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    Two poems beg., Watching the window crawl across the ceiling, and Here among flowers, our unreflective laughter. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1944 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Lagan, No. 2, p. 24, 1944
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    Two poems, entitled "Seaside" and "Poem". by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1944 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VIII, No. 2, pp. 128-129, May, 1944
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    A review by Sam Harrison of "Irish Poems of To-day". by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1944 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. VIII, No. 5, pp. 451-452, August, 1944
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    Two poems entitled This room is very old, and Like an unreal dream. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1945 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Lagan, No. 3, p. 54, 1945
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    A review by Sam Harrison of "A Bomb and a Girl", by Hugh Shearman. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1945 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. IX, No. 4, p. 359, January, 1945
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    Three poems, entitled "Poem for Iona", "Pilgrimage" and "Poem in June". by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1945 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. X, No. 1, pp. 40-42, April, 1945
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    Seven Poems, one being by Sam Harrison, entitled Room, beginning, "This room is very old and very wise." by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1947 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XIV, No. 3, p. 13, June, 1947
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    Devotees (for Eileen), a poem beginning The young enchanter with the haunting eyes. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1948 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Poetry Ireland, No. 2, p. 16, July, 1948
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    Poem beginning Love, that in summer was a theme for drums. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1948 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Poetry Ireland, No. 2, pp. 16-17, July, 1948
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    Nocturne: a poem beginning "The tall ghost of the flood-lit water-jet". (Biographical note, No. 7, p. 89). by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1949 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Irish writing, No. 7, p. 34, February, 1949
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    Poem entitled Autumn twilight, beg., This is the full perfection of repose. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1949 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Rann: an Ulster Quarterly of Poetry, No. 7, Winter, 1949-50
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    Lines for friends, a poem beginning Friend of the big extravagant talk and face. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1950 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Poetry Ireland, No. 8, p. 21, January, 1950
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    Poem entitled Cote d'Azur, beg., So life became. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1950 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: Rann: an Ulster Quarterly of Poetry, No. 9, Summer, 1950
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    Two poems, entitled respectively, "To my daughter" and "Winter" by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1951 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XVII, No. 5, pp. 24-25, August, 1951
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    Two poems, one, entitled, Snow and the other, Childhood. by Harrison, Sam

    Published: 1953 “…Harrison, Sam…”
    Citation: The Bell, Vol. XVIII, No. 8, p. 464, January, 1953
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