As fans among each other, you and I know that all Plum's work is sheer poetry—oftentimes he so far forgot himself to actually start rhyming off-stage, in a novel. All theOh, Joy!officialpoetry has been playing hard-to-get. But, finally, much material has been making its appearance on the web—mostly, complete with dates.
For now, I consider it sheer fetishism to give you all titles I have found; it might well take more time to discover all those than Plum needed to write them. I'll keep you posted, however, on where to find his poems and all that, while I digest the information.
|1901||'FUN' Magazine||-||(collected by Madame Eulalie—now defunct)|
|1902-1919||Punch||-||(collected by Madame Eulalie)|
|1904||Sergeant Brue||Frederick Rosse||Put Me in My Little Cell|
|1905-1906||Novel Magazine||-||(collected by Madame Eulalie)|
|1906||The Beauty of Bath||"Utility Lyricist"|
|1907||The Gay Gordons||Guy Jones||Now That My Ship's Come Home|
You, You, You
|Show Boat||Jerome Kern||Bill|
|1988||The Parrot And Other Poems||-||Collection|
The Complete Lyrics of P.G. Wodehouse|
— Editor Barry Day