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Jack and Jill Unknown
39
Robin Redbreast Unknown
45
Riddles Unknown
62
THE ROAD TO SLUMBERLAND
68
Sephestias Lullaby Robert Greene
74
Cradle Song William Blake
81
An Irish Lullaby Alfred Perceval Graves
88
Curtis
94
Little Fred
99
How Doth the Little Busy Bee Isaac Walls
105
Contented John
111
PAGE
115
The Ant and the Cricket
118
The Story of Little SuckAThumb Heinrich Hoffman
124
The Song of the Colorado
135
The Dea Iness of Nature
139
A Court Lady Elizabeth Barrell Browning 3315
149
Nurses Song
151
The Blind
157
The Building of the Nest
163
tarry
165
The Nightingale and the GlowWorm William Cowper
179
The Chambered Nautilus Oliver Wendell llolmes 2013
192
Pierette in Memory
199
Holy Matrimony John Keble 1197
200
A Carol
201
The Land of Hearts Desire Emily II untington Miller I
206
Tryste Noël
209
Truth doth Truth Deserve Philip Sidncy I
212
A Ballad of Orleans
215
The Three Warnings
216
The Indian Buryingground Philip Freneau 3438
218
Jest Fore Christmas
220
PART VII
226
Fancies John Ford 3142
230
Kubla Khan Samuel Taylor Coleridge 3160
237
No Thomas Hood 2048
238
Oh Mother of a Mighty Race William Cullen Bryant 2203
249
The Children
250
The Law of the Yukon
251
A Childs Laughter Algernon Charles Swinburne
254
The Barefoot Boy John Greenleaf Whillier
261
June from The Vision of Sir Laun
265
To a Little Girl Helen Parry Eden
267
To Fancy John Keals 3166
268
To Charlotte Pulteney Ambrose Philips
273
Yarrow Visited
275
The Childs Heritage John G Neihardt
279
The Song of the Shirt
281
The ShadowChild Harriet Monroe
288
The Masters Laurence IIo pe 2947
290
The Dead Faith
292
THEY ARE ALL GONE
293
The Haunted Palace Edgar Allan Poe 3168
295
Were Dead Coventry Palmore
296
A Song of Sherwood
297
The Little Ghost Katherine Tynan
302
For Charlies Sake John Williamson Palmer
310
We Are Seven William Wordsworth
318
June
320
IN THE SHADOW
322
Sonnets from Mimma Bella Eugene LeeHamilton
323
To Mistress Margaret Hussey John Skelton
329
Tam OShanter
332
Harvest
333
Blackmwore Maidens William Barnes
336
What of The Darkness? Richard Le Gallienne 3515
338
Daisy Francis Thompson
343
Ah Be Not False Richard Watson Gilder
349
Todlin Hame Unknown 2009
352
Its Ain Drap o Dew James Ballantine 2992
354
Stanzas for Music George Gordon Byron
355
Growing Gray Austin Dobson
361
Leavetaking William Watson
367
Ode on the Intimations of Immortal
371
Mans Mortality
376
THE WOMAN
377
She Walks in Beauty George Gordon Byron
383
Our Sister Horatio Nelson Powers
389
A Child My Choice Robert Southwell 3747
394
The Shrine Digby Mackworth Dolben
395
Song When daisies pied and violets
401
Tomorrow John Collins
402
Long Time a Child Hartley Coleridge
408
Concord Hymn
411
Human Life Aubrey Thomas de Vere
416
Forty Years
421
LOOKING BACKWARD
434
PAGE
438
Childhood
440
Arethusa Percy Bysshe Shelley 1418
443
Langsyne When Life Was Bonnie Alexander Anderson
447
In the Lilacrain Edith Matilda Thomas 3539
453
The Light of Other Days
454
The Revenge
455
A Hymn to God the Father John Donne 3759
457
Alone by the Hearth
460
The Bucket
466
The Needle
467
Break Break Break
472
Eros Ralph Waldo Emerson
474
To Death
479
Venus Runaway Ben Jonson
481
Melancholy John Fletcher 3349
482
E B
487
Cupid Stung Thomas Moore
488
The Widow Allan Ramsay 2020
489
Love will Find Out the Way lnknown
494
The Surface and the Depths Lewis Morris 400
500
The Rose of Stars George Edward Woodberry
507
The Hound of Heaven Francis Thompson 3 204
516
Edith William Lüery Channing 3217
517
SONGS OF PRAISE
518
CherryRipe
524
Song from The Devils Law Case John Ilebster 3517
528
Song Ask me no more where Jove
530
The Lay of the Levite William Edmonstoune
534
The Fair Thief
536
Robert Burns
540
Rondeau Redoublé
542
Song She is not fair to outward
548
The MinstrelBoy
549
Israfel Edgar Allan Poe 3077
551
Lovely Mary Donnelly William Allingham
554
The South Country
557
Marian George Meredith
562
On a Flyleaf of Burnss Songs Frederic Lawrence Knowles 3590
567
Meet we no Angels Pansie Thomas Ashe
568
Opportunity John James Ingalls 2021
571
Oh Why Should the Spirit of Mor
573
Song This peach is pink with such
574
Softly Woo Away Her Breath Bryan Wlaller Procter 3548
579
Song Oh Love they said is King
580
Wrong not Sweet Empress of
586
To the Virginian Voyage
587
Song O do not wanton with those
592
Meliocrity in Love Rejected Thomas Carew 508
598
To his Coy Mistress Andrew Marvell
607
The Enchantment Thomas Otway
613
Bonnie Wee Thing Robert Burns
622
Take back the Virgin Page Thomas Moore
623
The Fourth of August Laurence Bin yon 2546
625
Faithless Sally Brown
630
Smile and Never Heed Me Charles Swain
631
The Sleep
633
The Pilgrim Fathers
636
Song Youll love me yet and I
637
A Ballad of Heroes
642
A LeaveTaking
645
Pyramus and Thisbe
651
O World be Nobler
652
Some Day of Days
658
dia Soldier Fallen in the Philippines William Vaughn Moody 2210
662
To Arcady
664
At Gibraltar
668
Unity Alfred Noyes
670
Heart of my Heart Unknown
676
MY LADYS LIPS
682
Sleep John Fletcher 3220
683
Í Fear Thy Kisses Gentle Maiden Percy Bysshe Shelley
688
AT HER WINDOW
694
Row Gently Here Thomas Moore
700
On Melancholy John Keats 3349
702
Come into the Garden Maud Alfred Tonyson
708
Serenade Richard Middlcton
714
To Chloris Charles Scdley
720
God Save the King
722
I Asked My Fair One Ilappy Day Samuel Taylor Coleridge
726
Where Be You Going You Devon
732
Wouldnt You Like to Know John Godfrey Saxe
735
The King of Denmarks Ride Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Nor
737
The Odyssey Andrew Lang 3083
740
If James Jeffrey Roche
741
Owre the Moor Amang the HeatherJean Glover
747
Rory OMore or Good Omens Samucl Lover
753
The Ould Plaid Shawl Francis A Fahy
759
By the Statue of King Charles
764
To Chloe Jealous Alalthew Prior
766
Henry
771
O Merry may the Maid be John Clerk
772
The Execution of Montrose William Edmonstounc
774
The LowBacked Car Samuel Lover
778
Lochinvar Walter Scott
786
At the Church Gate William Make peace Thack
792
Morgan
794
A Song of Glenann
797
The Lamentable Ballad of the Bloody
802
THE IRONY OF LOVE
807
The Lovers Resolution George Wither
813
Song Why so pale and wan fond
820
Rivals William Walsh
826
Lovewells Fight
829
Loved You Thomas Moore
832
Shadows Richard Monckton Milnes
838
Englands Dead
839
Flowers I would Bring
844
My Last Duchess Robert Browning
846
The King of Dreams Clinton Scollard 2850
851
Hebe James Russell Lowell
852
Suburb Ilarold Monro
859
Unknown
863
Not Ours the Vows Bernard Barton
865
A Place in Thy Memory Gerald Griffin
872
Youth and Art Robert Browning
880
Windlestraws Edward Dowden
887
Nothing to Wear
891
The Lonely Road Kenneth Rand
893
After Philip Bourke Marston
899
THE PARTED LOVERS
930
Song to a Fair Young Lady Going
934
Song At setting day and rising
940
Lament for Culloden
944
My Bonnie Mary Robert Burns
946
When We Two Parted George Gordon Byron
952
The Sealands Orrick Johns
958
The Flowers Name Robert Browning
964
Time and Grief William Lisle Bowles 3352
966
Divided Jean Ingclow 968
972
The Bourne
974
Kathleen Mavourneen Louisa Macarlney Crawford
979
The Parting Hour Olive Custance
985
Forever and a Day
991
Chanson de Rosemonde
997
PreExistence Paul Hamilton llayne 2854
999
Porphyrias Lover
1003
A Sigh
1011
Shall not Care
1017
A Summer Wooing
1032
A Womans Love
1038
Airly Beacon Charles Kingsley
1040
Agatha Alfred Austin
1047
The Valley of Vain Verses Ilenry lan Dyke 2933
1050
The PassionFlower Margaret Fuller
1054
LOVE AND DEATH
1060
The Churchyard on the Sands Lord de Tabley 1007
1070
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard
1071
The Maiden City
1075
Lucy William Wordsworth
1076
Ye Mariners of England
1077
Oh Snatched away in Beautys
1082
The Three Sisters Arthur Davison Ficke logo
1092
Requiescat Mathew Arnold
1098
Helen Sarah Chauncey Woolsey
1104
The Conqueror Worm
1105
A Tryst Louise Chandler Moulion IIII
1112
Janettes Hair Charles Graham Halpine III2
1118
Heliotrope Harry Thurston Peck II 24
1128
Above Salerno
1130
Patterns Amy Lowell
1136
Dirge
1139
The GoodMorrow John Donne
1142
The Garden of Proserpine
1146
Song For me the jasmine buds
1148
Earl Mertouns Song Robert Browning
1157
LArt Théophile Gautier 3842
1159
The Master
1161
My Own Cáilin Donn George Sigerson
1165
England 1802
1170
I Saw Two Clouds at MorningJohn Gardiner Calkins Brain ard
1196
Providence Reginald Heber 3726
1210
The Wife to Her Husband Unknown
1216
The Changing Road
1217
Dont be Sorrowful Darling Rembrandt Peale I 220
1222
Moggy and Me James Hogg I 227
1228
To Cynthia
1238
Sonnets from Amoretti Edmund Spenser I 232
1252
To Mary Unwin William Cowper I 254
1260
Renouncement Alice Meynell
1263
Love in the Winds Richard Hovey
1269
Sonnets from Sonnets from
1276
Venice
1279
To Night
1282
One Word More Robert Browning
1284
MOTHER NATURE
1293
Conscience Henry David Thoreau 2960
1296
Gods World Edna St Vincent Millay 1302
1303
He Made the Night
1305
Dawnangels A Mary F Robinson
1309
Gloaming Robert Adger Bowen
1315
Rock of Ages Augustus Montague Toplady 3797
1326
The Ballad of Keith of Ravelston Sydney Dobell 2736
1329
THE CHANGING YEAR
1330
The Guardian Angel
1333
Spring from In Memoriam Alired Tennyson
1338
Chorus from Hellas
1339
The Meadows in Spring
1346
England My England
1349
An April Adoration
1355
An Epitaph Intended for llimself James Beallie 3518
1358
Sister Awake
1361
Scythe Song
1371
A Dirge
1380
Jutumn
1381
The Frost
1387
Midwinter
1393
When in the Woods I Wander
1399
The Dance of Death Austin Dobson 3446
1400
The Only
1406
The Birch Trees Petition Thomas Campbell
1410
His Pilgrimage Walter Raleigh 3451
1413
A Harrow Grave in Flanders Robert Ollcy Ashburlon 2326
1415
The Cataract of Lodore Robert Southey
1420
Some Time at Eve Lizzie Clark Hardy 3468
1422
Canadian BoatSong Thomas Moore
1426
Kinchinjunga Cale Young Rice
1435
April Rain Robert Loveman
1442
Salve Thomas Edward Brown 2009
1446
A Garden Andrew Marvell
1448
Night T W Rolleston 3469
1451
Unguarded Ada Foster Murray
1455
Green Things Growing Dinah Maria Mulock Craik 1401
1462
Buttercups Wilfrid Thorley
1468
A Field Flower James Montgomery
1476
Dandelion Annie Rankin Annan
1483
A Song the Grass Sings Charles G Blanden
1488
The MorningGlory Florence Earle Coates
1494
The Seckers John Mascfield 2863
1503
To Blossoms Robert Herrick
1504
On the Grasshopper and Cricket John Keats
1510
POEMS OF HISTORY
1516
To a Butterfly William Wordsworth
1517
The Blackbird Frederick Tennyson
1523
Old Folks at Home Stephen Collins Foster 3223
1527
The OLincon Family Wilson Flagg
1530
The Crow William Canton
1536
The Eagle Alfred Tennyson
1539
O Nightingale Thou Surely Art William Wordsworth
1545
An Epitaph the Admirable
1548
To the Nightingale John Milton
1551
To an Oriole Edgar Fawcelt
1557
The SeaMew Elizabeth Barrett Browning
1563
The Skylark Frederick Tennyson 1507
1572
Itylus Algernon Charles Swinburne
1578
THE
1584
The Destruction of Sennacherib George Gordon Byron 2327
1588
If Love were Jester at the Court
1590
Hastings Mill C Fox Smith
1591
England
1592
In Our Boat Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
1597
The Port o Hearts Desire John S McGrourly
1604
Drifting Thomas Buchanan Read 1009
1612
Bayard Taylor
1615
The Wreck of the Hesperus Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 2401
1616
The Sea Richard llenry Sloddard
1619
Hannah Binding Shoes Lucy Larcom 1024
1625
The Last Buccaneer Thomas Babingion Macaulay
1631
Behold the Deeds
1632
The Old Squire Wilfrid Scauen Blunt
1638
The Churchyard
1640
The Country Faith Norman Gale
1644
PART V
1648
The Midges Dance Aboon the Burn Robert Tannahill
1652
The Quiet Life William Byrd
1654
A Runnable Stag John Davidson
1661
WANDERLUST
1667
An English Mother
1673
The Vagabond Robert Louis Stevenson 1074
1675
Recessional
1679
A Maine Trail Gertrude lluntington
1681
The WanderLovers Richard Ilovey 1086
1688
The Wearin o the Green
1693
The Mendicants Bliss Carman 1602
1696
Song Something calls and whispers Georgiana Goddard King
1703
THE KINDLY MUSE
1709
Advice
1710
The Belle of the Ballroom
1718
Chivalry at a Discount
1724
A Garden Lyric
1732
The Last Leaf
1741
A MIND CONTENT
1745
MY COUNTRY
1746
On an Intaglio Head of Minerva Thomas Bailey Aldrich
1748
Yankee Doodle
1753
The EightDay Clock
1756
To a Pair of Egyptian Slippers Edwin Arnold
1762
Clay
1768
The Ladies of St Jamess
1775
On a
1781
A Ballade of Suicide
1787
Chiffons William Samuel Johnson
1789
The Chaperon Henry Cuyler Bunner
1795
Miss Nancys Gown Zilella Cocke
1802
The Talented Man Winthrop Mackworth Praed
1809
The Nymph Complaining for
1817
Epitaph on a Hare William Cowper
1823
Boadicea
1824
Laddie Katharine Lee Bates
1832
What Mr Robinson Thinks James Russell Lowell
1839
Ireland
1844
A Modest Wit Selleck Osborn
1845
Nongtongpaw Charles Dibdin
1851
Bingen on the Rhine
1855
Villons Straight Tip to all Cross
1857
The Worlds
1860
All Saints
1868
The German Fatherland
1871
Ballade of a Friar
1874
The Ballad of Imitation
1883
Tennyson
1884
Mandalay
1886
Charlie is My Darling
1891
Man and the Ascidian
1895
No Fault in Women
1901
A Reasonable Amiction
1907
The Muses Edith Matilda Thomas 3097
1908
Certain Maxims of Hafiz
1913
The Twa Sisters
1917
Written on a Lookingglass
1919
PAGE
1921
Nonsense Verses Edward Lear 2057
1928
Disaster
1929
The Recognition
1935
The Postergirl
1941
2275
1948
The Modern Hiawatha
1950
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