The Last Robin
Lyrics and Sonnets


by Ethelwyn Wetherald

© Toronto: William Briggs, 1907.


 

LYRICS—
  The Last Robin
  The Screech-owl
  The Fire-weed
  As Leaves in the Stream
  Falling Leaves
  A Fairer Art
  My Orders
  Pluck
  One Day of Ecstasy
  A Wish
  The Birds’Hour
  The Door of Spring
  Green Beginnings
  In Earliest Spring
  April in the City
  The Heart of Spring
  A Summer Sleeping-room
  Alone in the Wood
  The Wild Columbine
  Her Plea
  Enchantment
  If You Love Me
  The Branch to the Bird
  When It’s Time for Leaves to Fly
  Mated
  The Rose in the Heart
  The Hut by the Sea
  Mother and Child
  The Unforgotten Grave
  Youth and Age
  Every Common Day
  The Old Home
  Your Face
  Crosses and Kisses
  A Canty Thought
  Tree Memories
  The Crowning Satire
  To the Wistaria
  The Red-winged Blackbird
  Reticence
  Lost
  The Heart and the Cross
  Fate and Freewill
  No Escape
  Under the Arches
  What Love Remembers
  Irony
  Do You Remember?
  Alone
  The White Moth
  Come, O Spring!
  Leafless April
  April Buds
  In April
  Apple Blossoms
  The First Bluebird
  The Indigo Bird
  In Summer Rain
  The Sunflowers
  A Rainy Morning
  The Woodside Way
  In the Grass
  The Rain
  In June
  Among the Leaves
  The Visitors
  A Slow Rain
  The Sun in the Woods
  The House of the Trees
  The Hay Field
  The Humming-bird
  Fall and Spring
  The Song Sparrow’s Nest
  Flower and Flame
  The Pasture Field
  Twilight
  The Failure
  Self-righteousness
  His Turn
  The Plowman
  Legacies
  The White Gifts
  Boating by Starlight
  At Dusk
  The Fisherman
  Stars and Flowers
  An Old Influence
  The Little Noon
  Separation
  Poverty’s Lot
  Earth’s Angels
  News of Life
  The School of Pain
  Unheard Criticism
  Reminder
  My Guardian Angel
  The World Well Lost
  The Wild Jessamine
  Beginning and End
  Come Back Again
  At the Window
  At Dawn
  Responsiveness
  Bitter-sweet
  The Bride of Death
  Pity Me Not
  Work
  A Line from Emerson
  The Fields of Dark
  Green Boughs of Home
  Earth’s Silences
  If One Might Live
  Unheard Niagaras
  Home
  Limitlessness
  Unspoken
  Under the King
  Strength
  The Old Home
  The Deserted House
  The Twins
  The Blind Man
  A Midday in Midsummer
  The Roads of Old
  September
  The Wind Spirit
  The Wind of Death
  The Prayer of the Year
  Dead Leaves
  A Winter Picture
  The Chickadee
  The Patient Earth

SONNETS—
  The Larger Love
  The Climbing Trees
  The One Face
  Comrades First
  The Prairie
  Absence
  Youth in Age
  Minnehaha
  The Red Rose
  Point Defiance Park
  There is a Solitude
  The Followers
  Each to Her Own
  At Waking
  Out-door Air
  In the Crowd
  The Snow-fall
  Love’s Phases
  Good-bye
  Telepathy
  At Parting
  In a Dark Hour
  Words
  Tangled in Stars
  In August
  October
  Winter
  To February
  The Silent Snow