Collected Poems, 1909-62 by T. S. Eliot

By T. S. Eliot

Released years sooner than his dying, this assortment comprises all of Eliot’s poetry that he needed to preserve.

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Dans un egout Une petite filIe En guenilles Camarde Regarde . Le directeur Du Spectateur Conservateur Et creve amour. a M eZange Adultere de Tout En Amerique, professeur; En Angleterre, journahste, C'est a grands pas et en sueur Que vous suivrez a peine rna piste. En Yorkslure, conferencier; A Londres, un peu banquier, Vous me paierez bien la tete. C'est aParis que je me cOlffe Casque noir de Jemenfoutiste. En Allemagne, philosophe Surexcite par Emporheben Au grand air de Bergstelgleben; J'erre touJours de-Cl de-Ia A divers coups de tra 18.

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And if it rams, a closed car at four. And we shall playa game of chess, Pressmg lIdless eyes and WaIting for a knock upon the door. When Lll's husband got demobbed, I said140 I didn't mmce my words, I saId to her myself, H DllRY UP PLEASE ITS 'TIME Now Albert's commg back, make yourself a bIt smalt. He'll want to know what you done with that money he gave you To get yourself some teeth. He did, I was there. You have them all out, LIl, and get a mce set, He saId, I swear, I can't bear to look at you.

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