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A SOLDIER’S MEMORIES
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.




SOLOMON KANE’S HOMECOMING (1, original)
Alternate Titles: THE HOME-COMING OF SOLOMON; SOLOMON’S HOME-COMING
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed, titled "The Home-Coming of Solomon",
As well as another titled "Solomon’s Home-Coming."




SOLOMON KANE’S HOMECOMING (2, variant version)



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




SOMETHING ABOUT EVE (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)



A SON OF SPARTACUS
Alternate title: HATE’S DAWN
 "Hate’s Dawn" is six lines shorter;
It was included in the proposed poetry collection IMAGES OUT OF THE SKY by REH, Tevis Clyde Smith, and Lenore Preece
.



SONG AT MIDNIGHT
Alternate title: MAN, THE MASTER
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed, titled "Man, the Master"; was included in the proposed poetry collection IMAGES OUT OF THE SKY by REH, Tevis Clyde Smith, and Lenore Preece, titled "Man, the Master."



SONG BEFORE CLONTARF
From a letter to Harold Preece, pm, March 24, 1930 ("Thanks for the picture.").



A SONG FOR ALL EXILES
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.




A SONG FOR ALL WOMEN
Alternate title: SWINGS AND SWINGS
The first four stanzas of this poem are the same as stanzas 8, 9, 10 and 12 of "Swings and Swings," only the last stanza is unique.



A SONG FOR MEN THAT LAUGH



A SONG FROM AN EBONY HEART
Alternate title: Untitled ("The wine in my cup is . . .")
Originally untitled from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 ("Salaam: / I’ll swear . . .").



A SONG FROM THE OUTER DARK
Alternate title: A WORD FROM THE OUTER DARK




SONG OF A FUGITIVE BARD
Alternate title: Untitled ("They gave me a dollar . . .")
Originally untitled, from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1928 ("Salaam; / Ho, ho, the long lights . . .").



THE SONG OF A MAD MINSTREL



THE SONG OF A WORSHIPPER
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.




A SONG OF BARDS
Alternate title: Untitled ("Chesterton twanged on his lyre")



THE SONG OF BELIT
Alternate title: QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST (verse heading)




THE SONG OF BRAN
Alternate title: KINGS OF THE NIGHT (verse heading)




A SONG OF CHEER
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 ("Salaam: / Not having much . . .").



A SONG OF COLLEGE
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / I have forgotten . . .").



A SONG OF DEFEAT
Alternate title: Untitled ("We are they")



A SONG OF GREENWICH
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / I have forgotten . . .").



THE SONG OF HORSA’S GALLEY
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THE SONG OF MURTAGH O’BRIEN
Alternate title: RETRIBUTION; BLACK MICHAEL’S STORY; Untitled ("The moon above the Kerry hills . . .")
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.




A SONG OF OMAR
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 SONG OF SKEL THORWALD’S SON
Alternate title: THE ROAD OF AZRAEL (verse heading for Chapter Five)




A SONG OF THE ANCHOR CHAIN
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 ("Salaam: / Listen you . . .").



THE SONG OF THE BATS



SONG OF THE BOSSONIAN ARCHERS
Alternate title: THE SCARLET CITADEL (verse heading for Chapter 5)




THE SONG OF THE BULL-MOOSE
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.




A SONG OF THE DON COSSACKS



THE SONG OF THE GALLOWS TREE



THE SONG OF THE JACKAL



THE SONG OF THE LAST BRITON
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



A SONG OF THE LEGIONS
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



A SONG OF THE NAKED LANDS
Alternate title: Untitled ("You lolled in gardens where breezes fanned")



SONG OF THE PICT
Alternate title: Untitled ("Wolf on the height")
An untitled poem embodied in the story "Men of the Shadows" in BRAN MAK MORN, WORMS OF THE EARTH,
and BRAN MAK MORN – THE LAST KING
.



A SONG OF THE RACE
Alternate title: Untitled ("High on his throne sat Bran Mak Morn")
Title by Glenn Lord, as it was originally untitled;
There is a 24-line middle section of this poem that was first published in A SONG OF THE RACE
.



THE SONG OF THE RED STONE
Alternate title: BLOOD OF BELSHAZZAR (verse heading)




THE SONG OF THE SAGE
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930 ("Well, Fear Finn, tell Cuchullain . . .").



A SONG OF THE WEREWOLF FOLK
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



THE SONG OF YAR ALI KHAN



A SONG OUT OF MIDIAN
Alternate title: SANG THE KING OF MIDIAN (original title)
From an undated, enclosed separate document sent with a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith.



A SONG OUT OF THE EAST



A SONNET OF GOOD CHEER



SONNETS OUT OF BEDLAM
Alternate title: A cycle of five poems: "The Singer in the Mist", "The Dream and the Shadow", "The Soul-Eater",
"Haunting Columns", and "The Last Hour"

A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.




SONORA TO DEL RIO
Lines 1-16 virtually identical to lines 1-8 and 17-24 of "The Grim Land."



THE SOUL-EATER
One of the "Sonnets Out of Bedlam"



THE SOUTH SEA TRADER
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 SOWERS OF THE THUNDER
(verse heading, appearances apart from the story)

Alternate title: THE BALLAD OF BAIBARS; Untitled ("Fill up my goblet . . .")
This verse is also the last eight lines of the longer Untitled ("Fill up my goblet . . .").



THE SPIDERS OF WEARINESS COME ON ME
Alternative title: Untitled ("The spiders of weariness come on me")




STANLEY KETCHELL
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;
Two different drafts listed
.








A STIRRING OF GREEN LEAVES
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1930 ("Well, Fear Finn, I was in . . .").



THE STRALSUND
Alternate title: Untitled ("He has rigged her and tricked her")



STRANGE PASSION
Alternate title: Untitled ("Ah, I know black queens . . .")



STRANGENESS
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 STRANGER
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



SULLIVAN
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;
Perhaps a variation of the poem "John L. Sullivan."





SUMMER MORN
Alternate title: Untitled ("Am-ra stood on a mountain height")



SURRENDER (1, "I will rise . . .")
Alternate title: THE ROAD TO REST
Was included in the proposed poetry collection IMAGES OUT OF THE SKY by REH, Tevis Clyde Smith, and Lenore Preece,
titled by REH as "The Road to Rest"; it is titled in the Junto as "Surrender."




SURRENDER (2, "Open the window and let me go")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("Salaam: / Again glancing . . .").



SWAMP MURDER



SWINE
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.




SWINGS AND SWINGS
Alternate title: A SONG FOR ALL WOMEN
A copy is in the L. Sprague de Camp papers at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, Austin;
Stanzas 8, 9, 10, and 12 are identical to the first four stanzas of "A Song for All Women."




THE SWORD OF LAL SINGH
Alternate title: Untitled ("Men I have slain with naked steel")



THE SWORD OF MOHAMMED



SWORD WOMAN (verse heading, appearances apart from the story)
Alternate title: THE BALLAD OF DARK AGNES; DRUMS IN MY EARS
 "Drums in My Ears" is the verse heading for Chapter 3; "The Ballad of Dark Agnes" is the verse heading for Chapter 4.



SWORDS GLIMMERED UP THE PASS
Alternative title: Untitled ("Swords glimmered up the pass")







SYMBOLS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1928 ("I wasn’t lying . . .").




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