London: Kegan Paul (1902). 505pp.
The posthumously published poems of the metaphysical poet who, along with his onetime lover John Addington Symonds, became a disciple of Walt Whitman's theory of comradeship. This collection of his poetry contains an Introduction by John Addington Symonds, who maintained a friendship with the author until his own death in 1893. Very good in lightly worn slate boards, half-title lightly creased, prelims lightly browned. Uncommon.