Uncollected poems:

Apple Orchard, The
Art of Loss, The
Avalanche, The
Ballet, The
Bug: An Epitaph, The
Certainty of Work, The
Crabs, The
Crazy Ones, The
Falcon, The
Fox Wife, The
Girl in the Tower, The
Gray Catbird, The
Gray Lands, The
How Raven Made His Bride
I Have Walked Alone
Important Question, An
In the Snow Queen’s Castle
Iris, The
Lady Winter
Language of Flowers, The
Lesson Learned from a Sidewalk
Man Reading About Munkácsy, The
Mermaid’s Lament, The
Morning After, The
Mother Night
My Ghosts
My Pajamas Have Pockets
Mysterious Miss Tickle, The
On the Topic of Love
One of Those Days
Pledge, A
Purple Iris, The
Question and Answer
Quiet Woman, The
Red Lilies, The
Restoring Old Paintings
Rhododendrons, The
Sister Immaculata
Snowdrops, The
Someday, Lilacs Will Bloom on Your Grave
Sorceress in the Tower, The
Sound of Rain, The
Swan Girls
Tam Lin Remembers the Fairy Queen
Taxonomy of Storms, A
Tell Me Your Name
That Sort of Day
Thieves, The
Thoughts While Sitting on Top of a Cliff in Ireland
To a Friend I Have Not Seen for a Long Time
Today, I Joined the Resistance
Valentine’s Day
Wanderer, The
Water Lilies, 1907
Witch-Girls, The
Witch’s Cat, The
Why I Write Poetry
Why You Might Be a Witch
Words, The

Poems collected in Snow White Learns Witchcraft:

Bear’s Wife, The
Clever Serving-Maid, The
Diamonds and Toads
Girl, Wolf, Woods
Goldilocks and the Bear
Gold-Spinner, The
How to Make It Snow
Mirror, Mirror
Mr. Fox
Nightingale and the Rose, The
Ogress Queen, The
Princess and the Frog, The
Red Shoes, The
Sensitive Woman, The
Snow White Learns Witchcraft
Stepsister’s Tale, The
Thorns and Briars

Poems collected in Songs for Ophelia:

As I Was Walking
Autumn, the Fool
Autumn’s Song
Bal Macabre
Bear’s Daughter, The
Beauty to the Beast
Changeling, The
Death and the Maiden
Dirge for a Lady
Education, An
Fairy Tale
Frost, The
Gentleman, The
Ghost, The
Green Man
I Knew a Woman
Isolde in the Forest
Marshes, The
Morning Song
Nymphs Finding the Head of Orpheus
Ophelia Cantos, The
Phantom Lover, The
Raven Poem
River’s Daughter, The
Ruined Cathedral, The
Shoes of Bark
Snow, The
Spring Song
Vivian to Merlin
Witch’s Warning, The
What Her Mother Said


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