C0010 "Absence of Indians" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 152 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C0020 "Across Europe" (poem of 41 lines)
 
  -- May 1925 pp 11-12 of "The London Mercury" (v12.#67)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 45-47 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0030 "Adoption of a Parliamentary Candidate, Lochgilphead" (poem of 27 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 12-13 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0035 "After" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  OL 23 Feb 1918 pp 2 of "The Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser" - a Victoria, Australia local paper
Published with the comment "The following poem ...... was given to Cadet J W Kerr, who is undergoing a course of military training at New College, Oxford, for insertion in The Cobden Times."
 
C0040 "Ainorix in the Market" (poem of 32 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 67-68 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0050 "The Alban Goes Out" (long poem)
  -- Extracts of this poem have been published separately as (C1370 - under the title "Morning Herring") - and as (C0055) , (C0056) and (C0057)
 
  VW 1939 pp 3-12 of The Alban Goes Out (A0030)
 
  VW 1978 pp 2-11 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0055 from "The Alban Goes Out" (poem)
  -- An extract of the long poem (C0050) from the book of the same name (A0030)
-- It is unclear whether the extracts in Translated Kingdoms and An Arran Anthology are the same
 
  OL Mar 1997 pp 116-117 of An Arran Anthology (ed. Hamish Whyte) pub SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Mercat Press - pb - 166pp
Note: This anthology was reissued in an illustrated edition of 182pp by Mercat Press in Mar 1999
 
  PL Jun 1999 pp 66-67 of Translated Kingdoms: Scottish Poems of the Sea (ed. Jenni Calder) pub SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: National Musuems of Scotland - pb - 80pp
 
C0056 from "The Alban Goes Out" (poem extract)
  -- A nine line extract of the long poem (C0050) from the book of the same name (A0030)
 
  OL 2011 pp 22 of We Shall Never Surrender: Wartime Diaries 1939-1945 (ed. Penelope Middelboe, Donald Fry and Christopher Grace) pub ENGLAND, London: Macmillan - HB - 378pp
 
C0057 from "The Alban Goes Out" (poem extract)
  -- A four line extract of the long poem (C0050) from the book of the same name (A0030)
 
  OL 1997 Used in the chapter heading "The Herring Trail" on pp 13 of The Scots and Their Fish (ed. G W Lockhart) pub SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Birlinn (Polygon) - pb - 84pp
 
C0060 "April, 1915" (poem of 36 lines - as by "N.M.H.")
 
  VW Sum 1915 pp 6 of "Snark" (Summer Term 1915)
Note: "Snark" is the Oxford Preparatory School Magazine
 
C0068 "Arrow Struck" (poem of 19 lines)
-- NOTE - need to check against next item *****
 
  TW 9 Oct 1926 pp 22 of "The Nation & Athenæum"
 
C0070 "Arrow-struck" (poem of 13 lines)
-- NOTE - need to check against previous item *****
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 143 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C0080 "Ars Amoris - Remedia Amoris" (poem of 30 lines)
 
  VW 9 Nov 1928 pp 1066 of "Time and Tide" (v9.#45)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 278 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C0090 "An Arvernian Looks at the Sacred Mountain and Remembers Vercingetorix" (poem of 9 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 75 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0100 "At The National Gallery: Dublin" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW* ?? Feb 1961 pp ??-?? of "The Irish Times"
Note: Info is from a hand-written transcript, which mentions poetry reading at the Irish PEN club
 
C0110 "An Attempt in Hexameters" (poem of 10 lines - as by "N Haldane aged 13")
 
  VW* Dec 1911 pp 1270 of "The Draconian"
 
C0120 "Australian Place Names" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Sep 1990 pp 183 of "Chapman" (#61/2)
 
C0130 "Autumn" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 81 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0140 "Awakening of the Bacchae" (poem of 24 lines as by "Naomi M Haldane")
 
  -- 1915 pp 22 of Oxford Poetry 1915 (ed. G D H Cole & T W Earp) pub. ENGLAND, Oxford: B H Blackwell - HB - 72pp
Note: This book had (at least) 3 printings - Dec 1915 - Jan 1916 - Aug 1916
 
  -- 1917 pp 78 of Oxford Poetry 1914-1916 (ed. Various) pub. ENGLAND, Oxford: B H Blackwell - HB - 192pp
 
C0150 "Bad Harvest" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 67 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0160 "Bairns Sit in Our Schools" (poem of 35 lines)
  This is the first line of an untitled poem
 
  VW 1944 pp 4 of Re-Educating Scotland (A0820)
 
C0170 "Ballad of Sir Andrew Barton" (poem of 44 lines - as by "Naomi Haldane aged 12 years")
 
  VW* Apr 1910 pp 1101 of "The Draconian"
 
C0180 "Barbarians in Rome" (poem of 35 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 69-70 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0190 "Birmingham and the Allies" (poem of 46 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 105-106 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C0200 "Birth Poem - Thursday March 26 1925" (long poem)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 31-34 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
Dedication: "For Eric Kennington's son."
 
C0210 "Blood Promise" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 232 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C0220 "The Boar of Badenoch and the Sow of Athol" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 34 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  -- 1982 pp 84 of Poems of the Scottish Hills (ed. Hamish Brown) pub. SCOTLAND, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press - HB&pb - 202pp
 
C0230 "The Bonny Brae" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 276 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
  RR 1990 pp 82 of Naomi Mitchison: A Century of Experiment in Life and Letters (by Jill Benton) ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - HB - 192pp. See H1800
 
C0240 "The Border Loving" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 255 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C0250 "The Broken Promise" (poem of 27 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 148 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0260 "Buachaille Etive Mor and Buachaille Etive Beag" (poem of 8 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 34 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  -- 1982 pp 68 of Poems of the Scottish Hills (ed. Hamish Brown) pub. SCOTLAND, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press - HB&pb - 202pp
 
  OL Sep 2003 pp 56 of Modern Scottish Women Poets (ed. Dorothy McMillan and Michel Byrne) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB - 312pp
This book reprinted at least once - in Jun 2008
 
C0270 "Buganda History" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW July 1963 pp 14 of "Bias" (v1.#1)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 19-20 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 151 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C0280 "The Burial of Elie Gras" (poem of 66 lines)
  -- Translated by NMM from the poem by Diamant Berger, killed in 1944.
 
  VW 1978 pp 18-21 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0290 "Cain and Abel" (poem of 36 lines - as by "N Haldane aged 11 years")
 
  VW* Dec 1909 pp 1059 of "The Draconian"
 
C0300 "The Camp in the Orchard" (poem of 17 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 17-18 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 6 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
The poem appears here under the extended title "Summer 1925, Brightwell: The Camp in the Orchard"
 
C0310 "Carradale Bay" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 111 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0320 "Carradale Poacher's Song" (song - to the Air Faililoiraig)
 
  VW 1957 pp 55 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0330 "Carradale Weather" (poem of 34 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 132-133 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0340 "Carry on" (poem - as by "N M M")
-- Note: There is some doubt as to whether this is actually by NMM
 
  VW* Aug 1917 pp 3061 of "The Draconian"
 
C0350 "Ceilidh" (poem of 9 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 160 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0360 "Charilas, in Exile, Remembers Sparta" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  TX Nov 1926 pp 174-175 of Atalanta's Garland (ed. Anon) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB
Note: Published by the Edinburgh University Women's Union
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 26 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C0370 "The Child Jason Brought to Chiron" (poem of 57 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 11-13 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
  -- 17 Apr 1928 pp 627-629 of "The London Mercury" (#102)
Note: Title here and subsequently is "The Child Jason is Brought to Chiron"
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 43-44 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 125-126 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C0380 "The Children's Song" (song)
 
  VW 1913 pp 7 of Saunes Bairos (A0850)
Note: pp 33 of Saunes Bairos prints the music to this song by A L Pedder
 
C0390 "The Christening of the Fishing Boat" (poem of 33 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 7-8 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0400 "The Cleansing of the Knife: 1941-1947" (long poem in 13 sections)
-- Section titles are: "I: Why do we Lift the Glass?"; "II: What Can We See?"; "III: Carradale to London: Blood Promise"; "IV: What are we Doing?"; "V: Blitz on Clydebank 1941"; "VI: Shifting the Sand"; "VII: The Green Braid of April"; "VIII: They Did It"; "IX: The Gossip of Carradale"; "X: Fashing and Working"; "VI: The Clean Blade of the Wedding"; "XII: The New Song"; "XIII: Work and Love"
-- The last section of this poem has been published separately here.
-- An adaptation of this poem was produced as a radio play - see T4850
-- See also thesis H6800 for an academic discussion of this poem.
 
  VW 1978 pp 39-72 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0410 "Clemency Ealasaid: July 1940" (long poem)
  -- Extracts of this poem has been published separately as (C0412 ) and (C0413)
-- For an academic appraisal of this poem see "The Turning Point in a A Poet's War" (H3450)
 
  VW Apr 1947 pp 11-15 of The Bull Calves (A0220)
 
  OL 1991 pp 247-250 of An Anthology of Scottish Women Poets (ed. Catherine Kerrigan with Meg Bateman) - pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 366pp
 
  OL Nov 1999 pp 62-65 of Shadows of War: British Women's Poetry of the Second World War (ed. Anne Powell) - pub. ENGLAND, Stroud: Sutton Publishing - HB - 360pp
 
C0412 from "Clemency Ealasaid" (poem extract)
  -- An 11-line extract from the last section of the long poem (C0050)
 
  OL 2011 pp 345 of We Shall Never Surrender: Wartime Diaries 1939-1945 (ed. Penelope Middelboe, Donald Fry and Christopher Grace) - pub. ENGLAND, London: Macmillan - HB - 378pp
 
C0413 from "Clemency Ealasaid" (poem extract)
  -- An extract from the last section of the long poem (C0050) . This is a longer extract than the previous item.
 
  OL Jul 1997 pp 107 of The Thistle at War: an Anthology of the Scottish Experience of War, in the Services and at Home (ed. Helen McCorry) - pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: National Museums of Scotland - pb - 128pp
 
C0420 "Comfort" (poem of 27 lines)
-- This is an extended, by 10 lines, version of "Woman Alone" (C2620)
 
  VW Sum 1986 pp 30 of "Chapman" (#45 - v9.#2)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 135-136 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C0430 "Coming in to Memphis (from Marked Tree)" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  OL Jul 1979 pp 349 of Mean Things Happening in This Land (ed. H L Mitchell) pub. USA, Montclair (NJ): Allanheld & Osmun - HB - 372pp
 
C0440 "Coming in to the Bay" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 241 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C0450 "Countries and Seasons" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 37-38 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0460 "Craignish Poem" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 21 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C0470 "Dalmally to Lochearnhead: 1983" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1985 pp 16 of "Strata Poetry Magazine" (#5)
 
C0480 "The Dancing People of Zambia" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 53 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
C0490 "Dedication" (poem of 19 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 9 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
Dedication: "To Margey and Dominick Spring-Rice."
 
C0500 "Dick and Colin at the Salmon Nets" (poem of 14 lines)
-- This is the same poem, with a variant title, as "Two Men at the Salmon Nets" (C2420)
 
  VW 25 Feb 1933 pp 213 of "Time and Tide" (v14.# 8)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 81-82 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
  OL 19 Feb 1997 pp ?? of "The Herald" - the Glasgow newspaper, in their Today's Poem section
 
  OL Oct 2005 pp 69 of Modern Women Poets (ed. Deryn Rees-Jones) pub. pub. ENGLAND, Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe - pb - 416pp
 
C0510 "Don Citroën" (poem of 62 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 24-27 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0520 "Dr A.J.M.Melly - Killed at Addis Ababa, 1936" (poem of 37 lines)
 
  NS 16 May 1936 pp 762-763 of "New Statesman & Nation" (v11.#273)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 18 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C0530 "Duncraig" (poem of 17 lines)
  -- Also published as part of "Three Poems" (C2270)
 
  VW 1978 pp 28 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0540 "Dunkerque - Paris Line" (poem of 55 lines)
 
  TW 4 Jul 1931 pp 13 of "The New Statesman and Nation" (v2.#19) - Dedication: "For G.R.M."
 
  PL 1933 pp 7 of The Best Poems of 1932 (ed. Thomas Moult) pub. ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB - 128pp
The book also issued in 1933 by USA, New York: Harcourt Brace
 
C0550 "Early o" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 35 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0560 "East Coast - West Coast" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 33 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0570 "Every Night and All" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW Jan-Mar 1955 pp 9 of ""The Poetry Review" (v46.#1)
 
C0575 "Eviction in the Hebrides" (poem)
 
  OL 1 Feb 1937 pp 20 of "Left Review" (v3.#1)
 
C0580 "The Exiled Oligarchs are Driven Out of the City" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 14-15 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C0590 "The Fancy Pig" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 61 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C0600 "Farm Labour" (poem of 52 lines)
 
  VW c 1944 pp 31-32 of "Scots Writing" (#3)
 
  VW 1957 pp 24-25 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
Dedication: "For Lachie and Angus."
 
C0610 "The Farm Woman: 1942" (poem of 39 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 17-18 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  PL 1984 pp 89-90 of Chaos of the Night: Women's Verse and Poetry of the Second World War (ed. Catherine W Reilly) pub. ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb - 150pp
 
  OL Nov 1997 pp 219 of The Virago Book of Women's War Poetry (ed. Catherine W Reilly) pub. ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb - 352pp
The book is an omnibus of Scars Upon My Heart: Women's Poetry and Verse of the First World War (ed. Reilly, 1982) and Chaos of the Night
 
  OL Nov 1999 pp 170-171 of Shadows of War: British Women's Poetry of the Second World War (ed. Anne Powell) - pub. ENGLAND, Stroud: Sutton Publishing - HB - 360pp
 
  OL Jun 2005 pp 248 of The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (ed. Maurice Lindsay and Lesley Duncan) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 420pp
 
  PL May 2003 pp 109 of Red Sky at Night: An Anthology of British Socialist Poetry (ed. Andy Croft & Adrian Marshall) pub. ENGLAND, Nottingham: Five Leaves - pb - 304pp
 
  OL Mar 2014 pp 153 of From the Line: Scottish War Poetry 1914-1945 (ed. David Goldie and Roderick Watson) - pub SC OTLAND, Edinburgh: Association for Scottish Literary Studies - HB - 232pp
 
C0630 "The Farmer and Her Cows" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 18 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0640 "The Fishermen's Bus" (song to the air Gleann an Gollaidh)
 
  VW 1957 pp 140 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0650 "The Flood" (poem of 24 lines - as by "N Haldane age 10")
 
  VW* Dec 1908 pp 978 of "The Draconian"
 
C0660 "Foot Prints" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 19 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C0670 "For Amos Kgamangane" (poem of 14 lines)
-- Note: Title is as shown - however name should be spelled Kgamanyane
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 18 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C0680 "For Coisha" (poem of 59 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 15-17 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0690 "For Tawana" (poem of 19 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 231-232 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C0700 "Forbidden" (poem of 29 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 89-90 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0710 "Four Platonists in a Moonshine" (poem of 41 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 22-24 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0720 "Fragment from a Phaedra" (poem of 51 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 9-11 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
Note: Contents page gives title as "Fragment from an Unpublished Phaedra"
 
C0730 "France to Tunisia" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 40 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0740 "Friendship - A Carradale Fishing Boat goes to Fetch G.R.M. from Wemyss Bay" (poem)
 
  VW 1957 pp 92 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C0750 "From Dar Es Salaam" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 229 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C0760 "From the Train" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW* Sep 1920 pp ??-?? of "The Draconian"
 
C0770 "The Furies dance in New York" (long poem)
 
  NS 1 Jun 1935 pp 807-808 of "The New Statesman and Nation" (v9.#223)
Note: On pp 91-92 of the 20 Jul 1935 issue of this magazine a poem of 50 lines entitled "America and Naomi Mitchison" by Ashley Montague is a reply to NMM's poem.
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 43-47 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C0780 "The Gardens" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 102-103 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0790 "Garry Fairies" (poem of 9 lines - as by "N.M.H.")
 
  VW Sum 1915 pp 5 of "Snark" (Summer Term 1915)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 110 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0800 "Gaul" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 38-39 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0805 "Ghosts at Narrachan" (poem of ?? lines)
 
  OL ?? 1942 pp 465 of "Scots Magazine" (#37)
 
C0810 " 'Give Peace in Our Time, O Lord' " (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 18-19 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
Dedication: "To Gerald Heard."
 
C0820 "The Glen Path" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Win 1988 pp 53 of "The Countryman" (v93.#4)
 
C0830 "Goodbye to the Southern Tenant Farmers Union (with Zita Baker)" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  OL Jul 1979 pp 384 of Mean Things Happening in This Land (ed. H L Mitchell) pub. USA, Montclair (NJ), Allanheld & Osmun - HB - 372pp
 
C0840 "Gower St. - Bedford Sq. - Gerard St." (poem)
 
  -- 1935 pp 23 of Then and Now 1921-1935 (ed. Jonathan Cape) pub. ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - pb
 
C0850 "Green Boughs" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 59-60 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  OL 9 Nov 2015 pp 18 of "The Herald" as Poem of the Day
 
  OL Nov 2015 pp ?? of Beneath Troubled Skies: Poems of Scotland at War, 1914-1918 (ed. Lizzie MacGregor) pub. SCOtLAND, Edinburgh: Berlinn (Polygon) - HB - 320pp
 
C0860 "The Guard's Song" (song)
-- Note: This song also published under the title "Song of the Guard on the Snow-Line" (song C2030)
 
  VW 1913 pp 19 of Saunes Bairos (A0850)
Note: This song is part of the play and not printed separately. It is included here only as a crossreference for the later retitled reprint
 
C0870 "Hartmanswillerkopf" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW 22 Jun 1935 pp 935 of "Time and Tide" (v16.#25)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 78 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
  PL May 2003 pp 89 of Red Sky at Night: An Anthology of British Socialist Poetry (ed. Andy Croft & Adrian Marshall) pub. ENGLAND, Nottingham: Five Leaves - pb - 304pp
 
C0880 " 'Here's a Couple to Marry in Joy' " (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 19-20 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0890 "The Highland Scene: The Great Fault" (poem of 12 lines)
-- Note: See also " Loch Ness: The Great Fault" (C1180) - which may be the same.
-- C1180 begins "There is a loch of tears ... " and ends "... under the deep waters" . *** check***
 
  VW 1978 pp 33 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C0900 "Hinksey Promising Lad" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 8 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C0910 "The Historian and the Individuals" (poem of 41 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 335-337 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C0920 "A History Lesson with Crystal" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 19 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0930 "Homage to Milles" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  TW 18 Oct 1929 pp 1234 of "Time and Tide"
 
  VW May 1933 pp 60-61 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C0940 "The House of the Hare" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 1 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  PL 1991 pp 246-7 of An Anthology of Scottish Women Poets (ed. Catherine Kerrigan with Meg Bateman) - Pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 366pp
 
  OL Sep 2003 pp 54 of Modern Scottish Women Poets (ed. Dorothy McMillan and Michel Byrne) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB - 312pp
This book reprinted at least once - in Jun 2008
 
  OL Oct 2005 pp 70 of Modern Women Poets (ed. Deryn Rees-Jones) pub. pub. ENGLAND, Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe - pb - 416pp
 
C0950 "I Go Safe" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 234 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C0960 "I Have Gotten Clay" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 105-106 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0970 "In Hammersmith" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 21-22 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0980 "In London" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 60-61 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C0990 "In the Mirror" (poem of 8 lines)
 
  NS 13 Jun 1953 pp 708 of "New Statesman & Nation" (v45.#1162)
 
C1000 "In the Plane" (poem of 14 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 233 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1010 "In Time of Trouble" (poem)
 
  -- 17 May 1935 pp 16 of "The Programme" (v5.#??)
 
C1020 "Intolerance" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 91 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1030 "Ireland" (poem of 30 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 47-48 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1035 "Is There Anything Left?" (poem of 39 lines)
 
  OL 2005 pp ?? of Witness to a century : the autobiographical writings of Naomi Mitchison (H7100) - a Ph.D. thesis by Helen Lloyd.
This poem ,written in old age, is part of the NMM archive held at the National Library of Scotland. It was previously unpublished and was used, with permission, as the coda to the thesis.
 
C1040 "Italy Again" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 41 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1050 "J.B.S.H." (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 44 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1070 "The Jungian Tenant" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 54 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
C1080 "Kangra Painting" (poem of 5 lines)
 
  NS 12 Apr 1958 pp 478 of "The New Statesman" (v55.#1413)
 
C1090 "The Kentaur's Teaching" (poem of 45 lines)
 
  VW Oct-Dec 1954 pp 200-201 of ""The Poetry Review" (v45.#4)
 
C1100 "Kgatleng 1965" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 235 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1110 "Kintyre" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 25 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  RR Feb 2005 pp 24 of Twelve Poets at Edinburgh Park (ed. Ian Wall) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland - pb - 32pp
This is a illustrated booklet accompanying an exhibition of 12 sculptures erected in Edinburgh Park. The sculptures are all busts of Scottish poets and rest on square plinths to which are attached biographical notes and sample poems - with the same text repeated in the booklet. The sculpture of NMM was created posthumously by Archie Forrest.
 
C1120 "Lament" (poem of 8 lines)
-- One source indicates this poem was first published in 1917 - this is unconfirmed at present
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 62 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  OL 1952 pp 226 of Scottish Verse, 1851-1951: Selected for the General Reader (ed. Douglas Young) pub. ENGLAND, London: Thomas Nelson - HB - 363pp
 
C1130 "The Leader" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 91-92 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1140 "Leaving Denmark" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 25 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1150 "The Lennoxlove Mirror" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 85 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C1155 Limerick (poem of 5 lines)
 
  OL 1928 pp ?? of Poems Upon Several Occasions by Persons of Quality (ed. Randall Robert Davies) - pub - ENGLAND, London: Peter Davies Ltd - format unknown
The editor ran a prize competition for limericks to appear in a volume to accompany "unintentionally ludicrous woodcuts".
 
C1160 "Living in a Village" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 26-27 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  OL Sep 2003 pp 55 of Modern Scottish Women Poets (ed. Dorothy McMillan and Michel Byrne) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB - 312pp
This book reprinted at least once - in Jun 2008
 
C1170 "Liz" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 20-21 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1180 "Loch Ness: The Great Fault" (poem of 12 lines)
  -- NB - CHECK whether this same as "The Highland Scene: The Great Fault" (C0890)
 
  TW 25 Aug 1956 pp 218 of "New Statesman & Nation" (v52.#1328)
 
C1190 "Lomond Side" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 234 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1200 "London" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 49 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1210 "London" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  -- pre Dec 1915 pp ??-?? of "The Saturday Westminster"
Note: Probably NMM's 1st professional magazine appearance. It is noted in the issue of "The Draconian" listed below
 
  VW* Dec 1915 pp 1820 of "The Draconian"
Note: As by N M Haldane
Note: - **** check against poem C1200 above
 
C1220 "London Burning" (poem of 69 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 51-53 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#4)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 132-134 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
  OL Mar 2014 pp 150 of From the Line: Scottish War Poetry 1914-1945 (ed. David Goldie and Roderick Watson) - pub SC OTLAND, Edinburgh: Association for Scottish Literary Studies - HB - 232pp
 
C1230 "London River" (poem of 17 lines - as by N.M.M.)
 
  VW* Aug 1917 pp 3061 of "The Draconian"
 
C1235 "London to Carradale" (poem of 39 lines)
 
  TW 25 Oct 1941 pp ?? of "The Cambeltown Courier"
 
C1240 "The Love Gift Broken" (poem of 36 lines)
 
  TW 10 May 1930 pp 149 of "The New Statesman" (v35.#889)
 
C1250 "Lyke-Wake" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  PL Apr 1986 pp 115-116 of Occasional Poets: An Anthology (ed. Richard Adams) pub. ENGLAND, London: Penguin Viking - HB - 182pp - £9.95
 
C1260 "Magic of Things" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 112 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1270 "Mairi MacLean and the Fairy Man" (long poem)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 219-222 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C1280 "Marxist Love Poem" (poem)
 
  -- .. May 1934 pp 70 of "Lysistrata" (#1-2)
 
C1290 "Mary Queen of Scots" (poem of 74 lines - as by "N Haldane age 12 years")
 
  VW* Dec 1910 pp 1162 of "The Draconian"
 
C1300 "Mauritian Landscape" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  PL Apr 1986 pp 114 of Occasional Poets: An Anthology (ed. Richard Adams) pub. ENGLAND, London: Penguin Viking - HB - 182pp - £9.95
 
C1310 "A Median Spy, Who has Escaped the Fury of Belshazzar Tells the Story to King Darius" (long poem - as by "N Haldane")
 
  VW* Dec 1911 pp 1269-1270 of "The Draconian"
 
C1315 "M.E.H." (poem)
-- An alternative title for the poem "Mrs Haldane of Cloan" - see C1380
 
C1320 "The Midsummer Apple Tree" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  VW 1 Jul 1933 pp 880 of "Time and Tide" (v14.#29)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 79-80 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C1330 "Midsummer Eve 1933" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 8 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1335 "Midsummer 1956" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  PL Apr 1986 pp 116 of Occasional Poets: An Anthology (ed. Richard Adams) pub. ENGLAND, London: Penguin Viking - HB - 182pp - £9.95
 
C1340 "Military Ward, St Thomas's Hospital, August, 1915" (poem of 14 lines)
  -- As by "N.M.H."
 
  VW Oct 1915 pp 7 of "Snark" (October Term 1915)
 
C1350 "Milkmaids: Stellaria . . ." (poem of 60 lines - as by "N.M.H.")
 
  VW 1915 pp 8 of "The Snark" (Hilary Term 1915)
 
C1360 "The Mirror and the Clock" (poem of 40 lines)
 
  OL 7 Sep 1918 pp ?? of "The New Statesman" - (v??.#??)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 103-104 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1370 "Morning Herring" (poem of 24 lines)
  -- This is a section of the longer poem "The Alban Goes Out" (C0050 and book A0030)
 
  VW Spr 1963 pp 36 of Adventures in English (ed. Michael Baldwin) pub. ENGAND, London: BBC - pb
Note: This is a booklet to go alongside "In and Out and Roundabout" - a group of poetry programmes on the BBC Home Service broadcast in February and March 1963 - see T4180
 
C1380 "Mrs. Haldane of Cloan" (poem of 31 lines)
 
  -- Jul 1924 pp ?? of "Weekly Westminster"
The form of the title used here needs to be determined ***
 
  PL 1925 pp 86-87 of The Best Poems of 1924 (ed. Thomas Moult) pub. ENGLAND, london: Jonathan Cape - HB - 128pp
The form of the title used here is "M.E.H - Mrs Haldane of Cloan"
The book also issued in 1925 by USA, New York: Harcourt Brace
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 27-28 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
The form of the title used here is "Mrs Haldane of Cloan"
 
C1390 "My Love ?" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 7 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1400 " 'My True Love Hath My Heart' " (poem of 9 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 14 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  PL 1993 pp 233 of Love's Witness: Five Centuries of Love Poetry by Women (ed. Jill Hollis) pub. ENGLAND, London: Robinson - pb - 334pp
This book was retitled No Bliss Like This: Five Centuries of Love Poems by Women and republished in a 2007 HB from the same publisher
 
  OL Apr 2008 pp viii of With This Ring: Promises to Keep (ed. Joanna Weaver) pub. USA, Colorado Springs (CO): Waterbrook Press - HB - 144pp
 
C1410 "The N.U.W.M. against Lord Trenchard" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  RR Feb1934 pp 61 of "This Unrest" (v1.#2) - Magazine published at Ruskin College, Oxford
 
C1420 "Nala's Song" (song)
 
  VW 1913 pp 8 of Saunes Bairos (A0850)
Note: pp 35 of Saunes Bairos prints the music, by W A Pickard-Cambridge, under the different title "Who Eateth the Snow" (song C2550)
 
C1430 "The Neolithic Flint Mines" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 53 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
C1440 "Nettlebed Road" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 7 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
  RR 1990 pp 165 of Naomi Mitchison: A Century of Experiment in Life and Letters (by Jill Benton) ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - HB - 192pp. See H1800
 
  OL 16 Aug 1997 pp ?? of "The Herald" - the Glasgow newspaper, in their Daily Poem section
 
  OL Jun 2005 pp 249 of The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (ed. Maurice Lindsay and Lesley Duncan) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Einburgh University Press - HB - 420pp
 
C1450 "New Born" (poem of 13 lines)
  -- About Lois - eldest daughter of NMM
 
  VW 20 Nov 1926 pp 270 of "The Nation & Athenaeum" (v40.#7)
 
  PL 1928 pp 7 of The Best Poems of 1927 (ed. Thomas Moult) pub. ENGLAND, london: Jonathan Cape - HB - 100pp
The book also issued in 1928 by USA, New York: Harcourt Brace
 
C1460 "New Verse 1937" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 20 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1465 "New Verse" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  RR 1990 pp 90 of Naomi Mitchison: A Century of Experiment in Life and Letters (by Jill Benton) ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - HB - 192pp. See H1800
 
C1470 "Next Stop Perth" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  XX 1955 pp 108 of New Poems 1955: a P.E.N. anthology (ed. Patric Dickinson, J C Hall & Erica Marx) pub. ENGLAND, London: M Joseph - HB 123pp
 
  VW 1978 pp 35 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C1480 "1943" (poem of 7 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 21 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  -- 1984 pp 90 of Chaos of the Night: Women's Verse and Poetry of the Scond World War (ed. Catherine W Reilly) pub. ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb
 
C1490 "North Queensland Coast" (poem of 8 lines)
 
  VW* Oct 1980 pp 7 of A Garland for Jack Lindsay (ed. Anon) pub. ENGLAND, St Albans: Piccolo Press - pamphet
This is one of 150 copies printed to accompany the memorial service for Jack Lindsay. Other contributors include Doris Lessing, David Holbrook, Roy Fuller and Alan Sillitoe.
 
C1500 "October Wind" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 22-23 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1510 "Oh Eastern Wind" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 237 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1520 "Old Love and New Love" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW 20 Oct 1934 pp 1814 of "Time and Tide" (v15.#42)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 80-81 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
  OL 2003 pp 54 of The Honey Gatherers: A Book of Love Poems (ed. Maura Dooley) pub. ENGLAND, Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe - pb - 370pp
 
C1530 "Oldies" (poem of 9 lines)
 
  VW 4 Nov 1983 pp 43 of "The New Statesman" (v106.#2746)
 
  PL Apr 1986 pp 115 of Occasional Poets: An Anthology (ed. Richard Adams) pub. ENGLAND, London: Penguin Viking - HB - 182pp - £9.95
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 23 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1540 "Olympia - Rome - London" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 314-315 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C1550 "Omen of the Enemy" (poem of 23 lines)
 
  NS 27 Jul 1935 pp 125 of "The New Statesman and Nation" (v10.#231)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 11-12 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C1560 "On a Highland Farm" (poem of 29 lines)
 
  TW Nov 1951 pp 27 of "Scotland's Magazine"
 
  VW 1978 pp 25-26 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C1570 "On Mount Pilatus" (poem of 32 lines - as by "N Haldane age 12 years")
 
  VW* Dec 1910 pp 1161-1162 of "The Draconian"
 
C1580 "On Taking a T'ang Horse from Hammersmith to the City" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 87 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1590 "Out of the Enemy Country" (poem of 14 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 233 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1600 "Out of This Misery" (poem of 25 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 235-236 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1610 "Paid on Both Sides" (poem of 32 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 228-229 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
Dedication: "For Patrick and Liz van Rensburg: Swaneng Hill."
 
C1620 "Pain of Waiting" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  TW 19 Apr 1930 pp 49 of "The New Statesman" (v35.#886)
 
C1630 "Pause in the Corrida" (long poem)
 
  VW Jun 1936 pp 237-240 of The Fourth Pig (A0390)
 
C1640 "Pax Romana" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  -- 1916 pp 22 of Oxford Poetry 1916 (ed. G D H Cole & T W Earp) pub. ENGLAND, Oxford: B H Blackwell - pb - 59pp
 
  -- 1917 pp 171 of Oxford Poetry 1914-1916 (ed. Various) pub. ENGLAND, Oxford: B H Blackwell - HB - 190pp
 
C1650 "Peace" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 92-93 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 6 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1660 "Peace" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 57 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
----- "Pelion (to Naomi Mitchison)" (poem by Elizabeth Belloc )
-- This poem appeared in "The London Mercury" in Nov 1932 and was also included on pp 61-64 of The Best Poems of 1932 (ed. Thomas Mount) pub. Jonathan Cape - HB - 128pp
 
C1670 "Philisté's Weaving Song" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 188 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C1680 "The Plash Net" (song of 24 lines)
  -- From the Gaelic of Donnachadh Dhu An Duin - to the air "Grows the Yarrow"
 
  VW Oct 1941 pp 24 of "The Scots Magazine"
 
  VW 1957 pp 124 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C1690 "Plowing Eve" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 317-318 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
  -- 1961 pp 21 of The Undying Past (ed. Orville Prescott) pub. USA, New York: Doubleday - HB - 623pp
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 45 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1700 "Poacher's Song" (song of 16 lines - to the air "Faililo Iriag")
 
  VW Nov 1941 pp 111 of "The Scots Magazine"
 
C1710 "Poem" (poem of 19 lines)
  1st line is "In the Cow the Calf Sleeps" - *** ??re-catalog under IN ..........
 
  VW Aut 1957 pp 18 of "The Saltire Review" (v4.#12)
 
C1720 "The Poor Bride" (poem of 30 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 87-88 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1730 "Postscript to a Conversation" (poem of 8 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 20 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1740 "Potato Planting" (poem of 35 lines)
 
  VW* 16 May 1942 pp ??-?? of "The Cambeltown Courier"
Dedication: "For Lachlan, Angus and Jimmie"
 
C1750 "Praise of Mochudi" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 225 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1760 "Praise of the Lion Killer" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 235 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1770 "Professor Whitehead and the Poets" (poem of 28 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 222-223 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C1780 "The Proposal" (poem of 26 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 80-81 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1790 "Prothalamion" (poem of 29 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 82-83 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1800 "Pure Grow the Little Ones - A Hammersmith Folk-Song" (song)
 
  XX* 1920s? Dedication: "Discovered by N.M.M. and dedicated by her to A.P.H. of that ilk."
Note: 12 verses plus explanatory notes to the tune of "Green Grow the Rushes oh"
A 2pp folio - size 37x24.5 cm. This seems not to be a "published" item, with only one or two copies known.
 
C1810 "Pythian XI" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 118-119 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C1820 "Quiet the Clock" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 333 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C1830 "Raasay" (poem of 16 lines)
  -- Also published as part of "Three Poems" (C2270)
 
  TW Jul 1952 pp 138 of "The Poetry Review" (v43.#3)
 
  VW 1978 pp 28-29 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C1840 "Rain" (poem of 36 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 225-226 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1850 "Ravenna" (long poem)
 
  -- 5 Dec 1925 pp 34 of "Literary Digest" (v87.#10 - #1859) - published in New York.
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 41-44 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1860 "The Red Hackle" -or- "The Reid Hackle" (song of three 4-line verses and a 6-line chorus)
 
  OL 6 Aug 1917 pp 5 of "Perthshire Advertiser" as "The Red Hackle"
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 57-58 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560) as "The Reid Hackle"
 
C1870 "Remembering 1926" (long poem)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 355-360 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 2-5 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
  PL 1991 pp 243-6 of An Anthology of Scottish Women Poets (ed. Catherine Kerrigan with Meg Bateman) - Pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 366pp
 
C1880 "The Rhodesian Woman" (poem of 7 lines)
 
  TR 6 Sep 1968 pp 10 of "Tribune"
Dedication: "For Bernard Chidzero - a Rhodesian economist working with the United Nations"
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 20 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
Dedication: "For Bernard Chidzero."
 
C1890 "The Road to Rome" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 67 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1900 "The Roman Road" (poem of 12 lines as by "N.M.H.")
 
  VW* Aug 1915 pp 1756 of "The Draconian"
 
C1910 "The Sailing Race at Midsummer from Helsingor" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 53 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 25 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C1920 "Sarajevo" (poem of 8 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 39 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1930 "Savernake Forest" (poem of 38 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 13-14 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1940 "Scotland" (poem of 6 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 47 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C1950 "The Scottish Renaissance in Glasgow - 1935" (poem of 17 lines)
 
  -- 17 Apr 1928 pp 627-629 of "The London Mercury" (#102)
 
  VW c 1931 pp 25-26 of Living Scottish Poets (ed. C M Grieve) pub. ENGLAND, London: Ernest Benn - pb
Note: Christopher Murray Grieve (the editor) is better known as a poet under his penname Hugh McDiarmid - also there is no date in the title on this appearance
 
  VW 1978 pp 12 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  VW 1988 pp 63-64 of Scottish Songs and Sentiments (ed. David Jarvis) pub. SCOTLAND Edinburgh: Hubbub - pb - 159pp
 
  OL Sep 2004 pp 135 of Scotlands: Poets and the Nation (ed. Alan Riach and Douglas Gifford) pub. ENGLAND, Manchester: Carcanet Press - pb - 264pp
 
  OL Jun 2005 pp 247 of The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (ed. Maurice Lindsay and Lesley Duncan) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 420pp
 
  OL 2011 pp 72-73 of Beredter Norden: Schottische Lyrik Seit 1900 (ed. Iain Galbraith) pub. Germany, Berlin: Rugerup - pb - 543pp
This book, with a title that translates as "Eloquent North", contains parallel texts in English & German.
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for copy of this title in German
 
C1955 "She Went on her Trials" (ballad)
 -- This is the first line of an untitled ballad.
 
  OL 21 Nov 1953 pp 9 of "The Sydney Morning Herald" as part of article E6185
 
C1960 "Since There's No Help" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 301-302 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
C1970 "Singing at Midnight" (poem of 41 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 230-231 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C1980 "Siren Night" (poem of 37 lines)
-- Apparently written in 1940 as part of the Mass Observation project, but unpublished at that time.
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 51 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 130-131 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
  OL Mar 2014 pp 152 of From the Line: Scottish War Poetry 1914-1945 (ed. David Goldie and Roderick Watson) - pub SC OTLAND, Edinburgh: Association for Scottish Literary Studies - HB - 232pp
 
C1985 from "Siren Night" ( extract)
 
  OL 2007 a 6-line extract of the poem is used as one of two epigraphs in British Children's Fiction in the Second World War - by Owen Dudley Edwards - pub. SCOTLAND: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 750pp
 
  RR Sep 2010 a 7-line extract (the first verse) of the poem is used as an epigraph to chapter 10 (on pp200) of The Blitz - The British Under Attack - by Juliet Gardiner - pub. ENGLAND, London: Harper - HB - 352pp
 
C1990 "Sitting Out" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 79 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2000 "Slack Fishing" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  PL Jan 1955 pp 17 of "Lines Review" (#7)
 
  VW 1957 pp 31 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C2010 "Somewhere in My Mind" (poem of 30 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 101-102 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2020 "Song" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 320 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C2030 "Song of the Guard on the Snow-Line" (song of 30 lines)
-- Note: In Saunes Bairos (A0850) the title was "The Guard's Song" (song C0860)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 109-110 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
Dedication: "To the memory of G K Boswell."
 
C2040 "Song to a Lute Tune" (poem of 19 lines)
 
  TX 5 Mar 1931 pp 39 of "The Penny Farthing" (v??.#??) - Illustrated by Noel Harwood
 
C2050 "A Sophist in Love" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 270 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C2060 "Sophrosyne Castle" (poem of 38 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 314-316 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C2070 "Spain" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 51 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2090 "Spring" (poem of 7 lines)
 
  NS 1 Feb 1941 pp 109 of "The New Statesman and Nation" (v12.#519)
 
C2100 "Spring 1918" (poem of 29 lines)
 
  XX 25 May 1918 pp ?? of "The Cambridge Magazine" (v?.#??) - title here may have been simply "Spring"
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 62-62 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2110 "Spring Queen and Corn King" (poem of 27 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 21 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C2120 "Stamfordics" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW Oct 1930 pp 489-490 of "The London Mercury" (v22.#132)
 
C2130 "Stella Benson" (poem of 7 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 27 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
  OL 2006 pp 127-128 of British Women Writers 1914-1945: Professional Work and Friendship (by Catherine Clay) - pub. ENGLAND, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing - HB - 192pp
See also item H3550 for more from this book.
 
C2140 "Stop-over in Athens" (poem of 19 lines)
 
  NM Aut/Win '85 pp 24 of "Orbis - An International Quarterly of Poetry & Prose" (#58/59)
Note: This is a special Scottish issue of the magazine.
 
C2150 "Storm at Night" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 81-82 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2155 "Strange Renaissance ?" (6 line poetry extract)
 
  TR 20 Nov 1942 pp 13 of "Tribune"
Lines are quoted, without full attribution, in a "letter to the editor" by David Cleghorn Thomson
 
C2160 "The Stranger in the Temple" (poem of 24 lines - as by "N.M.H.")
 
  VW Oct 1915 pp 3-4 of "The Snark" (October Term 1915)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 70-71 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2170 "Strathearn" (poem of 17 lines)
 
  VW 1957 pp 116 of Five Men and a Swan (A0380)
 
C2180 "Submarine in Carradale Bay" (poem of ?? lines)
 
  OL ?? 1943 pp 199 of "Scots Magazine" (#39)
 
C2190 "Sunday Morning" (poem of 37 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 110-112 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2200 "Swimming in the Thames, off Hammersmith, with Isobel Powys" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 50 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2210 "The Talking Oats" (long poem)
 
  VW Sum 1980 pp 10-20 of "Chapman" (#27/28 - v6.#3/4)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 137-150 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C2215 "Tennessee Snow" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  OL 21 Sep 1935 pp ??? of "Time and Tide" (v16.#38)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 78 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C2220 "Then" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 21 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C2230 "Things Without Remedy" (poem of 29 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 159 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C2240 "Thinking of War" (poem of 26 lines)
 
  VW 10 Oct 1936 pp 1386 of "Time and Tide" (v17.#41)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 77 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C2250 "The Three Kings" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 45 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C2260 "Three Lambs" (poem of 89 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 93-97 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2270 "Three Poems: (For the Highlands and Islands Advisory Panel)" (group of poems)
  "Duncraig" (C0530), "Raasay" (C1830) and "Wester Ross" (C2530)
 
  VW 1978 pp 28-30 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C2280 "Time" (poem of 17 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 102 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2290 "Timor Conturbat Me" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 54 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
  PL Sept 1990 pp 183 of "Chapman" (#60-61)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 183 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C2300 "To a Dane" (poem of 21 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 23 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C2310 "To a Fellow Octogenarian in Denmark" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 22 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C2320 "To a Fisherman with the Present of a Knife" (poem of 11 lines)
 
  VW 1978 pp 27 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  OL Jun 2005 pp 247 of The Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry (ed. Maurice Lindsay and Lesley Duncan) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Einburgh University Press - HB - 420pp
 
C2330 "To Jim MacKinven" (poem of 67 lines)
 
  VW ? 1965 pp 5-6 of Poems and Essays (ed. Jim MacKinven) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Caledonian Press - pb
Note: The first of two introductory poems for the book
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 41-42 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
Note: Title in this publication is "Jim McKinven: March 1941" - << spelling sic
 
  OL Nov 1999 pp 102-103 of Shadows of War: British Women's Poetry of the Second World War (ed. Anne Powell) - pub. ENGLAND, Stroud: Sutton Publishing - HB - 360pp
Note: Title in this publication is "Jim McKinven: March 1941" - << spelling sic
 
  OL 2010 in River of Fire: The Clydebabk Blitz (by John MacLeod) - pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Birlinn Ltd - HB - 352pp
This poem appears in the unpaginated end section of the book as one of 2 poems under under the title "Two Poems for Jim MacKinven" - it is untitled otherwise. The book was reissued in a revised pb edition in 2011.
 
C2340 "To Some Young Communists from an Older Socialist" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  OL May 1933 pp 9 of "New Verse" (#1)
 
  OL May 2003 pp 76-77 of Red Sky at Night: An Anthology of British Socialist Poetry (ed. Andy Croft & Adrian Marshall) pub. ENGLAND, Nottingham: Five Leaves - pb - 304pp
 
  PL Dec 1995 pp 76 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C2350 "Too Late" (poem of 19 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 97-98 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2360 "The Torches of Mithras" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 72 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2370 "Torquata Parvula" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 83-84 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2380 "Tribal Country" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 230 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C2390 "Turn the Curse to Blessing" (poem of 24 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 226-227 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C2400 "Tutankhamun" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  TW 6 Jun 1972 pp 19 of "The Listener" (v88.#2258)
 
C2410 "Two Men and a Girl" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 90 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2420 "Two Men at the Salmon Nets" (poem of 14 lines)
-- This is the same poem, with a variant title, as "Dick and Colin at the Salmon Nets" (C0500)
 
  VW May 1933 pp 63 of The Delicate Fire (A0300)
 
  RR 1990 pp 91 of Naomi Mitchison: A Century of Experiment in Life and Letters (by Jill Benton) ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - HB - 192pp. See H1800
 
C2430 "Two More French Towns" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 50-51 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2440 "Two Old Women" (poem of 22 lines)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 22 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)
 
C2445 "Two Physicists" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  OL 9 Jul 1981 pp 105 of "New Scientist" (v91.#1261)
 
C2450 "Ulster" (poem of 18 lines - as by "N Haldane, O.D.")
 
  VW* Aug 1912 pp 1341-1342 of "The Draconian"
 
C2460 "UNESCO Problems" (poem of 10 lines)
 
  VW Jul-Sep 1959 pp 140 of ""The Poetry Review" (v50.#3)
 
C2465 "The Unfertile Heart" (poem of 13 lines)
 
  OL 11 Sep 1937 pp ??? of "Time and Tide" (v18.#37)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 80 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C2470 "Up Loch Fyne" (poem of 7 lines)
 
  RR Sum 1969 pp 20 of "Form" (#1)
 
  VW 1978 pp 27 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
C2480 "Valley of the Kings" (poem of 63 lines)
 
  VW 8 Sep 1961 pp 601 of "The Times Literary Supplement" (#3106)
 
  RR Sep 1990 pp 127-129 of A Girl Must Live (A0410)
 
C2490 "Vallø Castle" (poem of 12 lines)
 
  VW Jul-Sep 1955 pp 139 of "The Poetry Review" (v46.#3)
 
C2495 "Vase Room at the Louvre" (poem)
 
  -- .. Sep 1931 pp 61 of "The Island" (v1.#??)
 
C2500 "Vercingetorix in Alesia" (poem of 40 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 73-74 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2510 "Warning to a Chief" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Apr 1966 pp 227-228 of Return to the Fairy Hill (A0830)
 
C2520 " 'We Have not Quarrelled with the German People' - Pres. Wilson" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 61 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2530 "Wester Ross" (poem of 25 lines)
  -- Also published as part of "Three Poems" (C2270)
 
  NS 17 Jan 53 pp 69 of "The New Statesman and Nation" (v45.#1141)
Note: ??????? Check against poem C2270
C2530 has 26? lines and starts "Stone and Rock .. and ends "..... Bad One's flag"
 
  VW 1978 pp 29-30 of The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
 
  -- 1982 pp 127 of Poems of the Scottish Hills (ed. Hamish Brown) (ed. Hamish Brown) pub. SCOTLAND, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press - HB&pb - 202pp
 
  RR 2010 pp 50-51 of Highlands and Islands: a Collection of the Poetry of Place (ed. Mary Miers) pub. ENGLAND, London: Eland - pb - 160pp - £6.99
 
C2535 "Westminster" (poem of ?? lines)
-- Dedication: "Specially for J P W Mallalieu"
 
  OL 2 Jun 1950 pp ?? of "Tribune"
 
  OL 1952 pp 226 of Scottish Verse, 1851-1951: Selected for the General Reader (ed. Douglas Young) pub. ENGLAND, London: Thomas Nelson - HB - 363pp
 
C2540 " 'When you are Unhappy' " (poem of 6 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 24 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2550 "Who Eateth the Snow" (song)
 
  VW 1913 pp 35 of Saunes Bairos (A0850) with music by W A Pickard-Cambridge
Note - Contents list of Saunes Bairos has this under the title of "Nala's Song" (song C1420). Full text of song is on pp 8 of the book.
 
C2560 "The Widow" (poem of 28 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 58-59 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2570 "Wild Rider with Hounds Afoot" (poem of 33 lines)
  -- first line of untitled poem
 
  VW Jan 1965 pp ??-?? of When We Become Men (A1040)
 
C2580 "Wild Swan At Port Meirion" (poem of 18 lines)
 
  VW Oct 1930 pp 489 of "The London Mercury" (v22.#132)
 
C2590 "A Win for the Whisky" (poem of 25 lines)
 
  VW Spr 1985 pp 15 of "Strata Poetry Magazine" (#5)
 
C2600 "Winchester" (poem of 43 lines)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 52-53 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
Dedication: "To Dick and Cecil Gleadowe."
 
C2605 "Winifred Holtby" (poem of 16 lines)
 
  -- Oct 1936 pp of "Time and Tide" (v17.#??)
 
  PL 1937 pp 46 of The Best Poems of 1936 (ed. Thomas Moult) pub. ENGLAND, london: Jonathan Cape - HB - 128pp
The book also issued in 1937 by USA, New York: Harcourt Brace
 
C2610 "Wise Diotima" (poem of 15 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 202-203 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
Dedication: "Poem for M."
 
  OL Apr 1944 pp ?? of The Road to Maturity (ed. Edward F Griffith) pub. ENGLAND, London: Victor Gollancz - HB - 232pp
This edition had a second printing in Jun 1944. Book was re-issued by ENGLAND, London: Methuen in 1947 - HB - 232pp - where the poem was quoted in full on pp38
 
C2620 "Woman Alone" (poem of 17 lines)
-- An extended, by 10 lines, version of this poem appeared under the title"Comfort" (C0420)
 
  -- 7 Dec 1935 pp of "Time and Tide" (v16.#49)
 
  VW Spr 1984 pp 54 of "Chapman" (#38 - v8.#2)
 
  OL Dec 1995 pp 81 of Women's Poetry of the 1930s (ed. Jane Dowson) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 224pp
 
C2630 "Woman at a Party" (poem of 27 lines - translated from the Greek)
 
  VW Jul 1926 pp 22 of The Laburnum Branch (A0560)
 
C2640 " 'A Wood Near Athens' " (poem of 32 lines)
 
  VW Jun 1928 pp 82-84 of Black Sparta: Greek Stories (A0180)
 
C2645 "XIII: Work and Love" (section of poem )
-- The 13th, and final section, of the long poem "The Cleansing of the Knife" (C0400)
 
  OL Sep 2003 pp 56-57 of Modern Scottish Women Poets (ed. Dorothy McMillan and Michel Byrne) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB - 312pp
This book reprinted at least once - in Jun 2008
 
C2650 "Yes, But" (poem of 20 lines)
 
  NS 15 May 1954 pp 636 of "New Statesman & Nation" (v47.#1210) - Dedication: "For Robert Graves and Margaret Murray."
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 42 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1/2)