West-Running Brook

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First edition

West Running Brook is a book of poetry by Robert Frost, published by Henry Holt and Co. in 1928, and containing woodcuts by J. J. Lankes.

Contents[edit]

  • "Spring Pools"
  • "The Freedom of the Moon"
  • "The Rose Family"
  • "Fireflies in the Garden"
  • "Atmosphere"
  • "Devotion"
  • "On Going Unnoticed"
  • "The Cocoon"
  • "A Passing Glimpse"
  • "A Peck of Gold"
  • "Acceptance"
  • "Once by the Pacific"
  • "Lodged"
  • "A Minor Bird"
  • "Bereft"
  • "Tree at My Window"
  • "The Peaceful Shepherd"
  • "The Thatch"
  • "A Winter Eden"
  • "The Flood"
  • "Acquainted with the Night"
  • "The Lovely Shall Be Choosers"
  • "West-Running Brook"
  • "Sand Dunes"
  • "Canis Major"
  • "A Soldier"
  • "Immigrants"
  • "Hannibal"
  • "The Flower Boat"
  • "The Times Table"
  • "The Investment"
  • "The Last Mowing"
  • "The Birthplace"
  • "The Door in the Dark"
  • "Dust in the Eyes"
  • "Sitting by a Bush in Broad Sunlight"
  • "The Armful"
  • "What Fifty Said"
  • "Riders"
  • "On Looking Up by Chance at the Constellations"
  • "The Bear"
  • "The Egg and the Machine"

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ - contents verified in scanned copy of contents pages of Robert Frost: Collected Poems, Prose, and Plays(Library of America, 1995)