The Libri of Aleister Crowley

Poetry of Aleister Crowley

Poetry, by title

Chicago May

Hymn to Pan, Magick in Theory and Practice

Leah Sublime

Sin, The Temple of the Holy Ghost

The Neophyte, The Temple of the Holy Ghost

The Palace of the World, The Temple of the Holy Ghost

The Wizard Way, The Equinox, I i

 

Poetry, by first line

ABOVE us on the mast is spread, Coll. Works ii. 108

A brief consultation, Coll. Works ii. 227

Accept me as I am! Coll. Works iii. 7

A cigar is like a wife! Vanity Fair, January 1916, 43

A curious conflict this of love and fear, Coll. Works ii. 77

Act II. Sc i. adds little new to our thesis, Coll. Works ii. 188

Act IV. develops the plot, Coll. Works ii. 189

Adonis, awake, it is day; it is spring! Coll. Works iii. 114

Adonis dies. Imagination hears, Coll. Works iii. 122

A faded skirt, a silken petticoat, Coll. Works ii. 52

A faint sweet smell of ether haunts, Coll. Works iii. 9

A fool indeed! For why complain, Coll. Works iii. 2

A foolish and a cruel thing is said, Coll. Works i. 182

Again the unveiled goddess of delight, Coll. Works ii. 73

Against the fiat of that God discrowned, Coll. Works ii. 64

Age and despair, poverty and distress, Coll. Works iii. 112

A good stout song, friend Argus, Coll. Works ii. 92

Ah, but the monstrous jewels that you wear, Chicago May, I vii

Ah! Christ ascends? Ascension day? Coll. Works ii. 163

Ah me! no fruit for guerdon, Coll. Works iii. 192

Ah! ten days yet to Pentecost, Coll. Works ii. 163

Ah! there be two sides to all shapes of truth, Coll. Works ii. 85

Alas! that ever the dark place, Coll. Works iii. 201

Ali bade Hassan to his house to sup, Coll. Works iii. 86

Alice was desperately ill at morn, Coll. Works ii. 75

A lion's mane, a leopard's skin, Coll. Works i. 129

All day we chose each moment possible, Coll. Works ii. 70

All night no change, no whisper, Coll. Works ii. 10

Allow me to introduce myself, Coll. Works ii. 206

All that we are from mind results, Coll. Works ii. 44

All things are branded change, Coll. Works iii. 18

"All things are good" exclaimed the boy, Coll. Works iii. 93

All thought of work ins almost cast aside, Coll. Works ii. 66

Al Malik the magnificent, Coll. Works iii. 86

A lonely spirit seeks the midnight hour, Coll. Works i. 53

Although I cannot leave these bitter leas, Coll. Works iii. 65

Amata's path is Earnestness, Coll. Works ii. 46

"Amat janus limen!" ["Closes book"] Now, my friend, Coll. Works iii. 72

Amid earth's motly, Gaia's cap and bells, Coll. Works i. 250

Amid the drowsy dream, Coll. Works ii. 61

A miner laboured in a mine, Coll. Works iii. 90

Among the lilies of the sacred stream, Coll. Works i. 38

And death in kissing. How I have despised, Coll. Works i. 230

And now (I'll quote you Scripture anyhow), Coll. Works ii. 176

And though you claim Salvation sure, Coll. Works ii. 159

And thus to-day that "Christ ascends," Coll. Works ii. 162

And who is then the moon? Bend close, Coll. Works iii. 13

And you -- what are you doing here? Coll. Works i. 57

Anemones grow in the wood by the stream, Coll. Works iii. 58

An island of the mist, Coll. Works i. 102

Another day rose of unceasing fire, Coll. Works ii. 70

Apart, immutable, unseen, i 31

As, after long observation and careful study, Coll. Works i. 223

As far as normal reasoning goes, Coll. Works ii. 173

As for a quiet talk on physics, Coll. Works ii. 150

Ashes and dust, Coll. Works i. 112

As I one day to nature made lament, Coll. Works ii. 18

As I pass in my flight, Coll. Works iii. 174

As I sit in the sound, Coll. Works iii. 154

As some lone mountebank of the stage, Coll. Works ii. 52

As the tides invisible of ocean, Coll. Works iii. 131

At last I met a maniac, Coll. Works ii. 165

At last we arrive at the end, Coll. Works ii. 194

At least your faith should be content, Coll. Works ii. 163

At noon she sailed for home, Coll. Works ii. 84

At Paris upon Dead Man's Day. Coll. Works iii. 102

"At the hour of the great Initiation" Coll. Works ii. 231

Aum! I unfold the tinted robe, Coll. Works iii. 66

Aum! Let us meditate aright, Coll. Works ii. 177

Aum! Let us meditate aright, Coll. Works ii. 184

Ay! I would murder not my brother only, Coll. Works ii. 104

Ay! Let him rise and answer, Coll. Works ii. 159

Ay! There's a law! For this recede, Coll. Works iii. 14

BEFORE the altar of Famine and Desire, Coll. Works i. 181

Before the darkness, earlier than being, Coll. Works i. 105

Behold a virgin to the Lord, Coll. Works i. 83

Behold, I am; a circle on whose hands, Coll. Works ii. 19

Bend down in dream the shadow-shape, Coll. Works ii. 128

Beneath the living cross I lie, Coll. Works ii. 62

Better than bliss of floral kiss, Coll. Works iii. 64

Bitter reproaches passed between us, Coll. Works ii. 77

Black Ares hath called, Coll. Works ii. 112

Black thine abyss of noon, Coll. Works ii. 30

Blind agony of thought! Who turns his pen, Coll. Works iii. 118

Blind Chesterton is sure to err, Coll. Works ii. 185

Blind the iron pinnacles edge the twilight, Coll. Works i. 27

Blood, mist, and foam, then darkness, Coll. Works i. 109

Blow on the flame, Coll. Works ii. 7

Brethren, what need of wonder, Coll. Works iii. 186

Brutal refinement of deep-seated vice, Coll. Works iii. 123

Buddham Saranangachami, Coll. Works ii. 259

But first; I must insist on taking, Coll. Works ii. 149

But if das Essen is das Nichts, Coll. Works ii. 171

"But if," you cry, "the world's designed, ii 157

But never mind! Call them idolaters, Coll. Works ii. 156

But now (you say) broad-minded folk, Coll. Works ii. 156.

But, surely, (let me corner you!), Coll. Works ii. 180

But then you argue, and with sense, Coll. Works ii. 180

But thou, O Lord, O Apollo, Coll. Works ii. 35

But to-night the lamp must be wasted, Coll. Works ii. 36

But why revile, Coll. Works ii. 147

By palm and pagoda enchaunted, Coll. Works ii. 121

By Wisdom framed from ancient days, Coll. Works ii. 97

CALL down that star whose tender eyes, Coll. Works i. 171

Can you believe the deadly will's decree, Coll. Works i. 254

Chaldean fools, who prayed to stars and fires, Coll. Works ii. 19

Clear, deep, and blue, the sky, Coll. Works i. 49

Cloistral seclusion of the galleried pines, Coll. Works iii. 119

Clytie, beyond all praise, Coll. Works i. 120

Coiled in the hollow of the rock they kiss, Coll. Works iii. 122

Come back, come back, come back, Eyrydice! Coll. Works iii. 158

Come, child of wonder, Coll. Works i. 167

Come, love, and kiss my shoulders, Coll. Works i. 233

Come over the water, love, to me, Coll. Works ii. 108

Consummate beauty built of ugliness, Coll. Works iii. 123

Could ivory blush with a stain of the sunset, Coll. Works iii. 67

Crouched o'er the tripod, Coll. Works ii. 52

Crowned with Eternity, beyond beginning, Coll. Works iii. 150

DANCE a measure, Coll. Works iii. 87

Darkness and daylight in divided measure, Coll. Works iii. 145

Dark night, red night, Coll. Works i. 2

Daughter of Glory, child, Coll. Works iii. 168

Day startles the fawn, Coll. Works i. 90

Dead Pharoah's eyes from out the tomb, Coll. Works iii. 100

Deep melancholy -- O, the child of folly, Coll. Works i. 183

Dim goes the sun down there, Coll. Works ii. 33

Divine Philosopher! Dear Friend! i, 1

Dora steals across the floor, Coll. Works iii. 59

Droop the great eyelids purple-veined! Coll. Works iii. 65

EACH to his trade! live out your life, Coll. Works ii. 167

Ecstasy, break through poetry's beautiful barriers, Coll. Works iii. 67

Egg of the Slime! Thy loose abortive lips, Coll. Works ii. 8

Enough. It is ended, the story, Coll. Works iii. 216

Ere fades the last red glimmer of the sun, Coll. Works i. 116

Ere the grape of joy is golden, Coll. Works i. 9

Even as beasts, where the sepulchral ocean sobs, Coll. Works i. 178

Even as the traitor's breath, Coll. Works i. 148

Evoe! Evoe Ho! Iacche! Iacche! Coll. Works iii. 203

Exalted over earth, from hell arisen, Coll. Works i. 122

Exile from human kind, Coll. Works i. 118

Existence being sorrow, Coll. Works ii. 200

Exquisite fairy, flower from stone begotten, Coll. Works iii. 118

FAIRER than woman blushing at the kiss, Coll. Works i. 21

Farewell, my book, Coll. Works ii. 8

Farewell! O Light of day, Coll. Works i. 263

First. "Here's a johnny with a cancer, Coll. Works ii. 209

First, here's philosophy's despair, Coll. Works ii. 166

First word of my song, Coll. Works iii. 131

Fivefold the shape sublime that lifts its head, Coll. Works iii. 150

Fling down the foolish lyre, the witless power! Coll. Works iii. 159

Floating in the summer air, Coll. Works ii. 2

For, at first, this practice leads, Coll. Works ii. 176

Forged by God's fingers in His furnace, Coll. Works ii. 63

For our God is as a fire, Coll. Works i. 68

For the web of the battle is woven, Coll. Works i. 74

Fraught with the glory of a dead despair, Coll. Works iii. 59

Fresh breath from the woodland blows sweet, Coll. Works i. 117

Fresh in the savage vigor of the time, Coll. Works iii. 117

From darkness of fugitive thought, Coll. Works iii. 127

From fourfold quarters, Coll. Works iii. 133

From the abyss, the horrible lone world, 1, 200

From youth and love to sorrow is one stride, Coll. Works iii. 116

Full amber-breasted light of harvest-moon, 148

Full is the joy of maidenhood made strong, Coll. Works iii. 147

GIANT, with iron secrecies ennighted, Coll. Works iii. 122

Glory and praise to thee, O Satan, Coll. Works ii. 18

God, I have rowed! Coll. Works iii. 28

God of the golden face and fiery forehead, Coll. Works ii. 22

Gone to his Goddess! the poor worm's asleep, Coll. Works i. 239

Good bends and breathes into the rosy shell, Coll. Works iii. 120

Good luck! God save us! Is there one thing worth, Chicago May, I iv

Go to the woodlands, English maid, Coll. Works i. 7

Great Liberator, come again, Coll. Works ii. 3

Green and gold the meadows lie, Coll. Works i. 24

HA! HA! In the storm I ride, Coll. Works ii. 136

Hail, child of Semele! Coll. Works iii. 205

Hail! Hail! Hail! Coll. Works ii. 130

Hail, O Dionysus! Hail! Coll. Works iii. 203

Hail, sweet my sister! hail, adulterous spouse, Coll. Works iii. 86

Hail to Thee, Lady bright, Coll. Works i. 243

Hail, Tyche! From the Amalthean horn, Coll. Works iii. 120

Hangs over me the fine false gold, Coll. Works ii. 127

Ha! who invokes! What horror rages, Coll. Works iii. 194

He did not kiss me with his mouth, Coll. Works i. 100

He's gone -- his belly filled enough, Coll. Works ii. 163

He hath made His face as a fire, Coll. Works i. 89

He is here! He is here! Coll. Works iii. 206

He is the equal of the gods, my queen, Coll. Works i. 250

Hence I account no promise worse, Coll. Works ii. 156

Here goes my arrow to the gold, Coll. Works ii. 154

Here in the evening curl white mists, Coll. Works i. 118

Here in the extreme west of all the earth, Coll. Works ii. 67

Here, in the home of a friend, Coll. Works i. 154

Here in the wild Caucasian night, Coll. Works i. 125

Here is a man! For all the world to see, Coll. Works iii. 110

Here most philosophers agree, Coll. Works ii. 173

Here, on the crimson strand of blood-red waters, Coll. Works i. 15

Here's a test, Coll. Works ii. 179

Here's how I got a better learning, Coll. Works ii. 164

Here's just the chance you'd have, Coll. Works ii. 149

Here, then, lives the pretty piece of goods, Coll. Works iii. 38

Here we come to what in a way is the fundamental joke of these precepts, Coll. Works ii. 193

Heroic helpmeet of the silent home! Coll. Works iii. 118

Hers was the first sufficient sacrifice, Coll. Works ii. 52

He who desires desires a change, Coll. Works iii. 87

Holy as heaven, the home of winds, Coll. Works i. 95

Horace, in the fruitful Sabine country, Coll. Works i. 127

How barren is the Valley of Delight, Coll. Works i. 179

How easy to excite derision, Coll. Works ii. 176

How hardly a man, Coll. Works iii. 151

How light and how agreeable, Coll. Works i. 156

How sweet the soft looks shoot, Coll. Works ii. 78

How tedious I always find, Coll. Works ii. 184

How things are changed since Alice was so ill, Coll. Works ii. 81

"How very hard it is to be," Coll. Works ii. 168

"How you bungle!" growled Ganesha, Coll. Works ii. 228

I ALMOST wonder if I ought, Coll. Works iii. 89

I am a boy in this. Alas! Coll. Works iii. 3

I am a man, Consider first, Coll. Works iii. 8

I am a pretty advocate, iii, 6

I am so sad, being alone to-night, Coll. Works iii. 66

I behold in a mist of hair involving, Coll. Works iii. 58

I bring ye wine from above, Coll. Works iii. 207

Icarus cries: "My love is robed in light, Coll. Works iii. 120

I come to tell you why I shun, Coll. Works ii. 169

I could not let her leave me, Coll. Works ii. 82

I do not feel myself inclined, Coll. Works ii. 173

I draw no picture of the Fates, Coll. Works iii. 22

I drew a hideous talisman of lust, Coll. Works ii. 66

I feel thee shudder, clinging to my arm, Coll. Works i. 119

I find some folks think me (for one), Coll. Works ii. 177

I flung out of chapel and church, Coll. Works ii. 144

If men could hear me, they would smile and say, Chicago May, I xv

If you please sir, a gentleman has called, Coll. Works i. 60

I had a fearful dream, Coll. Works ii. 73

I have no heart to sing, Coll. Works ii. 68

I hear the waters faint and far, Coll. Works ii. 106

I killed my wife -- not meaning to, indeed, Coll. Works i. 182

I kissed the face of Flavia fair, Coll. Works iii. 60

I know. When Ramoth-Gilead's field, Coll. Works i. 131

I lay within the forest's virgin womb, Coll. Works ii. 32

I looked beneath her eyelids, Coll. Works i. 98

I learnt at last some sort of confidence, Coll. Works ii. 68

I lie in liquid moonlight, Coll. Works ii. 34

I love you. That seems simple? No! Coll. Works iii. 6

I met a Christian clergyman, Coll. Works ii. 149

I moved. Remote from fear and pain, Coll. Works iii. 105

Impossible that we shall ever part, Coll. Works ii. 82

I must be ready for my friend to-night, Coll. Works ii. 37

In Act III. we have another illustration, Coll. Works ii. 188

In all the skies the planets and the stars, Coll. Works ii. 53

In Ares' grove, the sworded trees, Coll. Works ii. 90

In Asia, no the nysian plains, she played, Coll. Works iii. 190

In child-like meditative mood, Coll. Works iii. 165

I nicknamed you Chicago May because, Chicago May, I xiv

In Life what hope is always unto men, Coll. Works ii. 65

In middle music of Apollo's corn. Coll. Works i. 193

In my distress I made complain to Death, Coll. Works i. 181

In mystic dolor wrapt, the ascetic turns, Coll. Works iii. 121

Infinite delicacy in great strength, Coll. Works iii. 118

In presenting this theory of the Universe, Coll. Works ii. 233

In response to many suggestions, Coll. Works ii. 3

In such a conflict I stand neuter, Coll. Works ii. 183

In the Beginning God began, Coll. Works i. 251

In the blind hour of madness, Coll. Works i. 64

In the brave old days, Coll. Works i. 82

In the days of the spring of my being, Coll. Works iii. 129

In the dim porch way, Coll. Works ii. 69

In the fevered days and nights, Coll. Works ii. 195

In the grim woods, Coll. Works i. 36

In the heather deeply hidden, Coll. Works iii. 136

In the hospital bed she lay, Coll. Works ii. 1

In the night my passion fancies, Coll. Works i. 175

In the sorrow of the silence of the sunset, Coll. Works ii. 25

In the spring, in the loud lost places, Coll. Works iii. 211

In the storm that divides the wild night, Coll. Works i. 48

In the ways of the North and the South, Coll. Works i. 144

“I thought I was worth something!” Yes, you are, Chicago May, I viii

Into the inmost agony of things, Coll. Works iii. 115

In vain I sit by Kandy Lake, Coll. Works iii. 21

I, of the Moderns, have let alone Greek, Coll. Works ii. 145

I practice then, with conscious power, Coll. Works ii. 179

I saw in a trance or a vision, Coll. Works ii. 53

I saw the Russian peasants build a ring, Coll. Works i. 180

I scorn the thousand subtle points, Coll. Works ii. 151

I see the centuries wax and wane, Coll. Works i. 207

I shall not tell thee that I love thee, Coll. Works i. 222

Isis am I, and from my life are fed, Coll. Works i. 228

Isis am I, and from my life are fed, Coll. Works i. 262

Is it for this you gorge and swill—to mask, Chicago May, I v

Is it your glance that told me? Nay, Coll. Works iii. 2

Is love indeed eternal? Coll. Works ii. 85

Is there a soul behind the mask? Coll. Works iii. 6

I stole her money, even then to prove, Coll. Works ii. 84

I stood within Death's gate, Coll. Works i. 202

It has often been pointed out, Coll. Works ii. 58

I think, Sir, that I have you still, Coll. Works ii. 157

I think the souls of many men are here, Coll. Works i. 44

It is a commonplace of scientific men that metaphysics is mostly moonshine, Coll. Works ii. 258

It is a lamentable circumstance, Coll. Works ii. 185

It is fitting that I, Ambrose, Coll. Works ii. 212

It is loftily amusing to the student, Coll. Works ii. 203

It is summer and sun on the sea, Coll. Works i. 177

It is the seasonable sun of spring, Coll. Works i. 202

It matters little whether we, Coll. Works ii. 170

It may be that pure Nought will fail, Coll. Works ii. 177

It may possibly be objected by the censorious, Coll. Works ii. 189

It poisons me to think such thoughts: they mar, Chicago May, I xiii

It really seemed as if fate was against him, Coll. Works ii. 228

It shall be said, when all is done, Coll. Works iii. 113

It should be clearly understood, Coll. Works ii. 254

It thank you, M. Davenport! Coll. Works iii. 26

I took another way to shield my love, Coll. Works ii. 65

I took three Hottentots alive, Coll. Works ii. 102

It's rather hard, isn't it, sir, Coll. Works ii. 145

It was impossible that she should come, Coll. Works ii. 74

I've talked too long: you're very good, Coll. Works ii. 183

I was a fool to hide it, Coll. Works iii. 8

I was most weary of my work, Coll. Works ii. 67

I was so hopeless that I turned away, Coll. Works ii. 65

I will not, and you will not. Stay! Coll. Works iii. 12

I will not bring abuse to point my pen, Coll. Works ii. 5

I will not now invite attack, Coll. Works ii. 151

I will not shake thy hand, old man, Coll. Works ii. 1

I will not waste my own time and that of my readers, Coll. Works ii. 254

JEHJAOUR was a mighty magician, Coll. Works ii. 226

Just and the fletcher shapes his shaft, Coll. Works ii. 46

KHEPHRA, thou Beetle-headed God, Coll. Works iii. 17

Kiss me, O sister, kiss me down to death! Coll. Works iii. 121

Know ye my children? From the old strong breast, Coll. Works iii. 149

LADY, awake the dread abyss, Coll. Works iii. 15

Last night -- but the boy shrieked, Coll. Works ii. 71

Lay them together for the sake of Love, Coll. Works i. 37

Leah Sublime, Leah Sublime

Let me give a rapid resume of what we have gone through, Coll. Works ii. 260

Let me help Babu Chander Grish up, Coll. Works ii. 148

Let me pass out beyond the city gate, Coll. Works i. 30

Let no ill memory of an ancient wrong, Coll. Works i. 71

Let the far music of oblivious years, Coll. Works iii. 161

Let us first destroy the argument of fools, Coll. Works ii. 153

'Leven o' th' clock! Plague take these lovers! Coll. Works iii. 68

Libertine touches of small fingers, Coll. Works i. 208

Lie still, O love, and let there be delight, Coll. Works iii. 64

Life hidden in death, Coll. Works iii. 144

Lift up thine eyes! for night is shed around, Coll. Works i. 90

Lift up thine head, disastrous Jezebel, Coll. Works i. 180

Lift up this love of peace and bliss, Coll. Works ii. 110

Light in the sky, Coll. Works i. 242

Light shed from seaward over breakers, Coll. Works ii. 105

Like leaves that fall before the sullen wind, Coll. Works i. 129

Like memories of love they come, Coll. Works iii. 96

Like pensive cattle couched upon the sand, Coll. Works ii. 16

Like salt pools in a marsh her sin is, soiled, Chicago May, I ii

Like snows on the mountain, Coll. Works i. 55

Linked in the tiny shelf upon the ship, Coll. Works ii. 77

Listen! The venerable monk pursued, Coll. Works iii. 104

"Listen to the Jataka!" said the Buddha, Coll. Works ii. 225

Lo! in the interstellar space of night, Coll. Works iii. 155

Long days and nights succeeded in despair, Coll. Works i. 16

Look now it leaps towards the leaper's curl, Coll. Works iii. 119

Love comes to flit, a spark of steel, Coll. Works iii. 113

Lured by the loud big-breasted courtesan, Coll. Works ii. 36

Lust, impotence, and knowledge of thy soul, Coll. Works i. 116

MAKE me a rose leaf with your mouth, Coll. Works iii. 4

Man's days are dim, his deeds are dust, Coll. Works i. 8

Mary, Mary, subtle and softly breathing, Coll. Works iii. 61

May I who know so bitterly the tedium of this truly dreadful poem, Coll. Works iii. 126

Mere terror struck into our souls, Coll. Works ii. 81

Mightiest Self! Supreme in Self-Contentment, Coll. Works ii. 23

Mild glimpses of the quiet moon, Coll. Works iii. 146

Mistress and maiden and mother, Coll. Works ii. 29

Mistress, I pray thee, when the wind, Coll. Works i. 184

Moreover (just a word) this chance, Coll. Works iii. 18

Mortal distrust of mortal happiness, Coll. Works i. 182

Mortals are not for nectar all the time, Coll. Works ii. 80

Mortals never learn from stories, Coll. Works i. 156

My beauty in thy deep pure love, Coll. Works i. 108

My comedy has changed its blithe aspect, Coll. Works ii. 74

My dreams are sweet, Coll. Works i. 14

My head is split. The crashing axe, Coll. Works iii. 85

My heavy hair upon my olive skin, Coll. Works i. 6

My home is set between two ivory towers, Coll. Works ii. 2

My little lady light o' limb, Coll. Works iii. 116

My soul is aching with the sense of sound, Coll. Works i. 113

NAKED as dawn, the purpose of the hour, Coll. Works i. 157

Nathless she locked her cabin door, Coll. Works ii. 78

Nay, ere ye pass your people pass, Coll. Works ii. 35

"Nay! that were nothing," say you now, Coll. Works iii. 11

Night brings madness, Coll. Works i. 173

Night, like a devil, with lidless eyes, Coll. Works iii. 90

Night the voluptuous, night the chaste, Coll. Works iii. 88

Nine times I kissed my love in her sleep, Coll. Works i. 183

Nine voices that raise high the eternal hymn, Coll. Works i. 215

No higher? No higher? Coll. Works iii. 24

No! on the other hand the Buddha, Coll. Works ii. 147

No passion stirs the cool white throat of her, Coll. Works i. 168

Norah, my wee shy child of wonderment, Coll. Works iii. 61

Nor can I see what sort of gain, Coll. Works ii. 172

North, by the ice-belt, Coll. Works i. 93

Not a word to introduce my introduction, Coll. Works ii. 141

Note from this day no possible event, Coll. Works ii. 81

Not winged forms, nor powers of air, Coll. Works i. 74

Now (higher on the Human Ladder), Coll. Works ii. 210

Now is our sin requited of the Lord, Coll. Works i. 66

Now is the gold gone of the year, Coll. Works iii. 188

Now on the land the woods are green, Coll. Works i. 120

Now the great elephant strode with lordly footsteps in the forest, Coll. Works ii. 227

Now the road widens and grows darker still, Coll. Works iii. 180

Now, when the sun falls in the dismal sky, Coll. Works ii. 85

Now your grave eyes are filled with tears, Coll. Works iii. 11

O BLUEBELL of the inmost wood, Coll. Works iii. 14

O body pale and beautiful with sin, Coll. Works i. 117

O chainless Love, the frost is in my brain, Coll. Works i. 109

O coiled and constricted and chosen, Coll. Works ii. 96

O crimson cheeks of love's fierce fever, Coll. Works i. 171

Of all Earth's hateful names I most abhor, Chicago May, I ix

Of course I might have know it was a lie, ii.74

O friends and brothers, Coll. Works ii. 127

O good St. Patrick, turn again, Coll. Works ii. 48

O Gretchen, when the morn is gray, Coll. Works i. 243

O happy of mortals, Coll. Works ii. 103

Oh! I had such a bad dream, Coll. Works i. 58

Oh, she's not vicious! All the world delights in, Chicago May, I xii

"Oh, very well!" I think you say, Coll. Works ii. 160

O if these words were sword, Coll. Works i. 167

O iron, bow to silver's piercing note! Coll. Works iii. 183

O kissable Tarshitering! the wild bird calls its mate -- and I? Coll. Works iii. 87

O Lesbian maiden, Coll. Works ii. 6

O light in Light! O flashing wings of fire! Coll. Works iii. 199

O light of Apollo! Coll. Works iii. 200

O Lord our God, Coll. Works i. 24

O love! and were I with thee ever! Coll. Works iii. 3

O Love! Pure mystery of life, Coll. Works i. 247

O lover, I am lonely here, Coll. Works ii. 109

O Man of Sorrows: brother unto Grief, Coll. Works i. 207

O master of the ring of love, Coll. Works i. 179

O mortal, tossed on life's unceasing ocean, Coll. Works ii. 107

O Mother of Love, Coll. Works i. 17

One day from landing, Coll. Works ii. 80

One way sets free, Coll. Works ii. 53

On his couch Imperial Alpin, Coll. Works i. 101

O Night! the very mother of us all, Coll. Works i. 34

On rocky mountain bare, Coll. Works i. 43

O Rose of dawn! O star of evening! Coll. Works iii. 39

O rosy star, Coll. Works i. 22

O Self Divine! O Living Lord of Me. Coll. Works ii. 20

O sleep of lazy love, be near, Coll. Works ii. 115

O tearless sorrow of long years, Coll. Works ii. 82

O the deep wells and springs of tears! Coll. Works iii. 63

O the gloom of these distasteful tomes, Coll. Works iii. 25

O there is edged the waning moon, Coll. Works iii. 36

O the time of dule and teen, Coll. Works i. 87

O thou, of Angels fairest and most wise, Coll. Works ii. 15

O triple form of darkness! Sombre splendour! Coll. Works iii. 177

Our hair deep laden with the scent of earth, Coll. Works iii. 141

Our love takes on a tinge of melancholy, Coll. Works ii. 84

Out of the seething cauldron of my woes, Coll. Works i. 202

Out of the waters of the sea, Coll. Works i. 79

Over a sea like stained glass, Coll. Works ii. 111

Over the western water lies a solar fire, Coll. Works i. 214

O virgin! O my sister! Hear me, death! Coll. Works iii. 102

O voice of sightless magic, Coll. Works i. 103

O what pale thoughts like gum exude, Coll. Works iii. 12

O who shall overcome this earth, Coll. Works ii. 47

O world of moonlight, Coll. Works i. 205

PALE vapors lie like phantoms on the sea, Coll. Works i. 122

Paolo ignites, Francesca is consumed, Coll. Works iii. 120

Perfectly sad and perfectly resolved, Coll. Works iii. 114

Peintre, que ton amour inspire, Coll. Works i. 129

Pilgrim of the sun, be this thy script, Coll. Works ii. 121

Poor child, poor child, how are you? Coll. Works i. 62

Pray do not ask me where I stand, Coll. Works ii. 146

Pure hate is like pure love, a calm, a flow, Chicago May, I iii

QUITE careless whether golden gales, Coll. Works ii. 76

RAIN, rain in May. The river sadly flows, Coll. Works i. 116

Recall, my soul, the sight we twain have looked upon, Coll. Works ii. 17

Red is the angry sunset, Coll. Works ii. 5

Rest, like a star at sea, Coll. Works i. 45

Roll, strong life-current of these very veins, Coll. Works iii. 171

Roll through the caverns of matter, Coll. Works i. 211

Rose of the World! Coll. Works iii. 51

Rose of the world! Ay, love, in that warm hour, Coll. Works iii. 91

Rose on the breast of the world of spring, Coll. Works iii. 64

SACRED, between the serpent fangs of pain, Coll. Works i. 199

1. Sakkaya-ditthi. Belief in a "soul," Coll. Works ii. 249

"Scepticus." Well, my dear Babu, I trust you have slept well, Coll. Works ii. 267

Second, your facts are neatly put, Coll. Works ii. 210

Seed of Abel, eat, drink, sleep, Coll. Works ii. 15

Self-damned, the leprous moisture of thy veins sickens the sunshine, i.115

Senseless the eyes: the brow bereft of sense, Coll. Works iii. 122

Shall beauty avail thee, Carytid, crouched, Coll. Works iii. 112

She dared not come into my room to-night, Coll. Works ii. 73

She grew most fearful, ii 73

She lay within the water, Coll. Works i. 7

She never lets me from her sight an hour, Chicago May, I xi

She sits and screams above the folk of peace, Coll. Works iii. 119

She was more graceful than the royal palm, Coll. Works ii. 65

Show by thy magic art, Coll. Works iii. 168

Sibyl says nothing -- she's a Sphinx! Coll. Works iii. 19

Sidonia the Sorceress! I revel in her amber skin, Coll. Works i. 178

Sing, happy nightingale, sing, Coll. Works i. 124

Sing, little bird, it is dawn, Coll. Works i. 14

Six days. Creation took no longer, Coll. Works i. 226

Sleep, O deep splendor of disastrous years, Coll. Works ii. 82

Slow wheels of unbegotten hate, Coll. Works i. 145

Small coffin-worms that burrow in thy brain, Coll. Works ii. 8

Snow-hills and streams, dew-diamonded, Coll. Works i. 14

So faded all the dream, Coll. Works iii. 169

So far at least. I must concede, Coll. Works ii. 181

So far my pen has touched with vivid truth, Coll. Works iii. 46

So fearful is the wrath divine, Coll. Works ii. 120

So have the days departed, Coll. Works i. 127

So here is my tribute -- a jolly good strong 'un, Coll. Works ii. 168

So, love, not thus for your and me! Coll. Works iii. 13

Some lives complain of their own happiness, Coll. Works i. 194

Some sins assume a garb so fine and white, Coll. Works i. 132

Sometimes I think my blood in waves appears, Coll. Works ii. 18

Some years ago I thought to try, Coll. Works ii. 178

So much when philosophy's lacteal river, Coll. Works ii. 168

So not one word derogatory, Coll. Works ii. 152

So now the Earl was well a-weary, Coll. Works ii. 49

Sophie! I loved her, tenderly at worst, Coll. Works i. 194

(1) Sorrow. -- Existence is Sorrow, Coll. Works ii. 245

So since in England Christ still stands, Coll. Works ii. 147

So, with permission, let us be, Coll. Works ii. 151

Speak, O my sister, O my spouse, speak, Coll. Works iii. 64

Spell-bound we sat: the vivid violin, Coll. Works iii. 123

Spirit of the Gods! O single, Coll. Works i. 152

Still grave, my budding Arahat? Coll. Works iii. 8

Substantial, stern, and strong, Coll. Works iii. 182

Surely, my God, now I am left alone, Coll. Works i. 78

Surely the secret whisper of sweet life, Coll. Works iii. 113

Sweet are the swift hard struggles, Coll. Works ii. 79

Sweet, do you scold? I had rather have you scold, Coll. Works iii. 62

Sweet, sweet are May and June, dear, Coll. Works i. 230

Swift and subtle and thin are the arrows of Art, Coll. Works iii. 112

Syrinx is caught upon the Arcadian field, Coll. Works iii. 119

TAKE Oscar Eckenstein -- he climbs, Coll. Works ii. 210

Tender the phrase, and faint the melody, Coll. Works i. 249

Tender the smile, and faint the lover's sigh, Coll. Works i. 249

Terror, and darkness, and horrid despair, Coll. Works ii. 1

That which is highest as the deep, Coll. Works i. 34

The ashen sky, too sick for sleep, Coll. Works ii. 12

The conqueror rides at last, Coll. Works i. 85

The constant ripple of your long white hands, Coll. Works i. 113

The crown of Gods and mortals within, Coll. Works ii. 141

The essential features of Buddhism, Coll. Works ii. 244

The eternal spring is in the heart of youth, Coll. Works iii. 116

The Evolution of things is thus described by the Qabalists, Coll. Works i. 265

The figure of the Marquis of Glenstrae, Coll. Works iii. 38

The foolish bells with their discordant clang, Coll. Works i. 202

The fragrant gateways of the dawn, Coll. Works i. 204

The frosty fingers of the wind, Coll. Works iii. 62

The ghosts of abject days flit by, Coll. Works i. 211

(The great sow snores.) Ah, but she holds me still, Chicago May, I x

The Hand. From mystery that is cloud, control, Coll. Works iii. 115

The heart of a man as the sea, Coll. Works i. 68

The hearts of Greeks with sharper flames, Coll. Works ii. 109

The heavy hand is held, Coll. Works iii. 143

The incense steams before the Christ, Coll. Works i. 52

The inexpiable fate whose shuddering wing, Coll. Works ii. 78

The Khing-Ghost is abroad. His spectre legions, Coll. Works iii. 107

The king was silent, Coll. Works i. 186

The keystone of this arch of misery, Coll. Works i. 164

The large pale limbs of the earth, Coll. Works i. 68

The law of causation is formally identical with this, Coll. Works ii. 249

The life, by angels; touch divinely lifted, Coll. Works i. 31

The life to live? The thought to think, Coll. Works ii. 144

The light streams stronger through the lamps of sense, Coll. Works iii. 95

The little money that we had to spend, Coll. Works ii. 83

The magical task and the labour is ended, Coll. Works iii. 200

The Meeting-House of the Brethren Gathered Together To The Name Of The Lord Jesus, Coll. Works iii. 46

The mere result of all this was a dream, Coll. Works ii. 67

The metaphysics of these verses, Coll. Works ii. 170

The mighty sound of forests, Coll. Works i. 51

The mind with visions clouded, Coll. Works i. 50

The moon spans Heaven's architrave, Coll. Works ii. 63

The night is void of stars: the moon is full, Coll. Works iii. 62

The "Nineteenth Mahakalpa" brought out its April Number, Coll. Works ii. 230

Then let no memory shrink abashed, Coll. Works iii. 10

Then one-third of all humanity are steady, Coll. Works ii. 156

The note of the silence is changed, Coll. Works iii. 15

The old sun rolls; the old earth spins, Coll. Works iii. 111

The physiologist reproaches, Coll. Works ii. 209

The poet slept. His fingers twine, Coll. Works iii. 89

The polished silver flings me back, Coll. Works ii. 121

The premiss major. Life at best, Coll. Works ii. 171

The premiss minor. I deplore, Coll. Works ii. 176

The prophecies are spoken in vain, Coll. Works ii. 81

The purpose of this essay, Coll. Works ii. 244

Therefore I burnt the wicked pentacle, Coll. Works ii. 66

Therefore poor Crowley lights his pipe, Coll. Works ii. 210

There is a bare bleak headland which the sea, Coll. Works i. 46

There is a lake amid the snows, Coll. Works ii. 174

There is an eye through which the Kabbalist, Coll. Works iii. 17

There is an idol in my house, Coll. Works iii. 97

There is a sense of passion after death, Coll. Works i. 182

There is much sorcery in the word eleven, Coll. Works ii. 68

There is no hell but earth, Coll. Works ii. 53

"There is only one more birth," he groaned, Coll. Works ii. 229

There leapt upon a breach and laughed, Coll. Works iii. 101

There was no secret cave, Coll. Works ii. 70

The rose of the springtime that bended, Coll. Works ii. 72

The roses of the world are sad, Coll. Works ii. 71

The schoolboy drudges through his Greek, Coll. Works iii. 63

The scorpion kisses and the stings of sin, Coll. Works i. 54

The seas that lap the sand, Coll. Works i. 46

The Second Precept is directed against theft, Coll. Works ii. 193

These portraits, darling, are they yours? Coll. Works iii. 10

The serpent glimmered through the primal tree, Coll. Works iii. 121

These strictures must include the liar, Coll. Works ii. 248

The seven Wise Men of Martaban, Coll. Works iii. 103

The ship to the breezes is bended, 1, 220

The solemn hour, and the magnetic swoon, Coll. Works i. 180

The sound of the hammer and steel, Coll. Works ii. 92

The spears of the night at her onset, Coll. Works iii. 93

The story as it runs is this, Coll. Works ii. 182

The story of a fool, Coll. Works ii. 53

The strange look of a woman of the town, Coll. Works ii. 19

The sun of love shone through my love's deep eyes, Coll. Works ii. 9

The sword is made sharp in our hands, Coll. Works i. 70

The sword that was broken is perfect, Coll. Works iii. 58

The Three Characteristics, Coll. Works ii. 246

The third time bitterly came reason back, Coll. Works ii. 79

The unutterable void of Hell is stirred, Coll. Works i. 185

The valleys, that are splendid, Coll. Works i. 174

The vault of purple that I strove, Coll. Works i. 29

The veil o' th' mist of the quiet wood is lifted to the seer's gaze, Coll. Works iii. 117

The Virgin lies at Bethlehem, Coll. Works ii. 14

The wail of the wind in the desolate land, Coll. Works i. 49

The wandering waters move about the world, Coll. Works i. 96

The wand of Hermes, the caduceus wonder-working, Coll. Works iii. 132

The water pot is broken at the well, Coll. Works iii. 121

The waving surf shone from the Peaceful Sea, Coll. Works ii. 64

The Winged Bull that dwelled in the north, Coll. Works ii. 33

The woodland hollows know us, Coll. Works ii. 75

The woods are very quiet, Coll. Works i. 36

The world is borne upon thy breast, Coll. Works ii. 130

The world is dusk, expectant of its doom, Coll. Works i. 47

The world moves not, Coll. Works i. 32

The worst of meals is that we have to meet, Coll. Works i. 181

The young men are girded with swords, Coll. Works i. 72

This forbids the taking life in any form, Coll. Works ii. 192

This is my hour of peace; the great sow snores, Chicago May, I i

This is my point; the world lies bleeding, Coll. Works ii. 157

This meditation differs fundamentally from the usual Hindu methods, ii. 252

This precept, against adultery, Coll. Works ii. 193

This prescription has been made up before, sir, Coll. Works iii. 44

This, then, is what I deem occurred, Coll. Works ii. 182

This time she set her will against my will, Coll. Works ii. 75

Those who are most familiar with the spirit of fair play which pervades our great public schools, Coll. Works iii. 219

Thou fair Republic oversea afar, Coll. Works i. 136

Thou knowest, O Love, Coll. Works ii. 83

Thou Sun, whose swift desire to-day is dull, Coll. Works i. 39

Thrill with lissome lust of the light, Magick in Theory and Practice

Through fields of foam ungarnered, Coll. Works i. 149

Thus all conceptions fail and fall, Coll. Works ii. 172

Thus, in Ascension, you and I, Coll. Works ii. 152

Thy brazen forehead, and its lustre gloom Coll. Works i. 166

To-day thrice halves the lunar week, Coll. Works ii. 164

To die amid the blossoms of the frost, Coll. Works i. 135

To love you, Love, is all my happiness, Coll. Works i. 181

To-night I tread the unsubstantial way, Coll. Works i. 196

To return from our little digression to the original plan of our essay, Coll. Works ii. 256

To sea! To sea! The ship is trim, Coll. Works iii. 5

Towards the mountains and the night, Coll. Works i. 89

To what God should he appeal? Coll. Works ii. 226

Truth, like old Gaul, is split in three, Coll. Works iii. 3

Turn back from safety: in my love abide, Coll. Works i. 133

"Truth, that's the gold!" Coll. Works ii. 144

'Twas dark when church was out! Coll. Works iii. 60

Twilight is over, Coll. Works i. 53

ULYSSES 'scaled the sorceries of that queen, Coll. Works i. 121

Under the stars the die was cast to win, Coll. Works iii. 65

Under the summer leaves, Coll. Works ii. 7

Unity uttermost showed, Coll. Works iii. 209

Unto what likeness shall I liken thee, Coll. Works i. 114

Unwilling as I am to sap the foundations, Coll. Works ii. 192

Upheaved from Chaos, Coll. Works ii. 33

Upon the toilet-table stand in rows, Chicago May, I vi

Up, up, my bride! Away to ride, Coll. Works iii. 56

Velvet soft the night-star glowed, The Equinox, I i

WAKE, fairy maid, for the day, Coll. Works i. 14

Was it a sense of uttermost relief, Coll. Works ii. 83

Was thy fault to be too tender, Coll. Works ii. 3

Waters that weep upon the barren shore, Coll. Works ii. 26

We fear indeed that in the trap, Coll. Works ii. 99

We have forgotten all the days of fear, Coll. Works ii. 80

We know what fools (only) call, Coll. Works ii. 169

We lost a day! Nor kisses, nor regret, Coll. Works ii. 78

Well, but another way remains, Coll. Works ii. 155

Well have I said, "O God, Thou art, Coll. Works i. 193

Well, I am lost! The whistle brings no hound, Coll. Works i. 259

"M." Well, Scepticus, are your restored to health? Coll. Works ii. 262

We ride upon the fury of the blast, Coll. Works i. 47

What ails thee, earth? Coll. Works ii. 31

What change of language! Ah, my dear, Coll. Works iii. 18

What is my soul? The shadow of my will, Coll. Works i. 194

What makes God then of all the curses, Coll. Works ii. 17

What power or fascination lie, Coll. Works i. 180

What sadness closes in between, Coll. Works iii. 2

What words are these that shudder through my sleep, Coll. Works i. 103

When a battle is all but lost and won, Coll. Works ii. 270

When, at the awful Judgment-day, God stands, Coll. Works iii. 115

Whence the black lands shudder, Coll. Works ii. 55

When first your raven beauty made me fond, Vanity Fair, February 1916, 63

When God bethought Him, Coll. Works i. 10

When God uplifted hands to smite, Coll. Works i. 82

When I go to take Pansil, Coll. Works ii. 194

When illegitimate criticism is met with a smart swing on the point of the jaw, Coll. Works iii. 109

When I think of the hundreds of women, Coll. Works i. 195

When the chill of earth black-breasted, Coll. Works ii. 283

When the countenance fair, Coll. Works i. 76

When the wearily falling blossom of midnight, Coll. Works iii. 67

Where, in the coppice, oak and pine, Coll. Works i. 169

Where was light when thy body came, Coll. Works ii. 9

Whether we adopt Herbert Spencer's dictum, Coll. Works ii. 250

Who art thou, love, by what sweet name I quicken? Coll. Works iii. 169

Who is Love, that he should find me as I strive, Coll. Works i. 45

Who is that slinkard moping down the street, Coll. Works iii. 99

Who is this maiden robed for a bride, Coll. Works i. 237

Why did you smile when the summer was dying, Coll. Works i. 113

Why is thy back made stiff, unrighteous priest, Coll. Works i. 141

Will you not come: the unequal fever, Coll. Works iii. 4

Will you not learn to separate, Coll. Works iii. 7

Wild pennons of sunrise the splendid, Coll. Works i. 218

With calm and philosophic mind, Coll. Works ii. 169

With feet set terribly dancing, Coll. Works ii. 36

Within the forest gloom, Coll. Works i. 15

With this our "Christian" parents marred, Coll. Works i. 194

Woe is me! the brow of a brazen morning, Coll. Works iii. 215

Would God that I were dead, Coll. Works ii. 124

YE rivers, and ye elemental caves, Coll. Works i. 197

Yes! it's all so blessed and romantic, my dear, thank the Lord! Coll. Works iii. 46

"Yes!" said Ganesha gloomily, Coll. Works ii. 226

Yes, there are other phases, dear! Coll. Works iii. 9

Yet by-and-by I hope to weave, Coll. Works ii. 146

Yet ere the stars paled slowly in the east, Coll. Works ii. 79

Yet God created (did he not?), Coll. Works ii. 158

"You are sad!" the Knight said, Coll. Works ii. 140

You are silent. That we always were, Coll. Works iii. 2

You buy my spirit with those peerless eyes, Coll. Works i. 132

You do not well to swell the list, Coll. Works ii. 182

You laughing little light of wickedness, Coll. Works iii. 114

"You're a muddler and an idiot!" Coll. Works ii. 227

You see I do not base my thesis, Coll. Works ii. 161

You see, when I was young, they said, Coll. Works ii. 153

You will not believe what I tell you? Coll. Works iii. 41

You weary me with proof enough, Coll. Works ii. 178

ZOHRA the king by feathered fans, Coll. Works ii. 38

Zounds, man! have a care with thy goings, Coll. Works iii. 69

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