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The Poetry of Louisa May Alcott by Louisa May Alcott

This unique anthology collects more than 100 poems by Louisa May Alcott, drawn from works published over the course of her career. One of the only published collections of her poetry, it provides invaluable insights into a lesser known part of Louisa May Alcott's literary life.

ABOUT THE SERIES: Arcturus Great Poets Library brings together moving and inspiring verse from some of the greatest poets in history, presented with beautiful new cover designs with graphic motifs.

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About Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott was an American novelist and poet (1832-1888). She is most famous for her novel Little Women. She was an outspoken abolitionist and served as a nurse during the American Civil War.

Table of Contents

Sleep, Little Seed
Fairy Song
Flowers, Dear Flowers, Farewell!
Brighter Shone the Golden Shadows
Hither, Hither
I Slept, and Dreamed that Life was Beauty
An Advertisement
"The Rose Family" Song I
"The Rose Family" Song II
Cold Winds May Blow
I Wish I Had a Quiet Tomb
Brindle and Bess
A Song for a Christmas Tree
In the Garret
My Pretty Little Mermaid
Hebe Poured the Nectar Forth
An Autumn Song
Mary's Dream
Oh My Heart is Sad and Weary
Oh, Have You E'er Heard of Kate Kearney
But I'll Be Contented
Oh, Peggy Was a Jolly Lass
Here Lies the Bravest Cock that Ever Crew
A. B. A
A Song from the Suds
And if Your Nancy Frowns, My Lad
The Needle's Eye No One Can Pass
Fairy Firefly
A Little Grey Curl
Beds to the Front of Them
Bide a Wee
Fragments from 'The Mysterious Key,
and What It Opened'French Song
Fragments from Under the Lilacs
From Our Happy Home
The Patient Drop
I Write About the Butterfly
Summer Days are Over
Little Shadows, Little Shadows
Swallow, Swallow, Neighbor Swallow
Give Me a Freshening Breeze, My Boys
He Prayeth Best Who Loveth Best
Goldfin and Silvertail
Sweet are the Flowers of Life
Faded Flowers
Through Sunshine and Shower
To the First Robin
The Blessed Day
Oh, Lay Her in a Little Pit
The Nautilus
Softly Doth the Sun Descend
What Shall Little Children Bring
To Anna
Where is Bennie?
Little Paul
Philosophers Sit in their Sylvan Hall
To Conduce to My Own Parents' Good
My Beth
Oh, the Beautiful Old Story
To Mother
Peep! Peep! Peep!
A Lament for S. B. Pat Paw
Morning Song of the Bees
Bright Shines the Summer Sun
"I Shine," Says the Sun
With a Rose
Merry Christmas
My Prayer
Go up Higher
Song of the Sea-Shell
Have No Fear
Up, Up, Little Maid
My Kingdom
What Polly Found in Her Stocking
Our Little Ghost
The Lay of a Golden Goose
The Rock and the Bubble
Welcome, Mighty Chief, Once More
When It Comes Night
Stormy Winter's Come at Last
March, March, Mothers and Grand-mammas!
Thoreau's Flute
Sweet! Sweet!
Daisy and Wee
To My Lady
Little Nell
My Doves
Sweet, Sweet Days Are Passing
Sweetest of Maidens, Oh, How Can I Tell
Tell the Dear Old Body
Dear Grif
Here's a Nut
Rock a Bye, Babies
Work, Neighbour, Work!
To J. M. B.
The Children's Song
To One Who Teaches Me
Hello! Hello!
The Mother Moon
The Sanitary Fair
Song of the Queer Green Frog
Chingery Wangery Chan
Welcome, Maids of Honor
Quee, Quee!
The Idle Wind
To Papa
The Blind Lark's Song
O Lion, Grand
Nearer to Thee
The Downward Road
Rosy, My Dear
Splash, Dash!
The Flower's Lesson
They Come at My Call
The Water Spirits
Don't Drive Me Away
Slip Away with Me
To My Father, On His Eighty-Sixth Birthday
They Saw Again the Crocus Bloom
The Jungfrau to Beth
Now Hark, Little May
Here Is the Bracelet
Who Is the Fairest that Swims in Our River?
Not a Sparrow Falleth
The Prophecy
A Little Kettle
A Wail Uttered in the Woman's Club
The Wild Birds Sing in the Orange Groves
On This You Scratch
Within Doth Lie
Dear Madam, with Respect

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The Poetry of Louisa May Alcott by Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott
Arcturus Great Poets Library
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