Claude McKay's Early Poetry (1911-1922): A Digital CollectionMain MenuIntroduction: About this SiteAmardeep Singh, Lehigh UniversityConstab Ballads (1912) -- Digital EditionClaude McKay's "Constab Ballads"Songs of Jamaica (1912): Digital EditionBook of poetry by Claude McKay. Preface by Walter Jekyll.Early Uncollected Poetry (1911-1922)Uncollected Poems by Claude McKay published in Jamaican, British, and American magazinesWorkers Dreadnought PoetrySpring in New Hampshire (1920): Digital EditionHarlem Shadows (1922): Digital EditionHarlem Shadows Digital EditionSelected Poems of Claude McKay (1953)Approximating the Table of Contents of "Selected Poems of Claude McKay"Criticism and Contextual EssaysWorks CitedWorks Cited for "Claude McKay's Early Poetry (1912-1922)"TEI/XML Editions (in progress/coming soon)Links to TEI versions of these textsAmardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1
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12016-11-11T16:22:27-05:00Reality2Workers Dreadnought. April 24, 1920plain2016-11-14T14:08:01-05:00Struggle, Love, Hate For one soul saved from wreck so many lost; for one fair flower so many loathsome weeds; For one calm sea so many tempest-tossed; One act of love so many hateful deeds.
For one slight ray of hope a million fears; One day of peace long bitter years of strife; One hollow laught a thousand genuine tears; Such is the grim reality of life.
(Workers Dreadnought. April 24, 1920. Signed as Hugh Hope) (Edited and Proofread by Amardeep Singh)