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A Complete Collection of Poems - A large e-text collection of Kipling's poetry, well-organized and easy to navigate. Includes a brief biography.
Alnaschar and the Oxen - Text from .
Collected Poems - A large collection of Kipling's poetry, presented in an easily navigable, readable format.
Danny Deever - From the author's collection of Barrack-Room Ballads. First published in The National Observer in 1890 .
Dover Thrift Editions - A selection of poems and text notes.
Gunga Din - First published in The National Observer in 1890 and later included in Barrack-Room Ballads.
If - The author's inspirational poem. Written in 1910 as part of Rewards and Fairies
If - The author's inspirational poem. Written in 1910 as part of Rewards and Fairies
Mandalay - A popular poem first published in The National Observer in 1890 .
Poems - A selection of some of Kipling's poetry written between 1889 and 1896 including Barrack Room Ballads and The Seven Seas, from .
Poems by Rudyard Kipling - A small selection of poems, including In The Pride of His Youth and Dinah in Heaven .
Poetry Lovers Page - A complete collection of the Kipling's poems with a searchable index. Also includes biographical notes written by Dmitry Karshtedt .
Poets' Corner - Selected Works - Text of The Ballad of East and West and McAndrews Hymn with photograph of Kipling from Geocities .
Recessional - First published in The Times on the 17th July 1897, written to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
The Ballad of the East and West - A poem from Barrack Room Ballards and Other Verses, published in 1891.
The Female of the Species - "For the female of the species is more deadly than the male", a poem first published in 1911.
The Last Department - From Departmental Ditties published in 1886.
The Last of The Light Brigade - "There were thirty million English who talked of England's might", a poem published in 1891 .
The Mary Gloucester - A poem published in 1894.
The Outsong - This is the song that Mowgli heard behind him in the jungle till he came to Messua's door again.

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