Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets
1900-1930


 



P O E M S

GRAVE AND GAY


BY

ALBERT E. S. SMYTHE



TORONTO:
IMRIE & GRAHAM,
26 & 28 COLBORNE ST.

1891.


 


 

C O N T E N T S.

AUTHOR’S NOTE

MISCELLANEOUS.

FLOWERS
ROSES
SONG OF A WORKER
AN OLD CASTLE
LOUGH SWILLY
NIGHT IN MAY
IN JUNE
RONDEAU
MARION
WORDS BY THE WAY
BALLADE
MAUD
JANUARY VIOLETS
BIRTHDAY TRIOLETS
MARY STUART
MY WITCH-WOOD QUEEN
LILIES:—
THE CALLA LILY
THE TIGER LILY
THE WATER LILY
THE LILY OF THE VALLEY
WAITING
THE OLD WALTZ
EVA
LOVE LANE
LIFE’S FAIRY TALE
ASPIRATIONS
DARK EYES
LOVE’S CONFIDENCE
BETROTHAL
MARRIAGE MORNING
AMY
OUR MAY QUEEN
DREAM SONG
DREAMS
COUPLETS
KISSES
WHO REMEMBERS?
SEASONS
BREEZE AND BLOSSOM
A FORSAKEN NEST
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
EVANGELINE
MY LADY COQUETTE
THE CASHIER
TRIBUTARY
A HAWTHORN BLOSSOM
MAY BLOSSOMS
ODD AND EVEN
THE FIRST WORD
BOB AND THE STARS
PAUPER AND PUP
THE SPECTRE
LILIES OF THE NIGHT
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A GREETING
IN THE TWILIGHT

ELEGIACS.

DEDICATORY
THE ROSE
ONE
HER GRAVE
EDITH’S GRAVE
FADING
JESSIE
“GOODBYE, MY WIFE”
PRIMROSE DAY
IN MEMORIAM.—LEOPOLD

SONNETS.

THE FORGOTTEN POET
TO A LADY
EDITH
LOVE BEREAVED
DEATH, THE REVEALER
AN APPEAL
TO HER WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
THE LUNAR RAINBOW
EVENING LARK SONG
AN ACTRESS
A PUBLIC READER
OF AGE AND LOVE
A FACE AND A FANCY
IN THE NIGHT WATCH
THE SLAUGHTER OF AGAG
IN RECOGNITION
TO CERTAIN MERCHANTS IN TORONTO
A CITY MINSTREL’S MUSIC
A BONNET

HUMOROUS.

SPARROWS
KATE BERRY
IN LODGINGS
LADY MYRTLE DANCED A WALTZ
AN EMPTY PROGRAMME
CUPID AND CUPIDITY
TRIOLET
A CHRISTMAS CARD
BABY NEW YEAR
A JANUARY THAW
VALENTINE
FATE, THE MILKMAN
EYE WISDOM
ONE OF THE LEFT
TO BEAUTY ASLEEP AMONG LILIES

PEANUT BALLADS.

I. THE PEANUT STAND
II. THE PEANUT WEDDING
III. A PEANUT LEGEND
IV. PEANUT MEMORIES
V. A PEANUT ROMANCE