Florence Earle Coates Guide-Book/S
Sappho. Atlantic Monthly v. 65 no. 388 p. 192 (February 1890); 1898 p. 7; 1916 v. 2 p. 12. Punctuation, indentation, and stanza break differences between versions.
As a wan weaver in an attic dim,
So when upon our earth-dulled ear new breaks
The deathless Beautiful draws strangely nigh,
—— drudge for sordid joys that die.—[Atlantic Monthly.]
A Seeker in the Night
"The Sense of Tears in Mortal Things"
She will not hear
The Singer (He came to us with dreams to sell—) (same as A Traveller from Altruria, 1909)
The Smile of Reims
"So War has Begun"
So you love me
Song. ("For me the jasmine buds unfold") Harper's Weekly v. 35 no. 1783 (21 February 1891); 1898 p. 11; 1916 v. 1 p. 237.
For me the jasmine buds unfold
I love, and thoughts that sometime grieved,
Song: "Friendship from its Moorings Strays"
Song: "Her Cheek is Like a Tinted Rose"
Song: "If Love Were But a Little Thing"
Song: "If Love Were Not, the Wilding Rose"
Song: "Love never is too late" (see Love never is Too Late)
Song: "My Love is Fairer than the Tasselled Corn"
Song: "The New-Born Leaves Unfolding Fast"
Song: "Sweet is the Birth of Love"
Song of Life
The song that is forgot
Stanza: "The Voices of All Waters"
The Summer-Time is in the Rose