from The Book of Hours
--34. 'The day is coming when from God the Tree'
from The Book of Images
from New Poems: First Part
--The Departure of the Prodigal Son
--The Olive Garden
--The Poet's Death
--A Feminine Destiny
--In a Foreign Park
--The Steps of the Orangery
--Orpheus, Eurydice, Hermes
from New Poems: Second Part
--The Island of the Sirens
--The Death of the Beloved
--The Site of the Fire
--Song of the Sea
--The Parks, II
--Late Autumn in Venice
--Portrait of a Lady of the Eighties
--The Old Lady
--The Apple Orchard
--For Wolf Graf von Kalckreuth
from The Duino Elegies
--The First Elegy
--The Ninth Elegy
from The Sonnets to Orpheus: First Part
--VII. 'Praising, that's it! As a praiser and blesser'
--IX. 'Only by him with whose lays'
--XXIII. 'Only when flight shall soar'
--XXVI. 'You that could sound till the end, though, immortal accorder'
from The Sonnets to Orpheus: Second Part
--IV. 'This is the creature there has never been'
--X. 'Long will machinery menace the whole of our treasure'
--XV. 'O fountain mouth, you mouth that can respond'
--XVII. 'Where, in what ever-blissfully watered gardens upon what trees'
from the Uncollected Poems of 1906 to 1926
--The Raising of Lazarus
--The Spirit Ariel
--'Shatter me, music, with rhythmical fury!'
--'Behind the innocent trees'
--The Great Night
--'Beloved, lost to begin with, never greeted'
--'Exposed on the heart's mountains. Look, how small there!'
--'Time and again, however well we know the landscape of love'
--From the Poems of Count C. W.
--'Meaningful word, "inclination"!'
--'Strongest star, not needing to await'
--'Gods, for all we can tell, stride as richly bestowing'
--'The sap is mounting back from that unseenness'
--'On the sunny road, within the hollow'
--'The one birds plunge through's not that trusty space'
--For Count Karl Lanckoronski
--EpitaphNotes on the Poems