- Six Poems (under pseudonym Edward Eastaway) Pear Tree Press, 1916.
- Poems, Holt, 1917.
- Last Poems, Selwyn & Blount, 1918.
- Collected Poems, Selwyn & Blount, 1920.
- Two Poems, Ingpen & Grant, 1927.
- The Poems of Edward Thomas, ed. R. George Thomas, Oxford University Press, 1978.
- Edward Thomas: A Mirror of England, ed. Elaine Wilson, Paul & Co., 1985.
- Edward Thomas: Selected Poems, ed. Ian Hamilton, Bloomsbury, 1995.
- The Poems of Edward Thomas, ed. Peter Sacks, Handsel Books, 2003.
- The Annotated Collected Poems, ed. Edna Longley, Bloodaxe Books, 2008.
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