      Caoineadh     [Máire Mhac an tSaoi]

      Caoineadh     [Cathal Ó Searcaigh]

      Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire

      Caoine Cill Chais

      Carrigskeewaun

      Carrying the Songs

      Casualty

      Cat

      Cathrúintí Mháire Ní Ógáin

      Cave

      Cave, The

      Ceann Dubh Dílis     [Gan ainm]

      Ceann Dubh Dílis     [Cathal Ó Searcaigh]

      Céili

      Ceist! cia do cheinneóchadh dán?

      Ceist na Teangan

      Celts, The

      Ceremony After a Fire Raid

      Cétemain

      Changeling, The

      Charge Of The Light Brigade, The                                                                                                    above

      Cherry-Time

      Child

      Child Burial

     Child in Prison, A    (Under Sorrow's Sign)

      Child Of Our Time

      Chinese Restaurant in Portrush, The

      Christmas Childhood, A

      Christmas Verses  - a collection

      Church Going

      Churchman Speaks, A

      Chuthag, An      [traditional, Scottish Gaelic]

      Cider

      Cill Aodain    (Contae Mhaigh Eo)

      Ciúnas

      Coat, A

      Cois na Teineadh

      Colmcille

      Columcille's Greeting to Ireland     [translation]

      Come Rejoice!

      Comhfhad do théid teas is fuacht                                                                                                                  above

      Como Latas De Cerveza Vacías

      Comrac Liadaine ocus Cuirithir

      Contae Mhaigh Eo     (Cill Aodain)

      Coole Park And Ballylee

      Coolun, The

      Country Matters

      Cradle Song, A

      Crossing

      Cuba

      Cuimhin Leat an Oíche Úd, An

      Cuirt an Mheadhon Oidhche     [As:   Cuid a Ceathair:  An Ainnir Arís]

      Cuirt an Mheadhon Oidhche     [As:  Cuid a Cúig:  An Breithiúnas is an Réiteach]

      Cuirt an Mheadhon Oidhche     [As:  Cuid a Dó:  An Ainnir -1]

      Cuirt an Mheadhon Oidhche     [As:  Cuid a Dó:  An Ainnir - 2]

      Cúl An Tí

      Cure At Troy, The    [excerpt]

      Cusheen Loo

      Crazy Jane talks with the Bishop

 above

      Dá dtérdhinn-se Siar

      Daffodils

      Daifné agus Apalló

      Dán Do Rosemary

      Danny

      Daphne With Her Thighs In Bark

      Dark eyes, wonderful, strange and dear

      Dark Rosaleen     [Sr Anne Therese Dillen]

      Dark Rosaleen     [James Clarence Mangan]

      Day Kerry Became Dublin, The

      Dead

      Dead at Clonmacnoise, The

      Death of a Naturalist

      Death Of An Irishwoman

      Death of a Queen

      Death Will Come

      December Christmas

      Deirdre's Lament for the Sons of Usnagh

      Detour                                                                                                                                                         above

      Dharmakaya  (for Thom McGinty)

      Difficulty That Is Marriage, The

      Digging

      Dinner Chez Apelles

      Dinnéar Na Nollag

      Direction

      Dirge without Music

      Dom-fharcai fidbaide fál

      Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

      Do not stand at my grave and weep

      Door Was Open And The House Was Dark, The

      Doubletake

      Down, Wanton, Down!

      Dream, A

      Dreams     [Cecil Frances Alexander]

      Dreams     [Michael Longley]

      Drinking Song, A

      Dry Salvages, The     [excerpt]

      Dublin

      Dublin Made Me

      Duilleoga ar an Life

 

 above

      Eaglais Ghallda, An

      Éanlathas

      Early Purges, The

      Earth and Man, The

      Easter 1916

      Eibhlín a Rún

      Elegy for Minor Poets

      Elven Dance, The

      Embassy

      Emigrant Irish, The

      Emily Dickinson

      Enniscorthy Carol    (aka Wexford Carol)

      Epic

      Evening     (Hespere)

 

 above

     Faeries, The

      Faerie's Child, The

      Faery Ride, The

      Faery Song,  A

      Fairies, The

      Fairies’ Passage, The

      Fairy Child, The

      Fairy Host, The

      Fairy Lover, The

      Fairy Nurse, The

      Fairy Thorn, The

      Fairy's Child, A

      Fairy Well Of Lagnanay, The

      Fairy Workers

      Faisean Chláir Eibhir

      Fall, The

      Famine Year, The     (The Stricken Land)

      Farewell! Farewell! Farewell!

      Farewell to English, A

      Father And Son

      Fever

      Fhilíocht, An

      Fickle Fortune

      Fields of Athenry, The

      Fil súil n-glas      [Colum Cille cecenit]

      First Invasion of Ireland, The

      First Time,  A

      Fisherman, The

      Flight to Egypt

      Flower Master, The

      Folly of Being Comforted, The

      Folk Tale

      Forge, The

      Fornocht Do Chonac Thú

      For Rita With Love

      For the Hill Mother

      Freeborn Man of the Travelling People

      Fuadach

      Fúbún Fúibh

 

 above

      Gaeltacht

      Gan do Chuid Éadaigh

      Gate To The Land Of Faerie, The

      Geranium, The

      Geasa

      Ghost Town

      Ghosts of Omagh, The

      Girl in The Lending Library, The

      Give Me Three Grains Of Corn, Mother

      Glanmore Sonnets (for Ann Saddlemeyer) - X.

      Go A Little Sane

      Goblin Market

      God Gives To Every Bird Its Proper Food But They Must All Fly For It

      God's Grandeur

      Going Home To Mayo, Winter, 1949

      Gombeen Man, The

      Good, The

      Goodbye to the Thirty Foot Trailer

      Good Morrow, The

      Golden Chains, The     [excerpts]

      Grafted Tongue, A

      Grandmother, Gesture

      Grimalkin

 

 above

      Half Door, The   (Dark eyes, wonderful, strange and dear)

      Harp of Aengus, The

      Harp that Once Through Tara’s Halls, The

      Harvest-Home     (The Joy of Childhood)      [excerpt]

      Headstone, A

      Heavenly Banquet, The     [Ascribed to Saint Brigid]

      Hedge Schoolmaster, A

      Henry Street Mar Shompla

      Heredity

      Here My Books Go

      Here's To The Maiden Of Bashful Fifteen

      Hero At The Gates Of Hell

      Hero, The

      Hespere     (Evening)

      He Who Would Dream Of Fairyland

      He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven

      Hilda

      Homecoming

      Home Is So Sad

      Homesteading

      Hosting of the Sidhe, The

      Host Of The Air, The

      Housewife's Testament, The

      Hunt, The

      Hussa Tha Measg Na Realtan More

 

      I Am

      I Am the Mountainy Singer

      I Declare To God

      If We Forget the Fairies    (To Margaret)

      I Just Wondered

      Il pleut doucement sur la ville

      Impressions I. Les Silhouettes

      In Carradore Churchyard

      Ind rath hi comair in dairfheda

      Infinite, The

      In Flander's Fields

      In Memoriam Francis Ledwidge                                                                                                                 above

      In Memoriam M.K.H., 1911-1984

      In Memory Of Eva Gore-Booth And Con Markiewicz

      In Memory of My Mother

      In Memory: The Miami Showband - Massacred 31 July 1975

      Inscription for a Headstone

      Insomnia

      Int én bec

      Innocence

      Into The Twilight

      I’r Hen Iaith A’i Chaneuon

      Irish

      Irish Childhood in England: 1951, An

      Irish Compliment

      Irish Street Scene, With Lovers

      Is Acher In Gáith In-nocht

      Is aire charam Doire     [Colum Cille cecenit]

      i shall imagine life                                                                                                                                                          above

      I Shall Not Die   (O'Connor)      [translation]

      I Shall Not Die for Thee   (Colum)      [translation]

      I Shall Not Die for Thee   (Hyde)      [translation]

      'S Í Bláth Geal Na Sméar Í

      Is Mo Chen In Maiten Bán

      Is scíth mo chrob ón scríbainn

      Is Trua do Bhás, a Bhaill

      Is trua gan mise i Sasana

      Island, The

      Islandman

      Island Musician Going Home

      I Think This Is The Very Best Thing That It Does

      Itinerant Singing Girl, The

      Itinerary

      It Is A Month

      I whispered my great sorrow...

      I Will Not Die For You   (Kinsella)      [translation]

 

 above

      Jabberwocky

      Janice

      Jest Fore Christmas

      Joy of Childhood, The     (From: Harvest-Home)      [excerpt]

      From:   'Jubilate Agno'

 

 above

      Ka Mate

      Kerry Christmas Carol, The

      Kilfenora Teaboy, The

      Komu to yú mo

      Kundalini

      Knocklong

 

 above

      La Belle Dame sans Merci

      Labhair An Teanga Gaeilge

      Lá Chéad Chomaoineach

      Labhrann Medb

      Laburnum

      L’Adieu

      Lake Isle of Innisfree, The

      Lament for Arthur O'Leary, The

      Lament for Thomas MacDonagh

      Lament Of The Last Leprechaun

      Lamentation for the death of Sir Maurice Fitzgerald, A

      L'Amoreuse 

      Lark In The Clear Air, The

      Last Call

      La Toilette

      Leaba Shioda

      Leannan Si

      Legacies

      Legendary Moralities

      Lent

      Lepracaun,  Or Fairy Shoemaker, The

      Leprehaun, The

      Les Secret Amour

      Liadan Laments Cuirithir

      Libertine, The

      Life Class

      Lightenings VII                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               above

      Limericks

      Linen Industry, The

      Lines Of Leaving

      Lines Written on a Seat on the Grand Canal, Dublin, 'Erected to the Memory of Mrs Dermot O'Brian'

      Listen, This Is The Noise Of Myth

      Little Boy in the Morning, A

      Little Ghost, The

      Little Good Folk, The

      Little Lad of the Tricks

      Llewellyn And His Dog    [Beth Gêlert, or the Grave of the Greyhound]

      Lost Heifer, The

      Lost Ones, The

      Lot’s Wife

      Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The

      Lover tells of the Rose in his Heart, The

      Lover's Quarrel among the Fairies, A

      Luimneach      [1- Seán Ó Tuama]

      Luimneach     [2- Aindrías Mac Craith]

 

 above

      Mac Airt

      Mad Farmer Revolution..., The

      Madame

      Magic Lake, The

      Maids Of Elfin-Mere, The

      Mairg darab galar an grádh

      Making Love Outside Áras An Uachtaráin

      Manach 

      M'anam do sgar riomsa a-raoir

      Man Sleeping

      Man's a Man for A' That, An

      Man Whose Name Was Tom-and-Ann, The

      Man Who Went Absent From The Native Literature, The

      Man Young And Old, A

      Marbáin, A

      Marban, A Hermit, Speaks

      Marbhna

      Margaret Thatcher Joins IRA

      Master And Servant                                                                                                                     above

      Masters of War

      Memory of my Father

      Mending Wall

      Mendon

      Mermaid, The

      Messe ocus Pangur Bán

      Mheall Sí Lena Glorthaí Mé

      Midnight Anvil

      Midnight Court, The     [From:   Part Four: The Young Woman Again]

      Midnight Court, The     [From:   Part Five: The Judgment and Resolution]

      Midnight Court, The     [From:   Part Two: The Young Woman  -1]

      Midnight Court, The     [ From:   Part Two: The Young Woman  - 2]

      Mid-Term Break

      Mionn

      Mise agus Pangur Bán

      Mise Éire       [Pádraig Mac Piarais]

      Mise Éire       [Eavan Boland]

      Mise Raifteirí

      Mo Bhrón Ar An Bhfarraige

      Mo-chean do theacht, a sgadáin

      Mockingbird At Winter Solstice

      Mo Ghrá-Sa (Idir Lúibini)

      Moments

      Mor Of Cloyne

      Mother of the Groom                                                                                                                     above

      Moving On Song

      Mrs. Krikorian

      Mrs Sweeney

      Muide

      Musée de Beaux Arts

      My Lagan Love

      My Night With Philip Larkin

      My Son, Forsake Your Art

      my way is in the sand flowing

      Mysteries of the Home:  1. Well

      Mysteries of the Home:  2. Queen

      Mysteries of the Home:  3. Hermit

      Mysteries of the Home:  4. King

      Mysteries of the Home:  5. Seed

 

 above

      Na Súile Uaine

      Nach ait an nós

      Naoidhe Naomh, An

      Nest In A Wall, A

      Neutrality

      Niamh

      Ní bhFuighe mise bás duit

      Ní bhFáigh mise bás duit

      Ní chreideann Alba fa-ríor

      Night

      Night Faeries

      Nighthag, The  (St. Swithin's Chair)

      Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen

      No Man Is An Island

      No Mean City

      Non Sum Qualis Eram Bonae sub Regno Cynarae

      No Second Troy

      Nora Críona

      Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments

      Now Westlin Winds

      Nun Takes The Veil, A

 

 above

      O Bonny Portmore

      Ode

      Oh, where do Fairies hide their heads  (Fairy Song)

      Oíche

      Oíche Nollag

      Oileán

      Old Woman Of The Roads, An

      O Mighty, Melancholy Wind (‘Bring from the craggy haunts of birch and pine')

      One of the Boys

      On Holiday

      Open Rose

      Ó Pharnell go Queenie - 2. Paris

      Oró, Sé do Bheatha 'bhaile

      Others, The

      Otter, The

      Our Lady of Ardboe

      Outlaw of Loch Lene, The

      O You Among Women

 

 above

      Parnell to Queenie - 2. Paris       [translation]

      Passing of the Shee, The

      Passionate World, The

      Pattern, The

      Peace       [Patrick Kavanagh]

      Peace       [Michael Longley]

      Peacetime

      Penal Law

      Peninsula, The

     Personal Helicon

      Pied Beauty

      Pillow Talk

      Pleasant Joys of Brotherhood, The

      Plougher, The

      Ploughman, The

      Poem for Frances Harvey

      Poet's Welcome To His Illegitimate Child, The                                                                                      above

      Pomegranate, The 

     Pond in a Bowl, Five Poems, The

      Poplar Memory

      Postscript

      Pot Burial

      Prayer Before Birth

      Prayer for my Daughter, A

      Preface to a Love Poem

      Prelude

      Preludes

      Primavera

      Prodigal Son, The

      Punishment

 

 above

      Quest, The

 

 above

      Raglan Road

      Rain Stick, The

      Ram's Horn, The

      Réalta an Chruinne Caitir Fhíona

      Reality Demands

      Rebel, The

      Rebus

      Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London, A

      Remembering Malibu

      Remfastine

      Renewal By Her Element

      Resurrection

      Retro Creation

      Return

      Robad Mellach, A Meic Mo Dé      [Colum Cille cecinit]

      Róisín Dubh

      Rosroe, 1955

      Roundelay

      Rún na Striapaí

      Rune

 

 above

     Sagairt óir is cailís chrainn

      Sailing To Byzantium

      St. Swithin's Chair   (The Nighthag)

      Same Gesture, The

      Samhain 1984

      Scáthán, An

      Scél Lemm Dúib

      Sea Dawn

      Seal Dá Saol

      Second Coming, The

      Secret Of Thereness, The

      Sedges, The    (I whispered my great sorrow)

      Seed Cutters, The

      Selchie: Seal Man

      September 1913

      September 1918

      September 1, 1939                                                                                                                   above

      Shadow

      Shadow People, The

      Shell, The

      She Walked Unaware

       Silkie, The

       Singladura

      Siollabadh

      Sionnach agus an Préachán, An

      Skellig Michael

      Skunk, The

      Slán le Máighe

      Sleeper's Guide, A

      Sleep Song Of Grainne Over Dermuid, The       [translation]

      Smoking                                                                                                                                                     above

      Sneachta

      Snow

      Snowbird

      Some Spring Moons, North Circular Road

      Song    [Seamus Heaney]

      Song. ‘Bring from the craggy haunts of birch and pine’ (O Mighty, Melancholy Wind)

      Song Of Fionnuala, The

      Song of Lies, The    [Amhrán na mBréag]

      Song of the Ghost, The

      Song of the Leanan Sidhe, The

      Song of the Old Mother, The

       Soneto Cincuenta y Dos [Sonnet LII]

      Sonnet 11 - As fast as thou shalt wane, so fast thou grow'st

      Sonnet 29 - When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes

      Sonnet 30 - When to the sessions of sweet silent thought

      Sonnet 130 - My mistress' eyes are nothing like the Sun

      Sonnet to Liberty

      Spell-Struck, The

      Splendour Falls On Castle Walls, The                                                                                    above

      Split the Lark

      Spoonbait, The

      Spring

      Spring Morning

      Spring Song

      Spraying the Potatoes

      Stargazing for Feminists

      Standing Army, The

      Statue of the Virgin at Granard Speaks, The

      Stolen Child, The

      Stormpetrel

      Stone of the Tourist, The

      Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone

      Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening                                                                               above

      Straight Talk From Fox

      Stricken Land, The    (The Famine Year )

      Subjection of Women, The

      Súile Donna

      Súile Uaine, Na

      Summer

      Sun in the Cradle of Cornfields, The

      Sunlight

      Supernatural Songs

      Surplus Population 1

      Surplus Population 2

      Surprised by joy- impatient as the wind

      Swan And Shadow

      Swans Mating

      Sweeney's Last Poem

 

 above

      Táimid Damanta, A Dheirféaracha

      as:  Tair Cucum, a Maire Boíd

      Taobh Tuathail, An

      Tea on the 5th of July

      Teanga Nódaithe

      Teilifís

      10:30 Mass, June 16, 1985

      Terms of Endearment

      Terrible Beauty, A

     Terror of Death, The

      That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire and of the Comfort of the Resurrection

      That the Science of Cartography is Airborne

      That The Science Of Cartography Is Limited

      The Atlantic Ocean                                                                                                                      above

      The Avenue

      The Awakening Of Dermuid - From 'The Vengeance of Finn'

      The Ballad of the White Horse      [excerpt]

      The Ballad of Wandering Aengus

      The Battle of Aughrim    [excerpt]

      The breeze at dawn

      The Brewer's Man

      The Brus [Book 16]

      The Bubble

      The Cabinet Table 

      The Cave

      The Celts

     The Chinese Restaurant in Portrush

      The Changeling

     The Charge Of The Light Brigade

      The Coolun                                                                                                                                                     above

      The Cure At Troy    [excerpt]

       The Day Kery Became Dublin

     The Dead at Clonmacnoise

      The Difficulty That Is Marriage

      The Door Was Open And The House Was Dark

      The Dry Salvages    [excerpt]

      The Early Purges

      The Earth and Man

      The Elven Dance

      The Emigrant Irish

      The Faeries

      The Faerie's Child

      The Faery Ride

      The Fairies

      The Fairies’ Passage

      The Fairy Child

      The Fairy Host

      The Fairy Lover

      The Fairy Nurse

      The Fairy Thorn

      The Fairy Well Of Lagnanay

      The Fall

      The Famine Year   (The Stricken Land)                                                                                            above

      The Fields of Athenry

      The First Invasion of Ireland

      The Fisherman

      The Flower Master

      The Folly of Being Comforted

      The Forge

      The Gate To The Land Of Faerie

      The Geranium

      The Ghosts of Omagh

      The Girl in The Lending Library

      The Gombeen Man

      The Good

      The Good Morrow

      The Golden Chains     [excerpts]

      The Half Door    (Dark eyes, wonderful, strange and dear)

      The Harp of Aengus

      The Harp that Once Through Tara’s Halls

      The Heavenly Banquet     [Ascribed to Saint Brigid]

      The Hero                                                                                                                                                       above

      The Hosting of the Sidhe

      The Host Of The Air

      The Housewife's Testament

      The Hunt

      The Infinite

      The Island

      The Itinerant Singing Girl

      The Joy of Childhood    (From: Harvest-Home)      [excerpt]

      The Kerry Christmas Carol

      The Kilfenora Teaboy

      The Lake Isle of Innisfree

      The Lament for Arthur O'Leary

      The Lark In The Clear Air

      The Lepracaun,  Or Fairy Shoemaker

      The Libertine

      The Linen Industry

      The Little Ghost                                                                                                                                    above

      The Little Good Folk

      The Lost Heifer

      The Lost Ones

     The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

      The Lover tells of the Rose in his Heart

      The Magic Lake

      The Maids Of Elfin-Mere

      The Mad Farmer Revolution...

      The Man Whose Name Was Tom-and-Ann

      The Man Who Went Absent From The Native Literature

      The Mermaid

      The Nighthag  (St. Swithin's Chair)

      The Others

      The Otter

      The Outlaw of Loch Lene

      The Passing of the Shee

      The Passionate World

      The Pattern

      The Peninsula

      The Pleasant Joys of Brotherhood

      The Plougher

      The Ploughman                                                                                                                                    above

      The Poet's Welcome To His Illegitimate Child

     The Pomegranate

     The Pond in a Bowl, Five Poems

      The Prodigal Son

      The Quest

      The Rain Stick

      The Ram's Horn

      The Rebel

      The Same Gesture

      The Second Coming

      The Secret Of Thereness

      The Sedges    (I whispered my great sorrow)

      The Seed Cutters

      The Shadow People

      The Shell                                                                                                                                    above

      The Silkie

      The Skunk

      The Sleep Song Of Grainne Over Dermuid      [translation]

      The Song Of Fionnuala

      The Song of Lies   [Amhrán na mBréag]

      The Song of the Ghost

     The Splendour Falls On Castle Walls

      The Spoonbait

      The Song of the Leanan Sidhe

      The Song of the Old Mother

      The Spell-Struck

      The Sun in the Cradle of Cornfields

      The Standing Army

      The Statue of the Virgin at Granard Speaks

     The Stolen Child

      The Stone of the Tourist

      The Stricken Land    (The Famine Year )

      The Subjection of Women                                                                                                  above

      The Terror of Death

      The Tollund Man

      The Underground

      The Walrus & The Carpenter

      The Watcher

      The Well-Beloved

      The West's Asleep

     The White Goddess

      The Wexford Carol    (aka Enniscorthy Carol)

      The Wild Old Wicked Man        [W. B. Yeats]

     “The Wild Old Wicked Man”    [Archibald MacLeish]

      The Wild Swans at Coole

      The Wind Among The Reeds

      The Woman Of Beare

     They Say the Butterfly is the Hardest Stroke                                                                              above

      They flee from me that sometime did me seek

      This Be The Verse

      Tinker's Wife

      To A Blackbird

      To A Hedgehog

      To A Louse

      To A Mouse

      To An Athlete Dying Young

      To An Aztec Daughter      [traditional, Nahuatl]

      To Anthea, who may command him Anything    (Bid me to live, and I will live)

      To a Squirrel at Kyle-na-no

      To A Wealthy Man

      To Grasp The Nettle

      To His Mistress Going To Bed                                                                                              above

      To Juan at the Winter Solstice

      Tollund Man, The

      To My Dear & Loving Husband

      To My Mother

      As:   Tóraigheacht Dhiarmada agus Ghráinne     [Díarmait's Sleep ]

      To see a World in a Grain of Sand     [From: Auguries of Innocence ]

      To the Lianhaun Shee

     To The River

     Traditions

      Tráigh Gheimhridh

      Trasnú

      Tréide As Dile Lem Fo-Rácbus     [Colum Cille cecinit]

      Trén bhFearann Breac

      Tú Féin is Mé Féin

      Turf

       Twa Wives

 

 above

      Uaighneas

       Ulster Prophesy, An

      Under Ben Bulben

      From:    Under Milkwood    [excerpt]

      Underground, The

      Under Sorrow's Sign    (A Child in Prison)

      Upon A House Shaken By The Land Agitation

 

      View of God & The Devil,  A    [excerpt]

      Venio Ex Oriente

       Verses

      Vertigo

 

 above

      Waking

      Walrus & The Carpenter, The

      Warning

      Warning To Conquerers, A

       Watcher, The

      Weile Weile Waile (Down By The River Saile)

      Well-Beloved, The

      Well, You Needn't

      Western Landscape

      West's Asleep, The

      Wexford Carol, The    (aka Enniscorthy Carol)

     What Tomas An Buile Said In a Pub

      When You Are Old

      'When you left the city you carried...'

     Where Else Would You Get It

     Where Once the Waters of Your Face

     White Goddess, The

      White Rose, A

      Whoever You Are                                                                                                                               above

      Wife to Husband

      Wife Who Smashed Television Gets Jail

      Wild Affair

      Wild Geese

      Wild Nights

       Wild Old Wicked Man, The   [W. B. Yeats]

     “The Wild Old Wicked Man”   [Archibald MacLeish]

      Wild Peace

      Wild Swans at Coole, The

      Will Ye Go, Lassie?

      Wind Among The Reeds, The

      Winter is icumen in   (Ancient Music)

      Witch Margaret

      Woman Of Beare, The

      Wonderful Poppies of Flanders

      Words Of Love

      Wouldn’t I?

      Working Dream

      Wounds

      Written By Somebody on the Window Of An Inn at Stirling

 

      Yeats in Civil War

      Ylang-Ylang

      You, Andrew Marvell

      You Are Old, Father William

      Your Faeries

      Your Own Place

 

      Zugswang


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