Index of poems in The Oxford Book of English Verse

  1. Cuckoo Song, Anonymous. c. 1250
  2. Alison, Anonymous. c. 1300
  3. Spring-tide, Anonymous. c. 1300
  4. Blow, Northern Wind, Anonymous. c. 1300
  5. This World's Joy, Anonymous. c. 1300
  6. A Hymn to the Virgin, Anonymous. c. 1300
  7. Of a rose, a lovely rose,, Anonymous. c. 1350
  8. Praise of Women, Robert Mannyng of Brunne. 1269-1340
  9. Freedom, John Barbour. d. 1395
  10. The Love Unfeigned, Geoffrey Chaucer. 1340?-1400
  11. Balade, Geoffrey Chaucer. 1340?-1400
  12. Merciles Beaute, Geoffrey Chaucer. 1340?-1400
  13. Lament for Chaucer, Thomas Hoccleve. 1368-9?-1450?
  14. Vox ultima Crucis, John Lydgate. 1370?-1450?
  15. Spring Song of the Birds, King James I of Scotland. 1394-1437
  16. Robin and Makyne, Robert Henryson. 1425-1500
  17. The Bludy Serk, Robert Henryson. 1425-1500
  18. To a Lady, William Dunbar. 1465-1520?
  19. In Honour of the City of London, William Dunbar. 1465-1520?
  20. On the Nativity of Christ, William Dunbar. 1465-1520?
  21. Lament for the Makers, William Dunbar. 1465-1520?
  22. May in the Green-Wood, Anonymous. 15th Cent.
  23. Carol, Anonymous. 15th Cent.
  24. Quia Amore Langueo, Anonymous. 15th Cent. (?)
  25. The Nut-Brown Maid, Anonymous. 15th Cent.
  26. As ye came from the Holy Land, Anonymous. 16th Cent.
  27. The Lover in Winter Plaineth for the Spring, Anonymous. 16th Cent. (?)
  28. Balow, Anonymous. 16th Cent.
  29. The Old Cloak, Anonymous. 16th Cent. (?)
  30. To Mistress Margery Wentworth, John Skelton. 1460?-1529
  31. To Mistress Margaret Hussey, John Skelton. 1460?-1529
  32. The True Knight, Stephen Hawes. d. 1523
  33. An Epitaph, Stephen Hawes. d. 1523
  34. Forget not yet, Sir Thomas Wyatt. 1503-1542
  35. The Appeal, Sir Thomas Wyatt. 1503-1542
  36. A Revocation, Sir Thomas Wyatt. 1503-1542
  37. Vixi Puellis Nuper Idoneus..., Sir Thomas Wyatt. 1503-1542
  38. To His Lute, Sir Thomas Wyatt. 1503-1542
  39. Description of Spring, Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. 1516-47
  40. Complaint of the Absence of Her Lover being upon the Sea, Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. 1516-47
  41. The Means to attain Happy Life, Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. 1516-47
  42. A True Love, Nicholas Grimald. 1519-62
  43. A Bequest of His Heart, Alexander Scott. 1520?-158-
  44. A Rondel of Love, Alexander Scott. 1520?-158-
  45. In Youth is Pleasure, Robert Wever. c. 1550
  46. Amantium Irae, Richard Edwardes. 1523-66
  47. A Lover's Lullaby, George Gascoigne. 1525?-77
  48. The Night is Near Gone, Alexander Montgomerie. 1540?-1610?
  49. Jolly Good Ale and Old, William Stevenson. 1530?-1575
  50. When Flora had O'erfret the Firth, Anonymous. 16th Cent. (Scottish)
  51. Lusty May, Anonymous. 16th Cent. (Scottish)
  52. My Heart is High Above, Anonymous. 16th Cent. (Scottish)
  53. A Praise of His Lady, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1557
  54. To Her Sea-faring Lover, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1557
  55. The Faithless Shepherdess, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1589
  56. Crabbed Age and Youth The Passionate Pilgrim, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1599
  57. Phyllida's Love-Call, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1600
  58. A Pedlar, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1600
  59. Hey nonny no!, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 16th Cent.
  60. Preparations, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 16th Cent.
  61. The Now Jerusalem, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1601
  62. Icarus, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1601
  63. Madrigal, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1602
  64. How can the Heart forget her?, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1602
  65. Tears, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1603
  66. My Lady's Tears, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1603
  67. Sister, Awake!, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1604
  68. Devotion, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1605
  69. Since First I saw your Face, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1607
  70. There is a Lady sweet and kind, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1607
  71. Love not me for comely grace, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1609
  72. The Wakening, Numbers from Elizabethan Miscellanies & Song-books by Unnamed or Uncertain Authors. 1622
  73. Phillida and Coridon, Nicholas Breton. 1542-1626
  74. A Cradle Song, Nicholas Breton (?). 1542-1626
  75. The Silent Lover, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1552-1618
  76. The Silent Lover, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1552-1618
  77. His Pilgrimage, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1552-1618
  78. The Conclusion, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1552-1618
  79. Whilst it is prime, Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  80. A Ditty, Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  81. Prothalamion, Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  82. Epithalamion, Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  83. From 'Daphnaida', Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  84. Easter, Edmund Spenser. 1552-1599
  85. Cards and Kisses, John Lyly. 1553-1606
  86. Spring's Welcome, John Lyly. 1553-1606
  87. Beauty Bathing, Anthony Munday. 1553-1633
  88. The Bargain, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  89. Song, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  90. Voices at the Window, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  91. Philomela, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  92. The Highway, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  93. This Lady's Cruelty, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  94. Sleep, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  95. Splendidis longum valedico Nugis, Sir Philip Sidney. 1554-86
  96. Myra, Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke. 1554-1628
  97. Rosalind's Madrigal, Thomas Lodge. 1556?-1625
  98. Phillis 1, Thomas Lodge. 1556?-1625
  99. Phillis 2, Thomas Lodge. 1556?-1625
  100. Rosaline, Thomas Lodge. 1556?-1625
  101. Fair and Fair, George Peele. 1558?-97
  102. A Farewell to Arms, George Peele. 1558?-97
  103. Samela, Robert Greene. 1560-92
  104. Fawnia, Robert Greene. 1560-92
  105. Sephestia's Lullaby, Robert Greene. 1560-92
  106. A Summer Day, Alexander Hume. 1560-1609
  107. Bridal Song, George Chapman. 1560-1634
  108. Times go by Turns, Robert Southwell. 1561-95
  109. The Burning Babe, Robert Southwell. 1561-95
  110. On the Death of Sir Philip Sidney, Henry Constable. 1562?-1613?
  111. Love is a Sickness, Samuel Daniel. 1562-1619
  112. Ulysses and the Siren, Samuel Daniel. 1562-1619
  113. Beauty, Time, and Love, Samuel Daniel. 1562-1619
  114. Sonet, Mark Alexander Boyd. 1563-1601
  115. Ubique, Joshua Sylvester. 1563-1618
  116. To His Coy Love, Michael Drayton. 1563-1631
  117. The Parting, Michael Drayton. 1563-1631
  118. Sirena, Michael Drayton. 1563-1631
  119. Agincourt, Michael Drayton. 1563-1631
  120. To the Virginian Voyage, Michael Drayton. 1563-1631
  121. The Passionate Shepherd to His Love, Christopher Marlowe. 1564-93
  122. Her Reply, Sir Walter Raleigh. 1564-93
  123. Silvia, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  124. The Blossom, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  125. Spring and Winter, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  126. Spring and Winter, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  127. Fairy Land, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  128. Fairy Land, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  129. Fairy Land, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  130. Fairy Land, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  131. Fairy Land, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  132. Love, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  133. Sweet-and-Twenty, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  134. Dirge, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  135. Under the Greenwood Tree, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  136. Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  137. It was a Lover and his Lass, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  138. Take, O take those Lips away, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  139. Aubade, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  140. Fidele, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  141. Bridal Song, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  142. Dirge of the Three Queens, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  143. Orpheus, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  144. The Phoenix and the Turtle, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  145. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  146. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  147. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  148. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  149. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  150. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  151. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  152. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  153. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  154. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  155. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  156. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  157. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  158. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  159. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  160. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  161. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  162. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  163. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  164. Sonnets, William Shakespeare. 1564-1616
  165. Lullaby, Richard Rowlands. 1565-1630?
  166. Spring, Thomas Nashe. 1567-1601
  167. In Time of Pestilence, Thomas Nashe. 1567-1601
  168. Cherry-Ripe, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  169. Laura, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  170. Devotion, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  171. Devotion, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  172. Vobiscum est Iope, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  173. A Hymn in Praise of Neptune, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  174. Winter Nights, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  175. Integer Vitae, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  176. O come quickly!, Thomas Campion. 1567?-1619
  177. A Nosegay, John Reynolds. 16th Cent.
  178. Elizabeth of Bohemia, Sir Henry Wotton. 1568-1639
  179. The Character of a Happy Life, Sir Henry Wotton. 1568-1639
  180. Upon the Death of Sir Albert Morton's Wife, Sir Henry Wotton. 1568-1639
  181. Man, Sir John Davies. 1569-1626
  182. To His Forsaken Mistress, Sir Robert Ayton. 1570-1638
  183. To an Inconstant One, Sir Robert Ayton. 1570-1638
  184. Hymn to Diana, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  185. To Celia, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  186. Simplex Munditiis, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  187. The Shadow, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  188. The Triumph, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  189. An Elegy, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  190. A Farewell to the World, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  191. The Noble Balm, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  192. On Elizabeth L. H., Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  193. On Salathiel Pavy, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  194. A Part of an Ode, Ben Jonson. 1573-1637
  195. Daybreak, John Donne. 1573-1631
  196. Song, John Donne. 1573-1631
  197. That Time and Absence proves Rather helps than hurts to loves, John Donne. 1573-1631
  198. The Ecstasy, John Donne. 1573-1631
  199. The Dream, John Donne. 1573-1631
  200. The Funeral, John Donne. 1573-1631
  201. A Hymn to God the Father, John Donne. 1573-1631
  202. Death, John Donne. 1573-1631
  203. Philomel, Richard Barnefield. 1574-1627
  204. Sweet Content, Thomas Dekker. 1575-1641
  205. Matin Song, Thomas Heywood. 157?-1650
  206. The Message, Thomas Heywood. 157?-1650
  207. Sleep, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  208. Bridal Song, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  209. Aspatia's Song, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  210. Hymn to Pan, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  211. Away, Delights, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  212. Love's Emblems, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  213. Hear, ye Ladies, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  214. God Lyaeus, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  215. Beauty Clear and Fair, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  216. Melancholy, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  217. Weep no more, John Fletcher. 1579-1625
  218. A Dirge, John Webster. ?-1630?
  219. The Shrouding of the Duchess of Malfi, John Webster. ?-1630?
  220. Vanitas Vanitatum, John Webster. ?-1630?
  221. Aurora, William Alexander, Earl of Stirling. 1580?-1640
  222. A Litany, Phineas Fletcher. 1580-1650
  223. Of his Dear Son, Gervase, Sir John Beaumont. 1583-1627
  224. Invocation, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  225. Madrigal, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  226. Spring Bereaved 1, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  227. Spring Bereaved 2, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  228. Spring Bereaved 3, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  229. Her Passing, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  230. Inexorable, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  231. Change should breed Change, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  232. Saint John Baptist, William Drummond, of Hawthornden. 1585-1649
  233. Wooing Song, Giles Fletcher. 158?-1623
  234. On the Tombs in Westminster Abbey, Francis Beaumont. 1586-1616
  235. Dawn, John Ford. 1586-1639
  236. I loved a Lass, George Wither. 1588-1667
  237. The Lover's Resolution, George Wither. 1588-1667
  238. The Choice, George Wither. 1588-1667
  239. A Widow's Hymn, George Wither. 1588-1667
  240. A Welcome, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  241. The Sirens' Song, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  242. The Rose, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  243. Song, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  244. Memory, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  245. In Obitum M.S. Xo Maij, 1614, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  246. On the Countess Dowager of Pembroke, William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588-1643
  247. Corinna's going a-Maying, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  248. To the Virgins, to make much of Time, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  249. To the Western Wind, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  250. To Electra, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  251. To Violets, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  252. To Daffodils, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  253. To Blossoms, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  254. The Primrose, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  255. The Funeral Rites of the Rose, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  256. Cherry-Ripe, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  257. A Meditation for his Mistress, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  258. Delight in Disorder, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  259. Upon Julia's Clothes, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  260. The Bracelet: To Julia, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  261. To Daisies, not to shut so soon, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  262. The Night-piece: To Julia, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  263. To Music, to becalm his Fever, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  264. To Dianeme, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  265. To Oenone, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  266. To Anthea, who may command him Anything, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  267. To the Willow-tree, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  268. The Mad Maid's Song, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  269. Comfort to a Youth that had lost his Love, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  270. To Meadows, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  271. A Child's Grace, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  272. Epitaph, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  273. Another, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  274. His Winding-sheet, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  275. Litany to the Holy Spirit, Robert Herrick. 1591-1674
  276. A Divine Rapture, Francis Quarles. 1592-1644
  277. Respice Finem, Francis Quarles. 1592-1644
  278. A Contemplation upon Flowers, Henry King, Bishop of Chichester. 1592-1669
  279. A Renunciation, Henry King, Bishop of Chichester. 1592-1669
  280. Exequy on his Wife, Henry King, Bishop of Chichester. 1592-1669
  281. Virtue, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  282. Easter, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  283. Discipline, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  284. A Dialogue, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  285. The Pulley, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  286. Love, George Herbert. 1593-1632
  287. A Hymn, James Shirley. 1596-1666
  288. Death the Leveller, James Shirley. 1596-1666
  289. Song, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  290. Persuasions to Joy: a Song, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  291. To His Inconstant Mistress, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  292. The Unfading Beauty, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  293. Ingrateful Beauty threatened, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  294. Epitaph, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  295. Another, Thomas Carew. 1595?-1639?
  296. Time, Jasper Mayne. 1604-1672
  297. To Roses in the Bosom of Castara, William Habington. 1605-1654
  298. Nox Nocti Indicat Scientiam, William Habington. 1605-1654
  299. A Devout Lover, Thomas Randolph. 1605-1635
  300. An Ode to Master Anthony Stafford to hasten Him into the Country, Thomas Randolph. 1605-1635
  301. Aubade, Sir William Davenant. 1606-1668
  302. To a Mistress Dying, Sir William Davenant. 1606-1668
  303. Praise and Prayer, Sir William Davenant. 1606-1668
  304. On a Girdle, Edmund Waller. 1606-1687
  305. Go, lovely Rose, Edmund Waller. 1606-1687
  306. Old Age, Edmund Waller. 1606-1687
  307. Hymn on the Morning of Christ's Nativity, John Milton. 1608-1674
  308. On Time, John Milton. 1608-1674
  309. At a Solemn Musick, John Milton. 1608-1674
  310. L'Allegro, John Milton. 1608-1674
  311. Il Penseroso, John Milton. 1608-1674
  312. From 'Arcades', John Milton. 1608-1674
  313. From 'Comus', John Milton. 1608-1674
  314. From' Comus', John Milton. 1608-1674
  315. From' Comus', John Milton. 1608-1674
  316. From 'Comus', John Milton. 1608-1674
  317. Lycidas, John Milton. 1608-1674
  318. On His Blindness, John Milton. 1608-1674
  319. To Mr. Lawrence, John Milton. 1608-1674
  320. To Cyriack Skinner, John Milton. 1608-1674
  321. On His Deceased Wife, John Milton. 1608-1674
  322. Light, John Milton. 1608-1674
  323. From 'Samson Agonistes', John Milton. 1608-1674
  324. From 'Samson Agonistes', John Milton. 1608-1674
  325. A Doubt of Martyrdom, Sir John Suckling. 1609-1642
  326. The Constant Lover, Sir John Suckling. 1609-1642
  327. Why so Pale and Wan?, Sir John Suckling. 1609-1642
  328. When, Dearest, I but think of Thee, Sir John Suckling. 1609-1642
  329. A Rose, Sir Richard Fanshawe. 1608-1666
  330. To Chloe, William Cartwright. 1611-1643
  331. Falsehood, William Cartwright. 1611-1643
  332. On the Queen's Return from the Low Countries, William Cartwright. 1611-1643
  333. On a Virtuous Young Gentlewoman, William Cartwright. 1611-1643
  334. I'll never love Thee more, James Graham, Marquis of Montrose. 1612-1650
  335. Coronemus nos Rosis antequam marcescant, Thomas Jordan. 1612?-1685
  336. Wishes to His Supposed Mistress, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  337. The Weeper, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  338. A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  339. Upon the Book and Picture of the Seraphical Saint Teresa, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  340. Verses from the Shepherds' Hymn, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  341. Christ Crucified, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  342. An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife Who died and were buried together, Richard Crashaw. 1613?-1649
  343. To Lucasta, going to the Wars, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  344. To Lucasta, going beyond the Seas, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  345. Gratiana Dancing, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  346. To Amarantha, that she would dishevel her Hair, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  347. The Grasshopper, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  348. To Althea, from Prison, Richard Lovelace. 1618-1658
  349. Anacreontics, Abraham Cowley. 1618-1667
  350. Anacreontics, Abraham Cowley. 1618-1667
  351. Anacreontics, Abraham Cowley. 1618-1667
  352. On the Death of Mr. William Hervey, Abraham Cowley. 1618-1667
  353. The Wish, Abraham Cowley. 1618-1667
  354. The Resolve, Alexander Brome. 1620-1666
  355. An Horatian Ode, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  356. A Garden, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  357. To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  358. The Picture of Little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  359. Thoughts in a Garden, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  360. Bermudas, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  361. An Epitaph, Andrew Marvell. 1621-1678
  362. The Retreat, Henry Vaughan. 1621-1695
  363. Peace, Henry Vaughan. 1621-1695
  364. The Timber, Henry Vaughan. 1621-1695
  365. Friends Departed, Henry Vaughan. 1621-1695
  366. The Shepherd Boy sings in the Valley of Humiliation, John Bunyan. 1628-1688
  367. Thomas the Rhymer, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  368. Sir Patrick Spens, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  369. The Lass of Lochroyan, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  370. The Dowie Houms of Yarrow, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  371. Clerk Saunders, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  372. Fair Annie, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  373. Edward, Edward, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  374. Edom o' Gordon, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  375. The Queen's Marie, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  376. Binnorie, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  377. The Bonnie House o' Airlie, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  378. The Wife of Usher's Well, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  379. The Three Ravens, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  380. The Twa Corbies, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  381. A Lyke-Wake Dirge, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  382. The Seven Virgins., Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  383. Two Rivers, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  384. Cradle Song, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  385. The Call, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  386. The Bonny Earl of Murray, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  387. Helen of Kirconnell, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  388. Waly, Waly, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  389. Barbara Allen's Cruelty, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  390. Pipe and Can, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  391. Love will find out the Way, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  392. Phillada flouts Me, Ballads and Songs By Unknown Authors. 17th Cent.
  393. Chloris in the Snow, William Strode. 1602-1645
  394. The Relapse, Thomas Stanley. 1625-1678
  395. Chloe Divine, Thomas D'Urfey. 1653-1723
  396. To Coelia, Charles Cotton. 1630-1687
  397. To One persuading a Lady to Marriage, Katherine Philips ('Orinda'). 1631-1664
  398. Ode, John Dryden. 1631-1700
  399. A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687, John Dryden. 1631-1700
  400. Ah, how sweet it is to love!, John Dryden. 1631-1700
  401. Hidden Flame, John Dryden. 1631-1700
  402. Song to a Fair Young Lady, going out of the Town in the Spring, John Dryden. 1631-1700
  403. Against Indifference, Charles Webbe. c. 1678
  404. Song, Sir George Etherege. 1635-1691
  405. To a Lady asking him how long he would love her, Sir George Etherege. 1635-1691
  406. News, Thomas Traherne. 1637?-1674
  407. The Sad Day, Thomas Flatman. 1637-1688
  408. Song, Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset. 1638-1706
  409. To Chloris, Sir Charles Sedley. 1639-1701
  410. To Celia, Sir Charles Sedley. 1639-1701
  411. Song, Aphra Behn. 1640-1689
  412. The Libertine, Aphra Behn. 1640-1689
  413. Return, John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 1647-1680
  414. Love and Life, John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 1647-1680
  415. Constancy, John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 1647-1680
  416. To His Mistress, John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 1647-1680
  417. The Reconcilement, John Sheffield, Duke of Buckinghamshire. 1649-1720
  418. On One who died discovering her Kindness, John Sheffield, Duke of Buckinghamshire. 1649-1720
  419. The Enchantment, Thomas Otway. 1652-1685
  420. A Quiet Soul, John Oldham. 1653-1683
  421. Song, John Cutts, Lord Cutts. 1661-1707
  422. The Question to Lisetta, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  423. To a Child of Quality,, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  424. Song, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  425. On My Birthday, July 21, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  426. The Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  427. A Letter, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  428. For my own Monument, Matthew Prior. 1664-1721
  429. Rivals, William Walsh. 1663-1708
  430. Werena my Heart's licht I wad dee, Lady Grisel Baillie. 1665-1746
  431. False though She be, William Congreve. 1670-1729
  432. A Hue and Cry after Fair Amoret, William Congreve. 1670-1729
  433. Hymn, Joseph Addison. 1672-1719
  434. The Day of Judgement, Isaac Watts. 1674-1748
  435. A Cradle Hymn, Isaac Watts. 1674-1748
  436. Song, Thomas Parnell. 1670-1718
  437. Peggy, Allan Ramsay. 1686-1758
  438. On a Fly drinking out of his Cup, William Oldys. 1687-1761
  439. Song, John Gay. 1688-1732
  440. On a certain Lady at Court, Alexander Pope. 1688-1744
  441. Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady, Alexander Pope. 1688-1744
  442. The Dying Christian to his Soul, Alexander Pope. 1688-1744
  443. Shorten Sail, George Bubb Dodington, Lord Melcombe. 1691?-1762
  444. Sally in our Alley, Henry Carey. 1693?-1743
  445. A Drinking-Song, Henry Carey. 1693?-1743
  446. The Rosebud, William Broome. ?-1745
  447. Belinda's Recovery from Sickness, William Broome. ?-1745
  448. On the Death of a particular Friend, James Thomson. 1700-1748
  449. Tell me, my Heart, if this be Love, George Lyttelton, Lord Lyttelton. 1709-1773
  450. One-and-Twenty, Samuel Johnson. 1709-1784
  451. On the Death of Mr. Robert Levet, a Practiser in Physic, Samuel Johnson. 1709-1784
  452. Absence, Richard Jago. 1715-1781
  453. Elegy written in a Country Churchyard, Thomas Gray. 1716-1771
  454. The Curse upon Edward, Thomas Gray. 1716-1771
  455. The Progress of Poesy, Thomas Gray. 1716-1771
  456. On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes, Thomas Gray. 1716-1771
  457. Ode to Simplicity, William Collins. 1721-1759
  458. How sleep the Brave, William Collins. 1721-1759
  459. Ode to Evening, William Collins. 1721-1759
  460. Fidele, William Collins. 1721-1759
  461. Amoret, Mark Akenside. 1721-1770
  462. The Complaint, Mark Akenside. 1721-1770
  463. The Nightingale, Mark Akenside. 1721-1770
  464. To Leven Water, Tobias George Smollett. 1721-1771
  465. Song to David, Christopher Smart. 1722-1770
  466. A Lament for Flodden, Jane Elliot. 1727-1805
  467. Woman, Oliver Goldsmith. 1728-1774
  468. Memory, Oliver Goldsmith. 1728-1774
  469. If Doughty Deeds, Robert Cunninghame-Graham of Gartmore. 1735-1797
  470. To Mary Unwin, William Cowper. 1731-1800
  471. My Mary, William Cowper. 1731-1800
  472. An Epitaph, James Beattie. 1735-1803
  473. Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes, Isobel Pagan. 1740-1821
  474. Life, Anna Laetitia Barbauld. 1743-1825
  475. Prayer for Indifference, Fanny Greville. 18th Cent.
  476. To the Cuckoo, John Logan. 1748-1788
  477. Auld Robin Gray, Lady Anne Lindsay. 1750-1825
  478. Epigram, Sir William Jones. 1746-1794
  479. Song from Aella, Thomas Chatterton. 1752-1770
  480. Meeting, George Crabbe. 1754-1832
  481. Late Wisdom, George Crabbe. 1754-1832
  482. A Marriage Ring, George Crabbe. 1754-1832
  483. To the Muses, William Blake. 1757-1827
  484. To Spring, William Blake. 1757-1827
  485. Song, William Blake. 1757-1827
  486. Reeds of Innocence, William Blake. 1757-1827
  487. The Little Black Boy, William Blake. 1757-1827
  488. Hear the Voice, William Blake. 1757-1827
  489. The Tiger, William Blake. 1757-1827
  490. Cradle Song, William Blake. 1757-1827
  491. Night, William Blake. 1757-1827
  492. Love's Secret, William Blake. 1757-1827
  493. Mary Morison, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  494. Jean, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  495. Auld Lang Syne, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  496. My Bonnie Mary, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  497. John Anderson, my Jo, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  498. The Banks o' Doon, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  499. Ae Fond Kiss, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  500. Bonnie Lesley, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  501. Highland Mary, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  502. O were my Love yon Lilac fair, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  503. A Red, Red Rose, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  504. Lament for Culloden, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  505. The Farewell, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  506. Hark! the Mavis, Robert Burns. 1759-1796
  507. Sun, Henry Rowe. 1750-1819
  508. Moon, Henry Rowe. 1750-1819
  509. Time and Grief, William Lisle Bowles. 1762-1850
  510. The Outlaw's Song, Joanna Baillie. 1762-1851
  511. A Child, Mary Lamb. 1765-1847
  512. The Land o' the Leal, Carolina, Lady Nairne. 1766-1845
  513. A Boy's Song, James Hogg. 1770-1835
  514. Kilmeny, James Hogg. 1770-1835
  515. Lucy, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  516. Lucy, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  517. Lucy, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  518. Lucy, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  519. Lucy, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  520. Upon Westminster Bridge, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  521. Evening on Calais Beach, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  522. On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  523. England, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  524. England, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  525. England, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  526. England, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  527. England, 1802, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  528. The Solitary Reaper, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  529. Perfect Woman, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  530. Daffodils, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  531. Ode to Duty, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  532. The Rainbow, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  533. The Sonnet, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  534. The Sonnet, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  535. The World, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  536. Ode, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  537. Desideria, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  538. Valedictory Sonnet to the River Duddon, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  539. Mutability, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  540. The Trosachs, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  541. Speak!, William Wordsworth. 1770-1850
  542. Proud Maisie, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  543. Brignall Banks, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  544. Lucy Ashton's Song, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  545. Answer, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  546. The Rover's Adieu, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  547. Patriotism, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  548. Patriotism, Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832
  549. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  550. Kubla Khan, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  551. Love, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  552. Youth and Age, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  553. Time, Real and Imaginary, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  554. Work without Hope, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  555. Glycine's Song, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1772-1834
  556. His Books, Robert Southey. 1774-1843
  557. The Maid's Lament, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  558. Rose Aylmer, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  559. Ianthe, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  560. Twenty Years hence, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  561. Verse, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  562. Proud Word you never spoke, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  563. Resignation, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  564. Mother, I cannot mind my Wheel, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  565. Autumn, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  566. Remain!, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  567. Absence, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  568. Of Clementina, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  569. Ianthe's Question, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  570. On Catullus, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  571. Dirce, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  572. Alciphron and Leucippe, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  573. Years, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  574. Separation, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  575. Late Leaves, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  576. Finis, Walter Savage Landor. 1775-1864
  577. The Old Familiar Faces, Charles Lamb. 1775-1834
  578. Hester, Charles Lamb. 1775-1834
  579. On an Infant dying as soon as born, Charles Lamb. 1775-1834
  580. Ye Mariners of England, Thomas Campbell. 1774-1844
  581. The Battle of the Baltic, Thomas Campbell. 1774-1844
  582. The Young May Moon, Thomas Moore. 1779-1852
  583. The Irish Peasant to His Mistress, Thomas Moore. 1779-1852
  584. The Light of Other Days, Thomas Moore. 1779-1852
  585. At the Mid Hour of Night, Thomas Moore. 1779-1852
  586. May, Edward Thurlow, Lord Thurlow. 1781-1829
  587. Battle Song, Ebenezer Elliott. 1781-1849
  588. Plaint, Ebenezer Elliott. 1781-1849
  589. The Sun rises bright in France, Allan Cunningham. 1784-1842
  590. Hame, Hame, Hame, Allan Cunningham. 1784-1842
  591. The Spring of the Year, Allan Cunningham. 1784-1842
  592. Jenny kiss'd Me, Leigh Hunt. 1784-1859
  593. Love and Age, Thomas Love Peacock. 1785-1866
  594. The Grave of Love, Thomas Love Peacock. 1785-1866
  595. Three Men of Gotham, Thomas Love Peacock. 1785-1866
  596. To Death, Caroline Southey. 1787-1854
  597. When we Two parted, George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron. 1788-1824
  598. For Music, George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron. 1788-1824
  599. We'll go no more a-roving, George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron. 1788-1824
  600. She walks in Beauty, George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron. 1788-1824
  601. The Isles of Greece, George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron. 1788-1824
  602. The Children Band, Sir Aubrey De Vere. 1788-1846
  603. The Burial of Sir John Moore after Corunna, Charles Wolfe. 1791-1823
  604. To Mary, Charles Wolfe. 1791-1823
  605. Hymn of Pan, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  606. The Invitation, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  607. Hellas, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  608. To a Skylark, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  609. The Moon, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  610. Ode to the West Wind, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  611. The Indian Serenade, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  612. Night, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  613. From the Arabic, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  614. Lines, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  615. To ----, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  616. The Question, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  617. Remorse, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  618. Music, when Soft Voices die, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1792-1822
  619. Willie and Helen, Hew Ainslie. 1792-1878
  620. Burial of the Dead, John Keble. 1792-1866
  621. Written in Northampton County Asylum, John Clare. 1793-1864
  622. Dirge, Felicia Dorothea Hemans. 1793-1835
  623. Song of the Indian Maid, John Keats. 1795-1821
  624. Ode to a Nightingale, John Keats. 1795-1821
  625. Ode on a Grecian Urn, John Keats. 1795-1821
  626. Ode to Psyche, John Keats. 1795-1821
  627. To Autumn, John Keats. 1795-1821
  628. Ode on Melancholy, John Keats. 1795-1821
  629. Fragment of an Ode to Maia, John Keats. 1795-1821
  630. Bards of Passion and of Mirth, John Keats. 1795-1821
  631. Fancy, John Keats. 1795-1821
  632. Stanzas, John Keats. 1795-1821
  633. Las Belle Dame sans Merci, John Keats. 1795-1821
  634. On first looking into Chapman's Homer, John Keats. 1795-1821
  635. When I have Fears that I may cease to be, John Keats. 1795-1821
  636. To Sleep, John Keats. 1795-1821
  637. Last Sonnet, John Keats. 1795-1821
  638. The Outlaw of Loch Lene, Jeremiah Joseph Callanan. 1795-1839
  639. Too solemn for day, too sweet for night, William Sidney Walker. 1795-1846
  640. Song, George Darley. 1795-1846
  641. To Helene, George Darley. 1795-1846
  642. The Fallen Star, George Darley. 1795-1846
  643. The Solitary-Hearted, Hartley Coleridge. 1796-1849
  644. Song, Hartley Coleridge. 1796-1849
  645. Early Death, Hartley Coleridge. 1796-1849
  646. Friendship, Hartley Coleridge. 1796-1849
  647. Autumn, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  648. Silence, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  649. Death, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  650. Fair Ines, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  651. Time of Roses, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  652. Ruth, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  653. The Death-bed, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  654. The Bridge of Sighs, Thomas Hood. 1798-1845
  655. The Blind Boy's Pranks, William Thom. 1798-1848
  656. Elena's Song, Sir Henry Taylor. 1800-1866
  657. A Jacobite's Epitaph, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Lord Macaulay. 1800-1859
  658. Mater Dolorosa, William Barnes. 1801-1886
  659. The Wife a-lost, William Barnes. 1801-1886
  660. Fairy Song, Winthrop Mackworth Praed. 1802-1839
  661. O sleep, my Babe, Sara Coleridge. 1802-1850
  662. The Child, Sara Coleridge. 1802-1850
  663. Eileen Aroon, Gerald Griffin. 1803-1840
  664. Dark Rosaleen, James Clarence Mangan. 1803-1849
  665. The Nameless One, James Clarence Mangan. 1803-1849
  666. Wolfram's Dirge, Thomas Lovell Beddoes. 1803-1849
  667. Dream-Pedlary, Thomas Lovell Beddoes. 1803-1849
  668. Song, Thomas Lovell Beddoes. 1803-1849
  669. Give All to Love, Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1803-1882
  670. Uriel, Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1803-1882
  671. Bacchus, Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1803-1882
  672. Brahma, Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1803-1882
  673. The Plough, Richard Henry Horne. 1803-1884
  674. King Arthur's Waes-hael, Robert Stephen Hawker. 1804-1875
  675. Are they not all Ministering Spirits?, Robert Stephen Hawker. 1804-1875
  676. The Half-asleep, Thomas Wade. 1805-1875
  677. The Bells of Shandon, Francis Mahony. 1805-1866
  678. Rosalind's Scroll, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  679. The Deserted Garden, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  680. Consolation, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  681. Grief, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  682. Sonnets from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  683. Sonnets from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  684. Sonnets from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  685. Sonnets from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  686. Sonnets from the Portuguese, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  687. A Musical Instrument, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1806-1861
  688. The Holy Tide, Frederick Tennyson. 1807-1898
  689. My Lost Youth, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 1807-1882
  690. Vesta, John Greenleaf Whittier. 1807-1892
  691. Lament of the Irish Emigrant, Helen Selina, Lady Dufferin. 1807-1867
  692. I do not love Thee, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton. 1808-1876
  693. Letty's Globe, Charles Tennyson Turner. 1808-1879
  694. To Helen, Edgar Allan Poe. 1809-1849
  695. Annabel Lee, Edgar Allan Poe. 1809-1849
  696. For Annie, Edgar Allan Poe. 1809-1849
  697. Old Song, Edward Fitzgerald. 1809-1883
  698. From Omar Khayym, Edward Fitzgerald. 1809-1883
  699. Mariana, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  700. The Lady of Shalott, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  701. The Miller's Daughter, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  702. Song of the Lotos-Eaters, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  703. St. Agnes' Eve, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  704. Blow, Bugle, blow, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  705. Summer Night, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  706. Come down, O Maid, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  707. From 'In Memoriam', Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  708. Maud, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  709. O that 'twere possible, Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson. 1809-1892
  710. Shadows, Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton. 1809-1885
  711. The Bride, Henry Alford. 1810-1871
  712. Cean Dubh Deelish, Sir Samuel Ferguson. 1810-1886
  713. Cashel of Munster, Sir Samuel Ferguson. 1810-1886
  714. The Fair Hills of Ireland, Sir Samuel Ferguson. 1810-1886
  715. Song from 'Paracelsus', Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  716. The Wanderers, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  717. Thus the Mayne glideth, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  718. Pippa's Song, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  719. You'll love Me yet, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  720. Porphyria's Lover, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  721. Song, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  722. Earl Mertoun's Song, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  723. In a Gondola, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  724. Meeting at Night, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  725. Parting at Morning, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  726. The Lost Mistress, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  727. The Last Ride together, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  728. Misconceptions, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  729. Home-thoughts, from Abroad, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  730. Home-thoughts, from the Sea, Robert Browning. 1812-1889
  731. The Which's Ballad, William Bell Scott. 1812-1890
  732. Serenade, Aubrey De Vere. 1814-1902
  733. Sorrow, Aubrey De Vere. 1814-1902
  734. The County of Mayo, George Fox. 1815-?
  735. My Lady's Grave, Emily Bronte. 1818-1848
  736. Remembrance, Emily Bronte. 1818-1848
  737. The Prisoner, Emily Bronte. 1818-1848
  738. Last Lines, Emily Bronte. 1818-1848
  739. Airly Beacon, Charles Kingsley. 1819-1875
  740. The Sands of Dee, Charles Kingsley. 1819-1875
  741. Say not the Struggle Naught availeth, Arthur Hugh Clough. 1819-1861
  742. The Imprisoned Soul, Walt Whitman. 1819-1892
  743. O Captain! My Captain!, Walt Whitman. 1819-1892
  744. Trust Thou Thy Love, John Ruskin. 1819-1900
  745. When the World is burning, Ebenezer Jones. 1820-1860
  746. At Her Window, Frederick Locker-Lampson. 1821-1895
  747. The Forsaken Merman, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  748. The Song of Callicles, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  749. To Marguerite, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  750. Requiescat, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  751. The Scholar-Gipsy, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  752. Philomela, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  753. Shakespeare, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  754. From the Hymn of Empedocles, Matthew Arnold. 1822-1888
  755. The Flowers, William Brighty Rands. 1823-1880
  756. The Thought, William Brighty Rands. 1823-1880
  757. Maritae Suae, William Philpot. 1823-1889
  758. Mimnermus in Church, William (Johnson) Cory. 1823-1892
  759. Heraclitus, William (Johnson) Cory. 1823-1892
  760. The Married Lover, Coventry Patmore. 1823-1896
  761. 'If I were dead', Coventry Patmore. 1823-1896
  762. Departure, Coventry Patmore. 1823-1896
  763. The Toys, Coventry Patmore. 1823-1896
  764. A Farewell, Coventry Patmore. 1823-1896
  765. The Ballad of Keith of Ravelston, Sydney Dobell. 1824-1874
  766. Return!, Sydney Dobell. 1824-1874
  767. A Chanted Calendar, Sydney Dobell. 1824-1874
  768. Laus Deo, Sydney Dobell. 1824-1874
  769. The Fairies, William Allingham. 1824-1889
  770. That Holy Thing, George MacDonald. 1824-1905
  771. The Blessed Damozel, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 1828-1882
  772. Love in the Valley, George Meredith. 1828-1909
  773. Phoebus with Admetus, George Meredith. 1828-1909
  774. Tardy Spring, George Meredith. 1828-1909
  775. Love's Grave, George Meredith. 1828-1909
  776. Lucifer in Starlight, George Meredith. 1828-1909
  777. Love, Alexander Smith. 1829-1867
  778. Barbara, Alexander Smith. 1829-1867
  779. Bride Song, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  780. A Birthday, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  781. Song, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  782. Twice, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  783. Uphill, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  784. Passing Away, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  785. Marvel of Marvels, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  786. Is it Well with the Child?, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  787. Remember, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  788. Aloof, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  789. Rest, Christina Georgina Rossetti. 1830-1894
  790. Dora, Thomas Edward Brown. 1830-1897
  791. Jessie, Thomas Edward Brown. 1830-1897
  792. Salve!, Thomas Edward Brown. 1830-1897
  793. My Garden, Thomas Edward Brown. 1830-1897
  794. A Night in Italy, Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton, Earl of Lytton. 1831-1892
  795. The Last Wish, Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton, Earl of Lytton. 1831-1892
  796. In the Train, James Thomson. 1834-1882
  797. Sunday up the River, James Thomson. 1834-1882
  798. Gifts, James Thomson. 1834-1882
  799. The Vine, James Thomson. 1834-1882
  800. Summer Dawn, William Morris. 1834-1896
  801. Love is enough, William Morris. 1834-1896
  802. The Nymph's Song to Hylas, William Morris. 1834-1896
  803. The Water-Nymph and the Boy, Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel. 1834-1894
  804. The Old, Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel. 1834-1894
  805. Meet We no Angels, Pansie?, Thomas Ashe. 1836-1889
  806. To Two Bereaved, Thomas Ashe. 1836-1889
  807. Wassail Chorus at the Mermaid Tavern, Theodore Watts-Dunton. 1836-1914
  808. Chorus from 'Atalanta', Algernon Charles Swinburne. 1837-1909
  809. Hertha, Algernon Charles Swinburne. 1837-1909
  810. Ave atque Vale, Algernon Charles Swinburne. 1837-1909
  811. Itylus, Algernon Charles Swinburne. 1837-1909
  812. Earliest Spring, William Dean Howells. b. 1837
  813. What the Bullet sang, Bret Harte. 1839-1902
  814. Maureen, John Todhunter. 1839-1916
  815. Aghadoe, John Todhunter. 1839-1916
  816. Song, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  817. The Desolate City, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  818. With Esther, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  819. To Manon, on his Fortune in loving Her, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  820. St. Valentine's Day, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  821. Gibraltar, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  822. Written at Florence, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  823. The Two Highwaymen, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. b. 1840
  824. A Garden Song, Henry Austin Dobson. b. 1840
  825. Urceus Exit, Henry Austin Dobson. b. 1840
  826. In After Days, Henry Austin Dobson. b. 1840
  827. Mooni, Henry Clarence Kendall. 1841-1882
  828. Ode, Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy. 1844-1881
  829. Song, Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy. 1844-1881
  830. The Fountain of Tears, Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy. 1844-1881
  831. A White Rose, John Boyle O'Reilly. 1844-1890
  832. My Delight and Thy Delight, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  833. Spirits, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  834. Nightingales, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  835. A Passer-by, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  836. Absence, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  837. On a Dead Child, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  838. Pater Filio, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  839. Winter Nightfall, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  840. When Death to Either shall come, Robert Bridges. b. 1844
  841. The Odyssey, Andrew Lang. 1844-1912
  842. Invictus, William Ernest Henley. 1849-1903
  843. Margaritae Sorori, William Ernest Henley. 1849-1903
  844. England, My England, William Ernest Henley. 1849-1903
  845. Revelation, Edmund Gosse. b. 1849
  846. Romance, Robert Louis Stevenson. 1850-1894
  847. In the Highlands, Robert Louis Stevenson. 1850-1894
  848. Requiem, Robert Louis Stevenson. 1850-1894
  849. The Dead at Clonmacnois, T. W. Rolleston. b. 1857
  850. Song, John Davidson. 1857-1909
  851. The Last Rose, John Davidson. 1857-1909
  852. Song, William Watson. b. 1858
  853. Ode in May, William Watson. b. 1858
  854. The Great Misgiving, William Watson. b. 1858
  855. Prayers, Henry Charles Beeching. 1859-1919
  856. Going down Hill on a Bicycle, Henry Charles Beeching. 1859-1919
  857. Why, Bliss Carman. b. 1861
  858. My Grief on the Sea, Douglas Hyde. b. 1861
  859. The Phoenix, Arthur Christopher Benson. b. 1862
  860. He fell among Thieves, Henry Newbolt. b. 1862
  861. Reunited, Gilbert Parker. b. 1862
  862. Where My Books go, William Butler Yeats. b. 1865
  863. When You are Old, William Butler Yeats. b. 1865
  864. The Lake Isle of Innisfree, William Butler Yeats. b. 1865
  865. A Dedication, Rudyard Kipling. b. 1865
  866. L'Envoi, Rudyard Kipling. b. 1865
  867. Recessional, Rudyard Kipling. b. 1865
  868. Song, Richard Le Gallienne. b. 1866
  869. The Second Crucifixion, Richard Le Gallienne. b. 1866
  870. Invocation to Youth, Laurence Binyon. b. 1869
  871. O World, be Nobler, Laurence Binyon. b. 1869
  872. By the Margin of the Great Deep, George William Russell ('A. E.'). b. 1853
  873. The Great Breath, George William Russell ('A. E.'). b. 1853
  874. A Duet, T. Sturge Moore. b. 1870
  875. The Poppy, Francis Thompson. 1859-1907
  876. Non Nobis, Henry Cust. 1861-1917
  877. Sheep and Lambs, Katharine Tynan Hinkson. b. 1861
  878. An Upper Chamber, Frances Bannerman.
  879. Renouncement, Alice Meynell. b. 1850
  880. The Lady of the Lambs, Alice Meynell. b. 1850
  881. Ireland, Dora Sigerson. d. 1918
  882. Genius Loci, Margaret L. Woods. b. 1856
  883. Dominus Illuminatio Mea, Anonymous. c. 19th Cent.