AN INDEX OF POEM TITLES IN
REPRESENTATIVE POETRY


Poetry edited by
members of the Department of English at the
University of Toronto for publication by the
University of Toronto Press
from 1912 to 1967

Electronic Index by Ian Lancashire

(c) 1994


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  1. A Ballad of Burdens (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  2. A Ballad of Death (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  3. A Ballad: The Lake of the Dismal Swamp (Thomas Moore)
  4. A Better Resurrection (Christina Rossetti)
  5. A Birthday (Christina Rossetti)
  6. A Celebration of Charis: I. His Excuse for Loving (Ben Jonson)
  7. A Celebration of Charis: IV. Her Triumph (Ben Jonson)
  8. A Channel Crossing (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  9. A Complaint (William Wordsworth)
  10. A Daughter of Eve (Christina Rossetti)
  11. A Death in the Desert A Death Song (William Morris)
  12. A Description of the Morning (Jonathan Swift)
  13. A Dialogue between the Soul and the Body (Andrew Marvell)
  14. A Fit of Rhyme against Rhyme (Ben Jonson)
  15. A Forsaken Garden (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  16. A Hymn to God the Father (Ben Jonson)
  17. A Hymn to God the Father (John Donne)
  18. A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa (Richard Crashaw)
  19. A Leave-taking (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  20. A Lecture upon the Shadow (John Donne)
  21. A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day (John Donne)
  22. A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton (James Thomson)
  23. A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  24. A Serious and Pathetical Contemplation of the Mercies of God (Thomas Traherne)
  25. A Slumber did my Spirit Seal (William Wordsworth)
  26. A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687 (John Dryden)
  27. A Song from the Italian from Limberham: or, the Kind Keeper (John Dryden)
  28. A Song: When June is past, the fading rose (Thomas Carew)
  29. A Thanksgiving to God, for his House (Robert Herrick)
  30. A Toccata of Galuppi's A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning (John Donne)
  31. A Valediction: of Weeping (John Donne)
  32. A Winter Night (Robert Burns)
  33. Aaron (George Herbert)
  34. Absalom and Achitophel (John Dryden)
  35. Absalom and Achitophel: The Second Part (excerpt) (John Dryden)
  36. Absence, Hear thou my Protestation (John Hoskyns)
  37. Acon and Rhodope; or, Inconstancy (Walter Savage Landor)
  38. Address to the Devil (Robert Burns)
  39. Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  40. Afton Water (Robert Burns)
  41. Ah! Sun-flower (William Blake)
  42. Ah! Yet Consider it Again! (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  43. Air and Angels (John Donne)
  44. An Anatomy of the World (John Donne)
  45. An Elegy upon the Death of the Dean of St. Paul's, Dr. John Donne (Thomas Carew)
  46. An Epistle Containing the Strange Medical Experience of Karshish An Essay on Criticism: Part 1 (Alexander Pope)
  47. An Essay on Criticism: Part 2 (Alexander Pope)
  48. An Essay on Criticism: Part 3 (Alexander Pope)
  49. An Essay on Man in Four Epistles: Epistle 1 (Alexander Pope)
  50. An Essay on Man in Four Epistles: Epistle 2 (Alexander Pope)
  51. An Excelente Balade of Charitie (Thomas Chatterton)
  52. An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland (Andrew Marvell)
  53. An Ode to Ben Jonson (Robert Herrick)
  54. An Ode to Himself (Ben Jonson)
  55. And Thou art Dead, as Young and Fair (Lord Byron)
  56. And wilt thou leave me thus? (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  57. Andrea del Sarto Another Grace for a Child (Robert Herrick)
  58. Archy's Song from Charles I (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  59. Aspecta Medusa (for a Drawing) (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  60. Astrophel and Stella: I (Sir Philip Sidney)
  61. Astrophel and Stella: III (Sir Philip Sidney)
  62. Astrophel and Stella: LXIV (Sir Philip Sidney)
  63. Astrophel and Stella: LXXI (Sir Philip Sidney)
  64. Astrophel and Stella: XCII (Sir Philip Sidney)
  65. Astrophel and Stella: XLI (Sir Philip Sidney)
  66. Astrophel and Stella: XV (Sir Philip Sidney)
  67. Astrophel and Stella: XX (Sir Philip Sidney)
  68. Astrophel and Stella: XXIII (Sir Philip Sidney)
  69. Astrophel and Stella: XXXI (Sir Philip Sidney)
  70. Astrophel and Stella: XXXIII (Sir Philip Sidney)
  71. Astrophel and Stella: XXXIX (Sir Philip Sidney)
  72. Atalanta in Calydon (excerpts) (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  73. Auguries of Innocence (William Blake)
  74. Autumn Song (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  75. Autumn (John Clare)
  76. Bacchanalia (Matthew Arnold)
  77. Bermudas (Andrew Marvell)
  78. Books II-III: Editorial Summary (John Milton)
  79. Books V-VIII: Editorial Summary (John Milton)
  80. Books XI-XII: Editorial Summary (John Milton)
  81. Break, break, break (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  82. Bright Star, Would I were Steadfast as Thou Art (John Keats)
  83. Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes (Robert Burns)
  84. Caliban upon Setebos Certain Books of Virgil's {AE}neis: Book II (excerpts) (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  85. Child of a Day (Walter Savage Landor)
  86. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto 3 (Lord Byron)
  87. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto 4 (Lord Byron)
  88. "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" Christabel: Part 1 (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  89. Christabel: Part 2 (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  90. Cleon Consolation (Matthew Arnold)
  91. Constancy to an Ideal Object (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  92. Cor Cordium (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  93. Corinna's Going a-Maying (Robert Herrick)
  94. Cupid and my Campaspe play'd (John Lyly)
  95. Cynthia's Revels: Queen and huntress, chaste and fair (Ben Jonson)
  96. Darkness (Lord Byron)
  97. De Profundis (Christina Rossetti)
  98. Dear Doctor, I have Read your Play (Lord Byron)
  99. Dejection: An Ode (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  100. Delia: VI (Samuel Daniel)
  101. Delia: XLV (Samuel Daniel)
  102. Delia: XLVI (Samuel Daniel)
  103. Delia: XXXI (1592 version) (Samuel Daniel)
  104. Delia: XXXI (1623 version) (Samuel Daniel)
  105. Delia: XXXIII (Samuel Daniel)
  106. Delight in Disorder (Robert Herrick)
  107. Dirce (Walter Savage Landor)
  108. Dirge in Woods (George Meredith)
  109. Discontents in Devon (Robert Herrick)
  110. Disdain Returned (Thomas Carew)
  111. Divine Epigrams: On the Baptized Ethiopian (Richard Crashaw)
  112. Divine Epigrams: On the Miracle of the Multiplied Loaves (Richard Crashaw)
  113. Divine Epigrams: Samson to his Delilah (Richard Crashaw)
  114. Divine Epigrams: To our Lord, upon the Water Made Wine (Richard Crashaw)
  115. Do you Remember me? or are you Proud? (Walter Savage Landor)
  116. Don Juan: Canto 11 (Lord Byron)
  117. Don Juan: Canto 12 (Lord Byron)
  118. Don Juan: Canto 1 (Lord Byron)
  119. Don Juan: Canto 2 (Lord Byron)
  120. Don Juan: Canto 4 (Lord Byron)
  121. Don Juan: Canto 8 (Lord Byron)
  122. Don Juan: Dedication (Lord Byron)
  123. Dover Beach (Matthew Arnold)
  124. Dream Land (Christina Rossetti)
  125. Duncan Gray (Robert Burns)
  126. Dying Speech of an Old Philosopher (Walter Savage Landor)
  127. Earth's Answer (William Blake)
  128. Ecclesiastical Sonnets: Inside of King's College Chapel, Cambridge (William Wordsworth)
  129. Ecclesiastical Sonnets: Mutability (William Wordsworth)
  130. Ecclesiastical Sonnets: The Virgin (William Wordsworth)
  131. Elegiac Stanzas Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle in a Storm (William Wordsworth)
  132. Elegy IX: The Autumnal (John Donne)
  133. Elegy V: His Picture (John Donne)
  134. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (Thomas Gray)
  135. Eleventh Song (Sir Philip Sidney)
  136. Eloisa to Abelard (Alexander Pope)
  137. Endymion (excerpts) (John Keats)
  138. England in 1819 (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  139. English Bards and Scotch Reviewers (excerpts) (Lord Byron)
  140. Epicoene, or the Silent Woman: Still to be neat, still to be drest (Ben Jonson)
  141. Epigrams: An Epitaph on S.P. (Ben Jonson)
  142. Epigrams: Epitaph on Elizabeth, L. H. (Ben Jonson)
  143. Epigrams: On my First Son (Ben Jonson)
  144. Epigrams: To John Donne (Ben Jonson)
  145. Epigrams: To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with John Donne's Satires (Ben Jonson)
  146. Epipsychidion (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  147. Epistle to Augusta (Lord Byron)
  148. Epistle to J. Lapraik (excerpts) (Robert Burns)
  149. Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle II: To a Lady on the Characters of Women (Alexander Pope)
  150. Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle IV (Alexander Pope)
  151. Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot (Alexander Pope)
  152. Epitaph on the Lady Mary Villiers (Thomas Carew)
  153. Epithalamion (Edmund Spenser)
  154. Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg (William Wordsworth)
  155. F{ae}sulan Idyl (Walter Savage Landor)
  156. Fancy (John Keats)
  157. Farewell to Folly (Robert Greene)
  158. First Epigram: Upon Being Contented with a Little (Anne Killigrew)
  159. For a' That and a' That (Robert Burns)
  160. Four Fragments: And like a Dying Lady, Lean and Pale (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  161. Four Fragments: Art thou pale for weariness (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  162. Four Fragments: One Sung of thee who Left the Tale Untold (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  163. Four Fragments: The Fitful Alternations of the Rain (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  164. Fra Lippo Lippi Fragment 1: Sea-ward, white gleaming thro' the busy scud (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  165. Fragment 10: The Three Sorts of Friends (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  166. Fragment 2: I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  167. Fragment 3: Come, come thou bleak December wind (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  168. Fragment 4: As some vast Tropic tree, itself a wood (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  169. Fragment 5: Whom should I choose for my Judge? (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  170. Fragment 6: The Moon, how definite its orb! (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  171. Fragment 7: When Hope but made Tranquillity be felt (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  172. Fragment 8: Thicker than rain-drops on November thorn (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  173. Fragment 9: The Netherlands (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  174. From Certain Sonnets (Sir Philip Sidney)
  175. From "Idylls of the King": The Last Tournament (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  176. From "Idylls of the King": The Passing of Arthur (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  177. From "The Faerie Queene," Book I, Canto II (Edmund Spenser)
  178. From "The Faerie Queene," Book I, Canto IV (Edmund Spenser)
  179. From "The Faerie Queene," Book I, Canto IX (Edmund Spenser)
  180. From "The Faerie Queene," Book I, Canto X (Edmund Spenser)
  181. From "The Faerie Queene," Book I, Canto XI (Edmund Spenser)
  182. from "The Faerie Queene," Book II, Canto XII (Edmund Spenser)
  183. From "The Faerie Queene," Book III, Canto VI (Edmund Spenser)
  184. From "The Faerie Queene," Book VI, Canto X (Edmund Spenser)
  185. From "The Prelude": Book 1: Childhood and School-time (William Wordsworth)
  186. From "The Seasons": Winter (James Thomson)
  187. From Troilus and Cressida (John Dryden)
  188. Frost at Midnight (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  189. Goblin Market (Christina Rossetti)
  190. Hellas: Chorus (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  191. Hertha (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  192. Highland Mary (Robert Burns)
  193. His Golden Locks Time hath to Silver Turn'd (George Peele)
  194. His Prayer for Absolution (Robert Herrick)
  195. His Prayer to Ben Jonson (Robert Herrick)
  196. His Return to London (Robert Herrick)
  197. His Wish to God (Robert Herrick)
  198. Holy Sonnets: At the round earth's imagin'd corners, blow (John Donne)
  199. Holy Sonnets: Batter my heart, three-person'd God (John Donne)
  200. Holy Sonnets: Death, be not proud (John Donne)
  201. Holy Sonnets: I am a little world made cunningly (John Donne)
  202. Holy Sonnets: If poisonous minerals, and if that tree (John Donne)
  203. Holy Sonnets: Show me dear Christ, thy spouse so bright and clear (John Donne)
  204. Holy Sonnets: Since she whom I lov'd hath paid her last debt (John Donne)
  205. Holy Sonnets: This is my play's last scene (John Donne)
  206. Holy Sonnets: Thou hast made me, and shall thy work decay? (John Donne)
  207. Holy Thursday: Is this a holy thing to see (William Blake)
  208. Holy Thursday: 'Twas on a Holy Thursday, their innocent faces clean (William Blake)
  209. Hymn of Pan (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  210. Hymn to God, My God, in my Sickness (John Donne)
  211. Hymn to Intellectual Beauty (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  212. Hymn to Proserpine (After the Proclamation of the Christian Faith) (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  213. Hyperion (John Keats)
  214. I am! (John Clare)
  215. I Heard an Angel (William Blake)
  216. I Hid my Love (John Clare)
  217. I Saw a Chapel (William Blake)
  218. I Travelled among Unknown Men (William Wordsworth)
  219. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (William Wordsworth)
  220. Ianthe! You are Call'd to Cross the Sea (Walter Savage Landor)
  221. Iceland First Seen (William Morris)
  222. Idea: LI (Michael Drayton)
  223. Idea: LIII: To the River Ancor (Michael Drayton)
  224. Idea: LXI (Michael Drayton)
  225. Idea: To the Reader of these Sonnets (Michael Drayton)
  226. Idea: VI (Michael Drayton)
  227. Idea: XX (Michael Drayton)
  228. Idea: XXXI (Michael Drayton)
  229. Idea: XXXVII (Michael Drayton)
  230. Imitations of Horace (Alexander Pope)
  231. Immortality (Matthew Arnold)
  232. In Defiance of Fortune (Elizabeth I)
  233. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 105 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  234. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 116 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  235. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 118 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  236. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 11 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  237. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 121 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  238. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 124 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  239. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 126 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  240. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 131 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  241. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 15 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  242. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 22 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  243. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 2 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  244. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 30 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  245. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 39 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  246. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 3 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  247. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 44 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  248. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 45 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  249. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 55 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  250. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 56 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  251. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 67 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  252. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 72 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  253. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 78 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  254. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 7 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  255. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 82 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  256. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 83 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  257. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 95 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  258. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 96 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  259. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 99 (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  260. In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: The Prelude (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  261. In Prison (William Morris)
  262. In the Bay (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  263. In the Holy Nativity of our Lord (Richard Crashaw)
  264. In the Valley of Cauteretz (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  265. Infant Joy (William Blake)
  266. Ingrateful Beauty Threatened (Thomas Carew)
  267. Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  268. Insomnia (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  269. Introduction to the Songs of Experience (William Blake)
  270. Introduction to the Songs of Innocence (William Blake)
  271. Is it Possible (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  272. Isolation: To Marguerite (Matthew Arnold)
  273. It was a' for our Rightful King (Robert Burns)
  274. Itylus (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  275. Jerusalem: England! awake! awake! awake! (William Blake)
  276. Jerusalem: I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep (William Blake)
  277. Jock of Hazeldean (Sir Walter Scott)
  278. Jordan (I) (George Herbert)
  279. Jubilate Agno (excerpt) (Christopher Smart)
  280. Juggling Jerry (George Meredith)
  281. Julian and Maddalo (excerpts) (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  282. Kubla Khan (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  283. La Belle Dame sans Merci (John Keats)
  284. Lady Surrey's Lament for her Absent Lord (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  285. Lalla Rookh (Thomas Moore)
  286. Laodamia (William Wordsworth)
  287. Lara (excerpts) (Lord Byron)
  288. Last May a Braw Wooer (Robert Burns)
  289. Life in a Love Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tinturn Abbey (William Wordsworth)
  290. Lines on Mr. Hodgson (Lord Byron)
  291. Lines on the Mermaid Tavern (John Keats)
  292. Lines: The cold earth slept below (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  293. Lines Written among the Euganean Hills (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  294. Lines Written in Kensington Gardens (Matthew Arnold)
  295. Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  296. Locksley Hall (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  297. London, hast thou Accused me (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  298. London (William Blake)
  299. Love among the Ruins Love and Life: A Song John Wilmot, earl of Rochester
  300. Love (III) (George Herbert)
  301. Love in a Life Love in the Valley (George Meredith)
  302. Love is Enough: Songs (William Morris)
  303. Love (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  304. Lovers' Infiniteness (John Donne)
  305. Love's Alchemy (John Donne)
  306. Love's Apparition and Evanishment: An Allegoric Romance (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  307. Lucifer in Starlight (George Meredith)
  308. Lycidas (John Milton)
  309. Mac Flecknoe (John Dryden)
  310. Mad Song (William Blake)
  311. Madam, withouten many Words (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  312. Man (George Herbert)
  313. Manfred: Incantation (Lord Byron)
  314. Mariana in the South (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  315. Mariana (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  316. Marmion: from Canto 5 (Sir Walter Scott)
  317. Marmion: from Canto 6 (Sir Walter Scott)
  318. Marriage a-la-Mode (John Dryden)
  319. Mary Morison (Robert Burns)
  320. Mary's Girlhood (for a Picture) (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  321. Mediocrity in Love Rejected (Thomas Carew)
  322. Meditation under Stars (George Meredith)
  323. Meeting at Night Meg Merrilies (John Keats)
  324. Memorial Verses April 1850 (Matthew Arnold)
  325. Michael: A Pastoral Poem (William Wordsworth)
  326. Mild is the Parting Year (Walter Savage Landor)
  327. Milton: And did those feet in ancient time (William Blake)
  328. Milton: But in the Wine-presses the Human Grapes Sing not nor Dance (William Blake)
  329. Milton: The Sky is an Immortal Tent Built by the Sons of Los (William Blake)
  330. Milton (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  331. Modern Love: I (George Meredith)
  332. Modern Love: II (George Meredith)
  333. Modern Love: L (George Meredith)
  334. Modern Love: XIV (George Meredith)
  335. Modern Love: XLVI (George Meredith)
  336. Modern Love: XVI (George Meredith)
  337. Modern Love: XX (George Meredith)
  338. Modern Love: XXII (George Meredith)
  339. Modern Love: XXIV (George Meredith)
  340. Modern Love: XXVI (George Meredith)
  341. Monna Innominata : A Sonnet of Sonnets (Christina Rossetti)
  342. Mont Blanc: Lines Written in the Vale of Chamouni (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  343. Most Sweet it is (William Wordsworth)
  344. Mother, I cannot Mind my Wheel (Walter Savage Landor)
  345. Musophilus (excerpts) (Samuel Daniel)
  346. My Last Duchess My Lute Awake (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  347. My Mind to me a Kingdom Is (Sir Edward Dyer)
  348. My Picture Left in Scotland (Ben Jonson)
  349. My Sister's Sleep (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  350. Nephelidia (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  351. Never Seek to Tell thy Love (William Blake)
  352. Never the Time and the Place News (Thomas Traherne)
  353. November, 1806 (William Wordsworth)
  354. Nutting (William Wordsworth)
  355. Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (William Wordsworth)
  356. Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (Thomas Gray)
  357. Ode on a Grecian Urn (John Keats)
  358. Ode on Melancholy (John Keats)
  359. Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat Drowned in a Tub of Goldfishes (Thomas Gray)
  360. Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude (Thomas Gray)
  361. Ode on the Poetical Character (William Collins)
  362. Ode on the Spring (Thomas Gray)
  363. Ode to a Nightingale (John Keats)
  364. Ode to Duty (William Wordsworth)
  365. Ode to Evening (William Collins)
  366. Ode to Liberty (William Collins)
  367. Ode to Psyche (John Keats)
  368. Ode to Simplicity (William Collins)
  369. Ode to the Cambro-Britons and their Harp, His Ballad of Agincourt (Michael Drayton)
  370. Ode to the Virginian Voyage (Michael Drayton)
  371. Ode to the West Wind (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  372. Ode, Written in the Beginning of the Year 1746 (William Collins)
  373. {OE}none (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  374. Of the Progress of the Soul: The Second Anniversary (excerpts) (John Donne)
  375. Oft, in the Stilly Night (Thomas Moore)
  376. On Death (Anne Killigrew)
  377. On Donne's Poetry (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  378. On First Looking into Chapman's Homer (John Keats)
  379. On Monsieur's Departure (Elizabeth I)
  380. On Mr. G. Herbert's Book (Richard Crashaw)
  381. On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again (John Keats)
  382. On Six Cambridge Lasses Bathing Themselves (Thomas Randolph)
  383. On the Departure of Sir Walter Scott from Abbotsford, for Naples (William Wordsworth)
  384. On the Morning of Christ's Nativity (John Milton)
  385. Palladium (Matthew Arnold)
  386. Paradise Lost: Book I (John Milton)
  387. Paradise Lost: Book IV (John Milton)
  388. Paradise Lost: Book IX (John Milton)
  389. Paradise Lost: Book X (John Milton)
  390. Parting at Morning Passing away, Saith the World (Christina Rossetti)
  391. Peace (Henry Vaughan)
  392. Perch{`e} Pensa? Pendando s'Invecchia (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  393. Philomela (Matthew Arnold)
  394. Prais'd be Diana's Fair and Harmless Light (Sir Walter Ralegh)
  395. Prayer (I) (George Herbert)
  396. Preludium to America (William Blake)
  397. Preludium to Europe (William Blake)
  398. Prometheus (Lord Byron)
  399. Prospice Proud Maisie (Sir Walter Scott)
  400. Qua Cursum Ventus (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  401. Queen Mab: Part VI (excerpts) (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  402. Rabbi Ben Ezra Religio Laici (excerpts) (John Dryden)
  403. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Edward, Edward (Thomas Percy)
  404. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Barbara Allen's Cruelty (Thomas Percy)
  405. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Sweet William's Ghost (Thomas Percy)
  406. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: The Bonny Earl of Murray (Thomas Percy)
  407. Remember (Christina Rossetti)
  408. Requiescat (Matthew Arnold)
  409. Resolution and Independence (William Wordsworth)
  410. Robin Hood (John Keats)
  411. Rose Aylmer (Walter Savage Landor)
  412. Rub{'a}iy{'a}t of Omar Khayy{'a}m (Edward Fitzgerald)
  413. Rugby Chapel (Matthew Arnold)
  414. Salve Deus Rex Iud{ae}orum: Eve's Apology in Defence of Women ({AE}milia Lanyer)
  415. Satire I (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  416. Satire III (John Donne)
  417. Saul Say not the Struggle nought Availeth (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  418. Scorn not the Sonnet (William Wordsworth)
  419. Scots Wha Hae (Robert Burns)
  420. Self-Dependence (Matthew Arnold)
  421. Shakespeare (Matthew Arnold)
  422. She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways (William Wordsworth)
  423. She Walks in Beauty (Lord Byron)
  424. Silent, Silent Night (William Blake)
  425. Simon Lee: The Old Huntsman (William Wordsworth)
  426. Sin (I) (George Herbert)
  427. Since ye so Please (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  428. Sister Helen (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  429. So Cruel Prison (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  430. So We'll Go no More a Roving (Lord Byron)
  431. Sohrab and Rustum (Matthew Arnold)
  432. Song at the Feast of Brougham Castle (William Wordsworth)
  433. Song from Arcadia (Sir Philip Sidney)
  434. Song from Love in a Tub (Sir George Etherege)
  435. Song: Go and catch a falling star (John Donne)
  436. Song: How sweet I roam'd from field to field (William Blake)
  437. Song: I prithee spare me gentle boy (Sir John Suckling)
  438. Song: If you refuse me once, and think again (Sir John Suckling)
  439. Song in the Songless (George Meredith)
  440. Song: Love still has something of the sea (Sir Charles Sedley)
  441. Song: Memory, hither come (William Blake)
  442. Song: My silks and fine array (William Blake)
  443. Song: Out upon it, I have lov'd (Sir John Suckling)
  444. Song: Rarely, rarely, comest thou (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  445. Song: Sweetest love, I do not go (John Donne)
  446. Song to a Fair Young Lady Going out of Town in the Spring (John Dryden)
  447. Song to Amarantha, that she would Dishevel her Hair (Richard Lovelace)
  448. Song to Celia (Ben Jonson)
  449. Song: When I am dead, my dearest (Christina Rossetti)
  450. Song: Why so pale and wan fond lover? (Sir John Suckling)
  451. Song, Written at Sea (Charles Sackville, earl of Dorset)
  452. Sonnet 1: Dost see how unregarded now (Sir John Suckling)
  453. Sonnets: Alas! so all Things now do Hold their Peace (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  454. Sonnets: Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 (William Wordsworth)
  455. Sonnets: CVII (William Shakespeare)
  456. Sonnets: CX (William Shakespeare)
  457. Sonnets: CXI (William Shakespeare)
  458. Sonnets: CXLVI (William Shakespeare)
  459. Sonnets: CXVI (William Shakespeare)
  460. Sonnets: CXXIX (William Shakespeare)
  461. Sonnets: CXXX (William Shakespeare)
  462. Sonnets: Farewell Love and all thy Laws for ever (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  463. Sonnets from The River Duddon: After-Thought (William Wordsworth)
  464. Sonnets: From Tuscan Came my Lady's Worthy Race (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  465. Sonnets: How soon hath Time, the Subtle Thief of Youth (John Milton)
  466. Sonnets: I Abide and Abide and Better Abide (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  467. Sonnets: I did but Prompt the Age to Quit their Clogs (John Milton)
  468. Sonnets: It is a Beautiful Evening, Calm and Free (William Wordsworth)
  469. Sonnets: It is not to be Thought of (William Wordsworth)
  470. Sonnets: LIII (William Shakespeare)
  471. Sonnets: London, 1802 (William Wordsworth)
  472. Sonnets: Love that doth Reign and Live within my Thought (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  473. Sonnets: LX (William Shakespeare)
  474. Sonnets: LXIV (William Shakespeare)
  475. Sonnets: LXVI (William Shakespeare)
  476. Sonnets: LXXIII (William Shakespeare)
  477. Sonnets: Methought I Saw my Late Espoused Saint (John Milton)
  478. Sonnets: My galley, Charged with Forgetfulness (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  479. Sonnets: On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic (William Wordsworth)
  480. Sonnets: On the Late Massacre in Piemont (John Milton)
  481. Sonnets: The Golden Gift that Nature did thee Give (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  482. Sonnets: The Long Love that in my Thought doth Harbour (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  483. Sonnets: The Soote Season, that Bud and Bloom forth Brings (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  484. Sonnets: The World is too much with us (William Wordsworth)
  485. Sonnets: To Cyriack Skinner (John Milton)
  486. Sonnets: To the Lord General Cromwell (John Milton)
  487. Sonnets: When I Consider How my Light is Spent (John Milton)
  488. Sonnets: Whoso List to Hunt, I Know where is an Hind (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  489. Sonnets: Written in London. September, 1802 (William Wordsworth)
  490. Sonnets: XCIV (William Shakespeare)
  491. Sonnets: XIX (William Shakespeare)
  492. Sonnets: XV (William Shakespeare)
  493. Sonnets: XVIII (William Shakespeare)
  494. Sonnets: XXIX (William Shakespeare)
  495. Sonnets: XXV (William Shakespeare)
  496. Sonnets: XXX (William Shakespeare)
  497. Sonnets: XXXIII (William Shakespeare)
  498. Soon, O Ianthe! Life is O'er (Walter Savage Landor)
  499. St. Agnes' Eve (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  500. Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse (Matthew Arnold)
  501. Stella's Birthday March 13, 1719 (Jonathan Swift)
  502. Sudden Light (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  503. Summer (John Clare)
  504. Summer's Last Will and Testament (excerpt) (Thomas Nashe)
  505. Tam Glen (Robert Burns)
  506. Tam O'Shanter (Robert Burns)
  507. The Affliction (I) (George Herbert)
  508. The Ages of Man (Henry Howard, earl of Surrey)
  509. The Altar (George Herbert)
  510. The Apparition (John Donne)
  511. The Argument of his Book (Robert Herrick)
  512. The Bad Season Makes the Poet Sad (Robert Herrick)
  513. The Bait (John Donne)
  514. The Beasts' Confession (Jonathan Swift)
  515. The Bishop Orders his Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church The Blessed Damozel (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  516. The Book of Thel (William Blake)
  517. The Book of Urizen (excerpts) (William Blake)
  518. The Borough. Letter XXII: Peter Grimes (George Crabbe)
  519. The Buried Life (Matthew Arnold)
  520. The Canonization (John Donne)
  521. The Castaway (William Cowper)
  522. The Chimney Sweeper: A little black thing among the snow (William Blake)
  523. The Chimney Sweeper: When my mother died I was very young (William Blake)
  524. The Clod and the Pebble (William Blake)
  525. The Cloud Confines (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  526. The Collar (George Herbert)
  527. The Defence of Guenevere (William Morris)
  528. The Definition of Love (Andrew Marvell)
  529. The Deserted Village, A Poem (Oliver Goldsmith)
  530. The Discontent (Anne Killigrew)
  531. The Divine Image (William Blake)
  532. The Doubt of Future Foes (Elizabeth I)
  533. The Dunciad: Book IV (Alexander Pope)
  534. The Dying Child (John Clare)
  535. The Eagle (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  536. The Earthly Paradise (excerpts) (William Morris)
  537. The Ecstasy (John Donne)
  538. The Eve of St. Agnes (John Keats)
  539. The Evening-Watch: A Dialogue (Henry Vaughan)
  540. The Faerie Queene: Book I, Canto I (Edmund Spenser)
  541. The Fair Singer (Andrew Marvell)
  542. The Fatal Sisters: An Ode (Thomas Gray)
  543. The Flaming Heart (excerpt) (Richard Crashaw)
  544. The Forsaken Merman (Matthew Arnold)
  545. The Four Zoas (excerpts) (William Blake)
  546. The French Revolution (William Wordsworth)
  547. The Funeral (John Donne)
  548. The Future (Matthew Arnold)
  549. The Garden of Proserpine (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  550. The Garden (Andrew Marvell)
  551. The Good-morrow (John Donne)
  552. The Green Linnet (William Wordsworth)
  553. The Grey Monk (excerpts) (William Blake)
  554. The Haystack in the Woods (William Morris)
  555. The Heart and Service (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  556. The Higher Pantheism in a Nutshell (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  557. The Holy Fair (Robert Burns)
  558. The House of Life: 22. Heart's Haven (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  559. The House of Life: 41. Through Death to Love (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  560. The House of Life: 66. The Heart of the Night (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  561. The House of Life: 71. The Choice, I (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  562. The House of Life: 72. The Choice, II (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  563. The House of Life: 73. The Choice, III (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  564. The House of Life: 97. A Superscription (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  565. The House of Life: The Sonnet (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  566. The House of the Life: 19. Silent Noon (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  567. The House of the Life: 36. Life-in-Love (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  568. The Human Seasons (John Keats)
  569. The Lady of Shalott (1832) (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  570. The Lady of Shalott (1842) (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  571. The Lady of the Lake: from Canto 1 (Sir Walter Scott)
  572. The Lady of the Lake: from Canto 3 (Sir Walter Scott)
  573. The Lady of the Lake: from Canto 5 (Sir Walter Scott)
  574. The Lady of the Land (William Morris)
  575. The Lamb (William Blake)
  576. The Latest Decalogue (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  577. The Lime-tree Bower my Prison (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  578. The Little Black Boy (William Blake)
  579. The Lotos-eaters (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  580. The Maid's Lament (Walter Savage Landor)
  581. The Mirror for Magistrates: The Induction (Thomas Sackville, earl of Dorset)
  582. The Miseries of Man (Anne Killigrew)
  583. The Morning-Watch (Henry Vaughan)
  584. The Mower against Gardens (Andrew Marvell)
  585. The Mower to the Glow-Worms (Andrew Marvell)
  586. The Night Piece, to Julia (Robert Herrick)
  587. The Nymph Complaining for the Death of her Fawn (Andrew Marvell)
  588. The Nymph's Reply (Sir Walter Ralegh)
  589. The Pains of Sleep (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  590. The Passionate Shepherd to his Love (Christopher Marlowe)
  591. The Pearl (George Herbert)
  592. The Petition for an Absolute Retreat (Anne Finch, countess of Winchilsea)
  593. The Phoenix and the Turtle (William Shakespeare)
  594. The Pilgrims (Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  595. The Portrait (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  596. The Prelude: Book 2: School-time (Continued) (William Wordsworth)
  597. The Princess: As thro' the Land (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  598. The Princess: Ask me no more (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  599. The Princess: Come down, O Maid (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  600. The Princess: Home they Brought her Warrior Dead (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  601. The Princess: Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  602. The Princess: O Swallow (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  603. The Princess: Our Enemies have Fall'n (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  604. The Princess: Sweet and Lo (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  605. The Princess: Tears, Idle Tears (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  606. The Princess: The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  607. The Princess: Thy Voice is Heard (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  608. The Progress of Poesy: A Pindaric Ode (Thomas Gray)
  609. The Pulley (George Herbert)
  610. The Rape of the Lock: Canto 1 (Alexander Pope)
  611. The Rape of the Lock: Canto 2 (Alexander Pope)
  612. The Rape of the Lock: Canto 3 (Alexander Pope)
  613. The Rape of the Lock: Canto 4 (Alexander Pope)
  614. The Rape of the Lock: Canto 5 (Alexander Pope)
  615. The Relic (John Donne)
  616. The Retired Cat (William Cowper)
  617. The Retreat (Henry Vaughan)
  618. The Reverie of Poor Susan (William Wordsworth)
  619. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  620. The Scholar-Gipsy (Matthew Arnold)
  621. The Secular Masque (John Dryden)
  622. The Shepheardes Calender: April (Edmund Spenser)
  623. The Shepheardes Calender: October (Edmund Spenser)
  624. The Shepherd's Week (John Gay)
  625. The Sick Rose (William Blake)
  626. The Simplon Pass (William Wordsworth)
  627. The Skylark (John Clare)
  628. The Snail (Richard Lovelace)
  629. The Sofa: from Book II: The Time-Piece (William Cowper)
  630. The Solitary Reaper (William Wordsworth)
  631. The Spring (Thomas Carew)
  632. The Star (Henry Vaughan)
  633. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung (excerpts) (William Morris)
  634. The Sun Rising (John Donne)
  635. The Tables Turned (William Wordsworth)
  636. The Task: from Book 1: The Sofa (William Cowper)
  637. The Task: from Book 4: The Winter Evening (William Cowper)
  638. The Task: from Book V: The Winter Morning Walk (William Cowper)
  639. The Task: from Book VI: The Winter Walk at Noon (William Cowper)
  640. The Temper (I) (George Herbert)
  641. The Three Enemies (Christina Rossetti)
  642. The Time I've Lost in Wooing (Thomas Moore)
  643. The Tree (Anne Finch, countess of Winchilsea)
  644. The Triumph of Life (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  645. The Two Spirits: An Allegory (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  646. The Tyger (William Blake)
  647. The Vanity of Human Wishes (excerpts) (Samuel Johnson)
  648. The Voice of Toil (William Morris)
  649. The Water-fall (Henry Vaughan)
  650. The Woodspurge (Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  651. The World (Henry Vaughan)
  652. There was a Boy (William Wordsworth)
  653. They are all Gone into the World of Light (Henry Vaughan)
  654. They flee from me that Sometime did me Seek (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  655. Three Years she Grew (William Wordsworth)
  656. Thyrsis: A Monody, to Commemorate the Author's (Matthew Arnold)
  657. Tithonus (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  658. To a Lady, Asking him how Long he would Love her (Sir George Etherege)
  659. To a Mouse (Robert Burns)
  660. To a Skylark (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  661. To a Skylark (William Wordsworth)
  662. To Althea, from Prison (Richard Lovelace)
  663. To Anthea, who may Command him Anything (Robert Herrick)
  664. To Asra (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  665. To Autumn (John Keats)
  666. To Ben Jonson (Thomas Carew)
  667. To Daffodils (Robert Herrick)
  668. To Heaven (Ben Jonson)
  669. To his Conscience (Robert Herrick)
  670. To his Coy Mistress (Andrew Marvell)
  671. To Homer (John Keats)
  672. To Jane (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  673. To John Clare (John Clare)
  674. To Live Merrily, and to Trust to Good Verses (Robert Herrick)
  675. To Lucasta, Going to the Wars (Richard Lovelace)
  676. To Marguerite: Continued (Matthew Arnold)
  677. To Mary (William Cowper)
  678. To my Dear Friend Mr. Congreve on his Comedy Call'd the Double Dealer (John Dryden)
  679. To my Inconstant Mistress (Thomas Carew)
  680. To One who has been Long in City Pent (John Keats)
  681. To Quilca, a Country House not in Good Repair (Jonathan Swift)
  682. To Robert Browning (Walter Savage Landor)
  683. To Sleep (John Keats)
  684. To the Cuckoo (William Wordsworth)
  685. To the Memory of Mr. Oldham (John Dryden)
  686. To the Memory of My Beloved the Author, Mr. William Shakespeare (Ben Jonson)
  687. To the Muses (William Blake)
  688. To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew (John Dryden)
  689. To Virgil, Written at the Request of the Mantuans for the Nineteenth Centenary of Virgil's Death (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  690. To Virgins, to Make Much of Time (Robert Herrick)
  691. Trivia; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (John Gay)
  692. Two in the Campagna Ulysses (Alfred Lord Tennyson)
  693. Ulysses and the Siren (Samuel Daniel)
  694. Up-hill (Christina Rossetti)
  695. Upon Appleton House, to my Lord Fairfax (Andrew Marvell)
  696. Upon Julia's Clothes (Robert Herrick)
  697. Upon the Loss of his Mistresses (Robert Herrick)
  698. Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. (Jonathan Swift)
  699. Virtue (George Herbert)
  700. Volpone: Come my Celia, let us prove (Ben Jonson)
  701. Walking (Thomas Traherne)
  702. What Kind of Mistress He would Have (Robert Herrick)
  703. What should I Say (Sir Thomas Wyatt)
  704. When he would have his Verses Read (Robert Herrick)
  705. When I have Fears that I may Cease to Be (John Keats)
  706. When Thou must Home to Shades of Underground (Thomas Campion)
  707. Where Lies the Land to which the Ship would Go? (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  708. Wishes to his (Supposed) Mistress (Richard Crashaw)
  709. "With Whom is no Variableness, Neither Shadow of Turning" (Arthur Hugh Clough)
  710. Wonder (Thomas Traherne)
  711. Work without Hope (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  712. Worldly Place (Matthew Arnold)
  713. Written in her French Psalter (Elizabeth I)
  714. Written on a Wall at Woodstock (Elizabeth I)
  715. Written with a Diamond on her Window at Woodstock (Elizabeth I)
  716. Yarrow Unvisited (William Wordsworth)
  717. Ye Flowery Banks (Robert Burns)
  718. You Smiled, You Spoke, and I Believed (Walter Savage Landor)
  719. Youth and Age (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
  720. Youth and Calm (Matthew Arnold)



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