Selected Poems (C. A. Smith)


Selected Poems (C. A. Smith)

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name = Selected Poems
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image_caption = Dust jacket by Gary Gore for "Selected Poems"
author = Clark Ashton Smith
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cover_artist = Gary Gore
country = United States
language = English
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subject =
genre = poetry
publisher = Arkham House
release_date = 1971
english_release_date =
media_type = Print (Hardback)
pages = xx, 403 pp
isbn = NA
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"Selected Poems" is a collection of poems by Clark Ashton Smith. It was released in 1971 by Arkham House in an edition of 2,118 copies. The collection also includes several translations of French and Spanish poems. Christophe des Laurieres and Clérigo Herrero, however, are not real people, and the poems are actually compositions of Smith's.

Contents

"Selected Poems" contains the following:

# "Clark Ashton Smith: Emperor of Shadows", by Benjamin DeCasseres
# The Star-Treader and Other Poems
#* "Nero"
#* "Chant to Sirius"
#* "The Star-Treader"
#* "The Night Forest"
#* "The Mad Wind"
#* "Medusa"
#* "Ode to the Abyss"
#* "The Butterfly"
#* "The Price"
#* "The Meaning"
#* "The Last Night"
#* "Odeon Imagination"
#* "The Maze of Sleep"
#* "The Winds"
#* "A Masque of Forsaken Gods"
#* "A Sunset"
#* "The Summer Moon"
#* "The Return of Hyperion"
#* "Lethe"
#* "Atlantis"
#* "The Unremembered"
#* "The Eldritch Dark"
#* "The Cherry-Snows"
#* "Nirvana"
#* "White Death"
#* "Retrospect and Forecast"
#* "Shadow of Nightmare"
#* "Song of a Comet"
#* "The Retribution"
#* "To the Darkness"
#* "A Dream of beauty"
#* "Pine Needles"
#* "To the Sun"
#* "Averted Malefice"
#* "The Medusa of the Skies"
#* "A Dead City"
#* "A Song of Dreams"
#* "The Balance"
#* "Saturn"
#* "Finis"
# Additional Early Poems
#* "The Pursuer"
#* "Said the Dreamer"
#* "The City of the Titans"
#* "In the Wind"
#* "Fire of Snow"
#* "To Beauty"
#* "Decadence"
#* "In the Desert"
#* "The Blindness of Orion"
#* "Somnus"
#* "The Nameless Wraith"
#* "Color of Dreams"
#* "The City of Destruction"
#* "Luna Aeternalis"
#* "To the Daemon of Sublimity"
# Ebony and Crystal
#* "Preface", by George Sterling
#* "Arabesque"
#* "Beyond the Great Wall"
#* "To Omar Khayyam"
#* "Strangeness"
#* "The Infinite Quest"
#* "Rosa Mystica"
#* "The Nereid"
#* "In Saturn"
#* "Impression"
#* "Triple Aspect"
#* "Desolation"
#* "A Fragment"
#* "Crepuscule"
#* "Inferno"
#* "Mirrors"
#* "Belated Love"
#* "The Absence of the Muse"
#* "Dissonance"
#* "To Nora May French"
#* "In Lemuria"
#* "Recompense"
#* "Exotique"
#* "Transcendence"
#* "Satiety"
#* "The Ministers of Law"
#* "Coldness"
#* "The Crucifixion of Eros"
#* "The Exile"
#* "Ave Atque Vale"
#* "Song of Sappho's Arabian Daughter"
#* "Solution"
#* "The Tears of Lilith"
#* "A Precept"
#* "Remembered Light"
#* "Song"
#* "Haunting"
#* "The Hidden Paradise"
#* "Cleopatra"
#* "Ecstasy"
#* "A Psalm to the Best Beloved"
#* "Symbols"
#* "The Hashish-Eater"
#* "The Sorrow of the Winds"
#* "Artemis"
#* "Love is Not Yours, Love is Not Mine"
#* "The City in the Desert"
#* "The Melancholy Pool"
#* "The Mirrors of Beauty"
#* "Winter Moonlight"
#* "To the Beloved"
#* "Requiescat"
#* "Mirage"
#* "Inheritance"
#* "Chant of Autumn"
#* "Nevermore"
#* "Echo of Memnon"
#* "Twilight on the Snow"
#* "Image"
#* "The Refuge of Beauty"
#* "Nightmare"
#* "Forgetfulness"
#* "Flamingoes"
#* "The Chimera"
#* "The Incubus of time"
#* "Satan Unrepentant"
#* "The Abyss Triumphant"
#* "The Motes"
#* "The Medusa of Despair"
#* "Laus Mortis"
#* "Noctourne"
#* "The Ghoul and the Seraph"
#* "Metaphor"
#* "Sea-Memory"
#* "At Sunrise"
#* "The Land of Evil Stars"
#* "The Harlot of the World"
#* "Amor Aeternalis"
#* "The Hope of the Infinite"
#* "Palms"
#* "Memnon at Midnight"
#* "Eidolon"
#* "The Kingdom of Shadows"
#* "Requiescat in Pace"
#* "Alexandrines"
#* "Alexandrins"
#* "Ashes of Sunset"
#* "November Twilight"
#* "Sepulture"
#* "Quest"
#* "Beauty Implacable"
#* "A Vision of Lucifer"
#* "Desire of Vastness"
#* "Antepast"
#* "The Witch in the Graveyard"
#* "Memorial"
#* "The Horologue"
#* "'The Last Infirmity'"
#* "The Orchid of Beauty"
#* "The Last Goddess"
#* "The Flight of Azrael"
# Sandalwood
#* "Semblance"
#* "The Song of Aviol"
#* "We Shall Meet"
#* "Forgotten Sorrow"
#* "You Are Not Beautiful"
#* "Lemurienne"
#* "Dissidence"
#* "Sestet"
#* "Change"
#* "Query"
#* "Enigma"
#* "Incognita"
#* "The Secret"
#* "The End of Autumn"
#* "The Love-Potion"
#* "The Song of Cartha"
#* "Afterwards"
#* "Contradiction"
#* "The Last Oblivion"
#* "Autumn Orchards"
#* "Remembrance"
#* "The Wingless Archangels"
#* "Moon Dawn"
#* "Lunar Mystery"
#* "Enchanted Mirrors"
#* "Duality"
#* "A Valediction"
#* "Selenique"
#* "Alienage"
#* "Adventure"
#* "On the Canyon-Side"
#* "Song"
#* "Minatory"
#* "Maya"
#* "Interrogation"
#* "Consolation"
#* "The Barrier"
#* "Apologia"
#* "Estrangement"
#* "Loss"
#* "A Catch"
#* "Don Juan Sings"
#* "On Rereading Baudelaire"
#* "To the Chimera"
# Translations and Paraphrases
#*From Charles P. Baudelaire
#** "Untitled extract from Hymne"
#** "A Parisian Dream"
#** "Hymn to Beauty"
#** "The Ideal"
#** "Semper Eadem"
#** "The Giantess"
#** "Examination at Midnight"
#** "Doubtful Skies"
#** "The Sick Muse"
#** "Moesta et Errabunda"
#** "The Fountain of Blood"
#** "Evening Harmony"
#** "The Spiritual Dawn"
#** "The Wine of Lovers"
#** "The Death of Lovers"
#** "Obsession"
#** "Alchemy of Sorrow"
#** "Sympathetic Horror"
#** "The Owls"
#** "The Phantom"
#** "Mists and Rains"
#** "Sed Non Satiata"
#** "Spleen"
#** "Song of Autumn"
#** "Anterior Life"
#** "Lethe"
#** "The Irremediable"
#** "Beatrice"
#** "The Voice"
#** "The Poison"
#** "The Two Kind Sisters"
#** "The Metamorphoses of the Vampire"
#* From Paul Verlaine
#** "Moonlight"
#** "The Faun"
#** "En Courdine"
#** "IX ("Arlettes Oubliés")"
#** "Crimen Amoris"
#* From Victor Hugo
#** "The Wheel of Omphale"
#* From José-Maria de Heredia"
#** "Oblivion"
#* From Leconte de Lisle
#** "Ecclesiastes"
#** "The Sleep of the Condor"
#* From Pierre Lievre
#** "Elysian Landscape"
#* From Christophe des Laurieres
#** "The Pagan"
#** "Madrigal"
#** "The Nymph"
#** "Chansonette"
#** "An Old Theme"
#** "Classic Epigram"
#** "Exotic Memory"
#** "By the River"
#** "Moments"
#** "Tempus"
#** "Tristan to Iscult"
#** "Concupiscence"
#** "Heliogabalus"
#** "Secret Love"
#** "Psalm"
#** "In Alexandria"
#** "Satiety"
#** "The Whisper of the Worm"
#** "The Funeral Urn"
#** "Mors"
#* From Gustavo Adolpho Béquer
#** "Where?"
#* From Jose A. Calcaño
#** "The Cypress"
#* From Clérigo Herrero
#** "'That Motley Drama'"
# Incantations
#* "La Forteresse"
#* "Outlanders"
#* "The Envoys"
#* "Shadows"
#* "Nyctalops"
#* "On a Chinese Vase"
#* "Jungle Twilight"
#* "The Phoenix"
#* "The Thralls of Circe Climb Parnassus"
#* "To George Sterling: A Valediction"
#* "To George Sterling"
#* "La Mare"
#* "Vaticinations"
#* "The Hill-Top"
#* "The Old Water-Wheel"
#* "Lichens"
#* "Cumuli"
#* "October"
#* "December"
#* "Necromancy"
#* "The Witch With Eyes of Amber"
#* "Lamia"
#* "Dialogue"
#* "In Slumber"
#* "Warning"
#* "The Nightmare Tarn"
#* "Cambion"
#* "Tolometh"
#* "Desert Dweller"
#* "The Prophet Speaks"
#* "A Fable"
#* "Au Bord du Léthé"
#* "L'Espoir du Néant"
#* "Farewell to Eros"
#* "Alternative"
#* "Moly"
#* "Paysage Paîen"
#* "The Outer Land"
#* "A Dream of the Abyss"
#* "To Howard Phillips Lovecraft"
#* "After Armageddon"
#* "Chance"
#* "Ennui"
#* "Apostrophe"
#* "Sonnet"
#* "The Saturnienne"
#* "Revenant"
#* "Une Vie Spectrale"
#* "Song of the Necromancer"
#* "In Thessaly"
#* "Lines on a Picture"
#* "Hellenic Sequel"
#* "Refuge"
#* "Only to One Returned"
#* "But Grant, O Venus"
#* "Town Lights"
#* "Strange Girl"
#* "Some Blind Eidolon"
#* "If Winter Remain"
#* "Pour Chercher du Nouveau"
#* "Antero"
# Quintrains
#* "Attar of the Past"
#* "Passing of an Elder God"
#* "Nightmare of the Lilliputian"
#* "Poets in Hades"
#* "Mummy of the Flower"
#* "The Heron"
#* "Bird of Long Ago"
#* "Mithridates"
#* "Someone"
#* "Late November Evening"
#* "Quiddity"
#* "Epitaph for an Astronomer"
# Sestets
#* "Copyist"
#* "Love and Death"
# Experiments in Haiku
#* Strange Miniatures
#** "Unicorn"
#** "Untold Arabian Fable"
#** "A Hunter Meets the Martichoras"
#** "The Limniad"
#** "The Sciapod"
#** "The Monacle"
#** "Feast of St. Anthony"
#** "Paphnutius"
#** "Philtre"
#** "Borderland"
#** "Lethe"
#** "Perseus and Medusa"
#** "Osysseus in Eternity"
#** "The Ghost of Theseus"
#* Distillations
#** "Fence and Wall"
#** "Growth of Lichen"
#** "Cats in Winter"
#** "Sunlight"
#** "Abandoned Plum-Orchard"
#** "Harvest Evening"
#** "Willow-Cutting in Autumn"
#** "Declining Moon"
#** "Late Pear-Pruner"
#** "Noctournal Pines"
#** "Phallus Impudica"
#** "Stormy Afterglow"
#** "Geese in the Spring Night"
#** "Foggy Night"
#** "Reigning Empress"
#** "The Sparrow's Nest"
#** "The Last Apricot"
#** "Mushroom-Gatherers"
#** "Spring Nunnery"
#** "Nuns Walking in the Orchard"
#** "Improbable Dream"
#** "Crows in Spring"
#** "Slaughter-House in Spring"
#** "High Mountain Juniper"
#** "Storm's End"
#** "Pool at Lobos"
#** "Poet in a Barroom"
#** "Fallen Grape-Leaf"
#** "Slaughter-House Pasture"
#** "Gopher-Hole in an Orchard"
#** "Basin in Boulder"
#** "Indian Acorn-Mortar"
#** "Old Limestone Kiln"
#** "Love in Dreams"
#** "Night of Miletus"
#** "Tryst at Lobos"
#** "Prisoner in Vain"
#** "Mountain Trail"
#** "Future Meeting"
#** "Classic Reminiscence"
#** "Goats and Manzanita-Boughs"
#** "Picture by Piero di Cosimo"
#** "Garden of Priapus"
#** "Bed of Mint"
#** "Chainless Captive"
#** "January Willow"
#** "Snowfall on Acacia"
#** "Flight of the Yellow-Hammer"
#** "Sunset Over Farm-Land"
#** "Flora"
#** "Windows at Lamplighting Time"
#** "Old Hydraulic Diggings"
#** "Hearth on Old Cabin-Site"
#** "Builder of Deserted Hearth"
#** "Aftermath of Mining Days"
#** "River-Canyon"
#* Childhood
#** "School-Room Pastime"
#** "Boys Telling Bawdy Tales"
#** "Water-Flight"
#** "Boys Rob a Yellow-Hammer's Nest"
#** "Grammar-School Vixen"
#** "Girl of Six"
#* Mortal Essences
#** "Snake, Owl, Cat or Hawk"
#** "Cattle Salute the Psychopomp"
#** "Field Behind the Abatoir"
#** "Plague from the Abatoir"
#** "La Mort des Amants"
#** "Vultures Come to the Ambarvalia"
#** "For the Dance of Death"
#** "Berries of the Deadly Nightshade"
#** "Water-Hemlock"
#** "Felo-de-se" of the Parasite"
# Satires and Travesties
#* "Disillusionment"
#* "Almost Anything"
#* "To Whom it May Concern"
#* "Tin Can on the Mountain-Top"
#* "Surrealist Sonnet"
#* "Sonnet for the Psychoanalysts"
#* "Parnassus à la Mode"
#* The Jasmine Girdle
#* "The Nevermore-to-be"
#* "Fantaisie D'Antan"
#* "One Evening"
#* "Trope"
#* "Canticle"
#* "Venus"
#* "November"
#* "Le Miroir des Blanches Fleurs"
#* "Les Marées"
#* "The Autumn Lake"
#* "Winter Moonlight"
#* "To Antares"
#* "Connaissance"
#* "Exorcism"
#* "Calendar"
#* "Madrigal of Evanescence"
#* "September"
#* "Indian Summer"
#* "The Dragon-Fly"
#* "Touch"
#* "Sufficiency"
#* "Ineffability"
#* "Mystery"
#* "Dominion"
#* The Hill of Dionysus
#* "Dancer"
#* "Bacchante"
#* "Wizard's Love"
#* "Resurrection"
#* "Witch Dance"
#* "Paean"
#* "The Knoll"
#* "Interim"
#* "Reverie in August"
#* "Wine of Summer"
#* "Ode"
#* "For an Antique Lyre"
#* "Silent Hour"
#* "To One Absent"
#* "Bond"
#* "The Mime of Sleep"
#* "Madrigal of Memory"
#* "Fragment"
#* "Humors of Love"
#* "Grecian Yesterday"
#* "Yerba Buena"
#* "Sonnet"
#* "'All is Dross That is Not Helena'"
#* "Amor"
#* "The Sorcerer to His Love"
#* "Twilight Song"
#* "Before Dawn"
#* "Amor Hesternalis"
#* "Supplication"
#* "Erato"
#* "The Hill of Dionysus"
#* "Anodyne of Autumn"
#* "Noctourne: Grant Avenue"
#* "Future Pastoral"
#* "Postlude"
#* "Midnight Beach"
#* "Even in Slumber"
#* "De Profundis"
#* "llumination"
#* "Omniety"
#* "From Arcady"
#* "Sea Cycle"
#* "Did You Forget, Enchantress?"
#* "No Stranger Dream"
#* "On the Mount of Stone"
#* "Calenture"
#* "Avowal"

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