A pocketful of poems : vintage verse / [compiled by] David Madden.

Fort Worth : Harcourt Brace College Publishers, c1996.
132 p. ; 24 cm.
American poetry.
English poetry.
Dover beach
Dover beach, annotated / Matthew Arnold
Western wind
Bonny Barbara Allan
Sir Patrick Spence / Anonymous
You fit into me / Margaret Atwood
Musee des Beaux Arts / W.H. Auden
The fish / Elizabeth Bishop
The Tyger
The lamb
The sick rose / William Blake
To my dear and loving husband / Anne Bradstreet
We real cool
The bean eaters / Gwendolyn Brooks
How do I love thee? / Elizabeth Barrett Browning
My last Duchess / Robert Browning
Oh, my love is like a red, red rose / Robert Burns
She walks in beauty / George Gordon, Lord Byron
There is a garden in her face / Thomas Campion
Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll
homage to my hips / Lucille Clifton
Kubla Khan / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Proem : to Brooklyn Bridge / Hart Crane
For a lady I know / Countee Cullen
in Just

Buffalo Bill's / e. e. cummings
Because I could not stop for death
I heard a fly buzz
when I died
I taste a liquor never brewed
I like to see it lap the miles / Emily Dickinson
Batter my heart, three-personed God
Death be not proud / John Donne
Daystar / Rita Dove.
Since there's no help / Michael Drayton
Journey of the Magi
Love song of J. Alfred Prufrock / T.S. Eliot
The colonel / Carolyn Forche
The road not taken
Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening
Mending wall
Acquainted with the night / Robert Frost
Sudden journey / Tess Gallagher
Nikki-Rosa / Nikki Giovanni
A supermarket in California / Allen Ginsberg
Channel firing
The convergence of the twain / Thomas Hardy
Those winter Sundays / Robert Hayden
Digging / Seamus Heaney
Easter wings / George Herbert
Delight in disorder
To the virgins, to make much of time / Robert Herrick
God's grandeur
Pied beauty / Gerard Manley Hopkins
To an athlete dying young / A.E. Housman
Dream deferred
Negro / Langston Hughes
The death of the ball turret gunner / Randall Jarrell
On my first son
To Celia / Ben Jonson
On the death of friends in childhood / Donald Justice.
Ode on a Grecian urn
Ode to a nightingale
On first looking into Chapman's Homer
To autumn / John Keats
Blackberry aating / Galway Kinnell
Woodchucks / Maxine Kumin
What were they like? / Denise Levertov
Skunk hour / Robert Lowell
Ars poetica / Archibald MacLeish
The passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe
To his coy mistress / Andrew Marvell
What lips my lips have kissed / Edna St. Vincent Millay
When I consider how my light is spent / John Milton
Poetry / Marianne Moore
Life cycle of common man / Howard Nemerov
The one girl at the boys party
Sex without love
The victims / Sharon Olds
Dulce et Decorum Est / Wilfred Owen
Marks / Linda Pastan
One perfect rose / Dorothy Parker
The secretary chant / Marge Piercy
Daddy / Sylvia Plath
The raven / Edgar Allan Poe
Epigram. Engraved on the collar of a dog which I gave to his Royal Highness / Alexander Pope
The river-merchant's wife: a letter
In a station of the Metro / Ezra Pound
Ballad of Birmingham / Dudley Randall
Bells for John Whiteside's daughter / John Crowe Ransom
Naming of parts / Henry Reed
Living in sin
Aunt Jennifer's tigers
Diving into the wreck / Adrienne Rich
Mr. Flood's party
Richard Cory / Edwin Arllington Robinson
My papa's waltz
I knew a woman / Theodore Roethke
Uphill / Christina Rossetti.
Her kind / Anne Sexton
My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Not marble nor the gilded monuments
When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes / William Shakespeare
Ozmandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley
Where mountain lion lay down with deer / Leslie Marmon Silko
Lost sister / Cathy Song
Traveling through the dark / William Stafford
The emperor of ice-cream / Wallace Stevens
A description of the morning / Jonathan Swift
Ulysses / Lord Alfred Tennyson
Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas
Reapers / Jean Toomer
Go, lovely rose / Edmund Waller
A noiseless patient spider
Cavalry crossing a ford
When I heard the learn'd astronomer / Walt Whitman
Love calls us to the things of this world / Richard Wilbur
The red wheelbarrow
The dance / Walt Whitman
Love calls us to the things of this world / Richard Wilbur
The red wheelbarrow
The dance / William Carlos Williams
The world is too much with us
I wandered lonely as a cloud / William Wordsworth
A blessing / James Wright
Leda and the swan
Sailing to Byzantium
The second coming / William Butler Yeats.
Penn Provenance:
Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Madden, David, 1933-
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