Sonnets

This is a book of sonnets by George G. Currie. Currie was a Canadian-born lawyer and business man, but also an accomplished author and poet. While he traveled the United States and Europe extensively throughout his life, he settled in Florida. Both the theme of traveling as well as Florida occur frequently in his poetry. - Summary by Carolin

57 chapters
Invocation
Side Lights on Man
Woman - In Her Infinite Variety
Democratic Doctrines
An Open Letter to Henry Morrison Flagler
To the White Man's God
In Honor of St. Augustine, the Oldest City in America
Ponce de Leon's Mistake
In the Pinewoods
Canada
Farewell
Well Done
Awake my Countrymen
Our Hero Brothers
By the Grave of St. Louis Riel
My Choice of Cities
To Sir Wilfrid Laurier
In Westminster Abbey
To Edwin H. Lemare, Organist
Glasgow University
On Tara at Sunrise
To My Only Sister
Annie Besant, the Orator
Home
The One I Love
Life
Death
Sympathy
Solitude
Mock Modesty
Cruelty
Remorse
Poverty
Travel
Odysseus
Heroism
Love
Forgiven
Patriotism
Science
Truth
History
Consistency
Friendship
Odd Fellowship
Let Us Have Unlimited Arbitration
The Miracle of Birth
Shall the Mothers Vote
The Hague Tribunal
The World Is My Country, to Do Good Is My Religion
Up in an Aeroplane
To Francis Angevine Currie
To My Baby Daughter
To Richard Currie Chillingworth
Assassination of McKinley
To My Mistress' Eyebrow
Lily and the Angel

George Graham Currie