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These are my poems, divided into two sections.


The first consists of original works. These are subdivided loosely by topic with appropriate titles. The Nightingale Sings contains works of an orientalist vein; The Book of Erato are about love; Etudes  are studies on various themes; Idylls typically depict a particular scene in a moment of time. The other titles are self-explanatory.

The second consists of translations from various languages. Many of these are quite rough, being barely more than studies. As a result, they are not as highly polished as my original work, so I ask the reader keep that in mind when noticing their inevitable imperfections.

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Dyer, Sixteenth Century Interior, Art Institute of Chicago

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