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    Beginning: a poem beginning "Say not that life is short, as though the end" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1909 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVII, p. 579, October, 1909
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    The call of the blood: a poem beginning "I have never seen you, Ireland" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1909 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVII, p. 642, November, 1909
    Journal Article
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    Love: a poem beginning "Love: it is there if we would see" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1909 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVII, p. 665, December, 1909
    Journal Article
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    Love to be: a poem beginning "When love of earth e'en works a spell" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1910 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVIII, p. 22, January, 1910
    Journal Article
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    God's sea: a poem beginning "A flashing crystal sea is God's deep heart" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1910 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVIII, p. 267, May, 1910
    Journal Article
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    De profundis: a poem beginning "Dark is the fathomless deep" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1910 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVIII, p. 327, June, 1910
    Journal Article
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    A sea song: a poem beginning "The sea: and the waves are lashing wild" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1910 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVIII, p. 435, August, 1910
    Journal Article
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    Loneliness: a poem beginning "Mute the night beneath the sky" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1910 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXVIII, p. 711, December, 1910
    Journal Article
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    To the Deists: a poem beginning "Ye say we are but toys for Deity" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1911 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, p. 32, January, 1911
    Journal Article
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    Any son to any mother: a poem beginning "God get thee what I yearn to get thee" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1911 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, p. 75, February, 1911
    Journal Article
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    The Nurse-mother: a poem beginning "They call Thee Queen of God's great paradise" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1911 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, p. 140, March, 1911
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    A world beloved: a poem beginning "Thy world may be a witch of monstrous mien" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1911 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, p. 287, May, 1911
    Journal Article
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    For a mother that died: a poem beginning "What of thy grief? I hear thy poor heart throbbing" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1911 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XXXIX, pp. 369-370, July, 1911
    Journal Article
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    Where waters meet: a poem beginning "Comes Joy upon the hills" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1912 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XL, p. 376, July, 1912
    Journal Article
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    Fifty years: a poem beginning "Fifty times the golden wheat" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1912 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XL, p. 444, August, 1912
    Journal Article
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    A prayer: a poem beginning "Could pain make all things right" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1912 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XL, p. 612, November, 1912
    Journal Article
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    "Good morning! may the angels bring" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1912 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XL, p. 661, December, 1912
    Journal Article
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    A thought from St. Augustine: a poem beginning "Could that be, God -- which cannot be --" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1913 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XLI, p. 27, January, 1913
    Journal Article
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    In the wine-press: a poem beginning "Who is the vintner of tears" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1913 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XLI, p. 256, May, 1913
    Journal Article
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    Immortality: a poem beginning "Little bird that sang for me" by Blunt, Hugh F. Rev

    Published: 1913 “…Blunt, Hugh F. Rev.…”
    Citation: The Irish monthly, Vol. XLI, p. 383, July, 1913
    Journal Article