here ItOpens - Poems by Poet starting with L
D H Lawrence
 ShadowsAnd if tonight my soul may find her peace
 We Are TransmittersAs we live, we are transmitters of life
 The Collier's WifeSomebody's Knockin' at th' door
 The BrideMy love looks like a girl tonight
 The Song of a Man who has Cvome ThroughNot I, not I, but the wind that blows through me!
 KangarooIn the northern hemisphere
 Mountain LionClimbing through the January snow, into the Lobo Canyon
 We Are TransmittersAs we live, we are transmitters of life
 Self-PityI never saw a wild thing
 The Gazelle CalfThe gazelle calf, O my children
 Little FishThe tiny fish enjoy themselves
 The Mosquito KnowsThe mosquito knows full well, small as he is
 Stand Up!Stand up, but not for Jesus!
 ShadowsAnd if tonighht my soul may find her peace
Alun Lewis
 All Day it has RainedAll day it has rained, and we on the edge of the moors
Wyndham Lewis
 The Song of the Militant RomanceAgain let me do a lot of extraordinary talking
 The Song of the Militant RomanceAgain let me do a lot of extraordinary talking
Malcom Lowry
 He Liked the DeadAs the poor end of each dead day drew near
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