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Father John Banister Tabb (March 22, 1845 – November 19, 1909) was an American poet, Roman Catholic priest, and professor of English. (Although often misspelled as Bannister, the poet's middle name is actually spelled with only one "n", Banister.)

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List of poems by John Bannister Tabb 16 total

Time's Legacy 118 Views
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On The Forthcoming Volume Of Sidney Lenier's Poems
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Amid The Roses
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The New-Year Babe
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Frog-Making
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A Disconcerted Concert 66 Views
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Christ's Little Sister
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Explanation 56 Views
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St Mary Of Egypt
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The Morning Star 54 Views
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On The Cover Of John B. Tabb's Late London Volume 48 Views
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Sausage 44 Views
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Grief-Song
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In Chicago 37 Views
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The Tree-Frog Pedigree
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The Half-Ring Moon
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