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young, 521.

short as any,

Dream, a shadowy lie, was thy, 654.

all night without a stir, 575.
as we glide through a quiet, 538.
as youthful poets, 249.
change o'er the spirit of my, 553.
clear, and solemn vision, 215.
consecration and the poet's, 475.
fickle as a changeful, 491.
gone like a beautiful, 587.
her face stirred with her, 558.
hope is but the, 288.
hunt half a day for a forgotten, 472.
I have had a, 58.
is but a shadow, a, 131.
life is but an empty, 612.
love's
not Homer nods but we, 323.
of, a sight to, 499.
of a waking man, 761.
of heaven, she did but, 270.
of home, the, 525.
of love melted away, in a, 677.
of peace, deep, 530.
of things that were, 541.
of those that wake, 288.
old men's, 268.
past the wit of man to say what, 58.

57.
silently as a, 421.
the glory and the, 477.
to sleep perchance to, 135.
when one awaketh, 821.

which was not all a dream, 553.
Dreams and fables of the skies, 342.

and slumbers light, 490.
angels in some brighter, 264.
books are each a world, 477.
full of ghastly, 96.
glimpses of forgotten, 623.
ground not upon, 172.
hence, babbling, 296.
in some brighter, 264.
lies down to pleasant, 572.
like a dog he hunts in, 626.
of avarice, beyond the, 374, 378.
of cutting foreigu throats, 105.
of those who wake, 721.
old men shall dream, 836.
smooth or idle, 255.
such stuff as, are made on, 43.
that wave before the half-shut eye, 357.
their own, deceive 'em, 288.
true I talk of, 105.

what, may come, 135.
Dreamed that life was beauty, 651.
Dreaming ear, voice of 515.

ever of thee I'mn, 586.

past the size of, 159.
Dreamland, adımantine logic of, 603.
Dreamt I dwelt in marble halls, 561.

of in your philosophy, 133.
Drear-nighted December, 576.
Dreary intercourse of daily life, 468.

sea now flows between, 500.
Dregs of fortune's

сир,

311.
of life, from the, 276.
Dress, he plain in, 370.

daring in full, 555.

Dress, fair undress best, 357.

felt through this fleshly, 263.
of thoughts, style is the, 353.

sweet disorder in the, 201.
Dressed in all his trim, 163.
Drest in a little brief authority, 48.

still to be neat still to be, 178.
Drew an angel down, che, 271.
Drift, snow in a dazzling, 648.
Drink and to be merry, 831, 842.

as friends, 72.
as he brews 50 shall he, 177.
cannot make the horse, 14.
deep or taste not, 323.
if he thirst give him, 844.
let us eat and, 833.
mandragora, 157.
meat and, to me, 71, 773.
no longer water, 818.
no more than a sponge, 771.
no sperit, I never, 659.
nor any drop to, 498.
old wine to, 171.
pretty creature drink, 472.
reasons why men, 793.
small beer, felony to, 94.
strong, is raging, 827.
that quenches thirst, 792.
they eat they, 235.
they never taste who always, 287.
't is to thee I would, 553.
to-day drown all sorrow, 184.
to me only with thine eyes, 179.
to the general joy of the table, 122.
to the lass, 442.
what ye shall eat or, 838.
when I have occasion, 790.
why should every creature, but I, 260
wild anarchy of, 180.
with him that wears a hood, 22.
with me and drink as I, 671.
with you eat with you, 61.

ye to her that each loves best, 516.
Drinks and gapes for drink again, 200.
Drinking dancing laughing, 272.

largely sobers us, 323.
not to be blained, 195.

unhappy brains for, 152.
Drip of the suspended oar, 543.
Dripping with coolness, 537.
Drive a coach and six, 855.

four rogues let, 84.
on your own track, 729.

whom the devil doth, 18, 73.
Driveller and a show, 365.
Driveth o'er a soldier's neck, 105.
Driving far off each thing, 245.

of Jehu, like the, 816.
Drizzled blood upon the capitol, 112.
Drooped the willow, where, 596.
Drooping head, repairs his, 248.
Drop a tear and bid adieu, 671.

hinders needle and thread, every, 585
in for an after-loss, 102.
in the well, last, 553.
into thy mother's lap, 240.
manna, you, 66.
of a bucket, 834.

iny,

are, 66.

Drop of allaying Tiber, 103.

Drying up a single tear, 559.
of ink, small, 558.

Du sublime au ridicule, 431.
of manly blood, ruddy, 602.

Ducat, dead for a, 140.
to drink, nor any, 498.

Duck or plover, aimed at, 439.
Drops, dear as the ruddy, 112, 383. Ducks and drakes, 37.
from off the caves, 250.

Due, give the devil his, 83.
his blue-fringed lids, 501.

mora is thy, than more than all, 117.
like kindred, 418.

season, word in, 826.
of rain pierce the marble, 32.

Dues, render to all their, 841.
of water, little, 642.

Duke of Norfolk deals in malt, 563
the light drip, 543.

the, did love me, 180.
what precious, are those, 275.

Dukedom, my library was, 42.
wiped our eyes of, 69.

Dulcimer, damsel with a, 500.
Dropped a tear upon the word, 379. Dull as night, the motions of his spirit

down from the clouds, 86.
from an angel's wing, 181.

beyond all conception, 566.
from the zenith, 225.

cold ear of death, 384.
manna, his tongue, 226.

cold marble, sleep in, 99.
out of the clouds, 196.

ear of a drowsy man, 79.
Droppeth as tho gentle rain, 64.

gentle yet pot, 257.
Dropping buckets into wells, 419.

goodman, Dictynna, 55.
continual, in a rainy day, 829.

naturally, 371.
continual, wears a stone, 706.

Peter was dull very, 566.
eye, an auspicious and a, 127.

product of a scotfer's pen, 479.
Droughte of March, 1.

tame shore, on the, 538.
Drown a fly, 306.

Duller than the fat weed, 131.
all sorrow, 184.

Dulness in others, cause of, 374.
my book, 13.

loves a joke, gentle, 331.
the brim, 73.

Dum vivimus vivamus, 359.
what pain it was to, 96.

Dumb, beggar that is, 25.
Drowned honour, pluck up, 84.

discourse, kind of excellent, 43.
Drowsiness clothe man in rags, 828.

forgetfulness, a prey to, 385.
Drowsy man, dull ear of a, 79.

kings of modern thought are, t65.
syrups of the world, 154.

modest men are, 454.
with the harmony, 55.

the deep are, 25.
Drowsyhed, land of, 357.

the oracles are, 251.
Drudgery at the desk, 509.

Dumb-shows and noise inexplicable, 137.
divine, makes, 204.

Dumps, college joke to cure
Druid lies in yonder grave, 390.

the mind oppress, doletul, 404.
Drum ecclesiastick, 209.

Dumpy woman, I hate a, 556.
spirit-stirring, 151.

Duncan hatb borne his faculties so well
was heard, not a, 563.

118.
Drum-beat, the morning, 533.

hear it not, 119.
Drums and tramplings of three conquests, is in his grave, 121.
219.

Dunce kept at home, 411.
beat the, 281.

sent to roam, 414.
in his ear, 105.

with wits, 331.
like muffled, are beating, 612.

Dundee, single hour of that, 474.
quietly rested under the, 219.

Dundee's wild warbling measure, 447.
Drunk, all learned all, 420.

Dungeon dark, dweller in, H9.
gloriously, 421.

the vapour of a, 154.
hasten to be, 213.

Dunghill, cock on his own, 14.
ink, he hath not, 55.

Dunsinane, come to, 125.
it is our pleasure to be, 362.

remove to, 124.
though he never was, 454.

| Dupe gamester and poet. 388.
Drunkard clasp his teeth, 34.

of the heart, 795.
Drunken sailor on a mast, 97.

Durance vile, in, 450.
Drunkenness identical with ruin, 765. During good behaviour, 855.
Drury lane for you, no, 510.

Dusk faces with turbans, 240.
Drury's, happy boy at, 595.

Dusky hour, midnight brought on the
Dry as summer dust, hearts, 479.

235.
as the remainder biscuit, 68.

race, she shall rear my, 626.
death, I would fain die a, 42.

Dust and heat, not without, 254.
light, 722.

blossom in the, 209.
sun dry wind, 21.

chimney-sweepers come to, 160
tree, done in the, 842.

down to the vile, 488.
Dryden, copious, 329.

down to the, with them, 525.
taught to join the varying verse, 329. dry as summer, 479.

Dust, enemies shall lick the, 821. Dwelt all that's good, 220.
glories in the, shall lay, 337.

among the untrodden ways, 469.
half deity, half, 554.

Dwindle peak and pine, 116.
heap of, alone remains, 335.

Dwindles, man only, 394.
hearts dry as summer's, 479.

Dyer's hand, like the, 163,
hour may lay it in the, 541.

Dying eyes, unto, 630.
is gold, whose, 236.

eyes were closed, 335.
lie still dry, 625.

fall, it had a, 74.
much learned, 419.

farewells to the, 615.
must come to, 160.

I am dying Egypt, 158.
mysteries lie beyond thy, 264.

man to dying men, 670.
of Alexander, trace the noble, 144. to-morrow will be, 202.
of servile opportunity, 483.

when she slept we thought her, 583.
pays us with age and, 26.

with groans of the, 489.
pride that licks the, 328.
provoke the silent, 384.

Eager for the fray, 296.
return to the earth, 832.

heart the kindlier hand, 633.
sleeps in, 851.

Eagle eye and lion heart, 392.
80 nigh is grandeur to our, 600.

tlight, Hies an, 109.
that is a little gilt, 102.

he was lord above, 474.
the knight's bones are, 502.

m a dove-cote, 103.
this earth this grave this, 26.

like a young, 518.
thou art and unto dust shalt thou mewing her mighty youth, 255.
return, 812.

old age of an, 704.
thou art to dust returneth, 612.

so the struck, 539.
to dust ashes to ashes, 851.

stricken with a dart, 696.
with eternity, flattering, 554.

suffers little birds to sing, 104.
write the characters in, 494.

Eagles be gathered together, 841.
write them in the, 314.

dare not perch, 96.
writes in, 170.

good to fight jackdaws, 735.
Dusty and old titles, 199.

having lately bathed, like, 86.
death, the way to, 125.

Eagle's fate and mine are one, 219.
Duties, men who know their, 438. Eagles' wings, fly on, 670.
primal, shine aloft, 481.

Ear, adder that stoppeth her, 821.
property has its, 582, 609.

applying shell to his, 480.
Duty, a divided, 151.

can hear, that no gross, 245.
England expects every man to do his, drums in his, 105.
446.

dull, of a drowsy man, 79.
faithful below he did his, 436.

enchant thine, 161.
found that life was, 651.

falling at intervals upon the, 422.
in that state of life, 850.

flattery ne'er lost on poet's, 487.
I've done my, 362.

flea in mine, 771.
let us dare to do our, 622.

give every man thy, 130.
not a sin this is a, 359.

heard me, when the, 817.
of humanity, general, 775.

hearing of the, 818.
of some right of all, 505.

I was all, 245.
pursues us ever, sense of, 534.

I will enchant thine, 161.
service sweat for, 67.

in at one, 19.
simpleness and, 59.

in many a secret place, 469.
Bubject's, is the king's, 92.

it came o'er my, 74.
such as the subject owes, 73.

it heard, one, 6.
the path of, 628.

jest's prosperity lies in the, 56.
to do my, in that state, 850.

jewel in an Ethiope's, 106.
whispers low, when, 600.

more meant than meets the, 250.
whole, of man, 832.

never did hear that tongue, 23.
Dwarf on a giant's shoulders, 185, 206, not to the sensual, 576.
504.

of a drowsy man, 79.
Dwell below the skies, 302.

of death, dull cold, 384.
in decencies forever, 321.

of Eve, close at the, 234.
in such a temple, 43.

of man hath not seen, 58
like an hermit, 26.

of night, the listening, 640.
together in unity, 824.

piercing the night's dull, 92.
Dweller in yon dungeon dark, 449.

seeing eye and hearing, 827.
Dwellest thou, where, 103.

voice in my dreaming, 515.
Dwelling is light of setting suns, 467. with a flea in his, 184.
Dwelling-place, the desert were my, 547.
Dwells, hereabouts he, 108.

word of promise to our, 126.

wrong sow by the, 19, 785.
where joy forever, 223.

Ears, aged, play truant at his tales, 65.

in our,

Ears, belly has no, 7205, 772.

blast of war blows in our, 91.
hangs from beauty's, 424.
he that hath, to hear, 841.
in my ancient, 106.
lend me your, 113.
look with thine, 118.
music to attending, 106.
nailed by the, 214.
noise of water in mine, 96.
of thesh and blood, 131.
of the groundlings, 137.
polite, inentious hell to, 322.
same sound is in iny, 471.
she gave me, 169.
small pitchers have wide, 17.
sounds of music creep

65.
the woods have, 2, 17.
took captive, whose words all, 74.
two, of corn where one grew, 290.
with ravished, 271.

wolf by the, 705.
Earldom and insignificancy, 353.
Earliest at his grave, 676.
Early and provident fear, 411.

bright transient chaste, 308.
death, to favourites, 546.
nothing is too, for thee, 752.
nothing to him falls, 183.
rising sun, 202.
seen unknown, too, 105.
to bed early to rise, 360.

root and early doom, 589. Earnest, I am in, 605.

stars, 575.
Ear-piercing fife, 154.
Earth a hell, making, 540.

atfords or grows by kind, 22.
a sphere, preserves the, 456.
& stage, 194.
a stepdame, 782.
alive and so bold, O, 566.
all forgot, 522.
all things in beaven and, 31.
all unity on, 124.
all ye know on, 576.
ancients of the, and in the morning of

the times, 627.
bears a plant, while the, 675.
bleeding piece of, 113.
bliss that, affords, 22.
bowels of the, 182.
bowels of the harmleso, 83.
bridal of the, and sky, 204.
changes but thy soul stands sure, 649.
common growth of mother, 468.
daughters of, 308.
dust return to the, 832.
Elysium on, if there be, 527.
exposed he lies on the bare, 271.
eyes of a fool are in the ends of the,

827.
fed by the bounty of, 597.
felt the wound, 239,
first flower of the, 522.
flowers upon the, 832.
fragrant the fertile, 233.
full of woes, 693.

Earth, fuming vanities of, 483.

gave sign of gratulation, 238. giants in the, there were, 812. girdle round about the, 58. give him a little, for charity, 100. give some special good to the, 106 glance from heaven co, 59. glory passed froru the, 477 has no sorrow. 524. hath bubbles, 116. heaven on, 232. heaven tries the, 658. huge fabric rose out of the, 203. inhabitants of the, 116. insensible, and be, 239. is a thief, 109. Jove weighs affairs of, 343. joy of the whole, 820. kindly fruits of the, 850. lards the lean, 81. laughs in flowers, 598. lay her in the, 144. less of, than heaven, 491. lie lightly gentle, 197. lift our low desire from, 549. loveth the shower, 756. making, a hell, 510. man marks the, with ruin, 547. model of the barren, 82. more things in heaven and, 133. my footstool, 316. naught beyond 0, 570. naught so vile that on the, 106. nightly to the listening, 300. none on, above her, 455. of majesty, this seat of Mars, 81. of the, earthy, 846. on the confines of, 674. one beloved face on, 552. one society alone on, 476. overwhelm them, 129. peace good-will on, 841. plants suck in the 200. pleasant country's, 82. poetry of, is never dead, 577. power is passing from the, 477. proudly wears the Parthenon, 598. rejoice, let the, 822. salt of the, ye are the, 838. 80 much of heaven so much of, 472 soaks up the rain, the thirsty, 200. sounds my wisdom. 344. sovereign'st thing on, 83. speak to the, it shall teach thee, 317 spot which men call, 243. sure and firm-set, 118. that bears thee dead, 87. that e'er wore, 182. the revel of the, 544. this blessed plot, this, 81. this goodly frame the, 134. this grave this dust this, 26. this is the last of, 459. this opacus, 237. through, sea and air, 501. tickle the, with a hoe, 597. to earth ashes to ashes, 851. to every man upon this, 593

cares, 249.

Earth to highest skie, 30.

Easy leap, methinks it were an,

84.
to make, happy, 642.

to be true, 671.
truth crushed to, 573.

writing curst hard reading, 443.
unfolds both heaven and, 57.

Easy-chair, Rabelais', 330.
upon the lap of, 386.

Eat and drink as friends, 72.
walk the, unseen, 234.

and drink, bad men live to, 738.
was made so various, 417.

and drink, let us, 833.
was nigher heaven, when, 644.

and eat I swear, 93.
way of all the, 811.

drink and be merry, 831.
when it is sick, 199.

each other, cannibals that, 150
whereon thy teet do tread, 27

I cannot, but little meat, 22.
whose table, 505.

not the heart, 729.
with her thousand voices, 501.

of a king, worm that hath, 111.
with orient pearl sowed the, 234. or drink, what ye shall, 838.
Earth's base built on stubble, 245.

paper, he hath not, 55.
biggest country, GCO.

some have meat and canna, 452.
bitter leaven, 173.

thy cake and have it, 205.
boastful boys, 598.

thy heart, 30.
firmament, stars in, 613.

to live we must, 363.
greatest nation, 660.

with a friend, 4.
noblest thing, 656.

with the devil, 18.
Earthlier happy is the rose, 57.

with you, I will not, 61.
Earthly bliss, the sum of, 238.

your cake and have your cake, 20
dignities, peace above all, 99.

Eaten out of house and home, 89.
godfathers of heaven's lights, 54.

sour grapes, 835.
hope and heavenly hope, 535.

Eating, appetite comes with, 771.
nothing, bounds her, 521.
nothing, could surpass her, 555.

time, worn out with, 276.
paragon, 100.

Eaves, drops from off the, 250).
power show likest God's, 64.

Ebb, ne'er feels retiring, 155.
Earthquake, gloom of, 564.

to humble love, ne'er, 155.
shock the ocean storm, 562.

Ebony, image of God in, 222.
Ease, age of, 396.

Ebrew Jew, I am an, 84.
and alternate labour, 355.

Eccentric and centric, 237.
and speed in doing a thing, 724. Ecclesiastical lyric, 609.
done with so much, 267.

Ecclesiastick drum, 209.
flow with artless, 437.

Echo answers where, 550.
for aye to dwell, at, 623.

applaud thee to the very, 125.
hours of, 155, 190.

caught faintly the sound, 674.
in mine inn, 11, 16.

of the sad steps, 481.
in writing comes from art, 324.

to the sense, sound an, 324.
live at home at, 176.

Echoes dying dying dying, 630.
mob who wrote with, 329.

Fontarabian, 42).
of burdens, 786.

how cruelly sweet are the, 503.
of heart her look conveyed, 444.

of that voice, melodies the, 502.
peace nor, the heart can know, 389. roll from soul to soul, 030.
ran on with greater, 215.

set the wild, flying, (30).
roots itself in, on Lethe wharf, 131. Echoing walks between, 239.
studious of, 671.

Eclipse, built in the, 247.
things which nen confess with, 746. in dim, 225.
vaulted with such, to his seat, 86. first the rest nowhere, 855.
with grace, 357.

total, without all hope of day, 241.
would recant vows made in pain, 231. Eclipsed the gayety of nations, 369.
you write with, H3.

Economy is the fuel of magnificence, C03.
Eased the putting off, 234.
Easier for a camel, Sto.

Ecstasy, cunning in bodiless creation, 141

of love, the very, 133.
to be played on than a pipe, 139.

to lie in restless, 121.
Easily as a king, 110.
Easiness to the next abstinence, 141.

waked to, the living lyre, 384

warm as, 414.
property of, 143.
East, golden window of the, 104.

Eden, one morn a Peri at the gate of,

stood disconsolate, 526.
it is the, and Juliet is the sun, 105.
where the gorgeous, 226.

solitary way through, 240.

this other derni-paradise, 81.
wind never blow, may the, 207.
Easter-day, sun upon an, 256.

Edge, eloy the hungry, of appetite, 81.
Eastern kings, guilt of, 258.

finest, made with blunt whetstone, 32
Easy as lying, 138.

is sharper than the sword, 100.

of appetite, clog the hungry, 81.
if to do were as, as to know, 60.

of battle, the periloue, 224.

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