Poetry of Kansas


Poetry and Poets of Kansas

Edited by Thomas W. Herringshaw
(Chicago: American Publishers' Association. 1894)

Contents

  35 "Miriam and I", Mrs Laura E. Newell, Zeandale
  39 "The Angel Of My Dreams", Nathan M. Dimon, Jr.
  40 "In Memory Of Dr. L. J. Warren", Nathan M. Dimon, Jr.
  43 "Stop And Think", Benjamin J. Gunn, Coalville
  44 "A Scene Of Death", Benjamin J. Gunn, Coalville
  45 "Oddfellowship", Benjamin J. Gunn, Coalville
  49 "The Answer", John Sinclair, Independence
  49 "The Old Tramp", John Sinclair, Independence
  53 "The End Of Time", James S. Jennings, Wichita
  54 "False Words", James S. Jennings, Wichita
  55 "The Sunlight Of The Soul", James S. Jennings, Wichita
  56 "Work Of Life", James S. Jennings, Wichita
  57 "The Vanities of Life", James S. Jennings, Wichita
  61 "The Catbird's Song", John G. Ellenbecker, Marysville
  62 "Song Of The Seven Falls", John G. Ellenbecker, Marysville
  62 "Come With Me To The Mountain", John G. Ellenbecker, Marysville
  63 "A May Ideal", Mrs. Laura Hughes, Great Bend
  64 "Baby's Letter", Mrs. Laura Hughes, Great Bend
  67 "Sunflower Fields", Elva May Root, Atchinson
  69 "The Month of Roses", Elva May Root, Atchinson
  71 "Death On The Conemaugh", Courtland S. White, Halstead
  73 "The Spirit Of Freedom", Courtland S. White, Halstead
  75 "Time Never Ending", Mrs. Jane Sanger, Fort Scott
  79 "My Loved Ones Come Not To My Call", Mrs Susan C. Keefe, Oswego
  80 "Trust And Hope", Mrs Susan C. Keefe, Oswego
  81 "Never Give Up", Mrs Susan C. Keefe, Oswego
  82 "Duty's Presence", Mrs Susan C. Keefe, Oswego
  85 "The First House", Kittie E. Squier, Beloit
  87 "The Prairie Flowers Of Kansas", Kittie E. Squier, Beloit
  89 "Cupid", John P. Campbell, Abilene
  89 "Alice In The Rain", John P. Campbell, Abilene
  92 "Hamlin's Old Grist Mill", John P. Campbell, Abilene
  93 "Thermopyla", Charles Pratt Judd, Hoxie
  94 "The Sacredness Of Love", Charles Pratt Judd, Hoxie
  94 "Patriotic Apostrophe To The American Flag", Charles Pratt Judd, Hoxie
  97 "A Daily Prayer For Thirsty Souls", Chester E. Pond, Topeka
  98 "Apostrophe To Niagra", Chester E. Pond, Topeka
103 "The Seasons", Mary A. Cogan, Chapman
105 "Beyond The Sea", Mary A. Cogan, Chapman
107 "Oh, For A Breeze From Kansas", Frank A. Keefover, Waterville
108 "In Kansas, Out On The Wagon Trail", Frank A. Keefover, Waterville
109 "The Hat My Mother Wore", Frank A. Keefover, Waterville
110 "Reveries", Frank A. Keefover, Waterville
112 "It Never Has Been", Jessie Adeline Cole,
115 "The Little Things", Mrs. Hattie L. Knapp, Fort Scott
116 "Chrysanthemum", Mrs. Hattie L. Knapp, Fort Scott
117 "A Day With Nature", Mrs. Hattie L. Knapp, Fort Scott
118 "A Pair of Valentines", Mrs. Hattie L. Knapp, Fort Scott
121 "Ah, Why Not We", Colfax B. Harmon, Emporia
122 "My Pastime", Colfax B. Harmon, Emporia
125 "New Year Thoughts", Julius H. Stewart, Goodland
133 "The Old Fire-Place", Rev. John S. Mohler, Morrill
134 "Moral", Rev. John S. Mohler, Morrill
135 "Nature's Charms", Earnest P. Ballard,
136 "Gramma", Bertha C. Archer, Smith Center
139 "Our Advice To Others", Charles M. Noell, Patmos
140 "To My Mother", Charles M. Noell, Patmos
143 "A Love Song", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
144 "The Lonely Rose-Tree", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
145 "Sympathy", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
146 "An Authumn Fancy", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
146 "A Reverie", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
147 "Life's Pilgrimage", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
147 "Night", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
148 "Homesick", Mrs. Ella Goodwin, Ludell
151 "The Old Story", Lorrin C. Rogers
153 "Give The Girls a Chance", Mrs. Rosa M. Austin, Reno County
154 "A Kansas June", Bur Conley, Iola
157 "Woman's Devotion", Joseph Wolverton, Effingham
161 "The American Star", Benjamin F. Morland, Wichita
163 "Evening Song", Benjamin F. Morland, Wichita
164 "Our Fallen Comrades", Benjamin F. Morland, Wichita
165 "A Cheerless Hour", Arline Crocker, Melvern
166 "Home Complete", Arline Crocker, Melvern
169 "To My Wife", Aaron Southwich, Riley
170 "Evening Scenes", Aaron Southwich, Riley
171 "Moon-Flowers", Mrs Amanda Witter
172 "My Little Sisters", Mrs Amanda Witter
175 "New Year", Edmund C. Clark, Hutchinson
177 "They Will Find That It's Not All A Dream", Samuel C. Bradfield
179 "Thy Will Be Done", J. J. Corbett, Salina
180 "Lines To Love", J. J. Corbett, Salina
181 "The Waterfall", J. J. Corbett, Salina
183 "Our Future", Mrs. R. E. Ricketts, Byron
183 "Memoriam", Mrs. R. E. Ricketts, Byron
183 "Our Cyclone", Mrs. R. E. Ricketts, Byron
187 "Tribute To a Friend", Richard S. Dunbar, Farlington
188 "Fall In Line, Comrades", Richard S. Dunbar, Farlington
189 "Western Hospitality", Richard S. Dunbar, Farlington
190 "Extract", Richard S. Dunbar, Farlington
193 "A Love Song At Midnight", Miss DeKonza
193 "The Lion And The Lamb", Miss DeKonza
195 "Kansas", Mrs G. M. Hoad, Lecompton
197 "Love And Life Eternal", Solomon L. Long
200 "To Dr. J. B. Carver And His Bride", W. D. Blatchley, Fort Scott
201 "Ninety-First Psalm", Clara Williams, Herington
202 "Till We Meet Again", Clara Williams, Herington
202 "In Memoriam", Clara Williams, Herington
205 "The Lost Bridal Ring", Mrs. Mary W. Miller, Baxter Springs
206 "Do They Miss Me At Home", Mrs. Mary W. Miller, Baxter Springs
207 "Married Thiry Years", Mrs. Adelia Gustine, Grant
208 "A Kansas Shower", Minnie Adell Gustine, Grant
211 "To My Sister", Hudson A. Mathews, Spring Hill
212 "Memoriam", Mrs. J. A. Meldrum, Cedarvale
215 "Eurydice", Leroy Titus Meeks, Osborne
218 "Lost Mountain", Arthur W. Rumsey, Kiowa
219 "Christmas Thoughts", Mrs D. Weatherby, LeRoy
220 "Kansas Anniversary Hymn", Mrs D. Weatherby, LeRoy
223 "The Golden Wedding", W. L. Robison, Hill City
223 "Album Verse To Lily", W. L. Robison, Hill City
229 "To Mother", Dr W. S. Franklin, Wall Street
230 "Grinnell Cyclone", Dr. W. S. Franklin, Wall Street
233 "In Memory", Robert H. Kane, Abilene
234 "The Music Of The Ocean", Robert H. Kane, Abilene
235 "Letting Down The Bars", Mrs. Wilhelmina Gray, Eudora
236 "The Destruction of The Ohio State Lunatic Asylum", John Garaghty, Frontenac
241 "Company "C"", Edward J. Donnell, Stockton
244 "Harvest", Edward J. Donnell, Stockton
244 "Land of the Blest", Jefferson Boicort, Girard
247 "Farewell To Oread", S. P. Ridings, Caldwell
249 "The Strippers's Ride", S. P. Ridings, Caldwell
251 "A Picture", Mrs. Nancy Beauchamp Jones, Baxter Springs
253 "The Working Man", Emery T. Burfield, Cherryvale
254 "Christmas Day", E.P. Hayden, Scammon
255 "To My Brother and Sister", Loretta Young, Hutchinson
257 "An Ode To Kansas", Loretta Young, Hutchinson
259 "Spirit Spring -- A Legend", Simon Edmond True, Osawka
261 "To The Glass and Scythe", Phillip Keener, Scammon
263 "All's Not Gold That Glitters", Phillip Keener, Scammon
265 "The Old Year", Mrs Mary Stevenson, Varck
266 "The Dumb Old Clock", Mrs Mary Stevenson, Varck
269 "Temperance Poem", Mrs Ida R. Simkins, Hutchinson
271 "The Sage's Good Advice", John Mitchell, Carlton
273 "Eternity", Samuel H. Smith, Baxter Springs
277 "The Death Ride", Mrs Sue E. Beckwith, Wichita
279 "Lines on the Sunflower State", Mrs. Nettie Havland, Horton
280 "Mother's Love", Mrs. Nettie Havland, Horton
280 "Extract", Mrs. Nettie Havland, Horton
283 "Remember the Poor", Mrs. Annie Dumenil, Pratt
284 "Old Homestead", Mrs. Annie Dumenil, Pratt
285 "This Kansas Land", W. B. Mellenbruch, Carson
287 "The Old Homestead", Mrs Alice B. Auhl, Hiawatha
291 "The Beautiful Prairie", Ida May Barnes,
295 "Out of the Depths", James M. Cavaness, Chetopa
297 "What Are the Winds Saying", James M. Cavaness, Chetopa
299 "Sad Fate", John T. Vanderlip, Carbondale
300 "Courtship", John T. Vanderlip, Carbondale
301 "The Glory of Man", Emory W. Justus, Topeka
303 "A Country School Teacher", Mrs. Edith Thorne, Pleasanton
305 "Remorse", Mrs. Edith Thorne, Pleasanton
306 "The Brakeman's Story", Mrs. Edith Thorne, Pleasanton
307 "And Still I Sing", Julius M. Turner, El Dorado
308 "There Is Music", Julius M. Turner, El Dorado
309 "Discipline", Mrs. Frances Allen,
310 "The Chinese Sacred Lily", Mrs. Frances Allen,
311 "Soldier's Reveries", James Wilkinson, Seneca
312 "June", James Wilkinson, Seneca
313 "A Tribute", Nellie M. Hummel,
315 "The Chigger", Felix Syles O'Flyng, Elsmore
317 "Make Me A Child Tonight", Mrs Mima L. Rogers, Harper
318 "The Tramp of Death", Mrs. Mima L. Rogers, Harper
319 "A Book", Mrs. Hattie Gullet, Morantown
323 "The End of Our Pen", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
324 "The Message Of The Liberty Bell", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
325 "Sun and Shower", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
326 "Disappointment", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
327 "Be Not Weary In Well Doing", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
327 "A Wish", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
328 "Spring", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
328 "Blow, Blow, Wild Winds", Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Hutchinson
329 "Death", Jasper C. Wasson, Fort Scott
330 "Ashore Or Adrift", Jasper C. Wasson, Fort Scott
330 "Retropsection", Jasper C. Wasson, Fort Scott
332 "Decoration Day", Frederick B. Hill, Lecompton
334 "Home In Old Missouri", Elba E. Wright, Great Bend

Poets and Poetry of Kansas
Edited by Thomas W. Herringshaw
(Chicago: American Publishers' Association. 1894)
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