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Songs of Travel and Other Verses
by Robert Louis Stevenson
- I. THE VAGABOND - Give to me the life I love
- II. YOUTH AND LOVE: I. - Once only by the garden gate
- III. YOUTH AND LOVE: II. - To the heart of youth the world is a highwayside
- IV. In dreams, unhappy, I behold you stand
- V. She rested by the Broken Brook
- VI. The infinite shining heavens
- VII. Plain as the glistering planets shine
- VIII. To you, let snows and roses
- IX. Let Beauty awake in the morn from beautiful dreams
- X. I know not how it is with you
- XI. I will make you brooches and toys for your delight
- XII. WE HAVE LOVED OF YORE - Berried brake and reedy island
- XIII. MATTER TRIUMPHANS - Son of my woman's body, you go, to the drum and fife
- XIV. Bright is the ring of words
- XV. In the highlands, in the country places
- XVI. Home no more home to me, wither must I wander?
- XVII. WINTER - In rigorous hours, when down the iron lane
- XVIII. The stormy evening closes now in vain
- XIX. TO DR. HAKE - In the beloved hour that ushers day
- XX. TO - I knew thee strong and quiet like the hills
- XXI. The morning drum-call on my eager ear
- XXII. I have trod the upward and downward slope
- XXIII. He hears with gladdened heart the thunder
- XXIV. Farewell, fair day and fading light!
- XXV. IF THIS WERE FAITH - God, if this were enough
- XXVI. MY WIFE - Trusty, dusky, vivid, true
- XXVII. TO THE MUSE - Resign the rhapsody, the dream
- XXVIII. TO AN ISLAND PRINCESS - Since long ago, a child at home
- XXIX. TO KALAKAUA - The Sliver Ship, my King - that was her name
- XXX. TO PRINCESS KAIULANI - Forth form her land to mine she goes
- XXXI. TO MOTHER MARYANNE - To see the infinite pity of this place
- XXXII. IN MEMORIAM E. H. - I knew a silver head was bright beyond compare
- XXXIII. TO MY WIFE - Long must elapse ere you behold again
- XXXIV. TO MY OLD FAMILIARS - Do you remember - can we e'er forget?
- XXXV. The tropics vanish, and meseems that I
- XXXVI. TO S. C. - I heard the pulse of the besieging sea
- XXXVII. THE HOUSE OF TEMBINOKA - Let us, who part like brothers, part like bards
- XXXVIII. THE WOODMAN - In all the grove, not stream nor bird
- XXXIX. TROPIC RAIN - As the single pang of the blow, when the metal is mingled well
- XL. AN END OF TRAVEL - Let now your soul in this substantial world
- XLI. We uncommiserate pass into the night
- XLII. Sing me a song of a lad that is gone
- XLIII. TO S. R. CROCKETT - Blows the wind to-day, and the sun and rain are flying
- XLIV. EVENSONG - The embers of the day are red
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