Kansas Rhymes - Poetry by Frederick Atwood Poetry of Kansas

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Kansas Rhymes
Frederick Atwood
(Topeka: Crane & Co. 1902)

Kansas Rhymes:
  9   Kansas
11   The Growing Corn
12   The Hot Winds
13   The Breaking of the Drought
13   In June
14   After Next Year's Crop
16   Come to Kansas
18   Raising Cane
22   To the Dandelion
A Bunch Of Sonnets
27   A Love-Letter
28   Antipodes
29   Life and Death
30   The Awakening
31   To an Easter Lily
32   "Not Peace, but a Sword,"
33   A Birthday Greeting
34   Henry George
35   Columbia--1898
36   A Tribute to H. B.
37   Love
Other Lyrics:
41   A Hymn of Thanksgiving
43   The Song of the Scythe
45   Bomoseen
48   A Fireside Song
50   The Years
52   A Stumbling-Block
53   A Hymn
54   To a Friend
55   Cuba Libre
57   A Slumber-Song
58   "I Would Be Brave,"
60   "What Lack I Yet?"
62   "He Shall be Called,"
63   "Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken,"
65   Thanksgiving Day
68   Lines Read at an Alumni Meeting
75   The Man Who Will Fight
76   To Mrs E. C.
78   To Mrs B. -- An Acknowledgment
79   An Acrostic
79   To My Wife -- An Apology
80   With A Christmas Gift
Trifles
83   With a Copy of La Fontaine's Fables
84   With one of Bill Nye's Books
85   With a Copy of Ouida's "A Dog of Flanders"
86   Ian Maclaren
86   Whitehall
89   "I Went a-Fishing,"
90   Biadohed
93   A Ballad
 

Kansas Rhymes
Frederick Atwood
(Topeka: Crane & Co. 1902)
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