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

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Famous poems by Lesbia Harford 176 total

A Bad Snap 207 ViewsRate it:
Each morning I pass on my way to work 163 ViewsRate it:
A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail 132 ViewsRate it:
Raiment 128 ViewsRate it:
The Invisible People 127 ViewsRate it:
I went down to post a letter 126 ViewsRate it:
Machinist Talking 126 ViewsRate it:
A Strike Rhyme 125 ViewsRate it:
O great golden head lie in my lap' 125 ViewsRate it:
Up in my room on my unmade bed 125 ViewsRate it:
Raging winter wind 124 ViewsRate it:
Florence kneels down to say her prayers 123 ViewsRate it:
Pat wasn't Pat last night at all 123 ViewsRate it:
Somebody brought in lilac 123 ViewsRate it:
Tall trees along the road, 123 ViewsRate it:
A Deity 122 ViewsRate it:
Adventurers 122 ViewsRate it:
I count the days until I see you 121 ViewsRate it:
Buddha In The Workroom 121 ViewsRate it:
Periodicity 120 ViewsRate it:
To Leslie 120 ViewsRate it:
Most people have a way of making friends 119 ViewsRate it:
Work-Girls' Holiday 119 ViewsRate it:
You, whom the grave cannot bind 119 ViewsRate it:
Day's End 118 ViewsRate it:
An Improver 117 ViewsRate it:
He has picked grapes in the sun. 117 ViewsRate it:
Beauty And Terror 116 ViewsRate it:
Girl's Love 116 ViewsRate it:
I had a lover who betrayed me 116 ViewsRate it:
My window pane is broken 116 ViewsRate it:
The Silent Dead 115 ViewsRate it:
Whenever I think of you, you are alone 115 ViewsRate it:
The Wife 112 ViewsRate it:
Inventory 111 ViewsRate it:
And is love very strong where honour rules? 110 ViewsRate it:
Closing Time: Public Library 110 ViewsRate it:
All Knowledge . . . 108 ViewsRate it:
If you have loved a brave story 108 ViewsRate it:
Now all the lovely days are past 108 ViewsRate it:
They say — priests say 107 ViewsRate it:
After Rain 105 ViewsRate it:
Every night I hurry home to see 105 ViewsRate it:
I can't feel the sunshine 104 ViewsRate it:
I have two wings 104 ViewsRate it:
Pink eucalyptus flowers 104 ViewsRate it:
The Contest 104 ViewsRate it:
When I get up to light the fire, 104 ViewsRate it:
Deliverance Through Art 103 ViewsRate it:
My lovely pixie, my good companion, 103 ViewsRate it:
Mortal Poems 98 ViewsRate it:
Pruning Flowering Gums 98 ViewsRate it:
Street Scene—Little Lonsdale St. 96 ViewsRate it:
All Through The Day At My Machine 95 ViewsRate it:
I thought I heard something move in the house 95 ViewsRate it:
You want a lily 94 ViewsRate it:
I'd love to have you on a rainy day 93 ViewsRate it:
O man, O woman, grievest so? 93 ViewsRate it:
Birthday 92 ViewsRate it:
Fatherless 91 ViewsRate it:
I dare not leave the splendid town 91 ViewsRate it:
What were the good of stars if none looked on them 91 ViewsRate it:
A Parlourmaid 90 ViewsRate it:
Machinist's Song 90 ViewsRate it:
Why does she put me to many indignities 90 ViewsRate it:
Sometimes I think the happiest of love's moments 89 ViewsRate it:
Street Music 89 ViewsRate it:
You may have other loves, 89 ViewsRate it:
Dearest, dearest 86 ViewsRate it:
The Immigrant 86 ViewsRate it:
Those must be masts of ships the gazer sees 86 ViewsRate it:
In The Public Library 85 ViewsRate it:
Lawstudent And Coach 85 ViewsRate it:
Summer Lightning 85 ViewsRate it:
The Electric Tram To Kew 84 ViewsRate it:
I hate work so 82 ViewsRate it:
I saw a flight of sparrows through the air 82 ViewsRate it:
Into old rhyme 82 ViewsRate it:
The Nuns And The Lilies 80 ViewsRate it:
The Two Swans 80 ViewsRate it:
I must be dreaming through the days 79 ViewsRate it:
I used to be afraid to meet 79 ViewsRate it:
Once I thought my love was worth the name 79 ViewsRate it:
The love I look for 78 ViewsRate it:
Weekend At Mt. Dandenong 78 ViewsRate it:
He has a fairy wife 77 ViewsRate it:
Noli Me Tangere 77 ViewsRate it:
O little year, cram full of duty 76 ViewsRate it:
O sweet and fair! These words are mine to use 76 ViewsRate it:
Summer Lightning 75 ViewsRate it:
I love to see 74 ViewsRate it:
Today when you went up the hill 74 ViewsRate it:
Sometimes I am too tired 73 ViewsRate it:
I'm like all lovers, wanting love to be 72 ViewsRate it:
Do you remember still the little song 72 ViewsRate it:
They are so glad of a young companion, 72 ViewsRate it:
O little plum tree in the garden, you're 71 ViewsRate it:
Today I saw 70 ViewsRate it:
If I had six white horses 69 ViewsRate it:
She has all Ireland in her blood 69 ViewsRate it:
Now I've been three days 68 ViewsRate it:
O you, dear trees, you have learned so much of beauty 68 ViewsRate it:
Ours was a friendship in secret 68 ViewsRate it:
The Tyrant 67 ViewsRate it:
I read a statement in a newspaper 66 ViewsRate it:
Revolution 66 ViewsRate it:
Sometimes I watch you, mark your brooding eyes 66 ViewsRate it:
To look across at Moira gives me pleasure 66 ViewsRate it:
To Plato's dictum 66 ViewsRate it:
When day is over 66 ViewsRate it:
I have three loves who are all most dear 65 ViewsRate it:
I am no mystic 64 ViewsRate it:
Skirt Machinist 63 ViewsRate it:
Today is rebels' day. And yet we work 61 ViewsRate it:
Lovers Parted 60 ViewsRate it:
A Bronte Legend 59 ViewsRate it:
My heart is a pomegranate full of sweet fancies 59 ViewsRate it:
The Psychological Craze 59 ViewsRate it:
Today, in class, 59 ViewsRate it:
I dreamt last night 58 ViewsRate it:
Little Ships 57 ViewsRate it:
A lady and I were walking 56 ViewsRate it:
I have to make a soul for one 56 ViewsRate it:
Today they made a bonfire 56 ViewsRate it:
I used to have dozens of handkerchiefs 54 ViewsRate it:
I was sad 53 ViewsRate it:
I'd like to spend long hours at home 52 ViewsRate it:
My mission in the world 51 ViewsRate it:
A Blouse Machinist 50 ViewsRate it:
Grotesque 50 ViewsRate it:
When I am articled 49 ViewsRate it:
God Speaks 48 ViewsRate it:
In this little school 47 ViewsRate it:
Miss Mary Fairfax 47 ViewsRate it:
He had served eighty masters. They'd have said 46 ViewsRate it:
Polytheist 46 ViewsRate it:
Suburban Dames 46 ViewsRate it:
I found an orchid in the valley fair, 45 ViewsRate it:
Martha 45 ViewsRate it:
How funny it would be if dreamy I 44 ViewsRate it:
The people have drunk the wine of peace 44 ViewsRate it:
A Meaning Learnt 43 ViewsRate it:
Body And Soul 43 ViewsRate it:
Cherry plum blossom in an old tin jug 43 ViewsRate it:
I bought a red hat 43 ViewsRate it:
Lie-a-bed 43 ViewsRate it:
Flowers And Light 42 ViewsRate it:
He looks in my heart and the image there 42 ViewsRate it:
I have golden shoes 42 ViewsRate it:
This evening I'm alone. 42 ViewsRate it:
When my lover put the sea between us 42 ViewsRate it:
Green and blue 41 ViewsRate it:
White Sunshine 41 ViewsRate it:
Learning Geography 40 ViewsRate it:
Emmie, Emmie Adams 39 ViewsRate it:
This year I have seen autumn with new eyes 37 ViewsRate it:
Appearances 36 ViewsRate it:
Hecate's Due 35 ViewsRate it:
We climbed that hill, 35 ViewsRate it:
Sometimes I wish that I were Helen-fair 34 ViewsRate it:
Oh, oh Rosalie 33 ViewsRate it:
The Melbourne Cup 32 ViewsRate it:
I came to live in Sophia Street 30 ViewsRate it:
I dreamt last night of happy home-comings 30 ViewsRate it:
The Folk I Love 30 ViewsRate it:
Though I had lost my love 30 ViewsRate it:
A Sophistical Argument 29 ViewsRate it:
Ay, ay, ay, the lilies of the garden 29 ViewsRate it:
When I go up to work the young blue sea 29 ViewsRate it:
When I was still a child 29 ViewsRate it:
Last night, in a dream 28 ViewsRate it:
The Sisters 28 ViewsRate it:
Three Teachers 26 ViewsRate it:
A Prayer To Saint Rosa 24 ViewsRate it:
Child Sun 24 ViewsRate it:
The Moonlit Room 21 ViewsRate it:

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