To the Queen
Claribel: a Melody
To----("Clear-headed friend, whose joyful scorn")
Second Song to the Same
Recollections of the Arabian Nights
Ode to Memory
Song ("A spirit haunts the year's last hours")
The Poet's Mind
The Deserted House
The Dying Swan
Love and Death
The Ballad of Oriana
Sonnet to J. M. K.
The Lady of Shalott
Mariana in the South
The Miller's Daughter
To-----("I send you here a sort of allegory")
The Palace of Art
Lady Clara Vere de Vere
The May Queen
New Year's Eve
Dream of Fair Women
The Death of the Old Year
To J. S.
"You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease"
"Of old sat Freedom on the heights"
"Love thou thy land, with love far-brought"
The Gardener's Daughter; or, The Pictures
Walking to the Mail
Edwin Morris; or, The Lake
St. Simeon Stylites
The Talking Oak
Love and Duty
The Golden Year
The Two Voices
The Sleeping Palace
The Sleeping Beauty
Will Waterproofs Lyrical Monologue
To----, after reading a Life and Letters
To E.L., on his Travels in Greece
The Lord of Burleigh
Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere: a Fragment
The Beggar Maid
The Vision of Sin
"Come not, when I am dead"
"Move eastward, happy earth, and leave"
"Break, break, break"
The Poet's Song
The "How" and the "Why"
The Burial of Love
To----("Sainted Juliet! dearest name !")
Song ("I' the glooming light")
Song ("The lintwhite and the throstlecock")
Song ("Every day hath its night")
Nothing will Die
All Things will Die
Hero to Leander
Love, Pride and Forgetfulness
Chorus ("The varied earth, the moving heaven")
The Tears of Heaven
Love and Sorrow
To a Lady Sleeping
Sonnet ("Could I outwear my present state of woe")
Sonnet ("Though Night hath climbed her peak of highest noon")
Sonnet ("Shall the hag Evil die with child of Good")
Sonnet ("The pallid thunderstricken sigh for gain")
English War Song
We are Free
[Greek: oi rheontes]
"Mine be the strength of spirit, full and free"
To--("All good things have not kept aloof)
Sonnet ("Oh, Beauty, passing beauty! sweetest Sweet!")
Song ("The golden apple, the golden apple, the hallowed fruit")
Song ("Who can say")
Sonnet ("Blow ye the trumpet, gather from afar")
To--("As when with downcast eyes we muse and brood")
O Darling Room
To Christopher North
The Skipping Rope
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEMS OF 1842