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HADRIAN’S WALL



A HAIRY CHESTED IDEALIST SINGS
Alternate title: A HAIRY-CHESTED IDEALIST SINGS



A HARLOT
Alternate title: THE HARLOT




THE HARLOT
Alternate title: A HARLOT
Included in a Kline agency list of REH poems that they possessed after REH’s death, as "A Harlot."



THE HARLOT’S HOUSE
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.




THE HARP OF ALFRED



HARVEST
Alternate title: Untitled ("We reap and bind the bitter yield")



HATE’S DAWN
Alternate title: A SON OF SPARTACUS
 "Son of Spartacus" is a slightly longer version, with six more lines.
 


A HAUNTING CADENCE FILLS THE NIGHT WITH FIERCE LONGING
Alternative title: Untitled ("A haunting cadence fills the night with fierce longing")




HAUNTING COLUMNS
One of the "Sonnets Out of Bedlam"
 


THE HAUNTING OF CORMAC DUBH
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today.




HE CLUTCHED HIS PENIS TIGHT
Alternative title: Untitled ("He clutched his penis tight")




THE HEART OF THE SEA’S DESIRE
Alternate title: MATE OF THE SEA; Untitled ("The stars beat up . . .")
Originally was discovered as an untitled poem, title created by Dale Hart; a later final version was found, titled "Mate of the Sea."
 


THE HELMSMAN GAILY, RODE DOWN THE RICKERBOO
Alternative title: Untitled ("The helmsman gaily, rode down the rickerboo")




HERITAGE (1, "My people came . . .")

Was included in the proposed poetry collection IMAGES OUT OF THE SKY by REH, Tevis Clyde Smith, and Lenore Preece.


HERITAGE (2, "Saxon blood . . .")



HIGH BLUE HALLS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1929 ("Salaam: / The iron harp that . . .").


A HIGH LAND AND A HILL LAND!
Alternative title: Untitled ("A high land and a hill land!")



THE HILLS OF KANDAHAR



HILLS OF THE NORTH! LAVENDER HILLS
Alternative title: Untitled ("Hills of the North! Lavender hills")




HO, HO, THE LONG LIGHTS LIFT AMAIN
Alternative title: Untitled ("Ho, ho, the long lights lift amain")




HO MERRY BARK, LET’S GO
Alternative title: Untitled ("Ho merry bark, let’s go.")




THE HOME-COMING OF SOLOMON
Alternate titles: SOLOMON KANE’S HOMECOMING; SOLOMON’S HOME-COMING




HOPE EMPTY OF MEANING



HOPES OF DREAMS



THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)
Did not appear in the original publication, instead was first used with the story in the Berkeley editions; the original typescript that contained the poem was set up as a formal first page, with his return address and word count, AND a notice of retained American rights, and no text beyond the poem; as this is the original first page, it appears that perhaps this page got separated from the rest of the text, and hence not included when it was sent in to WEIRD TALES, perhaps intentionally.



THE HOUSE IN THE OAKS (verse contained in the story)
Alternate titles: AN OPEN WINDOW; ARKHAM




THE HOUSE OF GAEL
Alternate title: Untitled ("The ancient boast, the ancient song")



THE HOUSE OF HELL
Alternate title: KABRANE THE GREEK
A poem title that is included in a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, but no copy exists today;
The two titles are listed as alternatives in the Kline list
.




HOW TO SELECT A SUCCESSFUL EVANGELIST
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 ("Salaam: / Not having much . . .").



A HUNDRED YEARS THE GREAT WAR RAGED
Alternative title: Untitled ("A hundred years the great war raged")




HY-BRASIL
Alternate title: THE ISLE OF HY-BRASIL




HYMN OF HATRED
Alternate title: A RATTLESNAKE SINGS IN THE GRASS
Lines 1-8 and 9-12 same as 1-8 and 17-20 of "A Rattlesnake Sings in the Grass."
 



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