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Thomas Hardy
Editor's Selection of Poems





Then and Now
We are Getting to the End
An Appeal to America on Behalf of the Belgian Destitute
A Call to National Service
England to Germany in 1914
Men Who March Away
Often When Warring
On the Belgian Expatriation
And There was a Great Calm
In Vision I Roamed
Middle-Age Enthusiasms
To A Lady
Offended by a Book of the Writer's
Her Death And After
The Darkling Thrush
The Voice
He Never Expected Much
During Wind and Rain
A Confession To A Friend in Trouble
A Meeting With Despair
A Sign-Seeker
Additions
Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave?
Amabel
At A Bridal
At An Inn
Ditty
Friends Beyond
God's Funeral
Hap
Heiress And Architect
Her Dilemma
Her Immortality
Her Initals
I Look Into My Glass
In A Eweleaze Near Weatherbury
In a Wood
Leipzig
Lines
My Cicely
Nature's Questioning
Neutral Tones
Postponement
Revulsion
San Sebastian
She At His Funeral
She, To Him I
She, To Him II
She, To Him III
She, To Him IV
The Alarm
The Burghers
The Casterbridge Captains
The Convergence Of The Twain
The Impercipient
The Ivy-Wife
The Man He Killed
The Oxen
The Peasant's Confession
The Sergeant's Song
The Slow Nature
The Stranger's Song
The Temporary The All
The Two Men
Thought Of Ph---a At News Of Her Death
To An Orphan Child
To Outer Nature
Unknowing
Valenciennes
Personae

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