1904. Humorous 16-line poem signed in full by the British poet laureate, expressing thanks to his friends for making him feel at home during a visit, in part: "I've had a better time this trip than when I came before For Eleanor and Sister Sue Who met me at the door... When I was here two weeks ago My life was made a torture By one whose name I must forego To mention -- She's a scorcher." 1 page on...
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Oxford: Clarendon, 1925. 88 pages (all page edges gilt), slim 12mo, unique binding by Bayntun of polished blue calf with inset red morocco label and elaborate gilt stamping, inner gilt dentelles, mottled endpapers (covers very slightly bowed). A near fine copy. Poems from 1921 and a few earlier pieces.