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Who Winds to Win at Orkady sequence   poetry   "This Cuckoo Calendar or Hornchilde History or"
Issue Details: First known date: 1947... 1947 Who Winds to Win at Orkady
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Notes

  • Epigraph: To William all give audience,/ And pray ye for his noddle,/ For all the fairies' evidence/ Were lost if that were addle. - Corbett

Includes

Poet's Pub i "The mermaid on this tavern sign", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 64)
The Hippogriffe i "Who mounts upon a horse of Air", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 64)
The Hornchilde Wounds a Worm i "Sir Hornchilde pricks across a moor", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 65-66)
Ukko's Hill i "The revellers neath Ukko's Hill", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 66-67)
A Wind Goes Out from Orkady i "A wind goes out from Orkady", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 67-68)
The Hornchilde Clips the Summer Night i "The Hornchilde clips the summer night", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 69-70)
The Land of the Leshy i "As you enter the country of Ullo the Old", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 70-71)
Walther von der Vogelweid i "Walter von der Vogelweid", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 71-72)
This Hornchilde Had from the Lobokin i "Once Sir Hornchilde sat drinking late with Lop.", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 72-74)
King Ukko and Queen Wudumaer i "King Ukko and Queen Wudumaer engaged in hot debate ...", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 75-76)
Impossible Farewell to Elphin i "As I remarked just now, said the Leprochaun, it's", Peter Hopegood , 1947 single work poetry
— Appears in: Circus at World's End : An Assembly of Verse 1947; (p. 77-78)

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