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Lesbia Harford was an Australian poet, novelist and political activist.

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List of poems by Lesbia Harford 176 total

A Bad Snap 213 ViewsRate it
Each morning I pass on my way to work
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A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail
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Tall trees along the road,
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The Invisible People
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Raging winter wind
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I went down to post a letter
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A Strike Rhyme 129 ViewsRate it
Machinist Talking
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O great golden head lie in my lap'
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Up in my room on my unmade bed
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The Contest
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Somebody brought in lilac
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Florence kneels down to say her prayers
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Pat wasn't Pat last night at all
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I count the days until I see you
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Day's End 124 ViewsRate it
A Deity
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Most people have a way of making friends
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Buddha In The Workroom 122 ViewsRate it
I had a lover who betrayed me 122 ViewsRate it
To Leslie 122 ViewsRate it
Work-Girls' Holiday
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You, whom the grave cannot bind
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Beauty And Terror
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My window pane is broken
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Whenever I think of you, you are alone 120 ViewsRate it
An Improver
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He has picked grapes in the sun.
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Girl's Love
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The Silent Dead 116 ViewsRate it
All Knowledge . . . 115 ViewsRate it
Closing Time: Public Library 115 ViewsRate it
Now all the lovely days are past
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The Wife
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And is love very strong where honour rules?
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Inventory 113 ViewsRate it
If you have loved a brave story 112 ViewsRate it
When I get up to light the fire,
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Every night I hurry home to see 108 ViewsRate it
Pink eucalyptus flowers 108 ViewsRate it
They say — priests say
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After Rain
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I can't feel the sunshine
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I have two wings 107 ViewsRate it
Deliverance Through Art
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My lovely pixie, my good companion,
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Street Scene—Little Lonsdale St. 102 ViewsRate it
Mortal Poems
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All Through The Day At My Machine
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Pruning Flowering Gums
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You want a lily
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Fatherless 97 ViewsRate it
Sometimes I think the happiest of love's moments
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What were the good of stars if none looked on them
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Birthday 95 ViewsRate it
I thought I heard something move in the house
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I'd love to have you on a rainy day
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I dare not leave the splendid town
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O man, O woman, grievest so?
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A Parlourmaid
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Machinist's Song 92 ViewsRate it
Street Music 91 ViewsRate it
Those must be masts of ships the gazer sees
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Why does she put me to many indignities
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You may have other loves,
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Dearest, dearest
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In The Public Library
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Lawstudent And Coach
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The Immigrant
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Summer Lightning
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The Electric Tram To Kew
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Into old rhyme 85 ViewsRate it
I hate work so
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I saw a flight of sparrows through the air
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I used to be afraid to meet 82 ViewsRate it
Once I thought my love was worth the name 81 ViewsRate it
The Nuns And The Lilies
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The Two Swans
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Weekend At Mt. Dandenong
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I must be dreaming through the days
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Noli Me Tangere
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He has a fairy wife
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Summer Lightning
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The love I look for
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Do you remember still the little song
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O little year, cram full of duty
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O sweet and fair! These words are mine to use 76 ViewsRate it
Sometimes I am too tired 76 ViewsRate it
Today when you went up the hill 76 ViewsRate it
I love to see 74 ViewsRate it
If I had six white horses 74 ViewsRate it
O little plum tree in the garden, you're
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I'm like all lovers, wanting love to be
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When day is over
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They are so glad of a young companion,
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Today I saw 72 ViewsRate it
She has all Ireland in her blood
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Now I've been three days 70 ViewsRate it
O you, dear trees, you have learned so much of beauty
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Sometimes I watch you, mark your brooding eyes
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Ours was a friendship in secret
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To look across at Moira gives me pleasure 69 ViewsRate it
I have three loves who are all most dear
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The Tyrant 68 ViewsRate it
To Plato's dictum 68 ViewsRate it
Today is rebels' day. And yet we work 68 ViewsRate it
I am no mystic
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I read a statement in a newspaper
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Skirt Machinist 65 ViewsRate it
A Bronte Legend
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Lovers Parted
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A lady and I were walking
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Today, in class, 62 ViewsRate it
My heart is a pomegranate full of sweet fancies
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The Psychological Craze
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I dreamt last night
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I have to make a soul for one
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Little Ships
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Today they made a bonfire
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I used to have dozens of handkerchiefs 56 ViewsRate it
God Speaks
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I'd like to spend long hours at home
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A Blouse Machinist 54 ViewsRate it
I was sad
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My mission in the world 54 ViewsRate it
How funny it would be if dreamy I
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When I am articled 50 ViewsRate it
I found an orchid in the valley fair, 49 ViewsRate it
In this little school
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Miss Mary Fairfax 49 ViewsRate it
Suburban Dames
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He had served eighty masters. They'd have said 48 ViewsRate it
Learning Geography
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A Meaning Learnt 47 ViewsRate it
Body And Soul
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Flowers And Light
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The people have drunk the wine of peace
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Cherry plum blossom in an old tin jug
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He looks in my heart and the image there
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Green and blue
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I bought a red hat
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I have golden shoes
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This evening I'm alone. 43 ViewsRate it
When my lover put the sea between us
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White Sunshine
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Appearances 40 ViewsRate it
Emmie, Emmie Adams 40 ViewsRate it
This year I have seen autumn with new eyes
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We climbed that hill,
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Hecate's Due
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Sometimes I wish that I were Helen-fair
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Oh, oh Rosalie
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The Melbourne Cup
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When I was still a child
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Ay, ay, ay, the lilies of the garden
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A Sophistical Argument
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I came to live in Sophia Street 32 ViewsRate it
I dreamt last night of happy home-comings
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Though I had lost my love
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The Folk I Love 31 ViewsRate it
The Sisters
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When I go up to work the young blue sea
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Last night, in a dream
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A Prayer To Saint Rosa
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Three Teachers
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Child Sun
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The Moonlit Room
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