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By Mabel Law Atkinson

  1. "After Hurricane Ella." In The Bard's Brighter Side, The American Bard (1959)
  2. "After Your Spheres Have Plummeted Down." In Prairie Poet (Spring 1961) (Award Winner)
  3. "Aged Indian Mother." In The American Bard
  4. "Along the River Path." In Path to Home (1962)
  5. "Always for Me the Spring." In The Prairie Poet
  6. "America, I Sing My Praise." In Path to Home (1962)
  7. "America Speaks to Her Children." In The Prairie Poet (Summer 1958) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  8. "Anchor in the Wind." In Path to Home (1962)
  9. "And A Green Hill to Climb." In Gem (Gem State Authors Guild Pub.) (Summer 1959)
  10. "And Saw the Vision." In The Improvement Era; Path to Home (1962)
  11. "Another Day Is Yours." In Studio News
  12. "Another's Songs." In Montana Poetry Quarterly
  13. "The Answer Came." In Scimitar and Song
  14. "April Begins Her Review." In The Prairie Poet (Spring 1960); Touch of Wings (1956)
  15. "April Calls." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  16. "April Dawn Fantasy." In The Prairie Poet (Spring 1960)
  17. "April Flattery." In Writers' Notes & Quotes
  18. "April Morning." In Candor
  19. "April Singing in December." In Scimitar and Song
  20. "April on Southwind." In Salt Lake Tribune (Sunday, April 1959); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  21. "April Returns." Second, Arabesque Contest. In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  22. "April-Blue." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 7 (July August September 1957); Touch of Wings (1956)
  23. "As Does the Swallow." In Orphic Lute (Summer 1960)
  24. "As Robin Lyrist." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  25. "As Shadows Pass." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  26. "Aspen Grove." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  27. "Autumn Easter Song." In Calamus (September 1960); Path to Home (1962)
  28. "Autumn Reflections." First in MFCP Roll Call Poems, Oct. 1953. In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  29. "Autumn Sings an Easter Song." In Emerald Anthology (1958)
  30. "Autumn Song." In Path to Home (1962)
  31. "Autumn-Tryst." In The American Bard, vol. 13 (Oct. Nov. Dec. 1956) (Award Winner)
  32. "Barren Woman's Cry." Third in Eliza R. Snow Contest. First in MFCP Clinic Poems, Spring 1952. In Sea to Sea in Song--APL Anthology; The Relief Society Magazine; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  33. "Barren Woman's Prayer." In Writers' Notes & Quotes, vol. 9, no. 2 (February 1960); Path to Home (1962)
  34. "Battle of Battle Creek." In Path to Home (1962)
  35. "Beauty Lei of Earth." In Blue River Press
  36. "Beauty-Etching." In Chromatones
  37. "Beauty-Tryst." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  38. "Behold the Cat!." In The Prairie Post (Summer 1959)
  39. "Behold the Miracle!." In The Muse
  40. "The Best Is Yet to Be." In Writer's Notes & Quotes
  41. "Betrayed." In The Searchlight; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  42. "Beyond the Final Curtain." In Poet's Reed; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  43. "A Blind Man Waits for Death." In Candor, vol. 18, no. 2 (October 1956)
  44. "A Boy, a Dog, and Immortality." In Path to Home (1962)
  45. "A Boy's Gift to Jesus." In The Prairie Poet
  46. "The Bravest Are the Tenderest." In Writer's Notes & Quotes (February 1958)
  47. "The Bridegroom Comes." In Writer's Notes & Quotes
  48. "Bronze Hour." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  49. "A Brown Leaf Clinging." In Path to Home (1962)
  50. "Bugle Call." In The Improvement Era; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  51. "Builders of Peace, Begin Your Task." In Prairie Poet; Path to Home (1962)
  52. "By a Daffodil." In Blue River Press
  53. "By a Lily." In Blue River Poetry Magazine, vol. 26, no. 99 (Winter 1957); Path to Home (1962)
  54. "Call Back No Year of Time." In Montana Poetry Quarterly (Summer 1960)
  55. "Calm Waters." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  56. "Change the Old Order." In Writer's Voice; The Guild
  57. "Childhood Home." In The Relief Society Magazine, vol. 44, no. 12 (December 1957); Path to Home (1962)
  58. "Childhood Worship." In Path to Home (1962)
  59. "Christmas Pastoral." In Time of Singing (December 1960) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  60. "The Coal-Oil Lamp." In Reflections; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  61. "The Colored Sergeant." In The Prairie Post; Touch of Wings (1956)
  62. "Comparison." In Leagazette (December 1956); Different; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  63. "Conceit." In Blue River Press
  64. "Consider the Pine." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  65. "Could I Awake to This." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  66. "Counting Out Rhyme." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  67. "Country Doctor." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  68. "Country Nightfall" (1956). In Touch of Wings (1956)
  69. "Country Nightfall" (1962). In Path to Home (1962)
  70. "Country Twilight's Peace." In Path to Home (1962)
  71. "Coverlet of Love." In Blue River Press; Path to Home (1962)
  72. "Dawn and Sunrise." In Path to Home (1962); The Relief Society Magazine (September 1962)
  73. "Dawn Fantasy." In Calamus (September 1960)
  74. "Day Is Closed." In Candor
  75. "Day Is Done." In The Relief Society Magazine (March 1955); Montana Poetry Quarterly (Summer 1960); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  76. "December Violets." In The Relief Society Magazine, vol. 45, no. 12 (December 1958) (Award Winner); Carillon Dept. of The American Bard; Path to Home (1962)
  77. "Democracy's Acropolis." Above poems [this and "Spirit of Democracy Speaks"] tied for 3rd place in World Peace and Unity Contest. In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  78. "Desecrated Shring." Second in MFCP Clinic Poems, Fall 1951. In The Lyric; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  79. "Desert Rose." In The American Bard
  80. "Desert at Midnight." In Writer's Notes & Quotes
  81. "Design of Gratitude." In The Improvement Era, vol. 61, no. 11 (November 1958) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  82. "Did You Answer, Mary?." In Prairie Poet, vol. 55, no. 2 (August 1957) (Award Winner); Touch of Wings (1956)
  83. "Did You Mary?." In Chromatones, vol. 12, no. 2 (April 1957)
  84. "Disciplined by Loveliness." In Pennsylvania Poetry Society Prize Poems (1960) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  85. "Dispel the Gloom." Fourth in MFCP Clinic Poems, Oct. 1952. In The Lyric; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  86. "Down a Rainbow Path." Third in Lloyd Austin's Iris Contest. In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  87. "Dream Your Dreams, O Youth." In Path to Home (1962)
  88. "Dusk and a Star." In Candor; Path to Home (1962)
  89. "Eagle Wings." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  90. "Early Snow." In The Prairie Poet (Winter 1956-57)
  91. "Earth Can Be Beautiful." In Candor (July 1958); Path to Home (1962)
  92. "Easter Pilgrimage." In Scimitar and Song; Songs of the Open Road; Touch of Wings (1956)
  93. "Easter Song." In The Poesy Book; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  94. "Eluding Mystery." In Writer's Voice; Studio News
  95. "The Empty Gourd." In Candor
  96. "Etchings." In Path to Home (1962)
  97. "Eternal April." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  98. "Eternal Summer." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  99. "Even in Silence." In The Relief Society Magazine (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  100. "The Eye of God." Second in MFCP Clinic Poems, Oct. 1951. In The Lyric; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  101. "Face the Sunrise." In Orphic Lute (Summer 1960)
  102. "Faint Whisperings." In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  103. "Faith of Our Pioneer Mothers." In The Improvement Era; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  104. "Faithful Farmer." In The Relief Society Magazine (September 1954); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  105. "Fashion a Star." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  106. "Fishing While in School." In Blue River Press
  107. "Flute-Song." First in Lyrelle Contest. In Chromatones; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  108. "For Daily Bread." In New Athenaeum (Winter 1958)
  109. "For My December." In Path to Home (1962)
  110. "For Our Need." In The American Bard
  111. "Forest of Peace." In Studio News (May-June 1959)
  112. "The Fragrance of Lilies Lingered." In Blue River Press; Touch of Wings (1956)
  113. "From a Brimming Heart." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  114. "From My Hospital Window." In Calamus; Path to Home (1962)
  115. "Frontier Wife." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  116. "Frontier Women." In Prairie Poet
  117. "Frugal John." In Blue River Press
  118. "Gently Gently Row." In Hoosier Challenger; Touch of Wings (1956)
  119. "Giant-Slave." Third in Citrine Contest. In Midwest Chaparral; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  120. "Give Me the Wealth of the West." In The Idaho Farmer
  121. "The Goddess Speaks." In Prairie Poet; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  122. "Good Night My Son." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  123. "Granite Temples." In Candor, vol. 19, no. 2 (October 1957); Path to Home (1962)
  124. "Granny's Rosy Glasses." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  125. "Granny's Shawl." In The Blue River Poetry Magazine, vol. 27, no. 97 (Summer 1957)
  126. "Green Thumb." In The Relief Society Magazine (September 1960); Path to Home (1962)
  127. "Gypsy Fortune Teller." Fifth in Ballad Contest. In The Archer; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  128. "Happiness." In The American Bard (July August September 1960) (Award Winner)
  129. "Harp in the Willow Tree." In Path to Home (1962)
  130. "Harp of Centuries." In Scimitar and Song (June 1958)
  131. "He Couldn't Win." In Prairie Poet
  132. "He Had Made Cradles." In Ideals; Writer's Notes & Quotes (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  133. "He Will Be Waiting You." In Path to Home (1962)
  134. "He Sails on Forever." In Calamus (October 1960)
  135. "He Should Have Known." In Anthology of Humorous Verse; The Guild
  136. "He Steps from His Worn Moccasins." In Path to Home (1962)
  137. "Heart-Hunger." In Different; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  138. "Heaven Will Not Be Strange." In Chromatones; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  139. "Heaven's Alchemy." In Singing Press; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  140. "Her Name Is Truth." In The Sphinx Verse Reporter (1st issue), vol. 1, no. 1 (Spring 1961)
  141. "His Feet Must Wisely Lead." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 5 (Jan. Feb. March 1957) (Award Winner)
  142. "His Gnarled Old Hands." In The American Bard; Path to Home (1962)
  143. "His Hands." First in Archer Miniature Contest. In The Archer; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  144. "His Is the Eagle's Song." In Candor (July 1957)
  145. "His Were Patient Feet." In Hoosier Challenger (December 1960); Touch of Wings (1956)
  146. "Homestead Wife." In Hoosier Challenger (October 1959)
  147. "The Homey Things." In Candor (October 1958)
  148. "Hope." In Prairie Poet; New Athenaeum; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  149. "Hospital Fare." In Seydell Quarterly (Belgium) (Award Winner); The Herald Journal (February 26, 1961) (Award Winner)
  150. "The Hour I Touched a Dream." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  151. "How Deep the April Mud." In Montana Poetry Quarterly; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  152. "How Granny Loved April." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  153. "The Hunter." In The Poesy Book; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  154. "I Am Returned." In Path to Home (1962); Path to Home (1962)
  155. "I Am the Pilot." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  156. "I Am Youth." In Candor; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  157. "I Have Seen Them." In Studio News (Summer 1959)
  158. "I Hear Thee Lord." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  159. "I Heard a New Bird Singing." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  160. "I Love a Lark Song Too." In The Improvement Era (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  161. "I Love the Old." In The Prairie Poet (Summer 1958); Path to Home (1962)
  162. "I Must Choose." In Touch of Wings (1956); The Relief Society Magazine (October 1954)
  163. "I Open My Windows to April." In Blue River Press
  164. "I Saw the Dawn Break." In Amateur Notes & Quotes
  165. "I Seek a Child." In The Improvement Era (February 1960); Path to Home (1962)
  166. "I Shall Keep Faith." First in Archer Christmas Contest. In The Archer; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  167. "I Shall Walk." In Path to Home (1962)
  168. "I Still Have Wings." In Path to Home (1962)
  169. "I Too Shall Return." In The Muse; Path to Home (1962)
  170. "I Touched Her Worn Still Hands." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  171. "I Wear His Lei." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 7 (July August September 1957); Touch of Wings (1956)
  172. "I Will Not Yield." In The Prairie Poet (Fall 1959)
  173. "Illumed by a Star." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  174. "Imprint of the Gods." In The Prairie Post
  175. "In a Country Garden." In Path to Home (1962)
  176. "In a Gentle Mood." In Writer's Notes & Quotes (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  177. "In a Hospital Waiting Room." In Path to Home (1962)
  178. "In and Out of Heaven." In Candor (January 1961)
  179. "In Fields of Grain." In The Prairie Poet (Fall 1958)
  180. "In Friendship's Garden." In Ideals
  181. "In His Footprints." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 5 (Jan. Feb. March 1957) (Award Winner)
  182. "In Lilac Time." In Writers' Notes & Quotes (February 1960) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  183. "In Memoriam." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  184. "In Memoriam to Eugene Field." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  185. "In Memoriam to My Father." In Montana Poetry Quarterly
  186. "In My Winter Garden." Hon. Men. in Archer "People in Winter" Contest. In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  187. "In Quiet Places." In The Prairie Post
  188. "In the Chalice of a Rose." In Chromatones News Letter (July 1958) (Award Winner); Seydell Quarterly (Belgium) (Summer 1961); Path to Home (1962)
  189. "In the Eternal Silence." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  190. "In the Land of Sleep." In Writer's Notes & Quotes; Path to Home (1962)
  191. "In the Quiet Harbor." In From Sea to Sea in Song (1957). American Poetry League Anthology; Touch of Wings (1956); The Relief Society Magazine (July 1956)
  192. "In the Still Voice of Autumn." In Writer's Notes & Quotes (October 1958) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  193. "In Tribute." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  194. "In Your Desert." In Prairie Poet; Path to Home (1962)
  195. "Infinity Speaks." In The Relief Society Magazine, vol. 45, no. 7 (July 1958); Path to Home (1962)
  196. "Inspired Poet." In Poetry Digest
  197. "Instead of Crocus Gold." In Studio News
  198. "Inviolate Eden." First in MGCP Sonnet Contest, Spring 1953. In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  199. "Iris in Gethsemane." Hon. Mention in Bard's Iris Contest. In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  200. "Is He a Father?." In Scimitar and Song
  201. "It Is a Tragic Thing." Second in MFCP Clinic Poems, Spring 1953. In The Relief Society Magazine (June 1955); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  202. "January Morning." In Path to Home (1962)
  203. "John Brown Smiled." In Songs of the Open Road
  204. "Josephs in World Egypt." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 5 (Jan. Feb. March 1957); Touch of Wings (1956)
  205. "June Laundry." In The Prairie Poet
  206. "Keep Your Eyes on the Stars." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  207. "Kindness." In The Relief Society Magazine (May 1952); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  208. "A King Is Born." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  209. "Kingdom of the Free." In The Lyric; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  210. "Lark-Flute." First in Rondelet Contest. In Chromatones; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  211. "Last Years' Lilacs." In Time of Singing; Path to Home (1962)
  212. "Laurel Crown." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  213. "Leave Me This Last Shred of Hope." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  214. "Legacy." In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  215. "Let Her Dream." In Midwest Chaparral; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  216. "Let Me Awaken." In Chromatones; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  217. "Let Us Keep Faith." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  218. "Let Your Black Tears Flow." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  219. "Letter from Korea." In Different; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  220. "Lift Your Eyes." In Touch of Wings (1956); The Relief Society Magazine (April 1961)
  221. "Lighter of Candles." In The American Bard Memorial Issue to Rexford Sharp
  222. "Like unto Earth." In Star Lanes
  223. "Lincoln" (1951). First in MFCP Clinic Poems, Spring Retreat 1951. In The Improvement Era; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  224. "Lincoln" (1956). In Touch of Wings (1956)
  225. "Lingering Mystery." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  226. "Listen as Eve." In Writer's Notes & Quotes (December 1960) (Award Winner)
  227. "Loneliness." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  228. "Lonely Homestead." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  229. "Lost Beauty." In The Relief Society Magazine (April 1961); Path to Home (1962)
  230. "Lost Dreams." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  231. "Love Is Inviolate." In The Prairie Poet (Fall 1959) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  232. "Love the Alchemist." In New Athenaeum (Summer 1957); Path to Home (1962)
  233. "Love-Wrought Miracle." In The Prairie Post (Summer 1959); Path to Home (1962)
  234. "Love's Alchemy." In Montana Poetry Quarterly; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  235. "Madonna of the Woodland." In Path to Home (1962)
  236. "Magdalene and the Child." In Path to Home (1962)
  237. "Magdalene Speaks." In Writer's Notes & Quotes, vol. 6, no. 9 (October 1957) (Award Winner)
  238. "Magic Hours Return." In The Prairie Poet (Fall 1958)
  239. "March Came Riding In." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  240. "Mary's Lullaby." In Path to Home (1962)
  241. "Masterpieces." (Unpublished?)
  242. "The Merry Horsemen Ride." In The Relief Society Magazine; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  243. "The Miracle." In Prairie Poet (Fall 1956); Touch of Wings (1956)
  244. "Miracle of June." In The Improvement Era, vol. 60, no. 6 (June 1957); Path to Home (1962)
  245. "Miracle of Late Love." In Path to Home (1962)
  246. "Miracle of the Gulls." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  247. "The Missionary." In Path to Home (1962)
  248. "Monument" (1954). In The Relief Society Magazine (October 1951); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  249. "Monument" (1962). In Path to Home (1962)
  250. "Mother." In Writer's Notes & Quotes; Calamus; Path to Home (1962)
  251. "Mother-Sculptor." In The Relief Society Magazine (September 1956); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  252. "A Mother's Desire." (Unpublished?)
  253. "My Father's Eyes." In The Prairie Poet, vol. 4, no. 1 (Summer 1957)
  254. "My Father's Poetry." In Path to Home (1962)
  255. "My Heart Believes." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  256. "My Heart Has Built a Hill." In The American Bard; Path to Home (1962)
  257. "My Little Boy Returns." In The American Bard; Path to Home (1962)
  258. "My Love Comes." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  259. "My Mother Is So Very Wise." In The Children's Friend, vol. 57 (May 1957)
  260. "My Neighbor." In The American Bard
  261. "My Quest Was Ended." In Orphic Lute
  262. "Nancy Hanks Lincoln." In From Sea to Sea in Song (1956). American Poetry League Anthology; Touch of Wings (1956)
  263. "Nebraska's Daughter." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 6 (April May June 1957)
  264. "New Pharoah." In Scimitar and Song; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  265. "New Song." In Different; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  266. "A New Star Rises." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  267. "Nights to Remember." In Prairie Poet (Spring 1961)
  268. "No Greater Love." In Candor; 'Inviolate Eden (1954)
  269. "No Idle Playing on a Harp." In Different; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  270. "No Light of Bomb." First in MFCP Triolet Contest, Fall 1952. In Inviolate Eden (1954)
  271. "No Robot Task." In The Relief Society Magazine (March 1961); Path to Home (1962)
  272. "Not Far from Earth." In The American Bard; Spring Anthology 1961 (London, England) (April 1961) (Award Winner); The Herald Journal (March 1961); Path to Home (1962) (Award Winner)
  273. "Not Golden Streets." In Blue River Poetry Magazine, vol. 26, no. 92 (Spring 1957)
  274. "Oasis of Home." In The Relief Society Magazine; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  275. "Of a June Night." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  276. "Oh, Wifie." In Anthology of Humorous Verse (Award Winner)
  277. "Old Age Joy." In Studio News
  278. "Old Coverlet." In Path to Home (1962)
  279. "Old Man in a Garden." In Studio News; Path to Home (1962)
  280. "The Old Man Weeps." In The American Bard (Spring 1961) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  281. "Old Old Men." In The American Bard; Touch of Wings (1956)
  282. "Old Patriarch Speaks." In New Athenaeum
  283. "On Judas' Bowed Head." In Writer's Notes & Quotes
  284. "On the Plaque of Truth." In Prairie Poet
  285. "One Gift." In Path to Home (1962)
  286. "Open Gate." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  287. "Or a Whisper." In The Prairie Poet, vol. 4, no. 1 (Fall 1957)
  288. "Our Mother Was Young." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  289. "Our Nations Songs." In The Prairie Post (Award Winner)
  290. "Patchwork." In The Relief Society Magazine
  291. "The Path That Leads to Home." In The Prairie Post; Path to Home (1962)
  292. "The Path to Home." In The Relief Society Magazine (November 1952); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  293. "Peace Will Come." In Candor
  294. "Perfect Prelude." In The Relief Society Magazine, vol. 45, no. 1 (January 1958) (Award Winner); Sea to Sea in Song Anthology (1959); Path to Home (1962)
  295. "Pioneer Granny." In Path to Home (1962)
  296. "Pioneer Mother." In Calamus (December 1960); Path to Home (1962)
  297. "The Pipe of Peace." First, "American Myths and Legends" Contest, 1953. In American Myths and Legends; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  298. "A Place Apart." In The Prairie Poet, vol. 4, no. 1 (Summer 1957); Touch of Wings (1956)
  299. "Play the Records While I Sleep." In Calamus
  300. "Plea for an Early Death." In Candor (October 1960)
  301. "Ploughing." In Post-Register
  302. "Plowing." In Path to Home (1962)
  303. "The Poet (To Georgia Belle Perry)." In The American Bard, vol. 13, no. 7 (July August September 1957)
  304. "Poet-Mother." In Prairie Poet
  305. "Poet-Teacher." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  306. "Poetry." Hon. Men. in Archer Terset Contest. In The Archer, vol. 6, no. 3 (Autumn-Winter 1956); Leagazette (December 1956); Calamus (December 1960); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  307. "Port of Home." In Path to Home (1962)
  308. "Portrait." In The American Bard, vol. 13 (Oct. Nov. Dec. 1956); Touch of Wings (1956)
  309. "Portrait of Courage." In Path to Home (1962)
  310. "Portrait of Dr. Flozari Rockwood." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  311. "Portrait of Father." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  312. "Portrait of Lincoln's Second Mother." In The Relief Society Magazine (January 1959) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
  313. "Portrait of Mother." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  314. "Primal Beauty." In Blue River Publications; Path to Home (1962)
  315. "Progress." In Path to Home (1962)
  316. "Prophecy of Good Will." In Candor (Christmas 1959)
  317. "Puppet Strings." In Calamus
  318. "Radiant Philosophy." In War Cry; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  319. "Reassurance." In The Improvement Era; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  320. "Recurrent Miracle." In The Muse
  321. "Reflective Artistry." In The Relief Society Magazine (April 1955); Inviolate Eden (1954)
  322. "Refugees." In Orphic Lute (Summer 1960) (Award Winner)
  323. "Remembered Childhood Worship." In Amateur Notes & Quotes (Award Winner)
  324. "Remembered Sunday Worship." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  325. "Remembering Summer." In Candor, vol. 18, no. 4 (April 1957)
  326. "Remembering Sun-Kissed Sage." In Chaparral Writers' Year Book; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  327. "Repentance at the Holy Gate." In The Emancipator; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  328. "Restore My Courage." In Calamus
  329. "Restoring Bombed Areas." In Scimitar and Song; Touch of Wings (1956)
  330. "Return." In Path to Home (1962)
  331. "Return at Harvest." In Calamus
  332. "Return in Autumn." In Autumn Anthology, Blue River Press (1958)
  333. "The Returned." In Path to Home (1962)
  334. "Returned Korean Chaplin Speaks." In Touch of Wings (1956)
  335. "Ride Often Darling." In Montana Poetry Quarterly; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  336. "Ritual at Dusk." In Path to Home (1962)
  337. "Rock of Silence." In Path to Home (1962)
  338. "Russian Mother." In The Guild; The Herald Journal (Award); Path to Home (1962)
  339. "The Sage Brush Saint." In Path to Home (1962)
  340. "Salute." In The Relief Society Magazine (March 1953)
  341. "The School on the Hill." In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  342. "Science Calls to Youth." In The Prairie Poet (Fall 1958)
  343. "The Sea Is Singing." Hon. Men. World Peace and Unity Contest. In The American Bard; Inviolate Eden (1954)
  344. "Seed Time and Harvest." In The American Bard (July August September 1960) (Award Winner); Path to Home (1962)
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