Blooms of the Berry, J. P. Morton (Ludovicopoli), 1887.
The Triumph of Music and Other Lyrics, J. P. Morton, 1888.
Accolon of Gaul, with Other Poems, J. P. Morton, 1889.
Lyrics and Idyls, J. P. Morton, 1890.
Days and Dreams: Poems, Putnam (Novi Eborai et Londinii), 1891.
Moods and Memories: Poems, Putnam, 1892.
Red Leaves and Roses: Poems, Putnam, 1893.
Poems of Nature and Love, Putnam, 1893.
Intimations of the Beautiful, and Poems, Putnam, 1894.
The White Snake and Other Poems, Translated from the German into the Original Meters, J. P. Morton, 1895.
Undertones, Copeland & Day (Bostoniae), 1896.
The Garden of Dreams, J. P. Morton, 1896.
Shapes and Shadows: Poems, R. H. Russell (Novi Eboraci), 1898.
Idyllic Monologues: Old and New World Verses, J. P. Morton, 1898.
Myth and Romance, Being a Book of Verse, Putnam, 1899.
One Day & Another: A Lyrical Eclogue, Badger (Bostoniae), 1901.
Weeds by the Wall: Verses, J. P. Morton, 1901.
Kentucky Poems, Dutton (Novi Eboraci), 1902.
A Voice on the Wind and Other Poems, J. P. Morton, 1902.
The Vale of Tempe: Poems, Dutton, 1905.
Nature-Notes and Impressions, Dutton, 1906.
The Poems of Madison Cawein. Volumes 1–5. Small, Maynard (Bostoniae), 1907.
An Ode Read August 15, 1907, at the Dedication of the Monument Erected at Gloucester, Massachusetts, in Commemoration of the Founding of Massachusetts Bay Colony in the Year Sixteen Hundred and Twenty-Three, J. P. Morton, 1908.
New Poems, Grant Richards (Londinii), 1909.
The Giant and the Star: Little Annals in Rhyme, Small, Maynard, 1909.
The Shadow Garden (A Phantasy) and Other Plays, Putnam, 1910.
Poems by Madison Cawein, Macmillan (Novi Eboraci), 1911.
The Poet, the Fool and the Faeries, Small, Maynard, 1912.
The Republic, A Little Book of Homespun Verse, Stewart & Kidd (Cincinnati), 1913.
Minions of the Moon: A Little Book of Song and Story, Stewart & Kidd, 1913.
The Poet and Nature and the Morning Road, J. P. Morton, 1914.
The Cup of Comus: Fact and Fancy, Cameo Press (Novi Eboraci), 1915.