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DANCE MACABRE
Alternate title: Untitled ("I saw the grass on the hillside bend")




A DANCE WITH DEATH
Alternate title: THE DANCE WITH DEATH; THE ADVENTURER’S MISTRESS (2)




THE DANCE WITH DEATH
Alternate title: THE ADVENTURER’S MISTRESS (2, "The fogs of night"); A DANCE WITH DEATH

From an undated, enclosed separate document sent with a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, titled "The Adventurer’s Mistress" in the original typescript; there is also a title included on a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, that included "A Dance with Death", as well as another one titled "The Adventurers Mistress"



DANCER
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 ("Salaam: / I’m trying to write again . . .")




THE DANCER
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, April 14, 1926 ("Salaam; / Being in an (un)poetical mood . . .")



DARK ARE YOUR EYES
Alternative title: Untitled ("Dark are your eyes")



DAUGHTER OF EVIL
Alternate title: Untitled ("They cast her out of the . . .")

From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1930 ("Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll . . .")



A DAWN IN FLANDERS
Alternate title: Untitled ("I can recall a quiet sky . . .")




THE DAY BREAKS OVER SIMLA
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THE DAY THAT I DIE



DAYS OF GLORY
Alternate title: Untitled ("Ah, those were glittering, jeweled days")




DE OLE RIVER OX



DEAD MAN’S HATE



THE DEAD SLAVER’S TALE
Alternate title: THE TALE THE DEAD SLAVER TOLD

Included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, as "The Tale the Dead Slaver Told"



DEATH’S BLACK RIDERS (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)



THE DEED BEYOND THE DEED
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. December 1928 ("Salaam: / Out in front of Goldstein’s . . .")



DEEPS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 ("Salaam; / I’m trying to write again . . .");
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed
.


DEL RIO ROAD
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.



DEMID & AYUB
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.



THE DESERT
Alternate title: Untitled ("Wide and free ranging . . .")




DESERT DAWN



THE DESERT HAWK



DESIRE
Alternate title: Untitled ("‘Turn out the light.’ I raised a willing hand")




DESTINATION



DESTINY (1, "I think I was born . . .")



DESTINY (2, "What is there . . .")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, April 14, 1926 ("Salaam; / Being in an (un)poetical mood . . .")



DESTINY (3, "I am a white trail . . .")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 ("Salaam; / I’m trying to write again . . .")



DEVON OAK
Alternate title: Untitled ("I am a Devon oak")




DHERRAN DHOUN
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today
.



DOC HOLLIDAY
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.



DOOM
Alternate title: THE WHEEL OF DESTINY




THE DOOM CHANT OF THAN-KUL



DOWN THE AGES
Alternate title: Untitled ("Forever down the ages")

Unfinished


DRAKE SINGS OF YESTERDAY
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



DRAWERS THAT A GIRL STRIPS DOWN HER THIGHS
Alternative title: Untitled ("Drawers that a girl strips down her thighs")



A DREAM
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today
.



THE DREAM AND THE SHADOW
One of the "Sonnets Out of Bedlam"



A DREAM OF AUTUMN
Alternate title: AUTUMN; THE AUTUMN OF THE WORLD




THE DREAM ROAD
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.



DREAMER
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 ("Salaam; / I’m trying to write again . . .")



DREAMING
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam / Again glancing . . .")



DREAMING IN ISRAEL
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. August 1932 ("Fear Finn; / I don’t know when . . .")




DREAMING ON DOWNS
Alternate title: KING ALFRED RIDES AGAIN




DREAMS



THE DREAMS OF MEN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1927 ("Salaam: / Seeking cognizance of things . . .")



DREAMS OF NINEVEH
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THE DRILLER
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.



DROWNED
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THE DRUM
Alternate title: Untitled ("I heard the drum as I went . . .")




A DRUM BEGINS TO THROB
Alternate title: OUT OF THE DEEP; THE VOICES WAKEN MEMORY




DRUM GODS



DRUMMINGS ON AN EMPTY SKULL
From an undated letter to Tevis Clyde Smith ("Salaam:/ Skulls Against the Dawn")



DRUMS IN MY EARS
Alternate title: verse heading for Chapter 3 of "Sword Woman"



THE DRUMS OF PICTDOM
Alternate title: Untitled ("How can I wear the harness of toil")

Appears in the Author's Foreword of all these titles up to the Wandering Star edition.



A DULL SOUND AS OF KNOCKING



A DUNGEON OPENS
From a letter to August Derleth, ca. August 1933 ("Yes, I certainly did . . .")



THE DUST DANCE (1, "For I, with the . . .")
Alternate title: Untitiled ("For I, with the . . .")

Consists of four parts, of 24, 12, 16, and 20 lines; Lines 33-36 virtually identical to lines 1-4 of "The Song of Horsa’s Galley";
lines 69-72 virtually identical to lines 1-4 of "The Road to Hell";
originally untitled, portions were included in a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 ("Salaam: / Glad you’re writing . . .")
;
According to Glenn Lord, this version came from a Lenore Preece letter in which she said she copied poems
from early issues of THE JUNTO. That letter is now lost;
There is also a mention in a Booth Mooney letter that implies this poem was published in an issue of THE JUNTO prior to July 1928.




THE DUST DANCE (2, "The sin and jest of the times am I")
Very similar to the other poem of the same title; Lines 9-12, 29-32, 45-48, 49-52, and 85-88 are identical to 1-4, 5-8, 13-16, 9-12, and 21-24, respectively, of the other version; portions from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, March 1928 ("Salaam: / Glad you’re writing . . .");
 This version was found among the REH papers by Glenn Lord, that original typescript page now apparently lost.



THE DWELLER IN DARK VALLEY
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



A DYING PIRATE SPEAKS OF TREASURE
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.




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