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O THE BRAVE SEA-ROVER
Alternate title: Untitled ("Ah, the rover hides . . .")



THE OAKS
Alternate title: Untitled ("The great gray oaks . . .")



AN OATH
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.




OCEAN-THOUGHTS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 21, 1926 ("Bohut salaam, sahib: / I think you owe me . . .").



THE ODYSSEY OF ISRAEL
Alternate title: Untitled ("Moses was our leader . . .")
Selections from a projected longer work, originally untitled from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928
("Salaam: / Glad you’re writing . . ."), in multiple parts
.



OH BABYLON, LOST BABYLON
Alternate title: EMPIRE’S DESTINY
"Empire’s Destiny" is slightly different, one line longer; the appearance in NIGHT IMAGES is the first complete appearance.



OH, THE ROAD TO GLORY LAY
Alternative title: Untitled ("Oh, the road to glory lay")




OH, WE ARE LITTLE CHILDREN, MARCHING ON TO HELL
Alternative title: Untitled ("Oh, we are little children, marching on to Hell")




OLD BALLAD
Alternate title: THE SCARLET CITADEL (verse heading for Chapters 1 and 3)




OLD FARO BILL
Alternative title: Untitled ("Old Faro Bill was a man of might")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 ("Heh heh! At last I’ve sold . . .");
Titled
with the first line in COLLECTED POETRY.








OLD MAN JACOBSON




THE OLD ONES
Alternate title: THE THING ON THE ROOF (verse heading); OUT OF THE OLD LAND




OLD RIME
Alternate title: ROGUES IN THE HOUSE (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)




ON THE BEACH
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.




ON WITH THE PLAY
Alternate title: Untitled ("Up with the curtain, lo, . . .")



THE ONE BLACK STAIN
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.




ONE BLOOD STRAIN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1932 ("Fear Finn: / You owe me a letter . . .").



ONE WHO COMES AT EVENTIDE



ONLY A SHADOW ON THE GRASS
Alternate title: Untitled ("The tribes of men rise up and pass")



AN OPEN WINDOW
In some of these publications the poem is incorporated into August Derleth’s version of "The House in the Oaks."




THE OPEN WINDOW



A OPIUM DREAM
Alternate title: ALTARS AND JESTERS; AN OPIUM DREAM




AN OPIUM DREAM
Alternate title: ALTARS AND JESTERS




ORIENTIA
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 ("Salaam; / I’m trying to write again . . .").



OUT IN FRONT OF GOLDSTEIN’S, OVER BY THE LOOP
Alternative title: Untitled ("Out in front of Goldestein’s, over by the Loop")




OUT OF ASIA THE TRIBESMEN CAME
Alternative title: Untitled ("Out of Asia the tribesmen came")




OUT OF THE DEEP (Part 1 of 5 of THE IRON HARP (2) cycle)
Alternate title: THE VOICES WAKEN MEMORY; A DRUM BEGINS TO THROB
In a Kline agency list of REH poems it possessed after REH’s death, the poem title is listed as "A Drum Begins to Throb."




OUT OF THE OLD LAND
Alternate title: THE THING ON THE ROOF (verse heading); THE OLD ONES




THE OUTBOUND TRAIL
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 OUTCAST
Alternate title: Untitled ("Forth from the purple . . .")



THE OUTGOING OF SIGURD THE JERUSALEM-FARER
Title included in a list of REH poems that the Kline agency possessed after REH’s death.



AN OUTWORN STORY
Alternate title: Untitled ("There come long days . . .")



OVER THE OLD RIO GRANDEY
Alternate title: Untitled ("Over the old Rio Grandey")




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