|←Author Index: Ja||Arnold James|
|English poet and soldier during World War I|
- In Wheels: An Anthology of Verse (1916):
- "There was a peace at eve no other hour"
- "Clutching thine hand, sweet Death, my tranquil friend"
- "All day he moved not, lying low amid"
- In The Muse in Arms (1917):
- "The Tryst" (There was a peace at eve no other hour)
- In Wheels: Second Cycle (1917):
- "A Dream" (I wander forth along the riverside)
- "Till the Morn Break" (He tried to make a softer song)
- In Wheels: Third Cycle (1918):
- "The Exile" (I am kept with walls of iron from the place)
- "The Poet's Task" (I, that have merged my grief in sighing ocean)
- "God called me to his side"
- "Now from light of the sun"
- In Wheels: Fourth Cycle (1919):
- "Now the gold goes trickling out of the sunset"
- "Now my white-winged dreams do rove"
- "My lips were blossoming flowers of bitterness"