The Poetry Corner

Horatio Alger, Jr.


A Soldier's Valentine.
Barbara's Courtship.
Bi-Centennial Ode
Carving A Name.
For The Consecration Of A Cemetery.
Friar Anselmo.
Gone To The War.
Grand'Ther Baldwin's Thanksgiving
Harvard Odes.
He Discourseth Of A Common Prayer.
He Discourseth Of The Wherefore Of Bachelorism.
He Discourseth Of Trouble And Sorrow.
He Discourseth Of What Some Mortals Live For.
He Imploreth Mercy Upon Those Condemned With Fashionable Folly To Marry, And Illustrateth Their Condition.
He Imploreth Merry For Other Unfortunate Beings.
He Moralizeth Upon What A Day May Bring Forth.
How The Author Sometimes Dines.
John Maynard.
King Cotton.
Last Words.
Little Charlie.
Merdle The Banker.
Mrs. Browning's Grave At Florence.
Mrs. Merdle Accepteth Of A Slight Dinner, Suitable For A Woman Suffering With Dyspepsia.
Mrs. Merdle At Home.
Mrs. Merdle Describeth Her Doctor.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Again On Dinner.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of Hygiene And Fish Sauce.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of Pudding.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of The Necessity Of Good Wine And Other Matters.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of Things Earthly.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of Things Eatable.
Mrs. Merdle Discourseth Of Wishes And Her Sufferings.
Mrs. Merdle Doubts Paradise's Uneating Pleasure.
Mrs. Merdle Goes To Market.
Mrs. Merdle Ordereth The Second Course.
Mrs. Merdle Suggesteth That Dinner Being Finished, The Gentlement Will Smoke. In The Meantime, She Discourseth.
Mrs. Merdle, Having "Nibbled A Little" For Two Hours At Dinner, Retireth From The Table Unsatisfied.
My Castle.
Nothing To Eat
Nothing To Eat. The Argument
Out Of Egypt.
Phoebe's Wooing.
Places Where Mortals Dine.
Rose In The Garden.
Song Of The Croaker.
St. Nicholas.
Summer Hours.
The Church At Stratford-On-Avon.
The Confession.
The Dinner Table Talk.
The Dinner-bell Rings.
The Invitation.
The Lost Heart.
The Merdle Origin.
The Object Aimed At.
The Poet Moralizeth - He Discourseth To Those Who Gorge And Complain.
The Price Of Victory.
The Proof - The Queen Of Fashion
The Whippoorwill And I.
Things That Mortals Eat There.
What Another Poet Did.
Where Is My Boy To-Night?