1 - 20 toradh á dtaispeáint as 52 toradh san iomlán ar an gcuardach 'Atkinson, J. W.' Beachtaigh na torthaí
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    Sonnet on opening of Our Lady's Grotto at Hodder House, July 11th 1891 Beginning "Thirty-three years, Immaculate, have flown". de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1891 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XIX, p. 463, September, 1891
    Journal Article
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    To one in heaven: a poem beginning "Do you see me pray, dear". de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1900 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXVIII, p. 647, November, 1900
    Journal Article
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    The magi: a poem beginning "Day by weary day they sought Him" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1901 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXIX, p. 46, January, 1901
    Journal Article
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    Pessimism: a poem beginning "'Surely that ancient race was wise' I said" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1901 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXIX, p. 311, June, 1901
    Journal Article
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    Change: a poem beginning "On the sea's broad edge we laughed for joy" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1901 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXIX, pp. 661-662, December, 1901
    Journal Article
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    The Christ reslain: a poem beginning "We saw Him and He had no comeliness" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1902 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXX, pp. 137-138, March 1902
    Journal Article
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    A dead singing-boy: a poem beginning "A bright little bird in God's house on earth" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1902 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXX, p. 320, June, 1902
    Journal Article
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    A song: a poem beginning "I say to my heart in the wintry weather" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1902 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXX, pp. 706-707, December, 1902
    Journal Article
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    To two children: a poem beginning "Madge and Vera, though he knows you" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1903 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXI, pp. 113-114, February 1903
    Journal Article
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    A child: a poem beginning "Down the stairs, one step at a time". de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1903 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXI, p. 145, March, 1903
    Journal Article
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    An invitation: a poem beginning "Beloved, come into my garden, come" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1903 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXI, p. 240, April, 1903
    Journal Article
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    To autumn: a poem beginning "So varying are thy moods, so manifold". de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1903 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXI, p. 628, November, 1903
    Journal Article
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    To Mary: a poem beginning "Mary, darling, though the sun" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1903 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXI, p. 647, November, 1903
    Journal Article
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    A February afternoon: a poem beginning "A dropping sun, a gentle breeze" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 95, February, 1904
    Journal Article
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    To A. A. in heaven: a poem beginning "Dearest, sweetest little one, that playest in the meadows" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 224, April, 1904
    Journal Article
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    My chum: a poem beginning "I've a darling little chum" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 349, June, 1904
    Journal Article
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    De profundis: a poem beginning "Out of the deeps my soul hath cried to Thee" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 374, July, 1904
    Journal Article
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    M. aged seven: a poem beginning "I know a little woman, such a dear" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, pp. 522-523, September, 1904
    Journal Article
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    An answer: a poem beginning "You ask me why I ring those feeble chimes" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 619, October, 1904
    Journal Article
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    Before the crib: a poem beginning "I come with those who left their sheep" de réir Atkinson, J. W.

    Foilsithe / Cruthaithe: 1904 “…Atkinson, J. W.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXII, p. 741, December, 1904
    Journal Article