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poemscol has a \poemtitlenotitle macro which according to the documentation:

"does not produce a title in the text, but sets its argument in the table of contents and in the notes. Usually you use the first line as the moral equivalent of a title."

I have a lot of unnamed poems. Is it possible to do the same action, using verse?

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    Commented Sep 22, 2018 at 9:03

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No, there is no equivalent in the verse package but here is something based on the general \addcontentsline macro.

%\documentclass{...}
\usepackage{verse}
\newcommand*{\poemtitlenotitle}[1]{\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}}
% ...
\begin{document}
\tableofcontents
% ...
\poemtitle{Poem title}
\begin{verse}
A line \\
\end{verse}

\poemtitlenotitle{Title in ToC}
\begin{verse}
First line \\
\end{verse}

\end{document}

Change the section argument in the \addcontentsline to match the indentation of other poem titles in the ToC.

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