Several manuscript poems at some point brought together and given a single file reference. The items in V5, however, no longer exist as a discrete physical entity, but have been guarded and filed with other loose poems. For reference purposes only, each item has been given a distinct reference number, but all items within V5 will be produced upon request of any item within the file. The items in V5 are listed below with their reference numbers. All items are in pencil except V/5/7, V/5/9 and V/5/10.
V/5/1 'Stanzas written on Battersea Bridge during the prevalence of the late south westerly gale' 'The woods and downs have caught the mid December ...'
V/5/2 'The Rebel' 'There is a wall of which the stones ...'; 'The Angevin' 'When I was flying before the King ...'
V/5/3 'Song in praise of cremation' 'Some day Death's voice will sound for me ...'
V/5/4 'The Coronation' 'The adoring shouting multitudes depart ...'
V/5/5 'Ah radiant! you slipped from us ...'
V/5/6 'Come back across the dark, forgotten kings ...'
V/5/7 'Ecclesiastical sonnets. No.I' 'Two orders are there, one of the machine ...' initialled RB and FWA at foot
V/5/8 'Ballade of middle age' 'The young men strut and squeak and roar ...'.
V/5/9 ARTISTIC 'The blossom on the trees ...'
V/5/10 THE YOUNG MAN IN APRIL here titled 'The Dear I've yet to meet' 'In the queer light, in twilight ...'
V/5/11 'Comrades, to arms! See the lightnings are flashing ...'
V/5/12 'Thee, blue amorph, I sing, I sing ...'
V/5/13 THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH 'They said to the philosopher ...'
V/5/14 'Old books' 'The dead men that wrote long ago ...'
V/5/15 'The double flame. To a dead priestess' 'We watched you pray and pass, unknowing ...'
V/5/16 'A bower of roses I had made ...'.
This item is the property of the Brooke Trustees and has been deposited at King's College, Cambridge.