First Poems is a collection of early works by renowned English poet Ruth Pitter. These poems, written in the first half of the 20th century, explore themes of nature, spirituality, and human emotion with lyricism and sensitivity. This volume provides a unique glimpse into the formative years of one of England's great literary figures.
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