The Book of Georgian Verse
Friendship! mysterious cement of the soul! / Sweet’ner of life! and solder of society! / I owe thee much. Thou hast deserv’d from me / Far, far beyond what I can ever pay.
The Grave, ll. 88–91.

The Book of Georgian Verse

Chosen and Edited with Notes by William Stanley Braithwaite

Braithwaite’s magnum opus—and a great landmark in verse anthologies—these three monumental volumes with extensive notes contain 1,796 selections. See also the Books of Elizabethan and Restoration Verse.

Bibliographic Record Preface



Book First
On the Spring by Thomas Gray
Ode: To the Cuckoo by Michael Bruce
Ode to the Gowdspink by Robert Fergusson
The Enthusiast: An Ode by William Whitehead
A Satire by Samuel Johnson
To Mrs. Thrale by Samuel Johnson
An Ode on Miss Harriet Hanbury, Six Years Old by Sir Charles Hanbury Williams
To Charlotte Pulteney by Ambrose Philips
To the Honourable Miss Carteret by Ambrose Philips
To Miss Georgiana Carteret by Ambrose Philips
Ode to Leven Water by Tobias George Smollett
Fati Valet Hora Benigni by Samuel Bishop
Song: ‘Perhaps it is not love, said I’ by William Shenstone
Mira’s Song by Mary Leapor
Patie’s Song by Allan Ramsay
To Her I Love by James Thomson
The Young Laird and Edinburgh Katie by Allan Ramsay
Flavia by William Shenstone
Fair Hebe by John West, Earl De La Warr
The Je Ne Sais Quoi by William Whitehead
To Celia by Henry Fielding
Written Extempore on a Halfpenny by Henry Fielding
O Merry May the Maid Be by Sir John Clerk
The Happy Swain by Ambrose Philips
The Touch Stone by Samuel Bishop
O Memory! Thou Fond Deceiver by Oliver Goldsmith
When Lovely Woman Stoops to Folly by Oliver Goldsmith
Come, Come, My Good Shepherds by David Garrick
Doun the Burn, Davie by Robert Crawford
Song: ‘When Delia on the plain appears’ by George, Lord Lyttelton
Anna Grenville, Countess Temple Appointed Poet Laureate to the King of the Fairies by Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford
If Rightly Tuneful Bards Decide by Mark Akenside
Kate of Aberdeen by John Cunningham
When I upon Thy Bosom Lean by John Lapraik
Tweedside by Robert Crawford
Absence by Richard Jago
Too Plain, Dear Youth, These Tell-tale Eyes by Soame Jenyns
Song: ‘O’er desert plains, and rushy meres’ by William Shenstone
Wooed and Married and a’ by Alexander Ross
For Ever, Fortune, Wilt Thou Prove by James Thomson
The Second Marriage by Samuel Bishop
The Sailor’s Wife by William Julius Mickle
The Complaint by Mark Akenside
Song: ‘Oh! forbear to bid me slight her’ by Aaron Hill
To Fix Her,—’Twere a Task As Vain by Tobias George Smollett
The Ewe-Buchtin’s Bonnie by Lady Grisel Baillie
For Lack of Gold by Adam Austin
Jemmy Dawson by William Shenstone
Song from Aella by Thomas Chatterton
Tweedside by John Hay, Marquess of Tweeddale
Dirge in Cymbeline by William Collins
Eclogue by Thomas Chatterton
Werena My Heart Licht I Wad Dee by Lady Grisel Baillie
Bothwell Bank by John Pinkerton
Leith Races by Robert Fergusson
The Daft Days by Robert Fergusson
Braid Claith by Robert Fergusson
An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog by Oliver Goldsmith
Elegy on Madam Blaize by Oliver Goldsmith
Elegy on the Death of Scots Music by Robert Fergusson
Elegy on Maggie Johnston by Allan Ramsay
The Sitting of the Session by Robert Fergusson
Tullochgorum by John Skinner
Caller Water by Robert Fergusson
An Ode to the Earl of Bath by Sir Charles Hanbury Williams
Epistle to Sir Robert Walpole by Henry Fielding
Another to the Same by Henry Fielding
Ode on the Popular Superstitions of the Highlands of Scotland by William Collins
To the Tron-Kirk Bell by Robert Fergusson
The Passions by William Collins
Prayer for Indifference by Frances Greville
The Progress of Poesy by Thomas Gray
On a Distant Prospect of Eton College by Thomas Gray
The Bard by Thomas Gray
Retaliation by Oliver Goldsmith
Prologue Spoken by Mr. Garrick at the Opening of the Theatre-Royal by Samuel Johnson
Song, in Connection with the Shakespeare Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon by David Garrick
Song to Ælla Lord of the Castle of Bristol in the Days of Yore by Thomas Chatterton
Chorus from Goddwyn by Thomas Chatterton
Rule Britannia by James Thomson
Ballad of Admiral Hosier’s Ghost by Richard Glover
Logie o’ Buchan by George Halket
Johnnie Cope by Adam Skirving
Inscription on a Fountain by Edward Lovibond
To the River Lodon by Thomas Warton
After Seeing the Collection of Pictures at Wilton House by Thomas Warton
Written at an Inn at Henley by William Shenstone
Hymn to Adversity by Thomas Gray
Ode on the Pleasure Arising from Vicissitude by Thomas Gray
An Excelente Balade of Charitie by Thomas Chatterton
Eclogue: A Man, a Woman, Sir Roger by Thomas Chatterton
The Accounte of W. Canynges’ Feast by Thomas Chatterton
A Useful Hint by Aaron Hill
Ode to Simplicity by William Collins
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard by Thomas Gray
Elegy Written in Spring by Michael Bruce
Ode, Written in the Beginning of the Year 1746 by William Collins
On the Death of a Particular Friend by James Thomson
On Parent Knees, a Naked New-born Child by Sir William Jones
The Braes of Yarrow by John Logan
Hardyknute by Elizabeth, Lady Wardlaw
Cumnor Hall by William Julius Mickle
The Braes of Yarrow by William Hamilton of Bangour
William and Margaret by David Mallet
A Retrospect by Aaron Hill
On a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes by Thomas Gray
In a Hermitage by William Whitehead
A Song to David by Christopher Smart
The Deserted Village by Oliver Goldsmith
Bristowe Tragedie by Thomas Chatterton
Eclogue: Robert and Raufe by Thomas Chatterton
On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet by Samuel Johnson
Last Verses by Thomas Chatterton
Epitaph, Intended for Himself by James Beattie
The Grave by Robert Blair
The Complaint of Nature by Michael Bruce
To the Evening Star by Mark Akenside
Ode to Evening by William Collins
An Ode, in Imitation of Alcaeus by Sir William Jones
The World’s Treasures by Edward Moore
Hope by John Langhorne
Book Second
To the Muses by William Blake
Hear the Voice by William Blake
To Spring by William Blake
Song: ‘Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year’ by William Blake
Gloomy Winter’s Now Awa’ by Robert Tannahill
Song: ‘How sweet I roam’d from field to field’ by William Blake
The Echoing Green by William Blake
Eternity by William Blake
To the Butterfly by Samuel Rogers
The Lily and the Rose by William Cowper
My Pretty Rose-tree by William Blake
The Rose by William Cowper
Ah! Sun-flower by William Blake
The Groves of Blarney by Richard Alfred Millikin
Logan Braes by John Mayne
The Rowan Tree by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Burnham-beeches by Henry Luttrell
Reeds of Innocence by William Blake
Infant Joy by William Blake
Infant Sorrow by William Blake
A Cradle Song by William Blake
Cradle Song by Richard Gall
Nurse’s Song by William Blake
The Lamb by William Blake
Laughing Song by William Blake
The School Boy by William Blake
The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake
The Chimney-sweeper by William Blake
The Little Black Boy by William Blake
Holy Thursday by William Blake
A Little Boy Lost by William Blake
The Little Boy Lost by William Blake
The Little Boy Found by William Blake
A Dream by William Blake
Auguries of Innocence by William Blake
Song: ‘They who may tell love’s wistful tale’ by Joanna Baillie
Love’s Secret by William Blake
A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns
O Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair by Robert Burns
My Damon Was the First to Wake by George Crabbe
Dry Be That Tear by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Thou Canst Not Boast by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Saw Ye My Wee Thing? by Hector MacNeil
The Crook and Plaid by Isabel Pagan
Mary Morison by Robert Burns
I Lo’ed Ne’er a Laddie but Ane by Hector MacNeil
O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast by Robert Burns
The Maid That Tends the Goats by William Dudgeon
Of a’ the Airts the Wind Can Blaw by Robert Burns
Lass, Gin Ye Lo’e Me by James Tytler
Oh! Dinna Ask Me Gin I Lo’e Thee by John Dunlop
Bonnie Lesley by Robert Burns
Jessie, the Flower o’ Dunblane by Robert Tannahill
Mailligh Mo Stoir by George Ogle
The Hazelwood Witch by Richard Gall
The Maid of Llanwellyn by Joanna Baillie
The Lass o’ Arranteenie by Robert Tannahill
My Bonnie Mary by Robert Burns
Kate of Garnavilla by Edward Lysaght
The Lass o’ Gowrie by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Loch Erroch Side by James Tytler
By Yon Burn Side by Robert Tannahill
Ca’ the Yowes to the Knowes by Robert Burns
Ca’ the Yowes by Isabel Pagan
The Braes o’ Balquhither by Robert Tannahill
O’er the Muir amang the Heather by Jean Glover
Green Grow the Rashes by Robert Burns
Could I Find a Bonnie Glen by Anne Grant (M’Vicar) of Laggan
Epistle from Lord Boringdon to Lord Granville by George Canning
The Sleeping Beauty by Samuel Rogers
O, Are Ye Sleepin’, Maggie? by Robert Tannahill
Blow High! Blow Low! by Charles Dibdin
The Laird o’ Cockpen by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Come under My Plaidie by Hector MacNeil
Loudoun’s Bonnie Woods and Braes by Robert Tannahill
Duncan Gray by Robert Burns
Saw Ye Johnny Comin’? by Joanna Baillie
Woo’d and Married and a’ by Joanna Baillie
Kind Robin Lo’es Me by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Auld Robin Gray by Lady Anne Lindsay
Roy’s Wife by Mrs. Elizabeth Grant of Carron
John Anderson, My Jo by Robert Burns
The Boatie Rows by John Ewen
The Angel by William Blake
To Mary by William Cowper
To Mary Unwin by William Cowper
A Comparison by William Cowper
Another, To a Young Lady by William Cowper
And Ye Shall Walk in Silk Attire by Susanna Blamire
Song: ‘Had I a heart for falsehood framed’ by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
The Braes o’ Gleniffer by Robert Tannahill
Saw Ye Ne’er a Lanely Lassie? by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Lovely Lass o’ Inverness by Robert Burns
The Banks o’ Doon by Robert Burns
My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair by Mrs. Anne Hunter
Ae Fond Kiss by Robert Burns
Remembrance by Anne Hunter
Highland Mary by Robert Burns
Song: ‘My silks and fine array’ by William Blake
To Mary in Heaven by Robert Burns
Cauld Kail in Aberdeen by Alexander, Duke of Gordon
The Diverting History of John Gilpin by William Cowper
Hallowe’en by John Mayne
Epitaph for the tombstone erected over the Marquis of Anglesea’s leg, lost at Waterloo by George Canning
The Friend of Humanity and the Knife-grinder by George Canning
Banish Sorrow by George Ogle
Willie Brewed a Peck o’ Maut by Robert Burns
Drinking Song by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
A Cogie o’ Yill by Andrew Shirrefs
Tam o’ Shanter by Robert Burns
The Year That’s Awa’ by John Dunlop
Auld Lang Syne by Robert Burns
Ambition by Edward Lysaght
To a Kitten by Joanna Baillie
On a Goldfinch Starved to Death in His Cage by William Cowper
On a Spaniel, Called ‘Beau,’ Killing a Young Bird by William Cowper
Beau’s Reply by William Cowper
The Dog and the Water-Lily by William Cowper
On a Tear by Samuel Rogers
Cavalier’s Song by Robert Graham of Gartmore
The Outlaw’s Song by Joanna Baillie
A Man’s a Man for a’ That by Robert Burns
Caller Herrin’ by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Shepherd by William Blake
The Pleughman by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Blithe Are We Set wi’ Ither by Ebenezer Picken
Song: ‘I love the jocund dance’ by William Blake
A Wish by Samuel Rogers
An Italian Song by Samuel Rogers
The Auld House by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Poplar Field by William Cowper
The Shrubbery by William Cowper
Echo and Silence by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges
The Wood of Craigie Lea by Robert Tannahill
London by William Blake
To a Mouse by Robert Burns
The Worm by Thomas Gisborne
To a Mountain Daisy by Robert Burns
Poverty Parts Gude Companie by Joanna Baillie
Blind-man’s Buff by William Blake
The Cotter’s Saturday Night by Robert Burns
On the Receipt of My Mother’s Picture out of Norfolk by William Cowper
The Nabob by Susanna Blamire
My Spectre by William Blake
Mock on, Mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau by William Blake
The Mental Traveller by William Blake
The Crystal Cabinet by William Blake
Boadicea: an Ode by William Cowper
Symon and Janet by Andrew Scott
Bannockburn by Robert Burns
Wha’ll Be King but Charlie? by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Charlie Is My Darling by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
There’ll Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame by Robert Burns
The White Rose o’ June by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Lewie Gordon by Alexander Geddes
He’s Ower the Hills That I Lo’e Weel by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Flowers of the Forest by Jane Elliott
It Was a for Our Rightfu’ King by Robert Burns
The Deserter’s Meditation by John Philpot Curran
The Bay of Biscay, O! by Andrew Cherry
On the Loss of the Royal George by William Cowper
Verses Supposed to Be Written by Alexander Selkirk During His Solitary Abode on the Island of Juan Fernandez by William Cowper
The Castaway by William Cowper
The Tiger by William Blake
Song: ‘Memory, hither come’ by William Blake
The Garden of Love by William Blake
The Whistling Boy That Holds the Plough by George Crabbe
We’ve Trod the Maze of Error Round by George Crabbe
Written at Ostend by William Lisle Bowles
Give Me a Cottage on Some Cambrian Wild by Henry Kirke White
Life by Anna Letitia Barbauld
Sir Eustace Grey by George Crabbe
Influence of Time on Grief by William Lisle Bowles
Written under the Influence of Delirium by William Cowper
Tom Bowling’s Epitaph by Charles Dibdin
Epitaph on a Hare by William Cowper
November, 1793 by William Lisle Bowles
Bereavement by William Lisle Bowles
The Sick Rose by William Blake
A Retrospect by George Crabbe
To Him Is Reared No Marble Tomb by William Lisle Bowles
Dedication of the Designs to Blair’s ‘Grave’ by William Blake
Tomorrow by John Collins
Night by William Blake
Bonnie Ran the Burnie Doon’ by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
Good Night by Robert Tannahill
Midges Dance aboon the Burn by Robert Tannahill
Fragment of an Ode to the Moon by Henry Kirke White
Before the Sacrament by Reginald Heber
By Cool Siloam’s Shady Rill by Reginald Heber
The Star of Bethlehem by Henry Kirke White
From Greenland’s Icy Mountains by Reginald Heber
Heavenward by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Land o’ the Leal by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne
The Land of Dreams by William Blake
The Divine Image by William Blake
Book Third
Proem by John Keats
Hymn before Sunrise, in the Vale of Chamouni by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Composed upon Westminster Bridge by William Wordsworth
To Jane: the Invitation by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hunting Song by Sir Walter Scott
Written in March by William Wordsworth
To My Sister by William Wordsworth
After Dark Vapours Have Oppressed Our Plains by John Keats
Song to May by Edward Hovell-Thurlow, Lord Thurlow
Fragment of an Ode to Maia by John Keats
The Skylark by James Hogg
To a Skylark by Percy Bysshe Shelley
To a Sky-Lark by William Wordsworth
To a Sky-Lark by William Wordsworth
On a Faded Violet by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hie away, Hie away by Sir Walter Scott
The Beech Tree’s Petition by Thomas Campbell
The Green Linnet by William Wordsworth
To the Cuckoo by William Wordsworth
Fiesolan Idyl by Walter Savage Landor
To the Daisy by William Wordsworth
The Small Celandine by William Wordsworth
Upon a Sweet-Briar by Walter Savage Landor
The Sparrow’s Nest by William Wordsworth
To a Butterfly by William Wordsworth
To a Butterfly by William Wordsworth
O Nightingale, Thou Surely Art’ by William Wordsworth
The Heron by Edward Hovell-Thurlow, Lord Thurlow
On the Grasshopper and Cricket by John Keats
The Sylvan Life by Edward Hovell-Thurlow, Lord Thurlow
Hymn to Pan by John Keats
Hymn of Pan by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Invocation to the Spirit of Achilles by Lord Byron
Echo by Thomas Moore
Ode to Psyche by John Keats
Arethusa by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Sappho to Hesperus by Walter Savage Landor
Love’s Philosophy by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Love’s Young Dream by Thomas Moore
True-Love, an Thou Be True by Sir Walter Scott
The Young May Moon by Thomas Moore
For Music by Lord Byron
She Walks in Beauty by Lord Byron
The Question by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Heart’s Ease by Walter Savage Landor
Time’s Sea Hath Been Five Years at Its Slow Ebb by John Keats
Love by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
With a Guitar—To Jane by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Indian Serenade by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Eileen Aroon by Thomas Furlong
Of Clementina by Walter Savage Landor
To Lady Anne Hamilton by William Robert Spencer
Verses: ‘Why write my name ’midst songs and flowers’ by Francis Jeffrey
Time to Be Wise by Walter Savage Landor
Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye by Thomas Moore
To Ianthe by Walter Savage Landor
Let Love Remain by Walter Savage Landor
Do You Remember Me?’ by Walter Savage Landor
Ianthe! You Are Call’d to Cross the Sea! by Walter Savage Landor
On the Smooth Brow by Walter Savage Landor
The Adieu by William Robert Spencer
The Devon Maid by John Keats
To —— by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms by Thomas Moore
Maid of Athens, Ere We Part by Lord Byron
Kilmeny by James Hogg
She Was a Phantom of Delight’ by William Wordsworth
The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth
To a Highland Girl by William Wordsworth
The Hamadryad by Walter Savage Landor
When the Kye Come Hame by James Hogg
On a Picture of Leander by John Keats
Epipsychidion by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Music, When Soft Voices Die by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Last Sonnet: ‘Bright Star, would I were steadfast as thou art’ by John Keats
Nora’s Vow by Sir Walter Scott
Brignall Banks by Sir Walter Scott
Lord Ullin’s Daughter by Thomas Campbell
Isabella, or The Pot of Basil by John Keats
Jock o’ Hazeldean by Sir Walter Scott
Allen-a-Dale by Sir Walter Scott
County Guy by Sir Walter Scott
By That Lake Whose Gloomy Shore by Thomas Moore
Lochinvar by Sir Walter Scott
The Eve of St. Agnes by John Keats
To a Bride by Walter Savage Landor
The Three Roses by Walter Savage Landor
Harmony in Unlikeness by Charles Lamb
Wife, Children, and Friends by William Robert Spencer
The Babie by Hugh Miller
A Child’s a Plaything for an Hour by Mary Lamb
Little Aglae by Walter Savage Landor
The Children Band by Sir Aubrey de Vere
The Two April Mornings by William Wordsworth
Love, Hope, and Patience in Education by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Child of a Day by Walter Savage Landor
On an Infant Dying As Soon As Born by Charles Lamb
My Love She’s but a Lassie Yet by James Hogg
To a Young Lady by William Wordsworth
A Boy’s Song by James Hogg
Absence by Walter Savage Landor
Why Art Thou Silent? by William Wordsworth
Lucy Ashton’s Song by Sir Walter Scott
Separation by Walter Savage Landor
Rose Aylmer by Walter Savage Landor
Rose Aylmer’s Hair, Given by Her Sister by Walter Savage Landor
In After Time by Walter Savage Landor
Pleasure! Why Thus Desert the Heart by Walter Savage Landor
One Year Ago by Walter Savage Landor
The Appeal by Walter Savage Landor
The Test by Walter Savage Landor
Twenty Years Hence by Walter Savage Landor
Proud Word You Never Spoke by Walter Savage Landor
Well I Remember How You Smiled by Walter Savage Landor
Verse: ‘Past ruin’d Ilion Helen lives’ by Walter Savage Landor
Away My Verse by Walter Savage Landor
With an Album by Walter Savage Landor
Written on the Road between Florence and Pisa by Lord Byron
To ——— by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Clycine’s Song by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Could Love For Ever by Lord Byron
Longing by Lord Byron
Song: ‘A weary lot is thine, fair maid’ by Sir Walter Scott
The Irish Peasant to His Mistress by Thomas Moore
When He Who Adores Thee by Thomas Moore
I Had a Dove by John Keats
We’ll Go No More A-Roving by Lord Byron
When We Two Parted by Lord Byron
Fare Thee Well by Lord Byron
When the Lamp Is Shattered’ by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Rosabelle by Sir Walter Scott
Song of the Indian Maid by John Keats
The Ballad of the Dark Ladié by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Eve of Saint John by Sir Walter Scott
They Say That Hope Is Happiness by Lord Byron
As Hermes Once Took to His Feathers Light by John Keats
To Fanny by John Keats
Christabel by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
La Belle Dame Sans Merci by John Keats
Alonzo the Brave and Fair Imogine by Matthew Gregory Lewis (“Monk Lewis”)
St. Swithin’s Chair by Sir Walter Scott
The Liddel Bower by James Hogg
The Violet by Sir Walter Scott
Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel by Walter Savage Landor
Proud Maisie by Sir Walter Scott
The Maid of Neidpath by Sir Walter Scott
Tis Sair to Dream by Robert Gilfillan
Song: ‘Where shall the lover rest’ by Sir Walter Scott
Alice Brand by Sir Walter Scott
Oh! Snatch’d away in Beauty’s Bloom by Lord Byron
Tis Said That Some Have Died for Love by William Wordsworth
The Maid’s Lament by Walter Savage Landor
The Eve of St. Mark by John Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn by John Keats
On Seeing the Elgin Marbles by John Keats
Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Lord William by Robert Southey
To One Who Has Been Long in City Pent by John Keats
My Heart Leaps up’ by William Wordsworth
Influence of Natural Objects by William Wordsworth
Frost at Midnight by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
To Jane: The Recollection by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Cloud by Percy Bysshe Shelley
This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Michael by William Wordsworth
I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud’ by William Wordsworth
To Solitude by John Keats
The Trosachs by William Wordsworth
Most Sweet It Is with Unuplifted Eyes by William Wordsworth
The Fountain by William Wordsworth
The Wishing-gate by William Wordsworth
The Wishing-gate Destroyed by William Wordsworth
Yarrow Unvisited by William Wordsworth
Yarrow Visited by William Wordsworth
Yarrow Revisited by William Wordsworth
Expostulation and Reply by William Wordsworth
The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey by William Wordsworth
Lines Written in the Album at Elbingerode, in the Hartz Forest by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Corinna to Tanagra, from Athens by Walter Savage Landor
To Homer by John Keats
To Robert Browning by Walter Savage Landor
Shakespeare and Milton by Walter Savage Landor
To Thomas Moore by Lord Byron
The Garden of Boccaccio by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer by John Keats
On Catullus by Walter Savage Landor
Meg Merrilies by John Keats
Robin Hood by John Keats
Bards of Passion and of Mirth by John Keats
Lines on the Mermaid Tavern by John Keats
On the Sea by John Keats
Spanish Point by Sir Aubrey de Vere
Glengariff, I by Sir Aubrey de Vere
Glengariff, II by Sir Aubrey de Vere
Gougane Barra by Sir Aubrey de Vere
The Rock of Cashel by Sir Aubrey de Vere
As Slow Our Ship by Thomas Moore
The Meeting of the Waters by Thomas Moore
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Inchcape Rock by Robert Southey
Clarion by Sir Walter Scott
Pibroch of Donald Dhu by Sir Walter Scott
Bonny Dundee by Sir Walter Scott
Lock the Door, Lariston by James Hogg
Border Ballad by Sir Walter Scott
Hail to the Chief by Sir Walter Scott
Lochiel’s Warning by Thomas Campbell
Ye Mariners of England by Thomas Campbell
The Battle of the Baltic by Thomas Campbell
The Arethusa by Prince Hoare
The Battle of Blenheim by Robert Southey
Hohenlinden by Thomas Campbell
Waterloo by Sir Aubrey de Vere
Song of Saul before His Last Battle by Lord Byron
The Destruction of Sennacherib by Lord Byron
The Minstrel Boy by Thomas Moore
After the Battle by Thomas Moore
The Soldier’s Dream by Thomas Campbell
Soldier, Rest! Thy Warfare o’er by Sir Walter Scott
Sonnet on Chillon by Lord Byron
The Prisoner of Chillon by Lord Byron
France: An Ode by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Regeneration by Walter Savage Landor
The Isles of Greece by Lord Byron
Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte by Lord Byron
On an Antique Gem Bearing the Heads of Pericles and Aspasia by George Croly
When I Have Borne in Memory What Has Tamed by William Wordsworth
It Is Not to Be Thought of That the Flood by William Wordsworth
London, 1802 by William Wordsworth
Written in London, September, 1802 by William Wordsworth
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic by William Wordsworth
To Toussaint L’Ouverture by William Wordsworth
My Soul Is Like an Enchanted Boat by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hellas by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Prometheus by Lord Byron
Rebecca’s Hymn by Sir Walter Scott
The Right Use of Prayer by Sir Aubrey de Vere
A Vision of Repentance by Charles Lamb
At Home in Heaven by James Montgomery
Ode to Duty by William Wordsworth
Character of the Happy Warrior by William Wordsworth
Resolution and Independence by William Wordsworth
Dear Harp of My Country by Thomas Moore
Harp of the North, Farewell! by Sir Walter Scott
On Music by Walter Savage Landor
No, Not More Welcome by Thomas Moore
On Music by Thomas Moore
The Harp That Once through Tara’s Halls by Thomas Moore
Fancy by John Keats
Ode to Tranquillity by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Human Seasons by John Keats
The World Is Too Much with Us; Late and Soon by William Wordsworth
A Poet!—He Hath Put His Heart to School by William Wordsworth
Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, I by William Wordsworth
Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, II by William Wordsworth
Great Spirits Now on Earth Are Sojourning by John Keats
The Sonnet, I by William Wordsworth
The Sonnet, II by William Wordsworth
When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be by John Keats
Laodamia by William Wordsworth
Personal Talk, I by William Wordsworth
Personal Talk, II by William Wordsworth
Personal Talk, III by William Wordsworth
Personal Talk, IV by William Wordsworth
Tis the Last Rose of Summer by Thomas Moore
Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley
To Autumn by John Keats
Autumn by Walter Savage Landor
Ode to Winter by Thomas Campbell
The Holly Tree by Robert Southey
In a Drear-Nighted December by John Keats
Composed upon the Beach near Calais, 1802 by William Wordsworth
The Day Is Gone by John Keats
To Night by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Oh, Come to Me When Daylight Sets by Thomas Moore
Evening by Sir Walter Scott
Song to the Evening Star by Thomas Campbell
To the Evening Star by Thomas Campbell
To the Moon by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Feast of Dian by John Keats
Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats
The Nightingale by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Song: ‘Hear, sweet spirit, hear the spell’ by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Pains of Sleep by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
To Sleep by John Keats
The Light of Other Days by Thomas Moore
At the Mid Hour of Night by Thomas Moore
Ode on Melancholy by John Keats
Stanzas, Written in Dejection, near Naples by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Stanzas—April, 1814 by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Dejection: An Ode by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Time by Sir Walter Scott
Mutability by William Wordsworth
The River of Life by Thomas Campbell
Wasted, Weary, Wherefore Stay by Sir Walter Scott
Cavalier Song by Sir Walter Scott
Stanzas for Music by Lord Byron
Life by Sir Walter Scott
Time, Real and Imaginary by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Stanzas Written in His Library by Robert Southey
My Birthday by Thomas Moore
On This Day I Complete My Thirty-sixth Year by Lord Byron
The Day Returns, My Natal Day by Walter Savage Landor
Epitaph upon the Year 1806 by William Robert Spencer
The Last Man by Thomas Campbell
In My Own Album by Charles Lamb
Cleone to Aspasia by Walter Savage Landor
Youth and Age by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
To Youth by Walter Savage Landor
Twist Ye, Twine Ye! by Sir Walter Scott
After-thought by William Wordsworth
Persistence by Walter Savage Landor
To a Cyclamen by Walter Savage Landor
The World’s Wanderers by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Time Long Past by Percy Bysshe Shelley
A Lament by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Visionary by William Robert Spencer
On Living Too Long by Walter Savage Landor
Plays by Walter Savage Landor
On Lucretia Borgia’s Hair by Walter Savage Landor
Late Leaves by Walter Savage Landor
Dirce by Walter Savage Landor
To My Ninth Decade by Walter Savage Landor
An Aged Man Who Loved to Doze away by Walter Savage Landor
Lately Our Songsters Loiter’d in Green Lanes by Walter Savage Landor
On His Seventy-fifth Birthday by Walter Savage Landor
Death Stands above Me by Walter Savage Landor
Years by Walter Savage Landor
To Age by Walter Savage Landor
Wrinkles by Walter Savage Landor
Mutability by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Grandame by Charles Lamb
The Old Familiar Faces by Charles Lamb
The Butterfly by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Why, Why Repine by Walter Savage Landor
Adonais by Percy Bysshe Shelley
For an Epitaph at Fiesole by Walter Savage Landor
The Opening of the Tomb of Charlemagne by Sir Aubrey de Vere
Surprised by Joy—Impatient As the Wind by William Wordsworth
And Thou Art Dead, As Young and Fair by Lord Byron
Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known’ by William Wordsworth
She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways’ by William Wordsworth
I Travelled among Unknown Men’ by William Wordsworth
Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower’ by William Wordsworth
A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal’ by William Wordsworth
Hester by Charles Lamb
Kathleen O’More by George Nugent Reynolds
Casa’s Dirge by David Macbeth Moir
Barthram’s Dirge by Robert Surtees
Matthew by William Wordsworth
To the Sister of Elia by Walter Savage Landor
The Wake of William Orr by William Drennan
Coronach by Sir Walter Scott
Hymn for the Dead by Sir Walter Scott
The Death of Artemidora by Walter Savage Landor
Bishop Bruno by Robert Southey
Lucy Gray; Or, Solitude by William Wordsworth
We Are Seven by William Wordsworth
Ode on Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood by William Wordsworth
Ode on Indolence by John Keats
To Augusta by Lord Byron
Epistle to Augusta by Lord Byron
The Reverie of Poor Susan by William Wordsworth
The Affliction of Margaret by William Wordsworth
Farewell to Italy by Walter Savage Landor
The Sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill by Sir Walter Scott
Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Lines Written among the Euganean Hills by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Work without Hope by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
If This Great World of Joy and Pain by William Wordsworth
On Fame, I by John Keats
On Fame, II by John Keats
Song: ‘Rarely, rarely, comest thou’ by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Common Lot by James Montgomery