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2010 - Books and Poems

I can't believe I have waited so long to post this!

1. "The Bear Came Over the Mountain" (short story)
2. Dinner with a Perfect Stranger
3. The Bad Back Book

4. Church Planting Movements
5. Houses that Changed the World
6. Sarah's Key
7. Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience by Blake
8. Outliers
9. So Long, Insecurity: You've Been a Bad Friend to Us
10."Composed Upon Westminster Bridge"
11."The Idiot Boy"
12."It is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free"
13."I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
14."Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey"
15."Lines Left Upon a Seat in a Yew-tree"
16."Lines Written in Early Spring"
17."London, 1802"
18. "Lucy Gray"
19."Ode:Intimation of Immortality"
20."She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways"
21."Simon Lee"
22."The World is Too Much With Us"

23."How Much Land Does a Man Need" by Tolstoy
24."Enoch Arden" by Tennyson
25."The Eolian Harp"
26."This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison"
27."Dejection:An Ode"
28."Kubla Khan"
29."The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
31. Acts
32. Falling Leaves
33. Romans

34. 1 Corinthians

35. The Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali

36. The Prelude by Wordsworth


37. "Better Resurrection"
38. "A Birthday"
39. "After Death"
40. "A Christmas Carol"
41. "The Convent Threshold"
42. "De Profundis"
43. "Dream Land"
44. "Goblin Market"
45. "Good Friday"
46. "Maude Clare"
47. "Monna Innominata"
48. "The Prince's Progress"
49. "Remember"
50. "Sister Maude"
51. "The Three Enemies"
52. "Up Hill"
53. "When I am Dead my Dearest"
54. "Dying Swan"
55. "The Lotos Eaters"
56. In Memoriam A.H.H.
57. The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass

58. "Hyperion: A Fragment"
59. Endymion
60."God's Grandeur
61. "Pied Beauty"
62. "The Caged Skylark"
63. "The Windhover"
64. "Carrion Comfort"
65. "No Worst"
66. "The Wreck of the Deutschland"
67. "A Prayer for My Daughter"
68. "The Cap and Bells"
69. "Down by the Salley Gardens"
70. "Easter 1916"
71. "The Coming of Wisdom with Time"
72. "The Lake Isle of Inisfree"
73. "Lapis Lazuli"
74. "Leda and the Swan"
75. "The Magi"
76. "Memory"
77. "Sailing to Byzantium"
78. "The Second Coming"
79. "The Secret Rose"
80. "September 1913"
81. "Three Things"
82. "The Wheel"
83. "When You Are Old"
84. "The Wild Swans at Coole"
85. "The Fiddler of Dooney"
86. "As I Walked Out One Evening"
87. "The Common Life"
88. "Compline"
89. "Epitaph on a Tyrant"
90. "The Fall of Rome"
91. "In Memory of Sigmund Freud"
92. "In Memory of W.B. Yets"
93. "Lay Your Sleeping Head, My Love"
94. "Lullaby"
95. "The More Loving One"
96. "On the Circuit"
97. "Propero to Ariel"
98. "September 1, 1939"
99. "The Shield of Achilles"
100. "Under Which Lyre"
101. "The Unknown Citizen"
102. "Walk After Dark"
103."Annus Mirabilis"
104. "Aubade"
105. "Deceptions"
106. "Essential Beauty"
107. "Far Out"
108. "High Windows"
109. "I Remember, I Remember"
110. "The Importance of Elsewhere"
111. "Is It for Now or for Always"
112. "Long Sight in Age"
113. "Modesties"
114. "The Old Fools"
115. "Story"
116. "Since the Majority of Me"
117. "This Be the Verse"
118. "To Put One Brick Upon Another"
119. "Toads"
120. "Why Did I Dream About You Last Night"
121. "To My Wife"
122. "Blackberry-Picking"
123. "Bogland"
124. "Casualty"
125. "Digging"
126. "Death of a Naturalist"
127. "Field Work"
128. "Hailstones"
129. "The Haw Lantern"
130. "Lightenings"
131. "The Ministry of Fear"
132. "Mossbawn: Two Poems in Dedication"
133. "Personal Helicon"
134. "Poets Chair"
135. "Squarings"
136. "Tollund"
137. Idylls of the King by Tennyson

138. Journal of a Solitude

139. Essays of Montaigne, Screech translation
140. Ecce Homo by Nietzsche
141. The Communist Manifesto
142. 2 Corinthians
144. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
145. The Translator: A Tribesman's Memoir of Darfur
146. Galatians
147. Be Free
148. Ephesians
149. Be Rich
150. Philippians

151. Be Joyful

152. Surprised by Joy

153. Colossians
154. Be Complete
155. Holman New Testament Commentary: Galatians-Colossians

156. 1 Thessalonians
157. 2 Thessalonians
158. Be Ready
159. 1 Timothy
160. The Picture of Dorian Gray
161. 2 Timothy
162. Titus
163. Philemon
164. Be Faithful
165. Hebrews
166. James
167. War and Peace

168. The Art of Racing in the Rain
169. Captains Courageous
170. The Pursuit of God (a favorite)
171. The Longest Day (amazing book, must read)
172. The History of England: Volume 5
173. An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Gandhi
174. 1 Peter
175. Be Hopeful (1 Peter)
176. 2 Peter
177. 1 John
178. 2 John
179. 3 John
180. Jude
181. Be Alert (2 Peter, 2,3 John, Jude)
182. Be Real (1 John)

183. Mein Kampf
184. Seven Story Mountain
185. Revelation

186. Same Kind of Different as Me
187. Life Application Bible (NIV)
188. The Prewrath Rapture Position Explained: Plain & Simple
189. Final Questions:Vital Questions for Every Person on Earth
190: Be Victorious

191. The Worst Hard Time
192. The Autobiography of Malcolm X
193. Man's Search for Meaning
194. Picking Cotton

195. The Book Thief
196. The Veil
197. The Great Crash of 1929

198. Skeletons on the Zahara

199. Sing a Song of Gladness

200. God is Good

201. A Christmas Carol (audiobook)

202. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

203. Desiring God

204. Devil in the White City

205. The Help

206. Life is Good
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