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, - 114 (1922): 2 `` (`Evening`, 1921 (J. Milton)) S.244
, - 114 (1922): 6 ` ` (`The New River`) S.308
, - 114 (1922): 10 `Charlie Rutlage` S.226
, - 114 (1922): 12 `Remembrance` S.332
, - 114 (1922): 14 `` (1921) S.283
, - 114 (1922): 19 `The Greatest Man` S.259
, - 114 (1922): 22 `Nov. 2, 1920` (`Election` (It Strikes Me That)) S.313
, - 114 (1922): 24 `` (`Premonitions`, 1921 (R. Johnson)) S.328
, - 114 (1922): 26 `Like a sick eagle` (1920) S.288
, - 114 (1922): 28 `On the Counter` (1920, Ch. Ives) S.320
, - 114 (1922): 29 `The See`r` (1920, Ives) S.344
, - 114 (1922): 30 `From Paracelsus` (1921) S.324
, - 114 (1922): 31 `Walt Whitman` S.384
, - 114 (1922): 32 `The side show` S.348
, - 114 (1922): 37 `` S.234
, - 114 (1922): 39 `Afterglow` S.207
, - 114 (1922): 41 `1, 2, 3` S.321
, - 114 (1922): 54 `A Son of a Gambolier` S.353
, - 114 (1922): 55 `Down East` (1919, Ives) S.236
, - 114 (1922): 59 `Tolerance` S.377
, - 114 (1922): 63 `Those evening bells` (1903, T. Moore) S.374
, - 114 (1922): 64 `The Cage` (1906) S.221
, - 114 (1922): 69 `Rough Wind` S.339
, - 114 (1922): 70 `` S.299
, - 114 (1922): 71 `There is a Lane` S.370
, - 114 (1922): 90 `The World`s Highway` S.397
, - 114 (1922): 91 `Karen` S.285
, - 114 (1922): 95 `Allegro` (1900, Ives) S.208
, - 114 (1922): 107 `A Night Thought` S.311
, - 114 (1922): 111 `Canon` S.223
, - 40 : 2 `Because of You` S.218
, - 40 : 13 `Her Gown was of Vermilion Silk` (`Ÿ `) S.264
, - 40 : 17 `` (`In Autumn`) S.276
, - 40 : 21 `My Lou Jennine` S.302
, - 40 : 27 `Song` (`She is not fair to outward view`) S.354
, - 40 : 36 `Through Night and Day` S.375
, - `They are there` (1917, Ives) S.371
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ditlinda (25.06.2018 10:44)
Another good cowpuncher has gone to meet his fate,
I hope he`ll find a resting place, within the golden gate.
Another place is vacant on the ranch of the X I T,
`Twill be hard to find another that`s liked as well as he.
The first that died was Kid White, a man both tough and brave,
While Charlie Rutlage makes the third to be sent to his grave,
Caused by a cowhorse falling, while running after stock;
`Twas on the spring round up, a place where death men mock,
He went forward one morning on a circle through the hills,
He was gay and full of glee, and free from earthly ills;
But when it came to finish up the work on which he went,
Nothing came back from him; his time on earth was spent.
`Twas as he rode the round up, a XIT turned back to the herd;
Poor Charlie shoved him in again, his cutting horse he spurred;
Another turned; at that moment his horse the creature spied
And turned and fell with him, beneath poor Charlie died,
His relations in Texas his face never more will see,
But I hope he`ll meet his loved ones beyond in eternity,
I hope he`ll meet his parents, will meet them face to face,
And that they`ll grasp him by the right hand at the shining throne of grace.
 
     
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