Pike, all of Worcester; a brother, Gene Richards of Rutland; a sister, Judith Anderson of Worcester; five grandchildren: Kira, Cory, Richard
, Joseph and Tarah; two great grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Among his best poems of this period are Cory, Richard
, Miniver Cheevy, "For a Dead Lady," "Flammonde," and "Eros Turannos." Robinson's work attracted the attention of President Theodore Roosevelt, who gave him a sinecure at the U.S.