Selected Poems

Among the numerous literary works titled Selected Poems are the following:

  • Selected Poems (Conrad Aiken) by Conrad Aiken
  • Selected Poems (Robert Frost) by Robert Frost
  • Selected Poems (Galway Kinnell) by Galway Kinnell
  • Selected Poems (MacDiarmid) by Hugh MacDiarmid
  • Selected Poems (Howard Moss) by Howard Moss
  • Selected Poems (Robert Nathan) by Robert Nathan
  • Selected Poems (Sylvia Plath) by Sylvia Plath
  • Selected Poems (Robert Pinsky) by Robert Pinsky
  • Selected Poems (J. C. Ransom) by John Crowe Ransom
  • Selected Poems (C. A. Smith) by Clark Ashton Smith
  • Selected Poems (James Tate) by James Tate
  • Selected Poems (Vern Rutsala) by Vern Rutsala

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