Alan Seeger (1886 - 1916)

Alan Seeger was an American poet, born in New York City. Seeger graduated from Harvard at 1910. During World War I he served in the French Foreign Legion and was killed in battle in 1916. He is famous for his war poem, “I Have a Rendezvous with Death.” He was twenty-two when this photograph was taken while he was a student at Harvard.

Poems By Alan Seeger


A Message to America (1 Comment »)
After an Epigram of Clement Marot (No Comments »)
All That’s Not Love . . . (No Comments »)
An Ode to Antares (No Comments »)
Antinous (No Comments »)
Ariosto. Orlando Furioso, Canto X, 91-99 (No Comments »)
At the Tomb of Napoleon (1 Comment »)
Bellinglise (No Comments »)
Broceliande (No Comments »)
Champagne, 1914-15 (No Comments »)
Coucy (1 Comment »)
Do You Remember Once . . . (1 Comment »)
El Extraviado (No Comments »)
Eudaemon (No Comments »)
Fragments (No Comments »)
I Have A Rendezvous With Death (16 Comments »)
I Loved… (No Comments »)
Introduction and Conclusion of a Long Poem (No Comments »)
Juvenilia, An Ode to Natural Beauty (No Comments »)
Kyrenaikos (No Comments »)
La Nue (No Comments »)
Liebestod (No Comments »)
Lyonesse (No Comments »)
Maktoob (2 Comments »)
Ode in Memory of the American Volunteers Fallen for France (1 Comment »)
On a Theme in the Greek Anthology (No Comments »)
On the Cliffs, Newport (No Comments »)
Oneata (No Comments »)
Paris (No Comments »)
Rendezvous (No Comments »)
Resurgam (No Comments »)
Sonnet 01 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 02 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 03 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 04 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 05 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 06 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 07 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 08 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 10 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 11 (No Comments »)
Sonnet 12 (No Comments »)
Sonnet I (No Comments »)
Sonnet II (No Comments »)
Sonnet III (No Comments »)
Sonnet IV (No Comments »)
Sonnet IX (No Comments »)
Sonnet V (No Comments »)
Sonnet VI (No Comments »)
Sonnet VII (1 Comment »)
Sonnet VIII (No Comments »)
Sonnet X (No Comments »)
Sonnet XI (No Comments »)
Sonnet XII (No Comments »)
Sonnet XIII (No Comments »)
Sonnet XIV (No Comments »)
Sonnet XV (No Comments »)
Sonnet XVI: Who Shall Invoke Her (No Comments »)
Tezcotzinco (No Comments »)
The Aisne (No Comments »)
The Bayadere (No Comments »)
The Deserted Garden (No Comments »)
The Hosts (No Comments »)
The Need to Love (No Comments »)
The Nympholept (No Comments »)
The Old Lowe House, Staten Island (No Comments »)
The Rendezvous (No Comments »)
The Sultan’s Palace (No Comments »)
The Torture of Cuauhtemoc (No Comments »)
The Wanderer (No Comments »)
Tithonus (1 Comment »)
To England at the Outbreak of the Balkan War (No Comments »)
Translations: Dante – Inferno, Canto XXVI (No Comments »)
Virginibus Puerisque . . . (No Comments »)
Vivien (No Comments »)
With a Copy of Shakespeare’s Sonnets on Leaving College (No Comments »)
Written in a Volume of the Comtesse de Noailles (No Comments »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of Alan Seeger's poem Written in a Volume of the Comtesse de Noailles

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