Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets
1900-1930


 

 

Morning in the West

A BOOK OF VERSE



By

KATHERINE HALE
(Mrs. John Garvin)

 



THE RYERSON PRESS
TORONTO*



 

CONTENTS

[Dedication]


CUN-NE-WA-BUM
  BALLAD OF JASPER ROAD
  BUFFALO MEAT
  RETURN OF THE TRAPPERS
  AN OLD LADY
  SPANISH PILOTS
 
ENCHANTMENT
  SHE WHO PADDLES
  DOWN NEAR THE GLEN
  THE BOLSHEVIK
  PAVLOWA DANCING
  CALVÉ IN BLUE
  SIGN TO TRESPASSERS
  SILVER SLIPPERS
  A FABULOUS DAY
  CHRISTMAS EVE
  TO MARJORIE PICKTHALL
  I WHO CUT PATTERNS
  POETESSES
 
GOING NORTH
  STUDY IN SHADOWS
  NORTHERN GRAVEYARDS
  STONY LAKE
  TRADE
  SNAKE ISLAND
  JUNIPER RING
  WHITE SLUMBER
  CRIMSON POOL

MIRACLES

 


* On the front endleaf [r] page of the copy of this text available at the D.B. Weldon Library at the University of Western Ontario, there is an inscription by the author written in ink:

To
Dr. Charles Harriss
With sincere appreciation
        from
        Katherine Hale

Toronto
1926. [back]