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LibriVox – Year 2009 Masterlist

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My other projects for 2009 are listed after the Weekly Poetry. Click here to view that list.

Short Weekly Poetry
(In chronological order, by week ending)
01. Listening by D.H. Lawrence
02. A Canadian Folk-Song by W.W.Campbell
03. Home By Anne Brontë
04. Evening Star by Edgar Allan Poe
05. Auld Lang Syne by Robert Burns
06. The Moon is a Painter by Vachel Lindsay
07. I Saw the Sun at Midnight, Rising Red by Joseph Mary Plunkett
08. Bag-Pipes at Sea by Clinton Scollard
09. The Traveller-heart by Vachel Lindsay
10. Thaw by Edward Thomas
11. Life by Charlotte Brontë
12. A Song in Spring by Thomas S. Jones, Jr.
13. The Potato’s Dance by Vachel Lindsay
14. Home Thoughts From Abroad by Robert Browning
15. Flood-Tide Of Flowers by Henry Van Dyke
16. Echo By Christina Rossetti
17. Success by Rupert Brooke
18. A Boy’s Song by James Hogg
19. The Moon by James Russell Lowell
20. While Gazing on the Moon’s Light by Thomas Moore
21. Ode (Bards of Passion and of Mirth) by John Keats
22. My True Love by Sir Philip Sidney
23. The Great Panjandrum Himself by Samuel Foote
24. Forgiveness by George William Russell
25. When I Was One And Twenty by A. E. Housman
26. Life’s Tragedy by Paul Laurence Dunbar
27. The Publisher by C.J. Dennis
28. Drink to Her by Sir Thomas Moore
29. A Letter From A Girl To Her Own Old Age by Alice Meynell
30. When First I Came Here by Edward Thomas
31. Summer Evening by John Clare
32. Business by Ambrose Bierce
33. Gifts by James Thomson
34. The Australian Sunrise by James Lister Cuthbertson
35. Retort by Paul Laurence Dunbar
36. A Channel Passage by Rupert Brooke
37. A Song of a Young Lady to Her Ancient Lover by John Wilmot
38. In The Morning Of Life by Thomas Moore
39. Adlestrop by Edward Thomas
40. Down the Bayou by Mary Ashley Townsend
41. Lullaby by Louisa May Alcott
42. Through the Wood by E. Nesbit
43. History of a Life by Barry Cornwall
44. Parting by Charlotte Brontë
45. The Explanation by Rudyard Kipling
46. The Soldier by Rupert Brooke
47. ‘Tis the Last Rose of Summer by Sir Thomas Moore
48. Winter by Robert Louis Stevenson
49. In the Rain by William Wetmore Story
50. Velvet Shoes by Elinor Wylie
51. Lines by Percy Bysshe Shelley
52. Snow-Flakes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
53. Winter by William Shakespeare

Other projects I have participated in during 2009, either solo or as a collaborator.

On the Nature of Things by Lucretius, translated by John Selby Watson. (Non-Fiction)
Sections claimed; 4, Book 2, pt 1 / 5, Book 2, pt 2 / 6, Book 2, pt 3

Betsey and I Are Out by Will Carleton

Short Poetry Collection 078
Eldorado by Edgar Allan Poe and Requiem by Robert Louis Stevenson

How Betsey and I Made Up by Will Carleton

Short Poetry Collection 080
Azure and Gold by Amy Lowell and Corporal Stare by Robert Graves

The Last Buccaneer by Thomas Babbington Macaulay

Short Poetry Collection 083
Alchemy by Sara Teasdale and Sonnet XLIII by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

We Have Been Friends Together by Caroline Norton

Multilingual Christmas Short Works Collection 2009 (Various)
This collection is for poems, songs and short stories in any language with a Christmas theme.
I chose the poem entitled “Christmas Day” by Hartley Coleridge for this collection

Parady on “The Golden Days of good Queen Bess” by Sir John Carr

Music On Christmas Morning by Anne Brontë

A Visit from St. Nicholas by Clement Clarke Moore, this poem is more commonly known today as ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.

(Various) = fiction, non-fiction &/or poetry is included within this book.
*project not yet published/catalogued.