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Poems by Rupert Brooke :

A Channel Passage

A Letter to a Live Poet

A Memory (From A Sonnet- Sequence)

Ante Aram

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Choriambics -- I

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Mutability

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One Day

Paralysis

Pine-Trees And The Sky: Evening

Retrospect

Seaside

Second Best

Sleeping Out: Full Moon

Song - All suddenly the wind comes soft

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Sonnet I said I splendidly loved you

Sonnet Not with vain tears

Sonnet Oh! Death will find me

The Beginning

The Busy Heart

The Call

The Charm

The Chilterns

The Fish

The Funeral Of Youth: Threnody

The Goddess In The Wood

The Great Lover

The Hill

The Jolly Company

The Life Beyond

The Old Vicarage, Grantchester

The One Before the Last

The Song of the Beasts

The Song of the Pilgrims

The Treasure

The Voice

The Wayfarers

There's Wisdom In Women

Thoughts On The Shape Of The Human Body

Tiare Tahiti

Town and Country

Unfortunate

Victory

Waikiki

Success

The Night Journey


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1914 I: Peace by Rupert Brooke

1914 II: Safety by Rupert Brooke

1914 III: The Dead by Rupert Brooke

1914 IV: The Dead by Rupert Brooke

1914 V: The Soldier by Rupert Brooke

A Channel Passage by Rupert Brooke

A Letter to a Live Poet by Rupert Brooke

A Memory by Rupert Brooke

A Memory (From A Sonnet- Sequence) by Rupert Brooke

And love has changed to kindliness by Rupert Brooke

Ante Aram by Rupert Brooke

Beauty and Beauty by Rupert Brooke

Blue Evening by Rupert Brooke

Busy Heart, The by Rupert Brooke

Charm, The by Rupert Brooke

Choriambics -- I by Rupert Brooke

Choriambics -- II by Rupert Brooke

Clouds by Rupert Brooke

Dawn by Rupert Brooke

Day And Night by Rupert Brooke

Day That I Have Loved by Rupert Brooke

Dead Men's Love by Rupert Brooke

Dead Mens Love by Rupert Brooke

Desertion by Rupert Brooke

Dining- Room Tea by Rupert Brooke

Dining-Room Tea by Rupert Brooke

Doubts by Rupert Brooke

Dust by Rupert Brooke

Failure by Rupert Brooke

Finding by Rupert Brooke

Flight by Rupert Brooke

Funeral Of Youth, The: Threnody by Rupert Brooke

Goddess In The Wood, The by Rupert Brooke

Hauntings by Rupert Brooke

He Wonders Whether to Praise or Blame Her by Rupert Brooke

He Wonders Whether To Praise Or To Blame Her by Rupert Brooke

Heaven by Rupert Brooke

Home by Rupert Brooke

I Peace by Rupert Brooke

I. Peace by Rupert Brooke

II Safety by Rupert Brooke

II. Safety by Rupert Brooke

III The Dead by Rupert Brooke

III. The Dead by Rupert Brooke

In Examination by Rupert Brooke

IV. The Dead by Rupert Brooke

Jealousy by Rupert Brooke

Kindliness by Rupert Brooke

Libido by Rupert Brooke

Lines Written In The Belief That The Ancient Roman Festival Of The Dead Was Called Ambarvalia by Rupert Brooke

Lines Written In The Belief… by Rupert Brooke

Love by Rupert Brooke

Mary and Gabriel by Rupert Brooke

Menelaus and Helen by Rupert Brooke

Mummia by Rupert Brooke

Mutability by Rupert Brooke

Now, God Be Thanked Who Has Matched Us With His Hour by Rupert Brooke

Oh! Death Will Find Me, Long Before I Tire by Rupert Brooke

On The Death Of Smet-Smet Part 1 by Rupert Brooke

On The Death Of Smet-Smet Part 2 by Rupert Brooke

One Day by Rupert Brooke

Paralysis by Rupert Brooke

Pine-Trees and the Sky: Evening by Rupert Brooke

Retrospect by Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke - Sonnet (Suggested By Some Of The Proceedings Of The Society For Psychical Research ) by Rupert Brooke

Seaside by Rupert Brooke

Second Best by Rupert Brooke

Sleeping Out: Full Moon by Rupert Brooke

Song by Rupert Brooke

Song - All suddenly the wind comes soft by Rupert Brooke

Song - Oh! Love, they said, is King of Kings by Rupert Brooke

Song - Oh! Love,' they said, 'is King of Kings by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet I said I splendidly loved you by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet Not with vain tears by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet Oh! Death will find me by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet Reversed by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet: I said I splendidly loved you; it's not true by Rupert Brooke

Sonnet: Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire by Rupert Brooke

Success by Rupert Brooke

The Beginning by Rupert Brooke

The Busy Heart by Rupert Brooke

The Call by Rupert Brooke

The Charm by Rupert Brooke

The Chilterns by Rupert Brooke

The Dead by Rupert Brooke

The Fish by Rupert Brooke

The Funeral of Youth: Threnody by Rupert Brooke

The Goddess in the Wood by Rupert Brooke

The Great Lover by Rupert Brooke

The Hill by Rupert Brooke

The Jolly Company by Rupert Brooke

The Life Beyond by Rupert Brooke

The Little Dog's Day by Rupert Brooke

The Night Journey by Rupert Brooke

The Old Vicarage, Granchester by Rupert Brooke

The Old Vicarage, Grantchester by Rupert Brooke

The One Before the Last by Rupert Brooke

The Soldier by Rupert Brooke

The Song of the Beasts by Rupert Brooke

The Song of the Pilgrims by Rupert Brooke

The Treasure by Rupert Brooke

The Vision of the Archangels by Rupert Brooke

The Voice by Rupert Brooke

The Way That Lovers Use by Rupert Brooke

The Wayfarers by Rupert Brooke

There's Wisdom In Women by Rupert Brooke

Theres Wisdom In Women by Rupert Brooke

Thoughts On The Shape Of The Human Body by Rupert Brooke

Tiare Tahiti by Rupert Brooke

Town and Country by Rupert Brooke

Unfortunate by Rupert Brooke

Victory by Rupert Brooke

Vision Of The Archangels, The by Rupert Brooke

Wagner by Rupert Brooke

Waikiki by Rupert Brooke

 

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The Chilterns by Rupert Brooke

Your hands, my dear, adorable,
Your lips of tenderness
-- Oh, I've loved you faithfully and well,
Three years, or a bit less.
It wasn't a success.

Thank God, that's done! and I'll take the road,
Quit of my youth and you,
The Roman road to Wendover
By Tring and Lilley Hoo,
As a free man may do.

For youth goes over, the joys that fly,
The tears that follow fast;
And the dirtiest things we do must lie
Forgotten at the last;
Even Love goes past.

What's left behind I shall not find,
The splendour and the pain;
The splash of sun, the shouting wind,
And the brave sting of rain,
I may not meet again.

But the years, that take the best away,
Give something in the end;
And a better friend than love have they,
For none to mar or mend,
That have themselves to friend.

I shall desire and I shall find
The best of my desires;
The autumn road, the mellow wind
That soothes the darkening shires.
And laughter, and inn-fires.

White mist about the black hedgerows,
The slumbering Midland plain,
The silence where the clover grows,
And the dead leaves in the lane,
Certainly, these remain.

And I shall find some girl perhaps,
And a better one than you,
With eyes as wise, but kindlier,
And lips as soft, but true.
And I daresay she will do.