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THE WANDERER
Incomplete



THE WANDERLUST
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.




WAR TO THE BLIND
 


A WARNING (complete verse)
The complete version is somewhat different from the partial;
The partial is only 16 lines, with lines 1-2, 5-8, and 13-16 being identical to lines 9-10 and 17-24 of the 24 lines "complete" poem.




A WARNING (partial verse, "You have built a world of paper and wood")
Alternate title: Untitled ("You have built a world of paper and wood")
From a letter to August Derleth, May 9, 1936, ("I am indeed sorry to learn of the deaths . . .");
The complete version is somewhat different from the partial; the partial is only 16 lines,
with lines 1-2, 5-8, and 13-16 being identical to lines 9-10 and 17-24 of the 24 lines "complete" poem.




A WARNING TO ORTHODOXY
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1928 ("Salaam: / A Warning to Orthodoxy").



WAS I THERE?
Alternate title: Untitled ("I, was I there")
 


WE ARE THE DUCKERS OF CROSSES
Alternative title: Untitled ("We are the duckers of crosses")




THE WEAKLING
 


A WEIRD BALLAD
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1932 ("Fear Finn: / I heard from that bone-crushing . . .").



WEST
 


WHAT IS LOVE?
 


WHAT’S BECOME OF WARING
Alternative title: Untitled ("What’s become of Waring")




THE WHEEL OF DESTINY
Alternate title: DOOM
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed.



WHEN ARTHUR RIDES AGAIN
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.




WHEN DEATH DROPS HER VEIL
Alternate title: Untitled ("A thousand years, perhaps, have come and gone")
 


WHEN I WAS A YOUTH
Alternate title: Untitled ("When I was a youth")
 


WHEN I WAS IN AFRICA
 


WHEN MEN WERE BOLD
Alternate title: Untitled ("Now hark to this tale of long ago")
Unfinished



WHEN NAPOLEON DOWN IN AFRICA
Alternative title: Untitled ("When Napoleon down in Africa")




WHEN THE GLACIERS RUMBLED SOUTH
Alternate title: Untitled ("I cut my teeth on toil and pain")
 


WHEN THE GODS WERE KINGS
Alternate title: Untitled ("Where the jungles lay dank, exuding")
 


WHEN WOLF MEETS WOLF
Alternate title: Untitled ("When wolf meets wolf")
 


WHEN YOU WERE A SET-UP AND I WAS A HAM
Alternate title: Untitled ("When you were a set-up and I was a ham")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, May 24, 1925 ("Salaam; / Hot zowie, old topper . . .").



WHENCE COMETH ERLIK?
A untitled poem from the Glenn Lord collection.



WHERE ARE YOUR KNIGHTS, DONN OTHNA?
Alternate title: Untitled ("Now that the kings have fallen")
 


WHICH WILL SCARCELY BE UNDERSTOOD
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed, includes a note that it was sold to WEIRD TALES.



WHISPERS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930 ("Well Fear Finn: / I trust you are . . .").



WHISPERS ON THE NIGHTWINDS
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1930 ("Well, Fear Finn, you mention . . .").



WHITE THUNDER



WHO IS GRANDPA THEOBOLD?
Alternate title: Untitled ("Cities brooding beneath the seas")
Originally untitled, from a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1931 ("Fear Finn: / I wrote Bradford . . .").



WHO SHALL SING OF BABYLON?
Alternate title: Untitled ("High the towers and mighty . . .")



THE WHOOPANSAT OF HUMOROUS KOOKOOYAM



THE WINDS OF THE SEA (1, "Over the hills the winds . . .")
Alternate title: Untitled ("Over the hills the winds . . .")



THE WINDS OF THE SEA (2, "Over the hills the winds . . .")
From a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, undated ("The Seeker thrust . . ."); a 16-line version.



THE WINDS THAT WALK THE WORLD
Alternate title: Untitled ("We, the winds that walk the world")



THE WITCH



A WORD FROM THE OUTER DARK
Alternate title: A SONG FROM THE OUTER DARK
A titled version is included in a list of REH poems that Kline possessed, titled "A Song from the Outer Dark."



THE WORLD GOES BACK TO THE PRIMITIVE, YEA
Alternative title: Untitled ("The world goes back to the primitive, yea")




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




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