(1. Prometheus Revinctus; 2. Spring,
1917; 3. Poems like “What evil
planet”, and the like, sober and
(Containing all the poems that are
good enough to be publish and
that are neither sonnets nor so
stable or intellectually lyrical
as to be included in the third
part of the book numbered 3).
Voyage”, “A Symphony of the South”,
“An Elegy” and such like? (Leave
this to be settled afterwards, if
such poems are indeed worth pub-
lishing. Consider also “A Winter
Day” and the other poem — whichever
it is — which is the fifth
one, in the old division of the long
poems into two books of five, in the
second of those books).
(These six books sum up all English poems which
it is intended to publish for the pres-
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