The Wind Among the Reeds (1899)

        The Hosting of the Sidhe
        The Everlasting Voices
        The Moods
        The Lover tells of the Rose in his Heart
        The Host of the Air
        The Fish
        The Unappeasable Host
        Into the Twilight
        The Song of Wandering Aengus
        The Song of the Old Mother
        The Heart of the Woman
        The Lover mourns for the Loss of Love
        He mourns for the Change that has come upon Him and his Beloved, and longs for the End of the World
        He bids his Beloved be at Peace
        He reproves the Curlew
        He remembers forgotten Beauty
        A Poet to his Beloved
        He gives his Beloved certain Rhymes
        To his Heart, bidding it have no Fear
        The Cap and Bells
        The Valley of the Black Pig
        The Lover asks Forgiveness because of his Many Moods
        He tells af a Valley full of Lovers
        He tells of the Perfect Beauty
        He hears the Cry of the Sedge
        He thinks of Those who have spoken Evil of his Beloved
        The Blessed
        The Secret Rose
        Maid Quiet
        The Travail of Passion
        The Lover pleads with his Friend for Old Friends
        The Lover speaks to the Hearers of his Songs in Coming Days
        The Poet pleads with the Elemental Powers
        He wishes his Beloved were Dead
        He wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
        He thinks of his Past Greatness when a Part of the Constellations of Heaven
        The Fiddler of Dooney