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TAKE SOME HONEY FROM A CAT
Alternative title: Untitled ("Take some honey from a cat")




THE TALE OF OUR LIVES
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 TALE THE DEAD SLAVER TOLD
Alternate title: THE DEAD SLAVER’S TALE




THE TALL MAN ANSWERED
Alternative title: Untitled ("The tall man answered:")




THE TALL MAN ROSE AND SAID
Alternative title: Untitled ("The tall man rose and said:")




THE TALL MAN SAID
Alternative title: Untitled ("The tall man said:")



TARANTELLA
Alternate title: TARENTELLA




TARENTELLA
Alternate title: TARANTELLA
In the first publication, spelled "Tarentella"; this is a misspelling, but we don’t have the original typescript from REH, so we don’t know if it was done by REH or the editors of the school paper, as school papers were notorious for very poor quality typesetting.



THE TARTAR RAID
Alternate title: Untitled ("The snow-capped peaks of Ural . . .")



THE TAVERN



TELL ME NOT IN COOCOO NUMBERS
Alternate title: Untitled ("Tell me not in coocoo numbers")




THE TEMPTER



THAT WOMEN MAY SING OF US
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / I have forgotten . . .").



THEN STEIN THE PEDDLER WITH RISING JOY
Alternative title: Untitled ("Then Stein the peddler with rising joy")




THERE ARE GRIM THINGS DID
Alternative title: Untitled ("There are grim things did")




THERE ONCE WAS A WICKED OLD ELF
Alternative title: Untitled ("There once was a wicked old elf")




THERE WAS AN OLD DICK
Alternative title: Untitled ("There was an old dick")




THERE WERE THREE LADS WHO WENT THEIR DESTINED WAYS
Alternative title: Untitled ("There were three lads who went their destined ways")




THERE’S AN ISLE FAR AWAY ON THE BREAST OF THE SEA
Alternative title: Untitled ("There’s an isle far away on the breast of the sea")




THESE THINGS ARE GODS
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THEY MATCHED ME UP THAT NIGHT WITH A BIRD THAT WAS A FRIGHT
Alternative title: Untitled ("They matched me up that night with a bird that was a fright")




THEY WERE THERE, IN THE DISTANCE DREAMING
Alternative title: Untitled ("They were there, in the distance dreaming")




THE THING ON THE ROOF (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)
Alternate title: OUT OF THE OLD LAND; THE OLD ONES
Attributed to Justin Geoffrey, an REH fictional character; in the published version, the title of the poem is "Out of the Old Land";
In an early draft, it is titled "The Old Ones"; the earlier version has just a couple words different
.



THIS IS A YOUNG WORLD
Alternative title: Untitled ("This is a young world")




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



THOR’S SON
Alternate title: THE RHYME OF THE VIKING PATH
Original title was "The Rhyme of the Viking Path", from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1930
("Well, Fear Finn, I was in Brownwood . . .")
.



A THOUSAND YEARS AGO
Alternate title: Untitled ("I was a chief of the Chatagai")


THROUGH THE MISTS OF SILENCE THERE CAME A SOUND
Alternative title: Untitled ("Through the mists of silence there came a sound")




THUS SPAKE SVEN THE FOOL



THE TIDE
Alternate title: TO A WOMAN (3); Untitled ("Thus in my mood I love you")
There exists an original REH typescript, titled "To a Woman", with the author name in the corner of "Patrick Howard";
The pages have been folded, as if inserted into a letter; The title "The Tide" could possibly be by Glenn Lord,
to prevent confusion with the previously published but different poems with the same title
.



TIDES



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



TIME, THE VICTOR
Alternate title: Untitled ("Swift with your mitts")



THE TIMES, THE TIMES STRIDE ON APACE AND FAST
Alternative title: Untitled ("The times, the times stride on apace and fast")




TIMUR-IL-LANG
Alternate title: TIMUR-LANG




TIMUR-LANG
Alternate title: TIMUR-IL-LANG
Lines 3, 4, and 6 identical to lines 3, 4, and 10 of "The Sign of the Sickle";
From a letter to Harold Preece, ca. October or early November 1930 ("Well, Harold, I’m sorry to hear your nose . . .")
.



TO A BLASÉ LADY
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.




TO A CERTAIN CULTURED WOMAN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("The Seeker thrust . . .").



TO A FRIEND



TO A KIND MISSIONARY WOIKER
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



TO A MODERN YOUNG LADY
Alternate title: TO A WOMAN (1, "Ages ago . . .")



TO A NAMELESS WOMAN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 ("Salaam: / I got such a laugh . . .");
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed
.



TO A ROMAN WOMAN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / Life is a yellow mist . . .").



TO A WOMAN (1, "Ages ago I came to woo")
Alternate title: TO A MODERN YOUNG LADY
There is another typescript version, that has a different last quatrain; was included in the proposed poetry collection
IMAGES OUT OF THE SKY by REH, Tevis Clyde Smith, and Lenore Preece, titled "To a Modern Young Lady."




TO A WOMAN (2, "Though fathoms deep . . .")
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



TO A WOMAN (3, "Thus in my mood I love you")
Alternate title: THE TIDE; Untitled ("Thus in my mood I love you")




TO ALL LORDS OF COMMERCE
Alternate title: TO ALL THE LORDS OF COMMERCE



TO ALL SOPHISTICATES
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



TO ALL THE LORDS OF COMMERCE
Alternate title: TO ALL LORDS OF COMMERCE




TO AN ANGRY WOMAN
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.




TO AN EARTH BOUND SOUL
Alternate title: TO AN EARTH-BOUND SOUL




TO AN EARTH-BOUND SOUL
Alternate title: TO AN EARTH BOUND SOUL
Included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, titled "To an Earth Bound Soul."



TO CERTAIN ORTHODOX BRETHREN



TO HARRY THE OLIAD MAN
Alternate title: Untitled ("When the first winds of summer . . .")



TO LYLE SAXON
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / There once was a wicked . . .").



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



TO ONE TURNED FAITHLESS
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.




TO ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS
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.




TO THE CONTENTED
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1929 ("Salaam: / The iron harp that . . .").



TO THE EVANGELISTS
Alternate title: THE FLOOD



TO THE OLD MEN
Alternate title: AGE




TO THE STYLISTS



TOAST TO THE BRITISH! DAMN THEIR SOULS TO HELL
Alternative title: Untitled ("Toast to the British! Damn their souls to Hell")




TODAY



THE TOM THUMB MOIDER MYSTERY
(verse heading, appearances apart from the story)

From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1932 ("Lo, friend, . . .").



THE TOOL DRESSER
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.




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



THE TOWER OF ZUKALA



THE TRAIL OF GOLD
Alternate title: Untitled ("Come with me to the Land of Sunrise")



Originally embodied as an untitled verse in an untitled story ("As he approached the two . . .").



TREAD NOT WHERE STONY DESERTS HOLD
Alternative title: Untitled ("Tread not where stony deserts hold")




A TRIBUTE TO THE SPORTSMANSHIP OF THE FANS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930 ("Well, Fear Finn, tell Cuchullain . . .").



TWILIGHT ON STONEHENGE
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 21, 1926 ("Bohut salaam, sahib: / I think you owe me . . .").



THE TWIN GATES



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




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