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Now the storm begins to lower.....

271
Now, upon Syria's land of roses.
Now Venus mounts her car, she shakes the
reins....

226
Now was the Lord and Lady of the May... 167
Now welcom, somer, with thy sonne softe.. 45
Nox NOCTI INDICAT SCIENTIAM.

173
Nu, brobert Wallterr, broßerr min..
Nuns fret not at their convent's narrow

344
NYMPHIDIA.

124

2

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346

room...

376

386

MORAL ESSAYS....

247
MORALITY..

507
MORAL ODE..
More than most fair, full of the living fire.. 90
Morning, evening, noon and night..

480
Morpheus, the lively son of deadly Sleep.. 105
Mortality, behold and fear..

160
MORTE D'ARTHUR..
Most sweet it is with unuplifted eyes.
Much have I travell’d in the realms of gold 416
Music, when soft voices die...

404
MUSOPHILUS..

119
My anxious soul is tore with doubtful strife. 260
My days among the Dead are past... 366
My eye, descending from the hill, surveys... 196
My first thought was, he lied in every word 483
My good blade carves the casques of men...

464
My hair is gray, but not from years....
My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness
pains.

413
My heart is a-breaking, dear tittie.

321
My heart is like a singing bird..

543
My heart leaps up when I behold.

335
MY LAST DUCHESS..

479
My letters all dead paper, mute and white.. 434
My little Son, who look'd from thoughtful
eyes...

522
My lov'd, my honour'd, much respected

friend....
My lute, awake, perform the last.

80
My mind to me a kingdom is...

88
My mother's maids, when they did sew and
spin..

81
My name is Colyn Cloute..

62
My NANIE, O.....

310
My only Love is always near.

504
My Peggy is a young thing.

228
My poet, thou canst touch on all the notes.. 434
MY STAR..

316

146

O blithe New-comer! I have heard........

334
O, breathe not his name! let it sleep in the

shade...
Obscurest night involved the sky.

293
ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON
COLLEGE..

266
ODE ON A GRECIAN URN..

414
ODE ON THE SPRING...

265
ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE.

413
ODE TO Duty..

337
ODE TO EVENING.

273
ODE TO THE WEST WIND..

399
ODE UPON THE CENSURE OF HIS “NEW INN" 152
ODE WRITTEN IN THE BEGINNING OF THE
YEAR 1746....

272
O Earth, lie heavily upon her eyes.

544
O erth! on erth it is a wonders case.

59
O, fair sweet face! O, eyes celestial bright. 160
O, faithless World! and thy more faithless

part....
Of all the thoughts of God that are.

431
Of a' the airts the wind can blaw....

320
Of Heaven or Hell I have no power to sing.. 550
Of Man's first disobedience and the fruit... 184
Of Nelson and the North...

371
O force of faith! O strength of virtuous will 364
O, for my sake do you with Fortune chide.. 142
O for some honest lover's ghost.
OF THE DEATH OF SIR T. W..

83
OF THE MEAN AND SURE ESTATE..

81
Of these the false Achitophel was first. 203
OF THE SOUL OF MAN AND THE IMMORTALITY
THEREOF..

147
Oft I had heard of Lucy Gray.

333
Oft in the stilly night...

374
Oh, but, says one, Tradition set aside. 205
Oh for a lodge in some vast wilderness.. 286
Oh that those lips had language !.

290
Oh! the days are gone when beauty bright.: 375
Oh, thou ! in Hellas deem'd of heavenly birth 380
Oh, to be in England. ...

477
Oh, to what height will love of greatness drive. 156
Oh Venice! Venice! when thy marble walls 389
Oh yet we trust that somehow good... 470
Old Adam, the carrion crow.

430
Old Chaucer doth of Topas tell.

124
Old Chaucer, like the morning star.

196
O Liberty, thou goddess heavenly bright.. 219
O Light! (which mak'st the light, which

mak'st the day....
O listen, listen, ladies gay.

317

479

192

338

Nay but you, who do not love her..

476
Never seek to tell thy love....

304
Never the time and the place..

498
Night THOUGHTS..

224
No bliss can so contenting prove...

166
Nobly, nobly Cape St. Vincent to the North-
west died away.

477
No longer mourn for me when I am dead... 141
Nor can I not believe but that hereby..
NORTHERN FARMER (NEW STYLE).

405
NOSCE TEIPSUM...

147
Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note.

393
Not, Celia, that I juster am.
Not far advanced was morning day.. 349
Not here ! the white North has thy bones.. 471
Nothing so true as what you once let fall... 247
Not in the crises of events....

522
Not marble, nor the gilded monuments. 140
Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul.. 142
Not that the earth is changing, O my God.. 533
Now mirk December's dowie face...

307
Now riden this folk and walken on fote..
Now the lusty spring is seen..

159

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147

O ye wha are sae guid yoursel....... 318
O, young Lochinvar is come out of the west. 347
O young Mariner..

472
OZYMANDIAS.....

397

211

O maister deere and fadir reverent.

47
O Mary, at thy window be....

309
O Mistress mine, where are you roaming... 144
ON A GIRDLE..

175
ON ANOTHER'S SORROW.

301
On a starred night Prince Lucifer uprose... 542
Once did She hold the gorgeous east in fee.. 343
ON CHAUCER......

47
ON DEATH..

370
On either side..

300
On either side of the river lie.

442
One more Unfortunate.

425
Ones yet aga yne..

62
O, never say that I was false of heart.

142
One word is too often profaned....

410
ONE WORD MORE....

491
ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOMER. 416
On Hellespont, guilty of true love's blood..... 125
ON HIS BLINDNESS...

184
ON HIS HAVING ARRIVED AT THE AGE OF
TWENTY-THREE...

183
ON HIS SEVENTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY.

370
O Nightingale, that on yon bloomy spray... 183
ON LAMB'S SPECIMENS OF DRAMATIC POETS 562
On Linden, when the sun was low...

370
On Man, on Nature, and on Human Life... 333
ON MR. ABRAHAM COWLEY'S DEATH AND
BURIAL...

196
ON MY FIRST SON.

152
O, no, Belov'd, I am most sure.

161
ON REFUSAL OF AID BETWEEN NATIONS.... 533
ON THE COUNTESS DOWAGER OF PEMBROKE 168
ON THE DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM HERVEY.. 197
ON THE DETRACTION WHICH FOLLOWED
CERTAIN TREATISES...

183
ON THE EXTINCTION OF THE VENETIAN RE-
PUBLIC...

343
ON THE LATE MASSACRE IN PIEDMONT. 184
ON THE LIFE OF MAN...

160
ON THE LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE. 289
ON THE MORNING OF Christ's NATIVITY... 175
ON THE RECEIPT OF MY MOTHER'S PICTURE 290
ON THE SEA.....

417
ON THE SEA-SHORE NEAR CALAIS.

344
ON THE SONNET...

344
ON THE SUDDEN RESTRAINT of EARL
OF SOMERSET.

147
O Rose, thou art sick..

302
Or rushing thence, in one diffusive band.. 255
O saw ye bonie Lesley...

324
O! snatch'd away in beauty's bloom. 393
O soft embalmer of the still midnight.

416
() that the chemist's magic art..

328
Others abide our question. Thou art free.. 505
O Thou that swing'st upon the waving hair. 197
O thou! whatever title suit thee....

311
Out upon it, I have loved..

192
Over hill, over dale....

143
Over the solitary hills he fared..

420
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms.
O where hae ye been, Lord Randal, my son 77
0, wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn's
being....

399

PARADISE AND THE PERI.

373
PARADISE Lost..

184
PARTING AT MORNING..

476
Passing from Italy to Greece, the tales.. 163
Passions are liken'd best to floods and streams 88
Pastyme with good companye..

65
Peace; come away: the song of woe.

470
PEARL.

15
PEGGY..

228
“PERCHÉ PENSA”.

502
Perle, plesaunte to prynces paye..

15
PERPLEXED Music.......

432
PERSONAL TALK...

338
PERSUASIONS TO Joy: A SONG.

173
Phillis is my only joy..
PAILOMELA...

517
PHILOMELA'S ODE.

115
Phæbus, arise..

162
PHYLLIDA AND CORYDON..

.. 127
PHYLLIDA'S LOVE-CALL TO HER CORYDON.. 128
Phyllis! why should we delay...

174
PIERS THE PLOWMAN.....

24
Pinch him, pinch him black and blue. 107
Piping down the valleys wild...

301
Pitch here the tent, while the old horse grazes 540
Poets are all who love, who feel, great truths 498
Poor little, pretty, fluttering thing..

216
Poor soul, the centre of my sinful earth..

143
PRAISE AND PRAYER.
Praise is devotion fit for mighty minds. 174
PRIMROSES.

557
PROCRASTINATION.

224
PROLOGUE FOR AN AMATEUR PERFORMANCE
OF “THE HONEYMOON".

429
PROPHETIC Books..

304
PROTHALAMION.

90
PROVERBS.

302
Psalm XXX, Part II.

157
PSALM XLVI...

158

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346

202

218

SONGS OF INNOCENCE...

301
SONG. THE NIGHTINGALE.

106
SONG TO BACCHUS.

159
SONG TO CELIA.

149
SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE.

433
SONNETS TO DELIA..

117
SOUL-LIGHT...

534
Souls of Poets dead and gone.

415
So, we'll go no more a-roving.

393
Speak, goddess ! since 'tis thou that best canst
tell..

213
SPONSA.

158
SPRING.

256
SPRING'S WELCOME.

107
SPRINGTIME.

13
Squyer, com neer, if it your wille be.

38
St. AGNES' Eve..

463
St. Agnes' Eve Ah, bitter chill it was..... 421
STAGIRIUS.

505
STANZAS FOR MUSIC..

393
STANZAS ON OLIVER CROMWELL.
STANZAS WRITTEN IN HIS LIBRARY.

366
STELLA'S BIRTHDAY, MARCH 13, 1726.
Stern Daughter of the Voice of God.. 337
STILLBORN LOVE..

534
Still must I hear? shall hoarse Fitzgerald

bawl..
STORM IN HARVEST..
Stretched on my restless bed all night..

158
Strong Son of God, immortal Love.
ST. STEPHEN AND HEROD....

79
ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE.
Such a starved bank of moss.

498
SUMMER..

255
SUNDAY UP THE RIVER.

549
Sunset and evening star.

473
Sure thou didst fourish once; and many
springs.

201
SURREY TO GERALDINE.

123
Survivor sole, and hardly such, of all... 291
Swallow, my sister, O sister swallow...

559
Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content 115
Sweet Auburn! loveliest village of the plain 278
Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright....... 171
Sweet dimness of her loosened hair's downfall 533
SWEETEST MELANCHOLY..

158
SWEET PHOSPHOR, BRING THE DAY..

171
Swiftly walk o'er the western wave.

410
SYR GAWAYN AND THE GRENE KNYGHT....
SYRIA...

373

378
256

468

Sacred Religion! Mother of Form and Fear 119
SAUL...
Say not the struggle nought availeth..

503
Say over again and yet once over again..

434
Scorn not the Sonnet; Critic, you have

frowned...
Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled..

325
Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.. 414
See the chariot at hand here of Love.

149
SEPHESTIA'S SONG TO HER CHILD..

116
SEPTEMBER, 1802, Near Dover.

343
Seynt Stevene was a clerk in Kyng Herowdes
halle.

79
SHAKESPEARE..

505
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day.... 139
Shall I, wasting in despair....

165
She dwelt among the untrodden ways.. 332
She has laughed as softly as if she sighed..

433
Shepherd, what's love, I pray thee tell.. 129
She stood breast-high amid the corn.. 427
She walks in beauty, like the night..

393
She was a phantom of delight..

337
Should auld acquaintance be forgot.

320
Shut, shut the door, good John! fatigued, I
said..

243
Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more..

144
Silent Nymph, with curious eye.

259
Since all the riches of all this world.

303
Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor bound-
less sea.....

140
Since there's no help, come, let us kiss and part 121
Singing is sweet, but be sure of this.

550
Sing to Apollo, god of day...

107
SIR GALAHAD..

464
SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.

471
SIR PATRICK SPENS..

75
SISTER HELEN....

529
Sitting by a-river's side...

115
So all day long the noise of battle rollid.

456
SOHRAB AND RUSTUM.....

509
So, in the sinful streets, abstracted and alone 501
Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er....... 350
Sole listener, Duddon! to the breeze that
played..

345
SOLITUDE..

333
Some say Love..
SONG FROM OLD FORTUNATUS.

148
SONG FROM THE BROKEN HEART..

164
SONG FROM THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLIDAY.... 147
SONG OF PARIS AND (ENONE.

107
SONG OF SOLOMON (Paraphrase).

158
SONG OF THE SONGLESS...

542
SONGS FROM SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS.

143
SONGS OF EXPERIENCE.

301

411

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116

Take, O, take those lips away.

144
TALES..

300
TAM GLEN.

321
TAM O' SHANTER.

321
Tell me not, Sweet, I am unkind.

196
Tell me now in what hidden way is.

532
Tell me where is fancy bred..

143
That's my last Duchess painted on the wall. 479
That time of year thou mayst in me behold.. 141
That which her slender waist confined...... 175
THE ACCOUNTE OF W. CANYNGES FEAST... 200
THE ANGEL IN THE HOUSE...

521

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THE APOLOGY...

285 THE EPILOGUE TO ASOLANDO......
The awful shadow of some unseen Power... 396 THE EPITAPH OF GRAUNDE AMOUR..

59
THE BALLAD OF DEAD LADIES.
532 THE EVE OF ST. AGNES...

421
THE BARD...

270 THE EXCUSATION OF THE AUCTHOURE. 60
THE BATTLE OF BLENHEIM.
365 THE FABLE OF BELLING THE Cat..

26
THE BATTLE OF OTTERBURN.

69 The face of all the world is changed, I think 433
The BELLE OF THE BALL-ROOM.

428
THE FAERIE QUEENE.

99
The bell strikes one: we take no note of time 224 THE Fan....

226
THE BISHOP ORDERS HIS TOMB.

490 The feast was over in Branksome tower..... 346
The blessed damozel leaned out...

524 The feathered songster chaunticleer.. 295
THE BOY AND THE ANGEL...
480 THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS..

373
The breaking waves dashed high..
413 THE FIRST DAY....

544
The bride she is winsome and bonny. 326 The firste stok, fader of gentilesse.

46
THE BRIDE SONG....
543 THE FLEECE..

259
THE BRIDGE OF Sighs.

425
THE FLIGHT INTO EGYPT.

9
THE BRUT..

THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.

306
The Brutons thus departed hence.
108 THE FORSAKEN MERMAN.

506
THE BURIAL OF SIR JOHN MOORE AT Co- The forward violet thus did I chide.

141
RUNNA.

393

THE FRUITS OF A CLEAR CONSCIENCE.
THE BURNING BABE.

117
THE FUNERAL.

155
THE CAMPAIGN..
219 THE FUTURE.

508
THE CANONIZATION.
153 THE GARDEN..

199
THE CANTERBURY TALES..

32

THE GARDEN OF PROSERPINE.
THE CASTAWAY.
293 THE GLORY THAT WAS GREECE.

392
THE CASTLE OF INDOLENCE.

THE GLOVE AND THE LIONS.

377
The changing guests, each in a different mood 534

THE GRASSHOPPER.......

197
THE CHARACTER OF A HAPPY LIFE..

146 THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE CRICKET. 416
THE CHARM.

159
THE GRAVE.

254
THE CHOICE..

535 The gray sea and the long black land. 476
THE CITY OR DREADFUL Night.

548
THE HARE WITH MANY FRIENDS..

225
THE CLOD AND THE PEBBLE.

301 The harp that once through Tara's halls.... 375
THE CLOUD..

400

The heaven doth not contain so many stars.. 162
THE CLOUD CONFINES.
537 THE HERDMAN'S HAPPY LIFE.

IZI
THE COLLAR..

172
THE HIGHER PANTHEISM.

466
THE COMING OF THE RAIN.
256 THE HIND AND THE PANTHER.

205
THE COMPLAINT.....

224
The HOLY FAIR..

313
THE COMPLAINT OF ROSAMOND.
118 THE HOMES OF ENGLAND..

412
THE COMPLEINT OF CHAUCER TO HIS EMPTY The hour which might have been yet might
46 not be..

534
THE COMPUTATION..

155
The human spirits saw I on a day.

502
The CONCLUSION.
89 THE HUNTING OF THE CHEVIOT..

72
THE CONSTANT LOVER..
192 THE IDLE SINGER OF AN EMPTY DAY.

550
THE COTTER'S SATURDAY NIGHT.
316 THE ILIAD...

232
THE COURT OF FAIRY..
I 24 THE INDIAN SERENADE.

400
THE CRUSADE.
283 THE INDIFFERENT..

153
THE CRY OF THE CHILDREN.

435 The keener tempests come: and fuming dun 255
The Curfew tolls the knell of parting day. 267 THE KINGIS QUAIR..

50
THE CURSE OF KEHAMA.
364 The king sits in Dumferling toune.

75
THE DAFT DAYS....

307
THE LADY OF SHALOTT..

442
The day is dark and the night.

537
THE LADY OF THE LAKE.

350
THE DAY OF JUDGMENT..

THE LADY OF THE LAND..

551
THE DEATH AND DYING WORDS OF POOR THE LANDING OF THE PILGRIM FATHERS.

413
MAILIE...

309
THE LANDMARK.

535
THE DEATH-BED..

THE LAND O' THE LEAL..

328
THE DESERTED LOVER CONSOLETH HIMSELF 80 The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest.

174
THE DESERTED VILLAGE.
278 THE LAST RIDE TOGETHER..

481
THE DETHE OF SYR CHARLES BAWDIN.....
295 THE LAST WORD..

521
THE DISPENSARY.

213
THE LAY OF ROSABELLE.

347
THE DREAM.

154 THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL.
THE DUNCIAD..

250 The Light Of Asia...
THE EARTHLY PARADISE.

550
THE LIGHT OF THE HAREM.

373
THE ELEGY ON ADDISON.

227 The Lord let the house of a brute to the soul
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The lost days of my life until to-day. 535
THE LOST LEADER.

475
THE LOVER.

521
THE LOVER COMPLAINETH THAT HIS DREAM
IS NOT LONGER......

80
THE LOVER COMPLAINETH THE UNKINDNESS
OF HIS LOVE...

80
THE LOVER'S JOURNEY.

300
The Lover's MELANCHOLY.

163
THE LOWEST PLACE..

544
The lytyll, prety nyghtyngale.

66
THE MAN IN THE Moon..

13
THE MARIAGE BETWENE GRAUNDE AMOUR
AND LABELL PUCELL..

59
THE MARRIED LOVER..

522
The means, therefore, which unto us is lent.. 96
THE MEANS TO ATTAIN HAPPY LIFE.

83
THE MINSTREL...

294
THE MIRROR FOR MAGISTRATES.
The morn they look on with unwilling eyes.. 202
THE MOUSE AND THE PADDOCK.
THE MYSTERY OF EVIL..
THE NIGHTINGALE...

277
The nightingale, as soon as April bringeth... 106
Then Perceveraunce in all goodly haste... 59
Then thus. “Since man from beast by words
is known...

250
THE NUTBROWNE MAIDE.

54
THE NYMPH'S REPLY TO THE SHEPHERD.

131
THE OLD COQUETTE..

224
THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES.

367
The old inventive Poets, had they seen. 345
THE ONE Hope...
THE ORMULUM.
The OWL AND THE NIGHTINGALE.

7
THE PALACE OF ART..

449
THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE.. 131
THE PASSIONS....

273
THE PASTIME OF PLEASURE.

59
The Persë owt off Northombarlonde..

72
THE PETITION FOR AN ABSOLUTE RETREAT. 213
THE PLEASURES OF HOPE..

372
THE POEMA MORALE.

I
The poetry of earth is never dead.

416
THE PORTRAIT..

545
THE POWER OF MUSIC.

207
THE PRICKE OF CONSCIENCE.

14
THE PRINCE'S PROGRESS.

543
THE PRISONER OF CHILLON.

385
THE PROGRESS OF POESY.

268
THE QUESTIONING SPIRIT..

502
THE RAPE OF LUCRECE.

136
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK..

231
There be none of Beauty's daughters. 393
There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin 371
THE RECLUSE...

333
There is a garden in her face.

146
There is delight in singing, though none hear 370
There lived in Gothic days, as legends tell.. 294
THE REMEDY WORSE THAN THE DISEASE.. 216
There often wanders one whom better days. 286
THERE'S NAE LUCK ABOUT THE HOUSE.

305
THE RETALIATION...

282

There they are, my fifty men and women... 491
THE RETREAT.

200
THE RETREAT..

364
THE REVELATION.

521
There was a time when meadow, grove, and
stream.....

339
THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER.

355
THE RIVER DUDDON....

345
The rose had been washed, just washed in a
shower...

290
THE ROUNDEL.

561
The Rout is Folly's circle, which she draws.. 288
THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM...
Ther wacz lokyng on lenthe, the lude to be-
holde..

18
THE SALT OF THE EARTH.

562
THE SCHOLAR GIPSY....
THE SCHOOL-MISTRESS..

264
THE SCOURGE OF VILLAINY..

157
THE SECOND THREE MEN'S SONG.

147
THE SHEEP-WASHING...

255
THE SHEPHEARDES CALENDER..

96
THE SHEPHERD'S COMMENDATION HIS
NYMPH...

129
THE SHEPHERD'S DESCRIPTION OF LOVE...

129
THE SHEPHERD'S RESOLUTION IN LOVE.. 132
THE SHEPHERD'S WIFE'S SONG..

116
THE SICK Rose..

302
THE SILENT LOVER.

88
THE SILENT VOICES.

472
THE SIXTH BOOK OF HOMER'S ILIADS.

III
THE SLEEP..

431
THE SLEEPING MISTRESS..

160
THE SOLITARY REAPER..

336
THE SONG OF THE SHIRT.
THE SONNET..

533
The soote season that bud and bloom forth
brings...

82
THE SOUL'S EXPRESSION..

432
The spacious firmament on high..

220
THE SPIRIT OF SOLITUDE.

394
THE SPIRIT'S EPOCHS..

522
THE SPLENDID SHILLING.

221
THE SQUIERES TALE....

38
The stage I choose - a subject fair and free 285
The stately homes of England.

412
The Steel GLASS....

84
THE STORY OF PIEBUS

AND DAPHNE,
APPLIED....

174
THE STORY OF RIMINI.

376
THE STORY OF THEBES..

49
The sun hath twice brought forth his tender
green..

82
The sun, the moon, the stars, the seas, the

hills, and the plains..
The sun (which doth the greatest comfort
bring...

161
THE SWALLOW.

197
THE TABLES TURNED.

330
THE TASK...

286
THE THRISSILL AND THE Rois.
THE TIGER.

302
THE TIMBER.

536

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