by D H Lawrence
58 minutes, 39 seconds
Unabridged Free and Formal Verse Poetry Collection
The 1918 “New Poems” collection by the ever controversial (sometimes-deemed “pornographic,” but this collection contains only a smattering of his erotica) English writer. Includes 42 poems:
From a College Window
Letter from Town: The Almond Tree
Flat Suburbs, SW, in the Morning
Thief in the Night
Letter from Town: On a Grey Evening in March
Suburbs on a Hazy Day
Hyde Park at Night: Clerks
Under the Oak
Sigh No More
Parliament Hill in the Evening
Piccadilly Circus at Night: Street-Walkers
Embankment at Night: Charity
Originally for sale on March 29, 2006, and released free with a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License five years later. See the Mission page for why.
David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) was a controversial English novelist, playwright, and poet. Learn more at Wikipedia [new window].
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