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Poems by Katharine Lee Bates :

Above the Battle

Abu Simbel

America the Beautiful

America to England

At Wells

Blood Road

Come unto Me

England to America

Epitome

Felices

First View of Mount Blanc

Furness Abbey

Glory

If You Could Come

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Let me be blessed for the peace I make

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The Funeral of Phillips Brooks

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The Pity of It

The Rest Is Silence

The Tree of Song

Thou Knowest

To a Crow

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To Shelley

Two Centuries

When It Befortunes Us

When Lincoln Died

Yellow Clover

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Above the Battle by Katharine Lee Bates

Abu Simbel by Katharine Lee Bates

America the Beautiful by Katharine Lee Bates

America to England by Katharine Lee Bates

At Wells by Katharine Lee Bates

Blood Road by Katharine Lee Bates

Come unto Me by Katharine Lee Bates

England to America by Katharine Lee Bates

Epitome by Katharine Lee Bates

Felices by Katharine Lee Bates

First View of Mount Blanc by Katharine Lee Bates

Furness Abbey by Katharine Lee Bates

Glory by Katharine Lee Bates

If You Could Come by Katharine Lee Bates

Illumined by Katharine Lee Bates

Into the Night by Katharine Lee Bates

Let me be blessed for the peace I make by Katharine Lee Bates

Musarum Sacerdos by Katharine Lee Bates

On the Malvern Hills by Katharine Lee Bates

Pigeon Post by Katharine Lee Bates

Short Day and Long Remembrance by Katharine Lee Bates

The Falmouth Bell by Katharine Lee Bates

The Funeral of Phillips Brooks by Katharine Lee Bates

The Great Twin Brethren by Katharine Lee Bates

The Pity of It by Katharine Lee Bates

The Rest Is Silence by Katharine Lee Bates

The Tree of Song by Katharine Lee Bates

Thou Knowest by Katharine Lee Bates

To a Crow by Katharine Lee Bates

To My Country by Katharine Lee Bates

To Shelley by Katharine Lee Bates

Two Centuries by Katharine Lee Bates

When It Befortunes Us by Katharine Lee Bates

When Lincoln Died by Katharine Lee Bates

Yellow Clover by Katharine Lee Bates

Yellow Warblers by Katharine Lee Bates

 

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The Funeral of Phillips Brooks by Katharine Lee Bates

I

White lies the winter on the weary land,
Winter of many a loss and many a grief;
Yet must this burial day be counted chief
Of sorrows and most sore to understand;
For God hath laid the lightning of His hand
On His own signal tower, for all too brief
A date outsoaring mists of unbelief
To drink the living blue, a beacon grand.
But whilst the desolate throng without the portal
Of solemn Trinity in silence waits,
As listening for the beat of passing wing,
To view that clay which harbored an immortal,
Down the bleak air a tender breath of spring
Steals like a waft from Heaven's glad-opening gates.