here ItOpens - Poems by First Line starting with Non-alpha
The Lobster QuadrilleLewis Carroll"Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail,
The Spider And The FlyMary Howitt"Will you walk into my parlor?" said the spider to the fly;
Her SisterMoira O'Neill'Brigid is a Caution, sure!' - What's that ye say?
The Sergeant's Weddin'Rudyard Kipling'E was warned agin 'er
The GeneralSiegfried Sassoon'Good-morning; good-morning!' the General said
The Drove-RoadWilfrid Gibson'Twas going to snow - 'twas snowing! Curse his luck!
Danny DeeverRudyard Kipling'What are the bugles blowin' for?' said Files-on-Parade
Siegfried Sassoon'When I'm alone' - the words tripped off his tongue
The GhostWalter de la Mare'Who knocks?' 'I who was beutiful
He Fell Among ThievesSir Henry Newbolt'Ye have robbed,' said he, 'ye have slaughtered and made an end
Father WilliamLewis Carroll'You are old, Father William,' the young man said,
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