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Bringing in the Wine Ch'ing P'ing Tiao Im A Jazz Singer She Replied
Moon over Mountain Pass Sadism WHAT IF
اِک صبح گزیدہ کا پیام " Self " "Golden Eyes"
"HOWDY, HONEY, HOWDY!" "In the Early, Pearly Morning": "Less than the Dust"
"Lost Delight" "Love Lightly" "To the Unattainable"
(As sung by Mr. Charles Charrington in the play of The Three Wayfarers) (filtered) (From) The Nowhere Man
(Greek Title) (I have already said) the entire world, like a bowl, (i) the inkman
(Inner Tube) ...And the Old Women Gathered (The Gospel Singers) 0 REMAIN DEAR ONE..
1 Peter 5:8-9 1. Faith 1. Song—Handsome Nell
10. The Ronalds of the Bennals 100. Inscribed on a Work of Hannah More's 101. Song—Composed in Spring
102. To a Mountain Daisy 103. To Ruin 104. The Lament
105. Despondency: An Ode 106. To Gavin Hamilton Esq. Mauchline recommending a Boy 107. Versified Reply to an Invitation
108. Song—Will ye go to the Indies my Mary? 109. My Highland Lassie O 11. Song—Here's to thy health my bonie lass
110. Epistle to a Young Friend 111. Address to Beelzebub 112. A Dream
113. A Dedication to Gavin Hamilton Esq 114. Versified Note to Dr. Mackenzie Mauchline 115. The Farewell to the Brethren of St. James's Lodge Tarbolton
116. On a Scotch Bard gone to the West Indies 117. Song—Farewell to Eliza 118. A Bard's Epitaph
119. Epitaph for Robert Aiken Esq 12. Song—The Lass of Cessnock Banks 120. Epitaph for Gavin Hamilton Esq
121. Epitaph on 'Wee Johnnie' 122. The Lass o' Ballochmyle 123. Lines to an Old Sweetheart
124. Motto prefixed to the Author's first Publication 125. Lines to Mr. John Kennedy 126. Lines written on a Bank-note
127. Stanzas on Naething 128. The Farewell 129. The Calf
13. Song—Bonie Peggy Alison 130. Nature's Law: A Poem 131. Song—Willie Chalmers
132. Reply to a Trimming Epistle received from a Tailor 133. The Brigs of Ayr 134. Fragment of Song—The Night was Still
135. Epigram on Rough Roads 136 Syllables At Rocky Mountain Dharma Center 136. Prayer—O Thou Dread Power
137. Song—Farewell to the Banks of Ayr 138. Address to the Toothache 139. Lines on Meeting with Lord Daer
14. Song—Mary Morison 140. Masonic Song—Ye Sons of Old Killie 141. Tam Samson's Elegy
142. Epistle to Major Logan 143. Fragment on Sensibility 144. A Winter Night
145. Song—Yon Wild Mossy Mountains 146. Address to Edinburgh 147. Address to a Haggis
148. To Miss Logan with Beattie's Poems 149. Mr. William Smellie: A Sketch 1492
15% 15. Winter: A Dirge 150. Song—Rattlin Roarin Willie
151. Song—Bonie Dundee: A Fragment 152. Extempore in the Court of Session 153. Inscription for the Headstone of Fergusson the Poet
154. Lines Inscribed under Fergusson's Portrait 155. Epistle to Mrs. Scott of Wauchope House 156. Verses inscribed under a Noble Earl's Picture
157. Prologue spoken by Mr. Woods at Edinburgh 158. Song—The Bonie Moor-hen 159. Song—My Lord a-Hunting he is gane
16. A Prayer under the Pressure of Violent Anguish 160. Epigram at RoslinInn 161. Epigram Addressed to an Artist
162. The Bookworms 163. On Elphinstone's Translation of Martial's Epigrams 164. Song—A Bottle and Friend
165. Lines Written under the Picture of Miss Burns 166. Epitaph for William Nicol High School Edinburgh 167. Epitaph for Mr. William Michie Schoolmaster
168. Boat Song—Hey Ca' Thro' 169. Address to Wm. Tytler Esq. of Woodhouselee 16-bit Intel 8088 chip
17. Paraphrase of the First Psalm 170. Epigram to Miss Ainslie in Church 171. Burlesque Lament fo Wm. Creech's Absence
172. Note to Mr. Renton of Lamerton 173. Elegy on Stella 174. The Bard at Inverary
175. Epigram to Miss Jean Scott 176. On the Death of John M'Leod Esq 177. Elegy on the Death of Sir James Hunter Blair
1777 178. Impromptu on Carron Iron Works 179. To Miss Ferrier enclosing Elegy on Sir J. H. Blair
18. The First Six Verses of the Ninetieth Psalm versified 180. Written by Somebody on the Window of an Inn at Stirling 181. Reply to the Threat of a Censorious Critic
182. The Libeller's Self-reproof 183. Verses Written with a Pencil at the Inn at Kenmore 184. Song—The Birks of Aberfeldy
185. The Humble Petition of Bruar Water 186. Lines on the Fall of Fyers 1861
187. Epigram on Parting with a kind Host in the Highlands 188. Song—Strathallan's Lament 1887
189. Verses on Castle Gordon 19. A Prayer in the Prospect of Death 190. Song—Lady Onlie Honest Luckie
191. Song—Theniel Menzies' Bonie Mary 1914 I: Peace 1914 II: Safety
1914 III: The Dead 1914 IV: The Dead 1914 V: The Soldier
1915 192. Song—The Bonie Lass of Albany 1926
193. On Scaring some Water-Fowl in Lock Turit 194. Song—Blythe was She 195. Song—A Rose-bud by my Early Walk
1954 196. Epitaph for Mr. W. Cruickshank 197. Song—The Banks of the Devon
198. Song—Braving Angry Winer's Storms 1985 199. Song—My Peggy's Charms
1991-I 1991-II -2
2 Corinthians 9: 6-8 2. Song—O Tibbie I hae seen the day 20. Stanzas on the same Occasion
200. Song—The Young Highland Rover 201. Birthday Ode for 31st December 1787 202. On the Death of Robert Dundas Esq. of Arniston
203. Sylvander to Clarinda 204. Song—Love in the Guise of Friendship 205. Song—Go on Sweet Bird and Soothe my Care
206. Song—Clarina Mistress of my Soul 207. Song—I'm O'er Young to Marry yet 208. Song—To the Weaver's gin ye go
209. Song—M'Pherson's Farewell 21. Fickle Fortune: A Fragment 210. Song—Stay my Charmer
211. Song—My Hoggie 212. Song—Raving Winds Around her Blowing 213. Song—Up in the Morning Early
214. Song—How Long and Dreary is the Night 215. Song—Hey the Dusty Miller 216. Song—Duncan Davison
217. Song—The Lad they ca' Jumpin John 218. Song—Talk of him that's Far Awa 219. Song—To Daunton Me
22. Song—Raging Fortune: A Fragment 220. Song—The Winter it is Past 221. Song—The Bonie Lad that's Far Awa
222. Verses to Clarinda with Drinking Glasses 223. Song—The Chevalier's Lament 224. Epistle to Hugh Parker
225. Song—Of a' the Airts the Wind can Blaw 226. Song—I hae a Wife o' my Ain 227. Verses on Friars' Carse Hermitage (First Version)
228. To Alex. Cunningham Esq. Writer Edinburgh 229. Song—Anna thy Charms 23. I'll go and be a Sodger
230. The Fête Champêtre 231. Epistle to Robert Graham Esq. of Fintry 232. Song—The Day Returns
233. Song—O were I on Parnassus Hill 234. A Mother's Lament for her Son's Death 235. Song—The Fall of the Leaf
236. Song—I Reign in Jeanie's Bosom 237. Song—It is na Jean thy Bonie Face 238. Song—Auld Lang Syne
239. Song—My Bonie Mary 24. Song—No Churchman am I 240. Verses on a Parting Kiss
241. Written in Friars' Carse Hermitage (Second Version) 242. The Poet's Progress 243. Elegy on the Year 1788
244. The Henpecked Husband 245. Versicles on Sign-Posts 246. Song—Robin Shure in Hairst
247. Ode Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Oswald of Auchencruive 248. Pegasus at Wanlockhead 249. Sappho Redivivus: A Fragment
25. My Father was a Farmer: A Ballad 250. Song—She's Fair and Fause 251. Impromptu Lines to Captain Riddell
252. Lines to John M'Murdo of Drumlanrig 253. Rhyming Reply to a Note from Captain Riddell 254. Caledonia: A Ballad
255. Verses to Miss Cruickshank 256. Song—Beware o' Bonie Ann 257. Ode on the Departed Regency Bill
258. Epistle to James Tennant of Glenconner 259. A New Psalm for the Chapel of Kilmarnock 26. John Barleycorn: A Ballad
260. Sketch in Verse inscribed to the Right Hon. C. J. Fox 261. The Wounded Hare 262. Delia: An Ode
263. Song—The Gardener wi' his Paidle 264. Song—On a Bank of Flowers 265. Song—Young Jockie was the Blythest Lad
266. Song—The Banks of Nith 267. Song—Jamie Come Try Me 268. Song—I Love my Love in Secret
269. Song—Sweet Tibbie Dunbar 27. The Death and Dying Words of Poor Mailie 270. Song—The Captain's Lady
271. Song—John Anderson My Jo 272. Song—My Love she's but a Lassie yet 273. Song—Tam Glen
274. Song—Carle an' the King come 275. Song—The Laddie's dear sel' 276. Song—Whistle o'er the lave o't
277. Song—My Eppie Adair 278. On the late Captain Grose's Peregrinations 279. Epigram on Francis Grose the Antiquary
28. Poor Mailie's Elegy 280. The Kirk of Scotland's Alarm: A Ballad 281. Sonnet to R. Graham Esq. on Receiving a Favour
282. Extemporaneous Effusion on being appointed to an Excise Division 283. Song—Willie brew'd a Peck o' Maut 284. Song—Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes (older set)
285. Song—I Gaed a Waefu' Gate Yestreen 286. Song—Highland Harry back again 287. Song—The Battle of Sherramuir
288. Song—The Braes o' Killiecrankie 289. Song—Awa' Whigs Awa' 29. Song—The Rigs o' Barley
290. Song—A Waukrife Minnie 291. Song—The Captive Ribband 292. Song—Farewell to the Highlands
293. The Whistle: A Ballad 294. Song—To Mary in Heaven 295. Epistle to Dr. Blacklock
296. The Five Carlins: An Election Ballad 297. Election Ballad for Westerha' 298. Prologue spoken at the Theatre of Dumfries
299. Sketch—New Year's Day 1790 3. Song—I dream'd I lay 30 Cents Two Transfers Love
30. Song—Composed in August 300. Scots Prologue for Mr. Sutherland 301. Lines to a Gentleman who sent a Newspaper
302. Elegy on Willie Nicol's Mare 303. Song—The Gowden Locks of Anna 304. Song—I Murder hate
305. Song—Gudewife count the lawin 306. Election Ballad at close of Contest for representing the Dumfries Burghs 1790 307. Elegy on Captain Matthew Henderson
308. The Epitaph on Captain Matthew Henderson 309. Verses on Captain Grose 31. Song—My Nanie O!
310. Tam o' Shanter: A Tale 311. On the Birth of a Posthumous Child 312. Elegy on the late Miss Burnet of Monboddo
313. Lament of Mary Queen of Scots 314. Song—There'll never be Peace till Jamie comes hame 315. Song—Out over the Forth
316. Song—The Banks o' Doon (First Version) 317. Song—The Banks o' Doon (Second Version) 318. Song—The Banks o' Doon (Third Version)
319. Lament for James Earl of Glencairn 32. Song—Green Grow the Rashes 320. Lines to Sir John Whitefoord Bart
321. Song—Craigieburn Wood 322. Song—The Bonie Wee Thing 323. Epigram on Miss Davies
324. Song—The Charms of Lovely Davies 325. Song—What can a Young Lassie do wi' an Auld Man? 326. Song—The Posie
327. On Glenriddell's Fox breaking his chain: A Fragment 328. Poem on Pastoral Poetry 329. Verses on the destruction of the Woods near Drumlanrig
33. Song—'Indeed will I' quo' Findlay 330. Song—The Gallant Weaver 331. Epigram at Brownhill Inn
332. Song—You're welcome Willie Stewart 333. Song—Lovely Polly Stewart 334. Song—Fragment—Damon and Sylvia
335. Song—Fragment—Johnie lad Cock up your Beaver 336. Song—My Eppie Macnab 337. Song—Fragment—Altho' he has left me
338. Song—My Tocher's the Jewel 339. Song—O for ane an' twenty Tam 34. Remorse: A Fragment
340. Song—Thou Fair Eliza 341. Song—My Bonie Bell 342. Song—Sweet Afton
343. Address to the shade of Thomson 344. Song—Nithdale's Welcome Hame 345. Song—Frae the friends and land I love
346. Song—Such a parcel of Rogues in a Nation 347. Song—Ye Jacobites by Name 348. Song—I hae been at Crookieden
349. Song—Kenmure's on and awa Willie 35. Epitaph on William Hood Senior 350. Epistle to John Maxwell Esq. of Terraughty
351. Second Epistle to Robert Graham Esq. of Fintry 352. The Song of Death 353. Poem on Sensibility
354. Epigram—The Toad-eater 355. Epigram—Divine Service at Lamington 356. Epigram—The Keekin Glass
357. A Grace before Dinner 358. A Grace after Dinner 359. Song—O May thy Morn
36. Epitaph on James Grieve 360. Song—Ae fond Kiss 361. Song—Behold the Hour the Boat arrive
362. Song—Thou Gloomy December 363. Song—My Native Land sae far awa 364. Song—I do confess thou art sae fair
365. Lines on Fergusson the Poet 366. Song—The weary Pund o' Tow 367. Song—When she cam ben she bobbed
368. Song—Scroggam my dearie 369. Song—My Collier Laddie 37. Epitaph on William Muir
370. Song—Sic a Wife as Willie had 371. Song—Lady Mary Ann 372. Song—Kellyburn Braes
373. Song—The Slave's Lament 374. Song—O can ye Labour Lea? 375. Song—The Deuks dang o'er my Daddie
376. Song—The Deil's awa wi' the Exciseman 377. Song—The Country Lass 378. Song—Bessy and her Spinnin Wheel
379. Song—Fragment—Love for love 38. Epitaph on my Ever Honoured Father 380. Song—Saw ye Bonie Lesley
381. Song—Fragment—No cold approach 382. Song—I'll meet thee on the Lea Rig 383. Song—My Wife's a winsome wee thing
384. Song—Highland Mary 385. Song—Auld Rob Morris 386. The Rights of Women—Spoken by Miss Fontenelle
387. Epigram on Miss Fontenelle 388. Extempore on some commemorations of Thomson 389. Song—Duncan Gray
39. Ballad on the American War 390. Song—A Health to them that's awa 391. A Tippling Ballad—When Princes and Prelates etc
392. Song—Poortith cauld and restless love 393. Epigram on Politics 394. Song—Braw Lads o' Gala Water
395. Sonnet on the Author's Birthday 396. Song—Wandering Willie 397. Song—Wandering Willie (Revised Version)
398. Lord Gregory: A Ballad 399. Song—Open the door to me oh 4. Song—In the Character of a Ruined Farmer
4:02 p.m 40. Reply to an Announcement by J. Rankine 400. Song—Lovely young Jessie
40000 401. Song—Meg o' the Mill 402. Song—Meg o' the Mill (Another Version)
403. The Soldier's Return: A Ballad 404. Epigram—The True Loyal Natives 405. Epigram—Commissary Goldie's Brains
406. Lines Inscribed in a Lady's Pocket Almanack 407. Epigram—Thanks for a National Victory 408. Commemoration of Rodney's Victory
409. Epigram—The Raptures of Folly 41. Epistle to John Rankine 410. Epigram—Kirk and State Excisemen
411. Extempore Reply to an Invitation 412. A Grace after Meat 413. Grace before and after Meat
414. Impromptu on Dumourier's Desertion of the French Republican Army 415. Song—The last time I cam o'er the Moor 416. Song—Logan Braes
417. Song—Blythe hae I been on yon hill 418. Song—O were my love you lilac fair 419. Bonie Jean: A Ballad
42. A Poet's Welcome to his Love-Begotten Daughter 420. Lines of John M'Murdo Esq 421. Epitaph on a Lap-dog
422. Epigrams against the Earl of Galloway 423. Epigram on the Laird of Laggan 424. Song—Phillis the Fair
425. Song—Had I a cave 426. Song—By Allan Stream 427. Song—Whistle and I'll come to you
428. Song—Phillis the Queen o' the fair 429. Song—Come let me take thee to my breast 43. Song—O Leave Novels!
430. Song—Dainty Davie 431. Song—Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn 432. Song—Behold the hour etc. (Second Version)
433. Song—Down the Burn Davie love 434. Song—Thou hast left me ever jamie 435. Song—Where are the Joys I have met
436. Song—Deluded swain the pleasure 437. Song—Thine am I my faithful Fair 438. Impromptu on Mrs. Riddell's Birthday
439. Song—My Spouse Nancy 44. The Mauchline Lady: A Fragment 440. Address spoken by Miss Fontenelle
441. Complimentary Epigram to Mrs. Riddell 442. Remorseful Apology 443. Song—Wilt thou be my Dearie
444. Song—A Fiddler in the North 445. The Minstel at Lincluden 446. A Vision
447. Song—A red red Rose 448. Song—Young Jamie pride of a' the plain 449. Song—The Flowery banks of Cree
45 Mercy Street 45. My Girl she's Airy: A Fragment 450. Monody on a Lady famed for her Caprice
451. Epitaph on the same 452. Epigram pinned to Mrs. Riddell's carriage 453. Epitaph for Mr. Walter Riddell
454. Epistle from Esopus to Maria 455. Epitaph on a noted coxcomb 456. Epitaph on Captain Lascelles
457. Epitaph on Wm. Graham Esq. of Mossknowe 458. Epitaph on John Busby Esq. Tinwald Downs 459. Sonnet on the Death of Robert Riddell
46. The Belles of Mauchline 460. Song—The Lovely Lass o' Inverness 461. Song—Charlie he's my Darling
462. Song—The Bannocks o' Bear Meal 463. Song—The Highland Balou 464. The Highland Widow's Lament
465. Song—It was a' for our rightfu' King 466. Ode for General Washington's Birthday 467. Inscription to Miss Graham of Fintry
468. Song—On the Seas and far away 469. Song—Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes 47. Epitaph on a Noisy Polemic
470. Song—She says she loes me best of a' 471. Epigram on Jessy Staig's recovery 472. To the beautiful Miss Eliza J——n on her principles of Liberty and Eqality
473. On Chloris requesting a sprig of blossom'd thorn 474. On seeing Mrs. Kemble in Yarico 475. Epigram on a Country Laird (Cardoness)
476. Epigram on the same Laird's Country Seat 477. Epigram on Dr. Babington's looks 478. Epigram on a Suicide
479. Epigram on a Swearing Coxcomb 48. Epitaph on a Henpecked Squire 480. Epigram on an Innkeeper ('The Marquis')
481. Epigram on Andrew Turner 482. Song—Pretty Peg my dearie 483. Esteem for Chloris
484. Song—Saw you my dear my Philly 485. Song—How lang and dreary is the night 486. Song—Inconstancy in love
487. The Lover's Morning Salute to his Mistress 488. Song—The Winter of Life 489. Song—Behold my love how green the groves
49. Epigram on the said Occasion 490. Song—The charming month of May 491. Song—Lassie wi' the Lint-white Locks
492. Dialogue Song—Philly and Willy 493. Song—Contented wi' little and cantie wi' mair 494. Song—Farewell thou stream that winding flows
495. Song—Canst thou leave me thus my Katie 496. Song—My Nanie's awa 497. Song—The Tear-drop—'Wae is my heart'
498. Song—For the sake o' Somebody 499. Song—A Man's a Man for a' that 5. Tragic Fragment—All villain as I am
50. Another on the said Occasion 500. Song—Craigieburn Wood (Second Version) 501. The Solemn League and Covenant
502. Lines to John Syme Esq. with a dozen of Porter 503. inscription on Mr. Syme's crystal goblet 504. Apology to Mr. Syme for not dining with him
505. Epitaph for Mr. Gabriel Richardson Brewer 506. Epigram on Mr. James Gracie 507. Song—Bonie Peg-a-Ramsay
508. Inscription at Friars' Carse Hermitage 509. Song—Fragment—There was a Bonie Lass 51. On Tam the Chapman
510. Song—Fragment—Wee Willie Gray 511. Song—O aye my wife she dang me 512. Song—Guid ale keeps the heart aboon
513. Song—Steer her up and haud her gaun 514. Song—The Lass o' Ecclefechan 515. Song—O let me in this ae night
516. Song—I'll aye ca' in by yon town 517. Song—O wat ye wha's in yon town 518. Ballad on Mr. Heron's Election—No. 1
519. Ballad on Mr. Heron's Election—No. 2 52. Epitaph on John Rankine 520. Ballad on Mr. Heron's Election—No. 3
521. Inscription for an Alter of Independence 522. Song—The Cardin o't the Spinning o't 523. Song—The Cooper o' Cuddy
524. Song—The lass that made the bed to me 525. Song—Had I the wyte she bade me 526. Song—The Dumfries Volunteers
527. Song—Address to the Woodlark 528. Song—On Chloris being ill 529. Song—How cruel are the parents
53. Lines on the Author's Death 530. Song—Yonder pomp of costly fashion 531. Song—'Twas na her bonie blue e'e
532. Song—Their groves o' sweet myrtle 533. Song—Forlorn my love no comfort here 534. Song—Fragment—Why tell the lover
535. Song—The Braw Wooer 536. Song—This is no my ain lassie 537. Song—O bonie was yon rosy Brier
538. Song—Now Spring has clad the grove in green 539. Song—O that's the lassie o' my heart 54. Man was made to Mourn: A Dirge
540. Inscription to Chloris 541. Song—Fragment—Leezie Lindsay 542. Song—Fragment—the Wren's Nest
543. Song—News lassies news 544. Song—Crowdie ever mair 545. Song—Mally's meek Mally's sweet
546. Song—Jockie's taen the parting Kiss 547. Verses to Collector Mitchell 548. The Dean of Faculty: A new Ballad
549. Epistle to Colonel de Peyster 55. The Twa Herds; or The Holy Tulyie 550. Song—A Lass wi' a Tocher
551. Ballad on Mr. Heron's Election—No. 4 552. Complimentary versicles to Jessie Lewars 553. Song—O lay thy loof in mine lass
554. Song—A Health to ane I loe dear 555. Song—O wert thou in the cauld blast 556. Inscription to Jessie Lewars
557. Song—Fairest Maid on Devon's Banks 56. Epistle to Davie A Brother Poet 57. Holy Willie's Prayer
58. Epitaph on Holy Willie 59. Death and Dr. Hornbook 6. The Tarbolton Lasses
60. Epistle on J. Lapraik 61. Second Epistle to J. Lapraik 62. Epistle to William Simson
63. One Night as I did Wander 64. Fragment of Song—'My Jean!' 65. Song—Rantin Rovin Robin
66. Elegy on the Death of Robert Ruisseaux 67. Epistle to John Goldie in Kilmarnock 68. The Holy Fair
69. Third Epistle to J. Lapraik 6th April 1651 LAmitie: To Mrs. M. Awbrey 7. Ah woe is me my Mother dear
70. Epistle to the Rev. John M'Math 71. Second Epistle to Davie 72. Song—Young Peggy Blooms
73. Song—Farewell to Ballochmyle 74. Fragment—Her Flwoing Locks 75. Halloween
76. To a Mouse 77. Epitaph on John Dove Innkeeper 78. Epitaph for James Smith
79. Adam Armour's Prayer 8 Count 8 Fragments For Kurt Cobain
8. Song—Montgomerie's Peggy 80. The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata 81. Song—For a' that
82. Song—Kissing my Katie 83. The Cotter's Saturday Night 84. Address to the Deil
86. The Auld Farmer's New-Year-Morning Salutation to his Auld Mare Maggie 87. The Twa Dogs 88. The Author's Earnest Cry and Prayer
89. The Ordination 9. The Ploughman's Life 90 North
90. Epistle to James Smith 91. The Vision 92. Suppressed Stanzas of 'The Vision'
93. The Rantin Dog the Daddie o't 94. Here's his Health in Water 95. Address to the Unco Guid
96. The Inventory 97. To John Kennedy Dumfries House 98. To Mr. M'Adam of Craigen-Gillan
99. To a Louse A was an ant A was an ape
A was an Area Arch A a Pidy A Baby Asleep after Pain
A Baby In The House A Baby Running Barefoot A Babys Death
A Bachelor A BACK-LOG SONG A BALLAD (THESIS FOR A DOCTORS DEGREE)
A Ballad of Burdens A Ballad of Burial A Ballad of Death
A Ballad of Dreamland A Ballad of Ducks A Ballad of Footmen
A Ballad of Hell A Ballad of Jakkko Hill A Ballad of John Nicholson
A Ballad of John Silver A Ballad Of Suicide A Ballad Of The Trees And The Master
A Ballad upon a Wedding A BANJO SONG A Barefoot Boy
A bat flits A bath when youre born A Bay In Anglesey
A Beautiful Young Nymph Going To Bed A bee A Bee his burnished Carriage
A Benediction Of The Air A Better Answer A Better Ressurection
A Better Resurrection A bird came down the walk A Birthday
A Birthday A Birthday Candle A Birthday Poem
A Birthday Present A Birthday Song. To S. G A Black Man Talks of Reaping
A Blackbird Singing A Blackbird Singing A Blessing
A Blockhead A Blue Valentine A Boat beneath a Sunny Sky
A Bonus A Book Full of Pictures A BORDER BALLAD
A Boston Ballad 1854 A Boundless Moment A Boy in Church
A Boy Named Sue A Boy ScoutsPatrol Song A BOY'S SUMMER SONG
A BRIDAL MEASURE A British-Roman Song A Broadway Pageant
A Broken Appointment A Bronze Head A Brook in the City
A BROTHER IN NEED A Brown Girl Dead A BUCOLIC BETWIXT TWO;LACON AND THYRSIS
A Bunch of Roses A Burdock -- clawed my Gown A Bush Christening
A Bush Lawyer A Bushmans Song A Busy Man
A Cabbage Patch A CABIN TALE A Calendar of Sonnets: April
A Calendar of Sonnets: August A Calendar of Sonnets: December A Calendar of Sonnets: February
A Calendar of Sonnets: January A Calendar of Sonnets: July A Calendar of Sonnets: June
A Calendar of Sonnets: March A Calendar of Sonnets: May A Calendar of Sonnets: November
A Calendar of Sonnets: October A Calendar of Sonnets: September A Call
A Call of the Sidhe A CALL TO ARMS A Candle
A CANTICLE TO APOLLO A Canvas For A Crust A Cap of Lead across the sky
A Carafe, that is a Blind Glass A CAREER A Carol
A Carol of Harvest for 1867 A Case Of Murder A Casualty
A Cat A Catalpa Tree On West Twelfth Street A caterpillar
A Caution To Everybody A Celebration A Celebration of Charis: I. His Excuse for Loving
A Celebration of Charis: IV. Her Triumph A Certain Kind of Holy Men A Certain Lady
A Certain Man A Challenge To The Dark A Change of Menu
A Channel Crossing A Channel Passage A Character
A Charm A Charm invests a face A Chaucerian Paraphrase of Horace
A Cherry A Child Asleep A Child in the Garden
A Child of the Snows A Childs Christmas In Wales A Childs Grace
A Childs Laughter A Childs Nightmare A Childs Prayer
A chilly Peace infests the Grass A Chimney A CHOICE
A Choice A Chorus A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol Sung to the King in the Presence at White-Hall A CHRISTMAS FOLKSONG A Christmas Ghost Story
A cicada shell A Cider Song A City Remembered
A Citys Death By Fire A Clasp Of Hands A Clear Midnight
A Cliff Dwelling A Clock stopped A Cloud in Trousers
A Cloud withdrew from the Sky a clowns smirk in the skull of a baboon A Coat
A Cock And Bull Story A Code of Morals A Coffin -- is a small Domain
A Coin A Coloured Print by Shokei A Commonplace Day
A Conceit A Conceited Mistake A Confession To A Friend In Trouble
A CONFIDENCE A Conjuration To Electra A Cooking Egg
A cool fall night A COQUETTE CONQUERED A CORN-SONG
A Counterfeit -- a Plated Person -- A Counting-Out Rhyme A Country Life
A COUNTRY LIFE:TO HIS BROTHER MR THOMAS HERRICK A Cradle Song A Cradle Song
A Crazed Girl A Creature Catechism A Creed
A Cross-Road Epitaph A Crowded Trolley-Car A Cruel Mistress
A Cry A cuckoo sings A Culinary Puzzle
A cup of wine is better than the kingdom of Kawous, A cup of wine is worth a hundred hearts, a hundred A cup of wine is worth the empire of the universe;
A curious Cloud surprised the Sky A Curse Against Elegies A Curse For A Nation
A Curse for Kings A darting fear -- a pomp -- a tear A Daughter of Eve
A Day Dream A Day in Bed A Day in the Open
A Day Like Any Other A Day Off A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!
A Day-Dreams Reflection A Dead Boche A Dead Flower
A Dead Friend A Dead Rose A Death - Scene
A Death blow is a Life blow to Some A Death Song A DEATH SONG
A Death-Bed A Dedication A Dedication. To Charlotte Cushman
A Deed knocks first at Thought A Deep Sworn Vow A Description of a City Shower
A Description of the Morning A Descriptive Poem on the Silvery Tay A Desolation
A Dew sufficed itself -- A Dialog A Dialogue
A Dialogue A Dialogue between Old England and New A Dialogue Between the Resolved Soul And Created Pleasure
A Dialogue Between the Resolved Soul And Created Pleasure A Dialogue Between The Soul And Body A Dialogue Between Thyrsis And Dorinda
A DIALOGUE BETWIXT HIMSELF AND MISTRESS ELIZAWHEELER UNDER THE NAME OF AMARILLIS A Dialogue Of Self And Soul A Dialogue-Anthem
A Diamond on the Hand A Difficult Rhyme A Dimple in the Tomb
A Dirge A Dirge for a Righteous Kitten A Display Of Mackeral
A Disqualified Jockeys Story A Distance From The Sea A Ditty
A Divine Mistress A Dog After Love A Dog Has Died
A Dogs Mistake A Domestic Tragedy A Door
A Door just opened on a street -- A doubt if it be Us A Doubt of Martyrdom
A draught of wine would make a mountain dance, A Dream A Dream
A Dream A Dream A Dream After Reading Dantes Episode Of Paolo And Francesca
A Dream Lies Dead A Dream Man A Dream Of Death
A Dream of the Melbourne Cup A Dream of the Unknown A Dream Of Whitman Paraphrased Recognized And Made More Vivid By Renoir
A Dream Pang A Dream within a Dream A Drink With Something In It
A Drinking Song A drinking song A Drop Fell on the Apple Tree --
A DROWSY DAY A Drunkard cannot meet a Cork A Drunken Mans Praise Of Sobriety
A dull sound varying now and again A Dying Tiger -- moaned for Drink -- A Fable
A face devoid of love or grace A faded Boy -- in sallow Clothes A Faery Song
A Fairly Sad Tale A Fairy Song A Fairy Tale
A Fallen Leaf A Familiar Letter A Family
A Fantasy A Far Cry From Africa A Farewel (To Worldly Joys.)
A Farewel To America to Mrs. S. W A Farewell A Farewell
A Farewell A Farewell A Farewell
A Farewell A Farewell to Agassiz A Farewell to False Love
A Farewell to Secretary Shu-yun at the Hsieh Tiao Villa in Hsuan-Chou A Farewell to the World A Farmhouse on the Wei River
A FARM-HOUSE ON THE WEI RIVER A Farm-Picture A feather from the Whippoorwill
A Fence A Fever A Few Rules for Beginners
A field of cotton A Field of Stubble lying sere A Fine Day
A FINE MADNESS A Fire-Truck A First Confession
A first Mute Coming -- A Fish Answers A Fit of Rhyme against Rhyme
A Fixed Idea A flame is in my blood A Fleeting Passion
A Florida Ghost A FLORIDA NIGHT A Florida Sunday
A Flower Given to My Daughter A Flower will not trouble her it has so small a Foot A Flower-Piece By Fantin
A Following A Fool For Evergreen A Forest Hymn
A Forest Hymn A Forgetful Number A Form Of Women
A FORMER LIFE A Forsaken Garden A Fountain a Bottle a Donkeys Ears and Some Books
A Fragment A Fragment of Seneca Translated A Friends Illness
A FROLIC A full fed Rose on meals of Tint A Funeral Fantasie
A Funeral Poem on the Death of C.E A fuzzy fellow without feet A GAME OF CHESS
A Game of Fives A Garden In Chicago A Garden Written after the Civil Wars
A Gardener-Sage A GENERAL SUMMARY A Gift
A Girdle A Girl A Girl Sang a Song
A Girls Garden A GLEAM OF SUNSHINE A Glimpse
A god in wrath A Golden Day A Golden Day
A GOLDEN DAY A Good Boy A Good Knight In Prison
A Good Play A Goodnight A Grain Of Sand
A Grammarians Funeral A Grave A Gravestone
A great Hope fell A Great Time A Greek Girl
A Green Crabs Shell A GREEN STREAM A Green Stream
A Greeting A Grey Day A Grey Mood
A GRIEF A GRIEVANCE A Hall
A Hand-Mirror A happy lip -- breaks sudden A Happy Man
A Health to Mark Twain A heart which does not contain in itself complete abstinence A Hedge Of Rubber Trees
A heine love song A Hermit Thrush A Hero
A High-Toned Old Christian Woman A Hill A Hillside Thaw
A Historical Breakfast A Hole In The Floor A Holiday
A Home Song A HOPE FOR POETRY: REMEMBERING THE SIXTIES A House upon the Height
A huge frog and I A Humble Heroine A Hundred Collars
A Hymn A Hymn A HYMN
A Hymn for Christmas Day A Hymn In Honour Of Beauty A Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
A HYMN TO BACCHUS A Hymn To Christ At The Authors Last Going Into Germany A Hymn to God the Father
A HYMN TO LOVE A HYMN TO THE GRACES A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa
A Hymn to the Peoples A HYMN TO VENUS AND CUPID A Japanese Wood-Carving
A Jewish Cemetery In Germany A Job for McGuinness A Journey Through The Moonlight
A Joyful Song Of Five A June-Tide Echo A KIND OF DISTRACTION
A Kiss A Knock On The Door A Knock On The Door
a koestler on the human brain A Lady A Lady red -- amid the Hill
A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty A Lake And A Fairy Boat A Lame Beggar
A Lament A Lament A Landscape By Courbet
A lane of Yellow led the eye A Large Number A Last Confession
A Last Counsel A Last Word A Late Walk
A LAZY DAY A Leader A Leaf
A Leaf for Hand in Hand A learned man came to me once A Leave-Taking
A Legend of Service A Lesson In Vengeance A LETTER
A Letter A Letter from Artemesia in the Town to Chloe in the Country A Letter From Li Po
A Letter From the Front A Letter From the Trenches to a School Friend A Letter Home
A Letter is a joy of Earth -- A Letter to a Live Poet A Letter To Doctor Ingelo then With My Lord Whitlock Amba
A Letter to Her Husband A Letter to Lady Margaret Cavendish Holles-Harley when a Child A Letter To My Aunt
A Library Of Skulls A Life A Life
A Life-Lesson A light exists in spring A Light Woman
A Line-Storm Song A list of some observation A list of some observation..
A Litany Of Atlanta A Literature Lesson. Sir Patrick Spens in the Eighteenth Century Manner A Little Bird
A Little Boys Dream A little bread -- a crust -- a crumb A Little Budding Rose
A LITTLE CHRISTMAS BASKET A little Dog that wags his tail A little East of Jordan
A Little Girls Prayer A Little History A little ink more or less!
A Little Litany A little Madness in the Spring A Little Man
A little overflowing word A Little Prayer A little Road -- not made of Man --
A little road not made of man A little Snow was here and there A Little Song
A LITTLE SONNET ABOUT LITTLE THINGS A Little Tooth A little while a little while
A Loafer A London Plane-Tree A London Thoroughfare. 2 A.M
A long -- long Sleep -- A famous -- Sleep -- A long long sleep a famous sleep A LOOK INTO THE GULF
A loss of something ever felt I -- A Lost Angel A LOST DREAM
A LOVE LETTER A Love Song A LOVE SONG
A Love Song from the North A Lover From Palestine A Lover To His Mistress
A Lovers Call XXVII A Lovers Complaint A Lovers Envy
A Lovers Quarrel A Lovers Quarrel A LYRIC
A Lyric Day A Lyric to Mirth A MADRIGAL
A Maidens Secret A Man A Man (In Memory of H. of M.)
A Man And A Maid A man feared that he might find an assassin A Man In His Life
A Man may make a Remark -- A man said to the universe: A man saw a ball of gold in the sky
A man toiled on a burning road A man went before a strange God a man who had fallen among thieves
A Man Young And Old: I. First Love A Man Young And Old: II. Human Dignity A Man Young And Old: III. The Mermaid
A Man Young And Old: IV. The Death Of The Hare A Man Young And Old: IX. The Secrets Of The Old A Man Young And Old: V. The Empty Cup
A Man Young And Old: VI. His Memories A Man Young And Old: VII. The Friends Of His Youth A Man Young And Old: VIII. Summer And Spring
A Man Young And Old: X. His Wildness A Man Young And Old: XI. From Oedipus At Colonus A Mans Requirements
A Map Of Love A March Day in London A March in the Ranks Hard-prest
A March Snow A Marching Song A Marine Etching
A Marriage A Martian Sends A Postcard Home A Match
A Maypole A MEAN IN OUR MEANS A Mediocre Man
A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS A Meditation In Time Of War A Meeting
A Meeting With Despair A MEETING WITH THE PRINCESS A Melancholy Song
A Memory A Memory A Memory
A Memory A MEMORY AT SIXTY A Memory of June
A Memory of the Players in a Mirror at Midnight A Memory Of Youth A MESSAGE FROM MY LODGE AT WANGCHUAN TO PEI DI
A Message to America A Message to Commissioner Li At Zizhou A mid-day plunge
A Midnight Meditation A Mien to move a Queen A Mile With Me
A Million Young Workmen 1915 A Mine there is no Man would own A Minor Bird
A Minor Poet A Minor Poet A Minute
A Miracle For Breakfast A MISSAL LIKE A BONE A MISTY DAY
A MOMENT TOO LATE! A Moments Indulgence A monk sips morning tea
A Moth the hue of this A Mothers Dream A Motor Courtship
A Mountain Revelry A Mountain Station A mouthful of old wine is of more worth than a new
A Murmur in the Trees -- to note A MUSICAL A Musical Instrument
A Musicians Wife A Mysterious Naked Man A Mystic As Soldier
A Myth A narrow fellow in the grass A Nativity
A Nativity A nearness to Tremendousness -- A Necklace
A Needle And Thread A Negro Love Song A NEGRO LOVE SONG
A Nervous Governor-General A Net to Snare the Moonlight A New Being
A New Friend A New Hymn A New Poet
A New Song A New Theme A New World
A New Years Gift A NEW YEARS GIFTSENT TO SIR SIMEON STEWARD A NEW YEARS GIFTSENT TO SIR SIMEON STEWARD
A New Years Message To Joseph Mazzini A New Years Resolution to Leave Dundee A newspaper is a collection of half-injustices
A Night -- there lay the Days between A nightingale, inebriate (with love of the rose), within A Night-Piece By Millet
A Night-Rain in Summer A Ninth Birthday A Nocturnal Reverie
A Noiseless Patient Spider A Noiseless Patient Spider A Noon Interval
A Noon Song A Note Left In Jimmy Leonards Shack A Note On Wyatt
A November Night A Nursery Darling A Pact
A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring A PARABLE
A Paralell Between Bowling And Preferment A PARANAETICALL OR ADVISIVE VERSETO HIS FRIEND MR JOHN WICKS A paraphrase
A Parody on 'A Psalm of Life' A Part of an Ode A Parting Guest
A Passer-by A Passing Bell A Passing Glimpse
A Passing Hail A Pastiche For Eve A Pastoral
A Pastoral Dialogue A Pastoral Dialogue A Pastoral Dialogue (Melibæus Alcippe Asteria Licida Alcimedon and Amira. )
A Pastoral Dialogue Between Two Shepherdesses A PASTORAL SUNG TO THE KING A PASTORAL UPON THE BIRTH OF PRINCE CHARLES:PRESENTED TO THE KING AND SET BY MR NIC. LANIERE
A Patch of Old Snow A Paumanok Picture A Pause
A Peasant A Peck of Gold A Peculiar Ideal
A Performance At Hog Theater A Performance Of Henry V At Stratford-Upon-Avon A Petition
A Pict Song A Piece Of The Storm A Pig
A Pigs-Eye View Of Literature A Pinch of Salt A Pindaric Ode
A Pit -- but Heaven over it -- A piteous plaint A Pity We Were Such A Good Invention
A Plain Life A Plain Song For Comadre A PLAN THE MUSES ENTERTAINED
A PLANTATION MELODY A PLANTATION PORTRAIT A Planted Life -- diversified
A PLEA A Plea A Plum Pudding
A Poem A Poem A Poem About George Doty In The Death House
A Poem For Myself A poem for the Diamond Jubilee A Poem For the End of the Century
A Poem for Will Baking A POEM FOR YOU A poem on divine revelation
A poem on the rising glory of America A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton A Poem Upon The Death Of O.C
A Poet at Twenty A Poet To His Beloved A Poetry Reading At West Point
A Poets Death is His Life IV A Poets Voice XV A Poets Wooing
A Poison Tree A Polar Explorer A poor -- torn heart -- a tattered heart
A Poplar and the Moon A Portrait A Portrait in Georgia
A Postcard From The Volcano A Pot Of Tea A potter at his work I chanced to see,
A Prayer A Prayer A PRAYER
A Prayer A Prayer A Prayer
A Prayer for a Mothers Birthday A Prayer For My Daughter A Prayer For My Son
A Prayer For Old Age A Prayer in Darkness A Prayer in Spring
A Prayer On Going Into My House A Prayer to All the Dead among Mine Own People A prayer to the Wind
A precious -- mouldering pleasure -- tis A Precise Woman A PREFERENCE
A Pretty Woman A Prison gets to be a friend -- A Prisoner in a Dungeon Deep
A Private A Problem A Process In The Weather Of The Heart
A Prodigal A Promise to California A prompt -- executive Bird is the Jay --
A proper trewe idyll of camelot A Proud Lady A Psalm of Life
A Purse-String A Question A Question
A Quick One Before I Go A Rabbit As King Of The Ghosts A Radio With Guts
A Rajput Love Song A Ramble in St. Jamess Park A Rat surrendered here
a reader's de profundis A Real Motorcycle A Reasonable Affliction
A Rebus By I. B A Recantation A Red Flower
A Red Red Rose A Red Wheelbarrow A Refusal To Mourn The Death By Fire Of A Child In London
A Reminiscence A Reminiscence A Request
A REQUEST TO THE GRACES A Requisition to the Queen A Retird Friendship
A Retrospect Of Humidity A Return A Revocation
A rhine-land drinking song A Rhyme About an Electrical Advertising Sign A Rhyme of Deaths Inn
A Riddle Song A Riddle: On A Kiss A Ring Presented to Julia
A Ripple Song A Ritual To Read To Each Other A ROADWAY
A Rolling Stone A Rondeau of College Rhymes A Route of Evanescence
A Route of Evanescence A Roxbury Garden A Runnable Stag
A Rusty Nail A Sad Child A Sad State Of Freedom
A SAILOR'S SONG A Sane Revolution A Satirical Elegy
A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late Famous General A Satisfactory Reform A Satyre Against Mankind
A Satyre on Charles II A Saucer holds a Cup A School Song
A science -- so the Savants say A Scotchman Whose Name Was Isbister A Scrap of Paper
A Sea Child A Sea Dirge A Sea-Shore Grave. To M. J. L
A Sea-Side Walk A Secret told A Seed
A Sense of Humor A sepal petal and a thorn A Serenade
A Serenade At The Villa A Servant to Servants A Shade upon the mind there passes
A shady friend -- for Torrid days A shady friend for torrid days A Shaikh beheld a harlot, and quoth he,
A Sheikh said to a prostitute: You are in wine A Shell A Ship's Nail
A Shropshire Lad A Sick Child A Sickness of this World it most occasions
A Sieve A Sight in Camp A Sign-Seeker
A Silence A Silly Poem A Simile
A SIMPLE POEM A Sincere Man Am I A Singer
A Singer of the Bush A Singing Lesson A single Clover Plank
A single Screw of Flesh A slant of sun on dull brown walls A slash of Blue
A slave in dire revolt am I: where is Thy will? Black A Sleepless Night A Sloop of Amber slips away
A Smugglers Song A Snifter A snowy morning
A soft Sea washed around the House A Soldier A Soldiers Reprieve
A solemn thing -- it was -- I said A Solemn thing within the Soul A something in a summers Day
A Song A Song A Song
A Song A Song A Song
A SONG A SONG A SONG
A Song A Song at Cock-Crow A Song at Shannons
A Song at Weicheng A Song before Sailing A Song For Kilts
A Song for Muriel A Song From The Italian A Song From The Player Queen
A Song In Storm A SONG OF A GIRL FROM LOYANG A Song Of A Young Lady To Her Ancient Lover
A Song of an Autumn Night A Song of Autumn A Song of Brave Men
A Song of Defeat A Song Of Despair A Song of Enchantment
A Song Of Eternity In Time A Song of Kabir A Song Of Life
A SONG OF PEACH-BLOSSOM RIVER A Song of Peach-Blossom River A Song of Pitcairns Island
A Song Of Sixty-Five A Song Of Success A Song Of Suicide
A Song of the English A Song Of The Future A Song of the Pen
A Song of the Republic A Song of the Road A Song Of The Sandbags
A Song of the White Men A Song of Travel A Song Of Winter Weather
A Song On A Sigh A Song On The Baths A Song To David
A Song to David (excerpt) A Song: When June is Past the Fading Rose A Sonnet
A Sort Of A Song A Sourdough Story A South Wind -- has a pathos
A Sparrow took a Slice of Twig A Spell before Winter A Sphinx
A Spider sewed at Night A Spirit Passed Before Me A spirit sped
A SPIRITUAL A Spiritual Woman A Spot
A SPRING A Spring Piece Left In The Middle A spring poem from bion
A SPRING WOOING A St. Helena Lullaby A St. Valentine's Day Tragedy
A stagnant pleasure like a Pool A Star A Star Deep In the Mind
A Star in a Stoneboat A STARRY NIGHT A Statesmans Holiday
A Stick Of Incense A still -- Volcano -- Life -- A Stone I died
A Stone Is Nobodys A Story A Story For Rose On The Midnight Flight To Boston
A Strange Gentlewoman Passing By His Window A Strange Old Woman A Strange Wild Song
A Study A Study (A Soul) A Study In Feeling
A Study Of Reading Habits A Subaltern A Subalterns Love Song
A Suggestion A Summary History of Lord Clive A Summer Afternoon
A Summer Day A Summer Evening Churchyard Lechlade Gloucestershire A Summer Night
A SUMMER NIGHT A SUMMER PASTORAL A SUMMER'S NIGHT
A Sunbeam A Sunrise Song A Sunset
A Sunset of the City A Sunshiny Shower A Supermarket in California
A Superscription On Sir Philip Sidneys Arcadia Sent For A Token A Supplement of an Imperfect Copy of Verses of Mr. William A Supplication
A Sure Test A Swarm Of Gnats A Sweltering Day In Australia
A Swimmers Dream A SYMBOL A Tale
A Tale of Christmas Eve A Tale of Elsinore A Tale of Starvation
A Tale of the Miser and the Poet A Tale of the Sea A Tale Of The Thirteenth Floor
A Tale of Two Cities A Tall Man A Task
A Teamsters Farewell A Terre A THANKSGIVING POEM
A Thanksgiving to God for His House A Theory Of Prosody A Thing of Beauty (Endymion)
A Thorn A Thought A Thought
A Thought A Thought For A Lonely Death-Bed A Thought From Propertius
A Thought of the Nile A Thought or Two on Reading Pomfrets A thought went up my mind to-day
A Thought went up my mind today -- A Three-Part Song A throe upon the features
A Thunderstorm In Town A Time to Talk A Toad can die of Light --
A Toast to the Men A Toccata Of Galuppis A Token
A Tongue -- to tell Him I am true! A Tooth upon Our Peace a total stranger one black day
A Tragedy A train went through a burial gate A Translation
A Translation Of The Nightingale Out Of Strada A transport one cannot contain A Tree Song
A Tree Telling of Orpheus A Tribute to Dr. Murison A Tribute to Henry M. Stanley
A Tribute to Mr J. Graham Henderson The Worlds Fair Judge A Tribute to Mr Murphy and the Blue Ribbon Army A Trinity
A Triolet A True Maid A True Story
A trusting little leaf of green A Truthful Song A Tulip Garden
A Twinkle in Her Eyes A Valediction Forbidding Mourning A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
A Valediction: Of Weeping A Valentine A Valentine
A Valentine A Valentine For Hands A Valentines Song
A Vast Confusion A Versemans Apology A Very Short Song
A View of the Han River A Villanelle A Vindication
A Virginal A Vision A Vision of Beauty
A Vision upon the Fairy Queen A Visit A Visit To The Asylum
A Visitor in Marl A Voice From The Dungeon A Voice from the Town
A voice singing lullaby A VOW TO VENUS A Waif
A Walgett Episode A Walk A Wall Flower
A Walnut A Waltz-Quadrille A Wanderer
A Wanderers Song A WARM DAY IN WINTER A Warning To My Readers
A Wasted Illness A Watch In The Night A Watch Sent Home To Mrs. Eliz: King Wrapt In Theis Verses
A Watch-String A Way to Love God A Week Later
A Week Of Birthdays A Weight with Needles on the pounds A Welcome
A Well A Well-Worn Story A Welsh Testament
A Western Ballad A Whispered Tale A Wicker Basket
A widow bird sate mourning for her Love A Wife -- at daybreak I shall be A Wife In London
A wild Blue sky abreast of Winds A Wind that rose A winged spark doth soar about --
A Winter Dawn A Winter Day A Winter Daybreak Above Vence
A Winter Eden A Winter Ride A WINTER'S DAY
A Winters Tale A Wish A Woman Homer Sung
A Woman in the Garden of Light A Woman Unconscious A Woman Waits for Me
A Woman Waking A Womans Honour A Womans Last Word
A Womans Love A Womans Reason A Womans Shortcomings
A Woman's Voice A Word dropped careless on a Page A Word for the Hour
A word is dead A Word made Flesh is seldom A Word to Husbands
A Word To The Calvinists A Word To The Elect A Work Of Artifice
A Working Party A World made penniless by that departure A World Without Objects is a Sensible Emptiness
A worldly love knows not how to produce reflection A Wounded Deer -- leaps highest A Wreath
A Wreath To The Fish A yacht from its harbour ropes pulled free A Year Ago
A Years Burden -- 1870 A Years Carols A Years Spinning
A Young Child And His Pregnant Mother A young heart with an old soul A youth in apparel that glittered
A Youth Mowing A. E. F A.D. Blood
Aaron Aaron Hatfield Aaron Stark
Abandoned Dog Abbey Assaroe Abc
Abe no Nakamaro Abel Melveny Abide and Abide and Better Abide
Aboard at a Ship's Helm Abou Ben Adhem About Du Fu
About My Poetry About The Bush About the Little Girl that Beat Her Sister
About The Sheltered Garden Ground About Tu Fu Above Eurunderee
Above Oblivions Tide there is a Pier Above the Battles Front Abraham
Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight Abraham to kill him -- Absalom And Achitophel
Absence Absence ABSENCE
Absence Absence Absence
Absence Absence Absence disembodies -- so does Death
Absences Absent of Thee I Languish Still Absent Place -- an April Day --
absinthe and stained glass Absolution Abt Vogler
Abu midjan Abuse of the Gospel ABUSES AND AWARDS
Acceptance Accepted Accidents
Accomplished Facts According To The Formulas Of Ancient Grecosyrian Magi Accordion
Account Account of a Visit From ST. Nicholas Account Of A Visit From St. Nicholas
ACCOUNTABILITY Accountability Ace Shaw
Acid Acknowledgment Acon
Acon and Rhodope Acquainted With the Night Across Kansas
Across The Red Sky Across the Sea Along the Shore Acrostic
Act of Union Ad Finum Ad Magistrum Ludi
Ad Martialem Ad Nepotem Ad Olum
Ad Piscatorem Ad Quintilianum Ad Se Ipsum
Adam Adam Cast Forth Adam Posd
Adam Posed Adam Weirauch Adams Complaint
Adams Curse Addition Addition …
Additions Addressed To Haydon Adela
Adelaide Crapsey Adelgitha Adequacy
Adieu Adieu! My Native Land Adieu to a Soldier Adieu to Belshanny
Adivinanza De La Guitarra Adlestrop ADMONITION
Admonitions To A Special Person Admonitions to a Special Person Adolescence
Adolescence Adolescence Adolescence II
Adonais Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats Adonis
Adoption Adoration Adrift! A little boat adrift!
Advance is Lifes condition Advantage Adveniat Regnum Tuum
Advent Adventure Adventure
adventure Adventures Of Isabel Adventures of King Robert the Bruce
Advertisement For The Waldorf-Astoria ADVICE Advice
Advice to a Prophet advice to a young sylv-i-an dragon on going to school Advice To An Old Man of Sixty Three About To Marry a Girle of Sixteen
Advice to the Grub Street Verse-writers Ae Fond Kiss And Then We Sever Aemilianus Monae Alexandrian 628 - 655 A.D
Aeolian Harp Æstivation Affection
Affinity Affirmation Affliction
Affliction (II) Affliction (III) Affliction (IV)
Afflictions Sanctified by the Word Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? Africa
AFRICAN WRITINGS Afridi Love After a hundred years
After a Tempest AFTER A VISIT After All
After all Birds have been investigated and laid aside -- After an Epigram of Clement Marot After Apple-Picking
After Auschwitz After great pain a formal feeling comes After Hearing a Waltz by Bartok
After Long Busyness After Long Drought After Long Silence
After Love After Making Love We Hear Footsteps AFTER MANY DAYS
After Many Days After Parting After Prayers Lie Cold
After Reading Antony And Cleopatra After Schiller After Spanish Proverb
After St. Augustine After Sunset After the Battle
AFTER THE COUP D'ÊTAT After the Earthquake After the Engagement
After The Last Dynasty after the parties AFTER THE QUARREL
After the Sea-Ship After The Storm After the Sun comes out
After the Winter After Us AFTER WHILE
After Years After Yesterday Afterlife Light
Aftermath Aftermath Aftermath
Aftermath Afternoon AFTERNOON IN FEBRUARY
Afternoon On A Hill Afternoon Poem Afternoon Rain in State Street
AFTER-SENSATIONS After-Thought Afterthoughts
Afterwards Afterwards Again
Again -- his voice is at the door -- Again and Again and Again Again And Again However We Know The Landscape Of Love
Again to tavern haunts do we repair, Against death's arrows what are buckles worth? Against Evil Company
Against Idleness and Mischief Against Love Against Lying
Against my lusts I ever war, in vain, Against Quarreling and Fighting Against Scoffing and Calling Names
against the ladling of doom Against Unworthy Praise Against Winter
Against Writing about Children agapanthus - african lily Agatha
Age Age and Youth Ageing Schoolmaster
age-old debate Ages and Ages Returning at Intervals Agincourt
Agnostic Agnostic Apology Agoraphobia
Ah Are You Digging On My Grave? Ah Moon -- and Star! Ah Necromancy Sweet!
Ah Poverties Wincings and Sulky Retreats Ah Teneriffe! Ah! by these heavens, that ever circling run,
Ah! seasoned wine oft falls to rawest fools, Ah! Sun-Flower Ah! thou hast snared this head, though white as snow,
Ah! wealth takes wings, and leaves our hands all bare, Ah! wheel of heaven to tyranny inclined, Ah! wine lends wings to many a weary wight,
Ah! would there were a place of rest from pain, Ah! Yet Consider it Again! Ah, potter, stay thine hand' with ruthless art
Ai Ailsie My Bairn AIMLESS
Ainsi Va le Monde Air Air And Angels
Air has no Residence no Neighbor Air Of Diabellis Airly Beacon
Aisling Aix In Provence Al Aaraaf
Al Claro De Luna (In The Light Of The Moon) Alabama Landscape Alabama Song
Alabaster Aladdin and the Jinn Alan Dugan Telling Me I Have A Problem With Time
Alarm Clocks Alas for that cold heart, which never glows Alas Madam for Stealing of a Kiss
Alas! my heart has not been able to find any remedy Alas! my wasted life has gone to wrack! Alas! the days of the crimson phlox
Alas! the period of adolescence reaches home. The Alas! when the lead of illness flowed Alastor: or the Spirit of Solitude
Alba Albert and His Savings Albert and the Eadsman
Albert and the Lion Albert Down Under Albert Einstein To Archibald Macleish
Albert Schirding Alberts Return Album
Album Alcidor Alciphron and Leucippe
Ale Alexander Alexander And Zenobia
Alexander By Thebes ALEXANDER CRUMMELL—DEAD Alexander Throckmorton
Alexander VI Dines with the Cardinal of Capua Alexanders Feast; Or The Power Of Music Alexandre Dumas And His Son
Alexandreis Alexandrian Kings Alfonso Churchill
Alfonso Dressing to Wait at Table Alfred Lord Tennyson Alfred Lord Tennyson - The Coming Of Arthur
Alfred Moir Algernon Alias Bill
ALICE Alien Aliter
Alive Together Alix All All And All The Dry Worlds Lever
All Alone All because i loved you All but Death can be Adjusted --
All Circumstances are the Frame All Day I Hear the Noise of Waters All Day Long
All Distance All for Love All forgot for recollecting
All Hallows All human things are subject to decay All I Gotta Do
All I may if small All In a Family Way All in green went my love riding
All in June All In The Golden Afternoon All is Truth
All Is Vanity Saith the Preacher All Is Well All Lovely Things
All men for Honor hardest work All mortal ken is bounded by the veil, All my being is attracted by the sight of beautiful,
All My Life All my life long from drink I have not ceased, All My Past Life..
All My Pretty Ones All Night All Night All Night
All night in deep bewilderment I fret, All overgrown by cunning moss All Roads That Lead To God Are Good
All Souls Night All that I do All That I Owe The Fellows Of The Grave
All That is Gold Does Not Glitter All That Love Asks All that this world contains are but images and flourishes
All that you tell me emanates from hatred (O mullah)! All Thats Not Love . . All Thats Past
All the Hills and Vales Along All the letters I can write All The Things You Are Not Yet
All the time I pray to Buddha All the Worlds a Stage All these my banners be
All things born to break All Things Can Tempt Me ALL THINGS DECAY AND DIE
ALL THINGS OBEY GOD All things swept sole away All Things Will Die
All thy secrets are known to the wisdom of Heaven All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace all which isnt singing is mere talking
All Women in One All Woods Must Fail All Ye Joyful
Allah hath promised wine in Paradise, Allah, our Lord, is merciful, though just; Allegiances
Allegory Allegory Of The Cave Alley Rats
Allouette Alma Mater Almighty Death
Almost Beyond Endurance Alms Almswomen
Alone Alone Alone
Alone Alone Alone
Alone Alone Alone And Drinking Under The Moon
Alone and in a Circumstance Alone I cannot be Alone in Crowds to Wander On
Alone in the Wind on the Prairie Alone In The Woods Alone Looking at the Mountain
Alone Looking at the Mountain Alone With Everybody along the brittle treacherous bright streets
Along the field as we came by Along the Hard Crust.. Along The Sun-Drenched Roadside
Aloof Alphonso Of Castile Alpine Holiday
Alter Ego Alter! When the Hills do -- Although autumn
Although I put away his life Although it may be through duty that I present myself Although on my necklace of duty I have never strung
Although the creeds number some seventy-three, Although we saw this bright garden Although wine be prohibited, drink it without ceasing,
Always Always For The First Time Always Marry An April Girl
Always Mine! Always on the Train Always the Mob
Always Unsuitable Alzheimer's Am Grischtdaag / At Christmas
Am I a wine-bibber? What if I am? am was. are leaves few this. is these a or Amabel
Amalia Amanda Barker Amandas Painting
Amaryllis Amateur Poet Amateurs of Heaven
Amber AMBITION Ambition
Ambition and Art Ambition cannot find him Ambition Over Adversity
Ambitions Trail Ambulances Amelia Garrick
Amends to Nature America America
America America America
America America America! America for Me
American Beauty American Feuillage American Football
Americanisation Americas Prosperity Ametas And Thestylis Making Hay-Ropes
Ami Green Amidst the Flowers a Jug of Wine Amidst the Flowers a Jug of Wine
Among Among Children Among School Children
Among the Multitude Among The Narcissi Among the Pines
Among the Red Guns Among the Rocks Among Those Killed In The Dawn Raid Was A Man Aged A Hundred
Amor Intellectualis Amor Profanus Amor Vincit Omnia
Amoretti III: The Sovereign Beauty Amoretti LXVII: Like as a Huntsman Amoretti LXVIII: Most Glorious Lord of Life
Amoretti LXXIV: Most Happy Letters Amoretti LXXIX: Men Call you Fair Amoretti LXXV: One Day I Wrote Her Name
Amoretti XXII: This Holy Season Amos Sibley Amphion
Ample make this bed Ample make this Bed -- Amy Margarets Five Year Old
AN A.B.C An Abandoned Factory Detroit An Absolutely Ordinary Rainbow
An Acre Of Grass An Address to Shakespeare An Address to the New Tay Bridge
An Address to the Rev. George Gilfillan An Adventure in the Life of King James V of Scotland An Afternoon
An All-Night Sea Fight An Allusion to Horace An Almost Made Up Poem
An Alphabet of Famous Goops An altered look about the hills An American
An American in Europe An Ancient Gesture An Ancient To Ancients
An Angel in the House An Answer An Answer to Frances Cornford
An Answer To The Rebus By The Author Of These Poems An answer to Various Bards AN ANTE-BELLUM SERMON
An Antheme An antiquated Grace An Antiquated Tree
An Apology for my fearfull temper An Apology for the Bottle Volcanic An Appeal
An Appearance An Apple-Gathering An Appointment
An Apprehension An April Day An April Night
An Aquarium An Arab Love-Song An Arab Shepherd Is Searching For His Goat On Mount Zion
An Arctic Quest An Argument An Argument
An Army Corps on the March An Arundel Tomb An Asphodel
An Astrologers Song An Attempt At Jealousy An August Midnight
An Autograph An Autumn Evening An Autumn Rain-Scene
An Autumn Reverie An Autumn Sunset AN AUTUMNAL SIMILE
An Eare-Stringe An Early Audience at the Palace of Light. (Harmonizing a poem for Secretary Jia Zhi.) An Eastern Ballad
AN EASY-GOIN' FELLER An Edwardian Sunday Broomhill Sheffield An Electric Sign Goes Dark
An Elegy An Elegy An Elegy On The Death Of A Mad Dog
An Elegy On The Glory Of Her Sex Mrs Mary Blaize An Elegy upon the Death of the Dean of St. Pauls Dr. John An Embroidery
An Empty Crib An Empty Threat An Emu Hunt
An Encounter An Ending An English Breeze
An English Wood An Enigma An Epicure
An Epilogue An Epistle Containing the Strange Medical Experience of Kar An EPISTLE From A Gentleman To Madam Deshouliers
An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His Sickness An Epitaph An Epitaph
An Epitaph An Epitaph On A Child Of Queen Elizabeths Chapel An Epitaph on her Self
An Epitaph On Mr. Fishborne The Great London Benefactor And His Executor An Epitaph on S (alathiel) P (avy) An Epitaph On Sr John Walter Lord Cheife Baron
An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramatic Poet W. Shakespeare An Epitaph On The Marchioness Of Winchester AN EPITAPH UPON A CHILD
An Epitaph Upon A Virgin An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife An Equal
An Essay On Criticism An Essay on Man in Four Epistles: Epistle 1 An Eternity
An Evangelists Wife An Evening An Evening in Dandaloo
An Evening in the Mountains AN EVENING OF POETRY AN EVENING SONG
An Evening Song An Evening Thought: Salvation by Christ with Penetential Cries AN EVENING WITH JOHN HEATH-STUBBS
An Excelente Balade of Charitie: As Wroten bie the Gode Pri An excerpt from Mass for the Day of St. Thomas Didymus An Excursion Steamer Sunk in the Tay
An Exhortation An Exiles Farewell An Expostulation
An Expostulation to Lord King An honest Tear An Horatian Ode Upon Cromwells Return from Ireland
An Hour is a Sea An Hymn In Honour Of Beauty An Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
An Hymn To Humanity (To S.P.G. Esp) An Hymn to the Evening An Hymn to the Morning
AN HYMN TO THE MUSES An Icicle An Idyll of Dandaloo
An ignorance a Sunset An Image From A Past Life An Imitation of Spenser
An Immorality An Imperial Rescript An Improvisation For Angular Momentum
An Incantation An Indian Love Song An Indian Summer Day on the Prarie
An Inscription An Inspiration An Invective against Gold
An Invitation An Invitation to Dafnis An Invocation
An Irish Airman Forsees His Death An Irish Face An Island
An Island in the Mind An Oath An ODE
An Ode AN ODE FOR BEN JONSON An Ode in Time of Hesitation
AN ODE OF THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOUR An Ode On The Death Of Mr. Henry Purcell An Ode to Antares
An Ode to Himself An Ode to Master Endymion Porter Upon His Brothers Death AN ODE TO MY JAILED FRIEND
AN ODE TO SIR CLIPSBY CREW An Ode to the Queen An Old Cracked Tune
An Old French Poet An old life An Old Man
An Old Man An Old Man To His Sleeping Young Bride An Old Man's Thought of School
An Old Mans Winter Night AN OLD MEMORY An old silent pond..
An Old Song An Old Story An Old Story
An Old Twenty-Third Man An Old-Fashioned Garden AN OLD-TIME LAY
An Olive Fire An Omnipotent Eye An Opera House
An Orphans Lament ANACREONS GRAVE ANACREONTIC
Anahorish Anaphora Anarchy
Anashuya And Vijaya Ancestors Anchor Song
ANCHORED Ancient History Ancient Music
Ancient Roman Villa And 2Morrow And As Its Going..
And as the Cock crew And ask ye why these sad tears stream? And David's Lips are lockt
And Death Shall Have No Dominion And Did Those Feet In Ancient Time And do you think that love itself
And Doth Not a Meeting Like This And like a Dying Lady Lean and Pale And love has changed to kindliness
And now that the lofty leaves have fallen And One For My Dame and suddenly it's evening
And the days are not full enough And The Moon And The Stars And The World And the sins of the fathers shall be
And They Obey And this of all my Hopes And This Will be All?
And Thou Art Dead As Young and Fair And We Shall Not Get Excited And what matters the wherefores and the reasons
And Wilt Thou Leave me Thus? And Wilt Thou Weep When I Am Low? And with what body do they come? --
And Yet The Books And you love me Andrea del Sarto
Andromeda Andy the Night-Watch Andys Gone With Cattle
Anecdote Anecdote of the Jar Aner Clute
Angel of joyful foot! the dawn is nigh; ANGEL OR DEMON Angel Or Demon
Angelic love ANGELINA Angels
Angels in the early morning Angels Of The Love Affair Angelus
Angina Pectoris ANGUISH Animals Are Passing From Our Lives
Animula Anna Comnena Anna Dalassené
Anna Imroth Anna Who Was Mad Annabel Lee
Anne Pennington Anne Rutledge Annie Marshall the Foundling
ANNIVERSARY SONG Annuitant Annus Mirabilis
Anonymous Drawing Anorexic Another
Another ANOTHER Another
Another (II) Another Acrostic ( In the style of Father William ) Another Awkward Stage Of Convalescence
Another Dark Lady Another Day Another Grace For A Child
Another On The Same Another Reason Why I Dont Keep A Gun In The House Another Sarah
Another Song Another Song Of A Fool Another Version
Another Way Of Love Anseo Answer
Answer Answer Answer July
Answer To A Sonnet By J.H.Reynolds Answered Answered Prayers
Answering Vice-Prefect Zhang Answers Answers
Answers ANSWERS IN A GAME OF QUESTIONS Ant Hill
Ante Aram Anteater ANTHEAS RETRACTATION
Anthem Anthem For Doomed Youth Anthem For Good Fryday
Anthony Considine Anthony Findlay Antichrist or the Reunion of Christendom: An Ode
Anticipation Anticipation Anticipation
Antimatter Antinous Antiphon (I)
Anti-Profanity Anxiety Any Man Speaks
Any Night Any Other Time Any Time
Any Wife To Any Husband Any Woman Any Woman
Any Woman Anyone Lived In A Pretty How Town Ape
Ape And Coffee Aperotos Eros Aphrodite
APOCRYPHA Apollo Belvedere Apollo Musagete Poetry And The Leader Of The Muses
Apollo Musagetes Apollonius Of Tyana In Rhodes Apologetic Postscript Of A Year Later
Apologia Apologia Pro Poemate Meo APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Apology Apology Apology for Her
Apology To Delia: For Desiring A Lock Of Her Hair Apostasy Apostroph
Apostrophe To Man APOSTROPHE TO NATURE APPARENT DEATH
Apparently with no surprise Apparition Appeal
Appeal Apple Tragedy Apple-Pie and Cheese
Apples Apples of Hesperides Application For A Driving License
APPRECIATION Apprehensions Approach Of Winter
Approaching The Veil Scientifically Après le Bain APRIL
April April 18 April 19
April 21 April 24 April 26
April Byeway April Is The Saddest Month April Rise
Aprils Charms Aprons of Silence Arabia
Arbol? Arbol? . . Arcades ARCADIAN WINTER
Arcady Unheeding Archaic Bust Of Apollo Archaic Torso Of Apollo
Archibald Higbie Archibalds Example Archimedes
Architectural Masks Archys Song from Charles the First Arcturus is his other name
Ardelia to Melancholy Ardella Ardour of senses, ardour of hearts
Are Friends Delight or Pain? Are You Content? Are you depressed? Then take of bhang one grain,
Are you discreet enough for me to tell you in a few Are You Drinking? Are you Loving Enough?
Are You the New person drawn toward Me? Argument Argus
Arhan Ariel Arion
Arion to a Dolphin On His Majestys passage into England Ariosto. Orlando Furioso Canto X 91-99 Arise
Arise! and come, and of thy courtesy Arise, dance, and we shall clap our hands. Drink to Arise, get off thy bed, O cupbearer! and pour the
Arise, leave the cares of this world which are fleeting; Arise, O cup-bearer Ariste
Arithmetic on the Frontier Arlo Will Armand Barbes
Armies in the Fire Armistice Day (1953) Arms And The Boy
Arms and the Man Army Headquarters Around The Green Gravel
Arraignment Of The Men Arrival Arrival
Arrival At Santos Arrows enamored of his Heart -- Ars Poetica
Ars Poetica? Art ART ABOVE NATURE: TO JULIA
Art And Love Art not ashamed to give thyself to corruption?—to art school
Art Thou Pale For Weariness Art thou sad? Take a piece of hasheesh as large as a Art thou the thing I wanted?
Arthur Stace Artificer Artillery
Artilleryman's Vision The Artist Artists Life
Artists wrestled here! As a bad orator, badly o'er-book-skilled, As a Beam Oer the Face of the Waters May Glow
As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free As a World Would Have It As Adam Early in the Morning
As At Thy Portals Also Death AS BROAD AS ITS LONG As by the dead we love to sit
As Children bid the Guest Good Night As Consequent Etc As Everywhere of Silver
As far as your Rifles Cover As far from pity as complaint As for me, without limpid wine I cannot live; my body
As for us, let us not try to torment men in their As from the earth the light Balloon As Frost is best conceived
As I lay with Head in your Lap Camerado As I Ponder'd in Silence As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario's Shores
As I Step Over A Puddle At The End Of Winter I Think Of An Ancient Chinese Governor As I Walk These Broad Majestic Days As I Walked Out One Evening
As I Was Going Along As I Watch'd the Ploughman Ploughing As if a Phantom Caress'd Me
As if I asked a common Alms As if some little Arctic flower As if the Sea should part
As imperceptibly as Grief As in the simple ages As In Their Flight The Birds Of Song
As It Was Written As Kingfishers Catch Fire As long as I am not drunk, my happiness is incomplete
As long as the friend (God) will pour for me the wine As Much As You Can As old as Woe --
As Once The Winged Energy Of Delight As One does Sickness over As One Who Having Wandered All Night Long
As onward and onward the chariot flies As plan for Noon and plan for Night As Sleigh Bells seem in summer
As Slow Our Ship As Soon as Fred Gets Out of Bed As subtle as tomorrow
As Summer into Autumn slips As the Bell Clinks As the Heart Hopes
As the lone, frighted user of a night-road As The Poems Go As the Ruin Falls
as the snow fell As The Sparrow As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Navies
As the Teams Head- Brass As the Time Draws Nigh As Through the Wild Green Hills of Wyre
As to a child, I talked my heart asleep As Toilsome I Wander'd As Vanquishd Erin
As Watchers hang upon the East As We Are So Wonderfully Done With Each Other As we pass Houses musing slow
As willing lid oer weary eye As Winds That Blow Against A Star As with others
As You Go Through Life As You Leave Me Ascent To The Sierras
Ash Wednesday Ash-Boughs Ashes
Ashes denote that Fire was -- Ashes Of Life Ashes of Soldiers
Ashurnatsirpal III Asia: From Prometheus Unbound Ask Me
Ask Me No More Ask Me No More Ask not (TU NE QUAESIERIS)
Ask not the chances of the time to be, Asked how old he was Asking For Roses
Asleep Asparagus Aspatias Song
Aspens Aspiration Assault
Assurance Assurances Astigmatism
Astræ Astronomical Writings Astrophel
Astrophel Astrophel and Stella Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet CVIII
Astrophel and Stella LXXXIV: HIGHWAY Astrophel and Stella VII: WhenNature Made her Chief Work Astrophel and Stella: I
Astrophel and Stella: III Astrophel and Stella: LXIV Astrophel and Stella: LXXI
Astrophel and Stella: XCII Astrophel and Stella: XLI Astrophel and Stella: XV
Astrophel and Stella: XX Astrophel and Stella: XXXIII Astrophel and Stella: XXXIX
Astrophel And Stella-Eleventh Song Astrophel And Stella-First Song Astrophel And Stella-Sonnet LIV
Astrophel And Stella-Sonnet XXXI Astrophel And Stella-Sonnet XXXI ASYLUM SEEKERS
At A Bridal At a Certain Age At a Dinner Party
At a Hasty Wedding At a Lunar Eclipse At A Solemn Musick
At A Vacation Exercise In The Colledge Part Latin Part English. The Latin Speeches Ended The English Thus Began At a Window At Algeciras - A Meditaton Upon Death
At An Inn At an Old Drawer At Baia
At Bay At Bessemer At Bordj-an-Nus
At Broad Ripple At Burgos AT CANDLE-LIGHTIN' TIME
At Carnoy At Castle Boterel At Castle Wood
AT CHESHIRE CHEESE At Cheyenne At Corfu
At Dawn At dawn a cry through all the tavern shrilled, At dawn to tavern haunts I wend my way,
At dawn, when dews bedeck the tulip's face, At Daybreak At Ease
At Eighty Years At First. To Charlotte Cushman At Fontainebleau
At Galway Races At Grass At Half past Three a single Bird
At His Grave At Home At Ithaca
At Last She Comes At last to be identified! At least -- to pray -- is left -- is left --
At leisure is the Soul AT LOAFING-HOLT At Lords
At Lulworth Cove A Century Back At Mass At Melvilles Tomb
At Midnight AT MIDNIGHT HOUR At Midocean
At Night AT NIGHT At Night On The High Seas
At Nightfall AT PARTING At play
At Pleasure Bay At San Sebastian At Sea
At Sea AT SUNSET TIME At That Hour
At The Abbey Theatre At The Beating Of A Drum At the British Museum
At the California Institute of Technology At the Cedars At The Door
At the door At the End At The Executed Murderers Grave
At the Fishhouses At The Golden Pig At the Gym
At The Hop At the Lake Pavilion At the Long Sault
At the Melting of the Snow At the Mid Hour of Night At The Other End Of The Telescope
At The Parade At The Railway Station Upways At the Sea-Side
at the sixty-ninth station At The Smithville Methodist Church At the Tavern
AT THE TAVERN At the time when I had long suffered At the Tomb of Napoleon
At the Top of My voice At the Twilight At the War Office London
At The Wedding March At The Window At the Window
At the Window At the Zoo At Thirty-Five
At This Moment Of Time At this moment, when my heart is not yet deprived of At Tower Peak
At Variance AT VERONA at Weeping Face
Atalanta In Camden -Town Atalantas Race Atavism
Atavism Athabaska Dick Athanasia
Athelas Athertons Gambit Athor and Asar
Atmosphere Atoll Attack
Attack of the Squash People Attack On The Ad-Man Attempted Assassination of the Queen
Attitude To A Miss Attraction Attributes of a teacher
Au Bal Au Lecteur Aubade
AUBADE Aubade Aubade
Aubade Audit yourself, your truce account to frame, Audley Court
Auguries Of Innocence August August
August 15 August 17th August 1968
August 8th Auld Lang Syne Aunt Helen
Aunt Imogen Aunt Jane Aunt Jennifers Tigers
Aunties Skirts Aurora is the effort Aurora Leigh (excerpts)
Aurora Prone Australia Australia Today 1916
Australian Bards And Bush Reviewers Australian Engineers Australian Scenery
Australias Peril AUTHORS Authors Prologue
Authorship Autobiographical Autobiography
Autobiography AUTOBIOGRAPHY (POLISH IT LIKE A PIECE OF SILVER) Autobiography At An Air-Station
Autopsychography Autumn AUTUMN
AUTUMN Autumn Autumn
Autumn Autumn Autumn
Autumn -- overlooked my Knitting -- Autumn And Winter Autumn Begins In Martins Ferry Ohio
Autumn Birds Autumn Day Autumn Daybreak
AUTUMN FEELINGS Autumn Fires Autumn Flowers
Autumn in the Garden Autumn Meditations (1) Autumn Meditations (2)
Autumn Meditations (3) Autumn Meditations (4) Autumn Meditations (5)
Autumn Meditations (6) Autumn Meditations (7) Autumn Meditations (8)
Autumn moonlight Autumn Movement Autumn Perspective
Autumn River Song Autumn Song Autumn Song
Autumn Valentine Autumn Within Autumn: A Dirge
Autumnal Sonnet Aux Imagistes avalanche
Ave Adonai Ave atque Vale (In memory of Charles Baudelaire) Ave Caesar
Ave Ceasar Ave Imperatrix Ave Maria Gratia Plena
Avenging and Bright Avis Avising The Bright Beams
Avons Harvest Awake at night Awake My Heart
Awake To Smile Awake ye muses nine Awake! for Morning in the Bowl of Night
Awakening Aware Away Delights
Away from Home are some and I -- Away Melancholy Away With Funeral Music
Axe Handles Ay workman make me a dream Aztec
Aztec Mask Azure and Gold B was a bat
B was a book B was a Bottle blue Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Babette Babi Yar Baby Charley
Baby Dolly Baby Face Baby Lazarus
Baby Picture Baby Sitter Baby Toes
Baby Tortoise Baby Vamps Babyhood
Babylon Babylon BABY'S SEASIDE GRAVE
Babys Way Babys World Baccalaureate
Bacchanalia Bacchus Bachchay (Kids)
Back From Australia Back from the cordial Grave I drag thee Back Home
Back to the Border Back Yard Backdropp Addresses Cowboy
Bad Day At The Beauty Salon bad for ears Badger
Baffled for just a day or two Bag Of Mice Bag-Snatching In Dublin
Bahnhofstrasse Baile And Aillinn Balada Amarilla IV
Balbus BALCONY Baldovan
Balin and Balan BALLAD Ballad by the Fire
Ballad for Gloom Ballad of a Ship Ballad of Another Ophelia
Ballad of Broken Flutes Ballad of Dead Friends Ballad of the Ancient Cypress
BALLAD OF THE BANISHED AND RETURNING COUNT Ballad Of The Despairing Husband Ballad of the Goodly Fere
Ballad Of The Long-Legged Bait Ballad of the Moon Ballad of women i love
BALLADE Ballade at Thirty-five Ballade De Marguerite (Normande)
Ballade Of A Great Weariness Ballade of a Special Edition Ballade of an Omnibus
Ballade of Dead Actors Ballade of Unfortunate Mammals Ballade To Our Lady
Ballade to Our Lady of Czestochowa Ballade: In Favour Of Those Called Decadents And Symbolists Translation of Paul Verlaines Poem: Ballade BALLATA I
BALLATA I BALLATA II BALLATA III
BALLATA IV BALLATA V BALLATA VI
Balloon Balloon Faces Balloons
Balmoral Castle Baltic Fog Notes Bamboo Adobe
Banbury Cross Band Concert Bandy Legs
Banish Air from Air -- Banishment Bank Robber
Bankers Are Just Like Anybody Else Except Richer Banquet Night Bantams in Pine-Woods
Baptism Bar Italia Barbara Frietchie
Barber Barbie Doll Barbury Camp
Barb-Wire Bill Barcelona Barclay Of Ury
Bards of Passion and of Mirth written on the Blank Page before Beaumont and Fletchers Tragi-Comedy The Fair Maid of the Inn Barefoot BARLEY-BREAK; OR LAST IN HELL
Barmaid Barnacles Barney Hainsfeather
Barnfloor and Winepress Barry Holden Barter
Base Details Base of all Metaphysics The Baseball and Writing
Basket Bas-Relief Bastard
Bat Bat Bat, Bat
Bath Bathed and Washed Bathed in War's Perfume
Bath-Song Bats Ultrasound Battalion-Relief
Batterson Dobyns Battle Battle Hymn of the Republic
Battle Of Brunanburgh BATTLE OF THE NORSEMEN AND THE GAELS Bavarian Gentians
Bayonet Bazonka Bb Beary
Be a part Be Angry At San Pedro Be Angry At The Sun
Be attentive, friend, and while thou still art able, lighten Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face Be Kind
BE KIND TO THE POOR Be Lost In The Call Be Mine the Doom --
Be My Mistress Short or Tall Be not beguiled by world's insidious wiles; Be not cast down by the troubles which we call vicissitudes
Be not led to believe that I fear the world, or that I Be Not Sad Be Not Weary
Be on thy guard, my friend, for soon thou wilt be Be once more merciful Be Still My Soul Be Still
Be very wary in the soul's domain, Be welcome, Thou, who art the repose of my soul! Beach Glass
Beachcomber Beacons Beak-Bashing Boy
Bear In There Bearhug Beast and Man in India
Beast Book Body Beat! Beat! Drums! Beatrice Cenci
Beaumont and Fletcher Beauteous Individuality Beautiful Aberfoyle
Beautiful Balmerino Beautiful Balmoral Beautiful City
Beautiful Comrie Beautiful Crief Beautiful Edinburgh
Beautiful expression Beautiful Lofty Things Beautiful Monikie
Beautiful Nairn Beautiful Newport on the Braes o the Silvery Tay Beautiful North Berwick
Beautiful Old Age Beautiful Rothesay Beautiful Torquay
Beautiful Village of Penicuik Beautiful Women BEAUTY
Beauty Beauty Beauty
Beauty -- be not caused -- It Is -- Beauty and Beauty Beauty and love let no one separate,
Beauty Clear and Fair Beauty crowds me till I die Beauty is a waving tree
Beauty XXV Because Because He loves Her
Because I could not stop for Death Because my Brook is fluent Because My Faltering Feet
Because that you are going Because the Bee may blameless hum Because twas Riches I could own
Because You Asked About The Line Between Prose And Poetry Because you came one day Because Your Voice Was at My Side
Become not a prey to sorrow in this world of iniquity; Bed in Summer Bed Sitter
Bed Time Bedtime Bedtime Story
Bee! Im expecting you! bee-attitudes Been There Before
Beeny Cliff Bees Bees are Black with Gilt Surcingles --
Befire the Battle Before Before
BEFORE A COURT OF JUSTICE Before A Crucifix Before a Midnight Breaks in Storm
Before an Examination Before and After Before Dawn
Before Day Before He comes we weigh the Time! Before Her Portrait In Youth
Before I got my eye put out Before I Knocked Before Sleep
Before Sleep Before Storm Before Summer Rain
Before Sunset Before the Altar Before the Battle
Before the Birth of One of Her Children Before The Cask of Wine Before the Dawn
Before The Flood Before The Game Before the ice is in the pools
Before The Paling Of The Stars Before the Squall Before the Throne of Beauty XXVI
Before the white chrysanthemum Before The World Was Made Before This Little Gift Was Come
Before you are made drunk by the cup of death, before Before you knew you owned it Before you thought of spring
Before your time or mine, there were many twilights, Beggar To Beggar Cried Beggarly Heart
Beggars And Kings Begging Another Begin The Day
Beginners Beginning Beginning my Studies
Beguiling Behavior Behind a Wall
Behind Me -- dips Eternity -- Behind the Arras BEHIND THE ARRAS
Behind the Scenes Behold As Goblins Dark Of Mien Behold from the land of the farther suns
Behold the grave of a wicked man Behold the tricks this wheeling dome doth play, Behold these cups! Can He who deigned to make them,
Behold this little Bane -- Behold this Swarthy Face Behold us re-united in the midst of lovers; behold us
Behold, I must go, and life is saddened by my going; for, Behold, where'er we turn our ravished eyes, BEIN' BACK HOME
Being Late Being Me! Being Young And Green
Belated Bard Belated Conscience Belfast Tune
Belief Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms Belisarius
Bell Horses Belle Isle 1949 Belleisle
Bellinglise Bells For John Whitesides Daughter Bells in the Rain
Bells Of Gray Crystal Bells Of Gray Crystal Bells Pool And Sleep
Belly Good Beloved Let Us Once More Praise The Rain BELOVED NAME
Beloved, if thou a reverend Molla be, Beloved's Heart Belshazzar had a Letter --
Belts Ben apfelgarten Ben Duggan
Ben Jonson Ben Jonson Entertains a Man from Stratford Ben Trovato
Beneath A Mountains Brow Beneath Thy Cross Benediction
Benediction Benediction Benediction
Benevolence Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Fraser
Benjamin Painter Benlomond BEOWULF
Beppo Berck-Plage Bereaved of all I went abroad --
Bereavement Bereavement Bereavement in their death to feel
Bereft Berenda Slough Berket And The Stars
Bermudas Berrying Bert Kessler
Besides the Autumn poets sing Besides this May Bessies Boil
Bessy Bell And Mary Gray Best Gains -- must have the Losses Test -- Best is it to abstain from all that is not joyful; and
Best Society Best Things dwell out of Sight Best Witchcraft is Geometry
Bestir thee, ere death's cup for thee shall flow, Bestir yourself, since you are under this tyrannic vault; Betrayal
Betrothed Betrothed to Righteousness might be Better -- than Music! For I -- who heard it --
Better to be with Thee in the tavern, and there tell Better to make one soul rejoice with glee, Betty Blue
Between Games Between going and staying the day wavers Between Hurricanes
Between My Country -- and the Others -- Between the Dusk of a Summer Night Between the form of Life and Life
Between the Showers Between Two Hills Between Us Now
Between Us Now Bewick Finzer Beyond
Beyond Beyond Siberia Again Siberia Beyond the Moon
Beyond the Sunset are the Hills of God BEYOND THE YEARS Bianca Among The Nightingales
Bid Adieu to Maidenhood BIEN LOIN DICI Big Hair
Big Miniature Big Night On The Town Bilbea
Bilbos Last Song (At the Grey Havens) Bill and Joe Bill Awkins
Bill Bowls the Sailor Bill The Bomber Bills Grave
Bills Prayer Billy, Billy Billys Rain
Bind me -- I still can sing -- Bindle Stiff Bingo
Binsey Poplars Biography In The First Person Biological Reflection
Birch Tree Birches Bird Nesting
bird of fire - a caution Bird Of Hope Bird On The Wire
Bird Sanctuary Bird Watcher Bird With Two Right Wings
Birdcage Walk Birds at Winter Nightfall (Triolet) Birds Calling in the Ravine
Birds Of A Feather Birds Of Passage Birds of Prey
Birds of Prey March Birth And Death Birthday
Birthday (Autobiography) Birth-Day Ode 01 Birth-Day Ode 02
Birth-Day Ode 03 Birthday of but a single pang Birthdays
Birth-Dues Biscuit Bishop Blougrams Apology
Bitterness Bitter-Sweet Bivouac on a Mountain Side
Bixbys Landing Black Bonnet Black Cat
Black Harrys Team Black Moran Black Morning Lovesong
Black On Black Black riders came from the sea Black Rook In Rainy Weather
BLACK SAMSON OF BRANDYWINE Black Stone on Top of a White Stone Black Stone On Top Of Nothing
Black Swans Blackberry Eating Blackberrying
Blackberry-Picking Blacklisted Blakes Sunflower
Blakes Victory Blame not the drunkards, you who wine eschew, Blanche Sweet
Blank Joy Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purple Bleezers Ice Cream
Bless God he went as soldiers Blessed Among Women --To The Signora Cairoli Blessing
Blessing The Cornfields Blessings Blight
Blighters Blind Blind
Blind Bartimeus Blind Jack Blind Mans Buff
BLIND MAN'S BUFF BLINDMANS BUFF Blindness
Blinks through Blood-shot Walks Bliss is the plaything of the child -- Blizzard
Blizzard Notes Block City Blood And The Moon
Blood Feud Blood Money Blood Oranges
Bloom -- is Result -- to meet a Flower Bloom upon the Mountain -- stated -- Blossoms at night
Blossoms will run away Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind Blow Bugle blow
Blow Bugle Blow Blow of an ax Blowing stones
Blown from the west Blue BLUE
Blue Blue Blue and White
Blue Bell Boy Blue Bell The blue dress
Blue Evening Blue Girls Blue Island Intersection
Blue Maroons Blue Ridge Blue Roses
Blue Squills Blue Winter Bluebeard
Blueberries Bluebird Blue-Butterfly Day
Blue-Crested Cry bluefish Bluenote Time
Blues Blustering God Boa Constrictor
Boadicea Boaz Asleep BOAZ ASLEEP
Bobber Bobby Shaftoe Bobby Snooks
Bobs Lane Boes Bogland
Bohemia Bohemia Bojangles And Jo
Bokardo Boldness in Love Bombardment
Bombardment Bombay Bon Voyage
Bond and Free bone-fable Bonehead Bill
Bones Bones Bonnie Callander
Bonnie Dundee in 1878 Bonnie Kilmany Bonnie Lesley
Bonnie Montrose Bonny Dundee Boo Forever
Boo to Buddha Book Borrower Book Ends
Book Lover Book Passion BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
Bookshelf Boon Soul Boot And Saddle
Boots Boots Border Ballad
Borderland Borderland Bored
Born Brothers Borrowing Boston
Botany Bay Eclogues 02 - Elinor Botany Bay Eclogues 03 - Humphrey And William Botany Bay Eclogues 05 - Frederic
Bottle O Bound -- a trouble Bound for your distant home
Bound Home to Mount Song Bourne Bow down, heaven's tyranny to undergo,
Boxers Wife Boy and Father Boy And Girl
Boy And The Sparrow Boy at the Window Braggart
Brahma Branches Brass Kaleidoscope
Brass Keys Brave Coward Brave New World
Breadfruit Breadth And Depth Breaghy
Break Break Break Break of Day Break Of Day
Break of Day in the Trenches Breakfast BREAKING THE CHARM
Breath Is Enough Breath of the Informer an Allegory Bredon Hill
Bregalads Lament Breton Wife Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty)
Bric-a-Brac Bricklayer Love Bridal Ballad
Bridal Song Bridal Song Bride and Groom Lie Hidden for Three Days
Bride of Abydos The BRIDE OF THE WIND Bride Song
Bridge Over The Aire Book 1 Bridge Over The Aire Book 2 Bridge Over The Aire Book 3
Bridge Over The Aire Book 4 Bridge Over The Aire Book 5 Bridge Over The Aire Book 6
Bridge-Guard in the Karroo Briefly It Enters and Briefly Speaks Bright Cap and Streamers
Bright Moments Bright Star Would I Were Steadfast As Thou Art Brignall Banks
Bring forth that ruby gem of Badakhshan, Bring In This Timeless Grave To Throw Bring me the sunset in a cup
Bring wine from this ruby vessel and pour it into a Bring wine! my heart with dancing spirits teems, Bringers
Bringing in the Wine Brink Of Eternity Britannias Pastorals
Broadway Broadway Broceliande
Broken bones Broken Dreams Broken Links
Broken Love Broken Tabernacles Broken-face Gargoyles
Bronzes Bronzes Brooding Grief
Brookland Road Brother And Sister Brother and Sister
Brother Jim Brother Jonathans Lament Brother of All with Generous Hand
Brother of Ingots -- Ah Peru -- Brotherhood Brothers
Brothers let us glorify freedom's twilight Broughty Ferry Brown Penny
Brownie Browning Decides To Be A Poet Brown's Descent
Bruise blue Brumbys Run Buckwheat
Bucolics Buddha Buddha at Kamakura
Buddhist Barbie Buffalo Bill Buffalo Country
Buffalo Dusk Bulbuls, doting on roses, oft complain Bump
Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar BURIAL BURIAL
Burial Burial of the Minnisink Buried Life The
Buried Love Burnie Bee Burning Drift-Wood
Burning of the Exeter Theatre Burning Off Burning Oneself Out
BURNT SHIPS Bus Stop Bush Christening
Bush warbler Business Girls Bustopher Jones: The Cat About Town
Busy Heart The But for the Grace of God But little Carmine hath her face --
But Men Loved Darkness rather than Light But Not Forgotten But Not To Me
But Outer Space But Wise Men Perceive Approaching Things But yesterday, at eve, I broke a china cup against a
But yesterday, I saw a potter in a bazaar treading Butch Weldy Butter
Butterflies Butterflies Butterfly
Butterfly Laughter Buttons Buying and Selling chapter XI
Buying leeks Buying Stock Buying The Whore
By a departing light By a flower -- By a letter By A Swimming Pool Outside Syracusa
By All Loves Soft Yet Mighty Powers By an Autumn Fire By an Evolutionist
By Broad Potomac's Shore By Candlelight By Chivalries as tiny
By Circumstances Fed By homely gift and hindered Words By Loe Pool
By my sweetheart By my Window have I for Scenery By Night when Others Soundly Slept
By reason's dictates it is right to live, BY RUGGED WAYS By such and such an offering
By That Lake Whose Gloomy Shore By The Arno By the Aurelian Wall
By the Bivouac's Fitful Flame By the Earths Corpse By The Fire-Side
By the Grey Gulf-water By the Hoof of the Wild Goat By the Margin of the Great Deep
By the Pool of the Third Rosses BY THE RIVER BY THE RIVER
By the Rivers of Babylon We Sat Down and Wept By The Sea By the Spring at Sunset
BY THE STREAM By Their Works By Their Works
By This Pitch And Motion By-And-Bye Bye, Baby Bunting
BYRON Byzantium C was a camel:
C was a cat C was Papas gray Cat C.L.M
Caboose Thoughts Cacoethes Scribendi Cadenza
Cadmus and Harmonia Caesarion Caesar's Song
Café Comedy Café Talk Cahoots
CAIN Cain and Abel Cairo Jag
Cake Calamity in London Calendar of an Invisible April
Caliban upon Setebos or Natural Theology in the Island California Plush Call It a Good Marriage
Call It Music Call Me Away Call To Account!
Called Into Play Calligraphy of geese Calling
Calls CALM AT SEA Calmly We Walk Through This Aprils Day
Calvary Calverlys Calvin Campbell
Cambridge in the Long Cambridge Spring 1937 Came an old man from out the tavern drunk, his
Came the Great Popinjay Camerons Heart Camma
Camomile Tea Camouflage Camouflage
Camp Follower's Song, Gomal River Campo di Fiori Camps of Green
Can alien Pharisees Thy kindness tell, Can You See the Pride in the Panther Cana
Canal Bank Walk Candle Hat Candles
Candle-Saving Candor -- my tepid friend -- Canine Conversation
Canis Major Cantico del Sole Canto I
Canto XIII Canto XLIX Canute the Great
CANZONE I CANZONE I CANZONE II
CANZONE II CANZONE III CANZONE III
CANZONE IV CANZONE IV CANZONE IX
CANZONE V CANZONE V CANZONE VI
CANZONE VI CANZONE VII CANZONE VII
CANZONE VIII CANZONE VIII CANZONE X
CANZONE XI.(R) CANZONE XII CANZONE XIII
CANZONE XIV CANZONE XIX CANZONE XV
CANZONE XVI CANZONE XVII CANZONE XVIII
CANZONE XX CANZONE XXI Canzonet
CANZONET Cape Breton Captain Carpenter
Captain Craig Captain Orlando Killion Captain Strattons Fancy
Captain Teach alias Black Beard Captivity Captivity
Caput Mortuum Cardiac Cardinal Bembos Epitaph on Raphael
Care-charming Sleep Careers Careers
Cargoes CARILLON Carl Hamblin
Carlos Carlovingian Dreams Carmel Point
Carmen De Boheme Carnal Knowledge Carol of Occupations
Carol of Words Caroline Branson Carpe Diem
Carrion Comfort Carrowmore Carry On
Carthage Cartographies of Silence Cartoon
Cartoon Physics Part 1 Casabianca Cascade
Casey At The Bat Cassandra Cassandra
Cassandra Cassandra Cassidys Epitaph
Cassius Hueffer Cast off dull care, O melancholy brother! Castile
Casting CASUALTIES Casualty
Cat Cat Scat Catch
Catching the Sunbeams CAT-PIE Cats
Cats Dream Catullus: XXXI Caught in a Net
Causation Cause And Effect Cavalier Tunes: Boot and Saddle
Cavalier Tunes: Give a Rouse Cavalier Tunes: Marching Along Cavalry Crossing a Ford
Cc Caky Ce que je demande Cease, if ye are my friends, all vain discourse, and,
Celandine Celebates Celebrate
Celebration CELEBRITY Celery
Celestial Love Celestial Music Celestial Music
Celia Beeding To the Surgeon Cells Cendre
Centenarian's Story The CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS EVE CEREMONY UPON CANDLEMAS EVE
Certain Maxims Of Hafiz Chain Of Pearls Chamfort
Champagne 1914-15 Chance Chance Meetings
CHANGE Change Change
Change Change Upon Change Changed
CHANGING TIME Channel Firing Chanson
Chanson Un Peu Naïve Chant For Dark Hours Chanting the Square Deific
Chant-Pagan Chapel Deacon Chaplin
Chaplinesque Chapter Headings Character
CHARADE Charge of the Light Brigade CHARITY
Charity Charity thou art a lie Charlene-n-Booker 4ever
Charles Augustus Fortescue Charles Carvilles Eyes Charles Dickens
Charles Webster Charlie Bird Parker Charlie French
Charm The CHARMIDES Charms
Chartres Chase Henry Chasers
Chattanooga Chaucer Che Fece ... Il Gran Rifiuto
Cheap Cheer Cheer up! your lot was settled yesterday!
Cheerfulness Taught By Reason Cheery Beggar Chemin De Fer
cherries and birds CHERRY RIPE Cherry- Tree Inn
Cherry-Time Chiang Chin Chiu Chiarascuro: Rose
Chicago Chicago Poet Chicago Weather
chickens claw Chicks Chief of old friends! hearken to what I say,
Child Child Child and mother
Child Development Child In Red Child Lover
Child Margaret Child Moon Child of a Day
Child of Europe Child of four elements and sevenfold heaven, Child of the Romans
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came Childhood Childhood
Childhood CHILDHOOD Children
Children imitating cormorants Children of Lir Children of the Moon
Children Selecting Books In A Library Childrens Party Childrens Song
Childrens Song CHILD'S TALENT Ching Ping Tiao
Chloris in the Snow Choices CHOICES
Cholera Camp Choose Chopin
Chords Choriambics -- I Choriambics -- II
Chorus Chorus Chorus from Hellas
Chorus From Oedipus At Colonos Chorus of Eden Spirits Chosen
CHRISMUS IS A-COMIN' CHRISMUS ON THE PLANTATION Christ Crucified
Christ Crucified Christ of Everywhere Christabel
CHRISTEL Christmas CHRISTMAS
Christmas Antiphones Christmas Bells CHRISTMAS CAROL
Christmas Eve Christmas Fancies Christmas Holidays
christmas in a box Christmas in India CHRISTMAS IN THE HEART
Christmas party at the South Danbury Church christmas the delinquent Christmas treasures
Christmas Trees Christmass Christopher Found
Christopher Marlowe Christos Christs Nativity
Chrystmasse of Olde Chuang Tzu And The Butterfly Chunagon Yakamochi
Chunagon Yukihira Church And State Church Going
Church Monuments Church Music Churchills Grave
CIA Dope Calypso Cigarette Cigarettes And Whiskey And Wild Wild Women
Cinderella Cinderella Cinderella
Cinema Calendar Of The Abstract Heart - 09 Cinema Screen Cino
Circes Grief Circes Power Circes Torment
Circle and Square Circles of Doors Circulation
Circumference thou Bride of Awe CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES Circumstantial Evidence
Cirque DHiver Cities Cities and Thrones and Powers
Citizen of the World City Dead-House The City Gent
City of Orgies City of Ships City That Does Not Sleep
City Trees City Visions Civic Centre (for Kathryn)
Civilian and Soldier Civilian and Soldier Civilization
Civilization -- spurns -- the Leopard! Clancy Of The Mounted Police Clancy Of The Overflow
Clap Handies Clarence Darrow Clarence Fawcett
Claribel Claribel: A Melody Clarity
Clark Street Bridge Clasping of Hands Classical Indian Explanation: Music
Class-Mates Clavering Clay comes out to meet Liston
Clean Curtains Clean Hands Clear with Light Variable Winds
Cleared Clearing at Dawn Clearing Rain
Clemenceau Clementes Images Clenched Soul
Cleon Cleopatra Cliche Came Out of its Cage
Cliff Klingenhagen Clifton Chapel Climbing
Climbing High Climbing to reach the costly Hearts Climbing West Of Lotus Flower Peak
Climbing You Clinton South of Polk Clock-O-Clay
Clocks Cloony The Clown Clorinda And Damon
Cloris Charmes Dissolved by EUDORA Cloris it is not thy disdaine Closed Gentian Distances
Closed Path Closing Clothes
Clothes chapter X Cloud Clouds
Clouds Clouds Above The Sea Clouds and Waves
Clouds Gathering Clover Clown In The Moon
Clowns Houses Coal Coal
Cobwebs Cock-A-Doodle-Do Cock-A-Doodle-Do!
COCK-CROW Cockroach Cockspur Bush
Cocoon above! Cocoon below! Cocoon For A Skeleton Cocotte
Coda Codicil Coffee
Coffee And Tea Cold Iron Cold Morning
Cold night: the wild duck Cold-Blooded Creatures Colder
Coleur de Rose Colin Instructed Colloquy
Colloquy in Black Rock Cologne Colonel Martin
Colonus Praise Colophon Color -- Caste -- Denomination --
Color As Beginning Colored Toys Coloring Book
Colors Colors Passing Through Us Colossians 3:16-17
COLUMBIAN ODE Columbus Columbus
Columbus Cheney Columns Come
Come and Play in the Garden Come down O Maid Come down O Maid
Come even to our threshold Come From The Daisied Meadows Come Gather Round Me Parnellites
Come Here Is Adieu To The City Come hither child Come Home!
Come In Come Into the Garde Maud Come Into The Garden Maud
Come let us drink & deeply drown Come Let Us Find Come My Beloved Hear From Me
Come My Celia Come not when I am dead Come Oer the Sea
Come On In The Senility Is Fine Come Out To Play Come Rest Awhile
Come Rest in this Bosom Come Send Round the Wine Come show thy Durham Breast
Come Sleep O Sleep! The Certain Knot Of Peace Come slowly -- Eden! Come up from the Fields Father
Come Walk With Me COME WHEN I SLEEP Come With Me I Said And No One Knew (VII)
Come with slow steps Come, come, arise, and, for the healing of my heart, Come, Come, Whoever You Are
Come, dance! while we applaud thee, and adore Come, Let's To Bed Come, see the Dawn, and, with a full cup of rose-colored
Come-by-Chance Comete Comfort
Comfort Comfort COMFORT IN TEARS
COMFORT TO A YOUTH THAT HAD LOST HIS LOVE Comical Folk Coming Close
Coming Through The Rye COMING TO TERMS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Coming To This
Commandeering Commemoration Comment
Commination Common Cold Common Things
COMMUNION Communism Communism and Imperialism
Community Garden Companioned Companions
COMPARISON Comparisons Compass Rose
Compassion Compassion COMPENSATION
Compensation Compensation Pete Complaint
Complaint of the Skeleton to Time Complete Destruction Completion
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge Comrades Comrades! I pray you, physic me with wine,
Comrades! when e'er you meet together here, Comus Conceit
Concerning Emperors Concerning The Synthetic Unity Of Apperception Concert Party
Concord Concord Hymn Condolence
Conferring with myself Confession Confession
confession Confession Confession (to Alina Osipova 1826)
CONFESSIONAL Confessional Confessions
Confessions confessions of a fool Confetti In The Wind
Confidence Confined Love Confirmation
Confirming All who analyze Confused and Distraught Conjecturing a Climate
Conjugal Conqueror Conquistador
Conrad in Twilight Conrad Siever Conroys Gap
Conscience CONSCIENCE AND REMORSE Conscientious Objector
Conscious Conscious am I in my Chamber Conscripts
Considering The Snail Consolation Consolation
Consolation Consolatorium Ad Parentes Consort with honest and intelligent men. Flee a thousand
Consorting With Angels Constance Hately Constancy
CONSTANCY IN CHANGE Constantly Risking Absurdity CONSTRUCTIONS/RECONSTRUCTIONS
Consulting summers clock Consummation Of Grief Consumption
Contagion Contained in this short Life Contemplating Hell
CONTEMPLATION Contemplation Of The Sword Contemplations
Content Content To My Dearest Lucasia Contentment
Contentment Contentment Contentment
Contentment Continual Conversation With A Silent Man Continuing To Live
Contraband Contradictions Contrast
Contrast Contrasts Control
conturbat me Contusion Conundrums
Convalescence Convalescent Conversation
Conversation Conversation Among The Ruins Conversation Galante
Conversation with Comrade Lenin Conversation with Jeanne Conversion
Conversion Conviction (i) Conviction (ii)
Conviction (iii) Conviction (iv) Convicts Love Canaries
convolvulus-age Cool Tombs Coole Park 1929
Coole Park And Ballylee 1931 Coolness Coolness of the melons
Cooney Potter COPTIC SONG Coquette et Froide
Cor Cordium Coral Corinna from Athens to Tanagra
Corinnas Going A-Maying Corn Corn and Catholics
Corn Grinders Corn Hut Talk CORNFLOWERS
Cornish Cliffs Cornish Lullaby Corny Bill
Coromandel Fishers Corona Coronach
Corporal Stare Correspondences Cosmopolitan Greetings
Cosmopolities without a plea Cosmos Cotton and Corn
Cotton Song Coucy Could -- I do more -- for Thee
Could Hope inspect her Basis Could I -- then -- shut the door Could I but ride indefinite
Could live -- did live Could Man Be Drunk Forever Could mortal lip divine
Could that sweet Darkness where they dwell Count Eberhard The Groaner Of Wurtembert. A War Song Count not that far that can be had
Count not to live beyond your sixtieth year, Count That Day Lost Count upon life not longer than the sixtieth year
Counter-Attack Counting Counting Sheep
Counting Small-boned Bodies Counting The Beats Country Fair
Countrywomen County Guy Couplets on Wit
COURAGE Courage Courage
Courage Courage Courage
Courtship Cousin Kate Cousin Nancy
Covenent Covering Two Years Covering Wings
Cowardice Cows Cows
Cows In Art Class Crab Crabapple Blossoms
Cradle Song Cradle Song Crapshooters
Crater Face Crave not of worldly sweets to take your fill, Craving for Spring
Crazy Jane And Jack The Journeyman Crazy Jane And The Bishop Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks At The Dancers
Crazy Jane On God Crazy Jane On The Day Of Judgment Crazy Jane On The Mountain
Crazy Jane Reproved Crazy Jane Talks With The Bishop Creation
Creation Credo crematorium-return
Crepuscule du Matin Crime and Punishment chapter XII Crimson
Crimson Changes People Crimson Rambler Cripple
Cripples And Other Stories Crisis is a Hair Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart
Cristina Critic and Poet: an Epilogue CROMWELL AND THE CROWN
Cromwells Return Croquis Cross Patch
Crossed Threads Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Crossing Nation
Crossing The Atlantic Crossing the Bar Crossing The Border
Crossing the Frontier Crossing the Water Crossroads
CROW AND AUDEN Crow and Mama Crow and the Sea
Crow Blacker than ever Crow Communes Crow Goes Hunting
Crow Sickene Crowned Crowride
Crows Fall Crows Nerve Fails Crows Theology
Crucible Crucifix Cruelty and Love
Cruisers Crumbling is not an instants Act CRUTCHES
Cry, Baby Crystal Cuba
Cuchulain Comforted Cuchulans Fight With The Sea Cuckoo Song
Cultural Evolution Cumulatives Cupbearer! what though fate's blows here betide us,
Cupbearer, bring my wine-cup, let me grasp it! Cupbearer, come! from thy full-throated ewer Cupid And Folly
Cupid Caught Napping Cupid Mistaken Cupid Sleeping
Cups of Coffee Curfew CURFEW
CURIOSITY Curious Circumstance Curly-Locks
Current Curriculum Vitae Curriculum Vitae
Curse of a Rich Polish Peasant on His Sister Who Ran Away With a Wild Man Curse of the Cat Woman CURTAIN
Curtain Cushy Cow Custer
Cut Cut Grass Cut While Shaving
Cuttings D was a dove D was a duck
D D was Papas white Duck D.G. Rossetti Daddy
Daddy Warbucks Dæmonic Love Daffodils
Daffy Duck In Hollywood Daft daft icarus
Daily Trials by a Sensitive Man Dainty flowers Daisies
Daisy Daisy Daisy Fraser
Dalliance of the Eagles The Dam?tas Damayante To Nala In The Hour Of Exile
Dame Fortune! all your acts and deeds confess Dame Fortune's smiles are full of guile, beware! Dame Trot And Her Cat
Damon The Mower damsel flies Dan
Dan The Wreck Dana Dance Figure
Dance Me To The End Of Love Dance To Your Daddie Dance, Little Baby
Dance, Thumbkin Dance Dance-Hall Girls Dancer
Dancing of Sounds Dandelions Dane-Geld
Danger Dangerous Consequences Dangerous Things
Daniel MCumber Danny Deever Danny ODare
Dans le Restaurant Danse Russe DANTE
Daphne Daphne Daphnis And Chloe
Dapple-Gray Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? Darest Thou Now O Soul
Darius Dark August Dark Glasses
Dark Night Dark Prophecy: I Sing Of Shine Dark Trinity
Dark Truth Dark wheel! how many lovers thou hast slain, DARKIES
Darkness Darling Daughter of Babylon Dartside 1849
DAT OL' MARE O' MINE Datur Hora Quieti daughter
Daughter Dave Lilly David Cleek
Davis Matlock Dawlish Dawn
Dawn Dawn DAWN
Dawn in New York Dawn Song Dawn, darkness, evening, space and the stars
Day DAY Day
Day And Night Day Dream Day is Düne
Day of These Days Day That I Have Loved Daybreak
Daybreak In A Garden Daybreak In Alabama Daylight and Moonlight
Daylight is Dying Daylight Saving Days
Days Days changed to nights, ere you were born, or I, Days Of 1903
Days of 1986 Days of Pie and Coffee Days of Pie and Coffee
Days Too Short Dd Dolly De Amicitiis
De Coenatione Micae DE CRITTERS' DANCE De Erotio Puella
De Gustibus--- De Hortis Julii Martialis De Ligurra
De M. Antonio De Profundis De Profundis
De Profundis De Profundis De Profundis
DE WAY T'INGS COME DEACON JONES' GRIEVANCE Deacon Taylor
DEAD Dead Boy Dead Cow Farm
Dead Love Dead Mans Dump Dead March
Dead Mens Love Dead Musicians Deaf House Agent
Deaf Martha Dear Colette Dear Friends
Dear Harp of my Country Dear Heart Why Will You Use Me So? Dear Joanne
Dear March -- Come in -- Dear Reader Death
Death Death Death
Death Death Death
Death DEATH Death And Birth
Death and Burial of Lord Tennyson Death and Co Death and Fame
Death And Life Death and the Lady Death and the Maiden
Death Be Not Proud DEATH BY WATER Death finds us soiled, though we were pure at birth,
Death Fugue Death Hand Death In Leamington
Death In The Arctic Death in the Family Death In The Lounge Bar
Death is a Dialogue between Death is like the insect Death is potential to that Man
Death is the supple Suitor Death leaves Us homesick who behind Death Of A Cockroach
Death Of A Naturalist DEATH OF A POET Death Of A Poet
Death of the Bird Death Of The Kapowsin Tavern Death sets a thing significant
Death Snips Proud Men Death Stands Above Me Whispering Low Death To The Dead For Evermore
Death Wants More Death Death warrants are supposed to be Death XXVII
DEATH, IN LIFE DEATH-LAMENT OF THE NOBLE WIFE OF ASAN AGA Deaths And Entrances
Death's terrors spring from baseless phantasy, Deaths Way Deaths Waylaying not the sharpest
Deborahs Parrot a Village Tale Debout Sur Mon Orgueil Je Veux Montrer Au Soir Debris
Debt Decadence Decalogue
December 14 December 1919 December 25
December 30 December 7 December At Yase
December Night Deceptions Declaiming Waters none may dread --
DECLARATION OF WAR Decline Decorations
Dedication Dedication Dedication
Dedication Dedication Dedication
Dedication DEDICATION Dedication
Dedication Dedication Dedication
Dedication for a House Dedication For A Plot Of Ground Dedication To A Book Of Stories Selected From The Irish Novelists
Dedication To Christina G. Rossetti Dedication To Joseph Mazzini Dedication To M..
Dedication To Providence Dedicatory Poem For Underwoods DEEDS OF KINDNESS
Deep in the rondure of the heavenly blue, Deeply Morbid Deer Dancer
Deer Enclosure Deer Tracks Defamation
Defence of Fort MHenry Defrauded I a Butterfly -- Degrees Of Gray In Philipsburg
Delay Delayed till she had ceased to know Delhi – A Re-visitation
Delicate Cluster Delicatessen Deliciae Sapientiae de Amore
Delight -- becomes pictorial -- Delight becomes pictorial Delight in Disorder
DELIGHT IN DISORDER Delight is as the flight Delights Despair at setting
Delilah Delilah Deliverance from a Fit of Fainting
Deliverance from Another Sore Fit DELY Demeter And Persephone
Democracy Democracy Demolition
Demon Demon And Beast Demos
Denial Denial -- is the only fact Denial of talents
Denials Denied Denis
Depart we must! what boots it then to be, Departed -- to the Judgment -- Departure
Departure Departure DEPARTURE
Departure Departure of the Good Daemon Dependence
Depressed By A Book Of Bad Poetry I Walk Toward An Unused Pasture And Invite The Insects To Join Me Deprived of other Banquet Der mann im keller
Des limites Des refus Des règles et des rêves
Description Descriptive Jottings of London Desert Places
Deserted Gipsy's Song: Hillside Camp Desertion Desesperanto
Desespoir Design Design
Design Desires Desmonds Song
Desolation DESPAIR Despairing Cries
Despairs advantage is achieved DESPISE NOT SIMPLE THINGS Despondency
Destiny Destiny Destiny
Detachment Detroit Grease Shop Poem Devils
Devonshire Street W.1 Devotion Devotion to Duty
Dew -- is the Freshet in the Grass -- Dew-drop and Diamond Dharma
Dialogue Between a Sovereign and a One-Pound Note Dialogue Between Ghost And Priest Diary of a Church Mouse
Dickens Dickeyville Grotto Dickinson Poems by Number
DICTATED BEFORE THE RHONE GLACIER Dictionary of Sounds Did He who made me fashion me for hell,
Did lifes penurious length Did no fair rose my paradise adorn, Did Not
Did Our Best Moment last Did the Harebell loose her girdle Did We abolish Frost
Did we disobey Him? Did you ever stand in a Caverns Mouth -- Did You Never Know?
Diddle Diddle Dumpling Die in shame! Died of Wounds
Difference Difference Of Station DIFFERENCES
Different Destinies DIFFERENT EMOTIONS ON THE SAME SPOT DIFFERENT THREATS
Diffugere Nives (Horace Odes 4.7) Digging Dignissimo Suo Amico Doctori Wittie. De Translatione Vulgi
Dilemma Dillard Sissman Dilton Marsh Halt
DINAH KNEADING DOUGH Ding, Dong, Bell Dining-Room Tea
Dinner at the Who's Who Dinner in a Quick Lunch Room Dionysus
DIPLOMACY Dippold the Optician Dirce
Dire Cure Directions DIRECTIONS/MISDIRECTIONS
Dirge Dirge Dirge
DIRGE DIRGE FOR A SOLDIER Dirge for Two Veterans
Dirge in Woods Dirge of the Three Queens Dirge Without Music
Disabled DISAPPOINTED Disarmament
Disarmament Discipline Discipline
Discontent Discontents In Devon Discord
Discord in Childhood Discordants DISCOVERED
Discovery Discovery Discovery
Disdain Returned Disguises Disillusionment
Disillusionment of Ten o Clock Disillusionment Of Ten Oclock Disobedience
Dissolute Distance Distance -- is not the Realm of Fox
Distant Time DISTICHS DISTINCTION
Distinction Distracted Druggist Distress
Distress Coils Distressed Haiku Distrustful of the Gentian
Dithyramb Ditty Ditty of First Desire
Diversity of creed divides the human race into about DIVIDED Divided Destinies
Divina Commedia Divination By A Daffodil Divine Detachment
Divine Device Divine Epigrams: On the Baptized Ethiopian Divine Epigrams: On the Miracle of the Multiplied Loaves
Divine Epigrams: Samson to his Delilah Divine Epigrams: To our Lord upon the Water Made Wine Divine Visitation
DIVINELY SUPERFLUOUS BEAUTY Diving into the Wreck Divorce
Diya {original title is Greek Delta-iota-psi-alpha} Djolan Do Not Accept
Do not be ashamed Do Not Die Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Do not weep maiden for war is kind Do People moulder equally Do They Know?
Do you know how the cypress and the lily have acquired Do you Remember me? or are you Proud? Do You Remember Once . .
Do you see those two or three imbeciles who hold the Do You Want Affidavits? Do you wish life to rest upon a rock? Do you wish
Do you wish the universe to submit itself to your will? Doc Hill Docker
Dockery And Son Docks Doctor Fell
Doctor Foster Doctor Meyers Doctor of Billiards
Doctors Doctors Does It Matter?
Does It Pay? Dogheads Dolor
Dolor of Autumn Dolphin Domestic Scene
Domestic Work 1937 Domicilium Domination of Black
Dominion lasts until obtained -- Don Juan DON JUAN
DON JUAN IN HADES Don Quixote DON RODRIGO
Donegan and Ishibashi Donica - A Ballad Donner Party
Dont Cheer Dont fear death Dont Go Far Off Not Even For A Day
Dont imitate me Dont know about the people Dont put up my Thread and Needle --
Dont Tell the World that Youre Waiting for Me Dont worry spiders Doom and She
Doom is the House without the Door Doors Doors Doors Doors of Daring
Dora Dora Diller Dora Williams
Dorcas Gustine Dorothy Q Doth Then The World Go Thus?
Double Ballade on the Nothingness of Things Double Red Daisies DOUBLE VILLANELLE
Doubt Doubt Doubt Me! My Dim Companion!
Doubt No More That Oberon Doubts doughnut denial
Douglass DOUGLASS Dove in the Arch
Dove Sta Amore Dover Beach Dow Kritt
Down By The Salley Gardens Down fall the tears from skies enwrapt in gloom, Down from the Mountain
Down Home Down on the Shore Down Stream
Down Times quaint stream Down Wanton Down! Dr. sam
Dr. Siegfried Iseman Dr. Sigmund Freud Discovers the Sea Shell Drab Habitation of Whom?
Dragged through the rapid course of time, which accords Drakes Drum Dramas Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
Dram-Shop Ditty Draw up your chair near mine Draw-gloves
Dream Barker Dream Deferred Dream Girl
Dream Land Dream Love Dream On
Dream On Dream Song 1: Huffy Henry hid the day Dream Song 10: There were strange gatherings. A vote would come
Dream Song 100: How this woman came by the courage Dream Song 101: A shallow lake with many waterbirds Dream Song 102: The sunburnt terraces which swans make home
Dream Song 103: I consider a song will be as humming-bird Dream Song 104: Welcome grinned Henry welcome fifty-one! Dream Song 105: As a kid I believed in democracy: I
Dream Song 106: 28 July Dream Song 107: Three coons come at his garbage. He be cross Dream Song 108: Sixteen below. Our care like stranded hulls
Dream Song 109: She mentioned worthless and he took it in Dream Song 11: His mother goes. The mother comes and goes Dream Song 110: It was the blue and plain ones. I forget all that
Dream Song 111: I miss him. When I get back to camp Dream Song 112: My framework is broken I am coming to an end Dream Song 113: or Amy Vladeck or Riva Freifeld
Dream Song 114: Henry in trouble whirped out lonely whines Dream Song 115: Her properties like her of course and frisky and new Dream Song 116: Through the forest followed Henry made his silky way
Dream Song 117: Disturbed when Henrys love returned with a hubby Dream Song 118: He wondered: Do I love? all this applause Dream Song 119: Fresh-shaven past months and a picture in New York
Dream Song 12: Sabbath Dream Song 120: Foes I sniff when I have less to shout Dream Song 121: Grief is fatiguing. He is out of it
Dream Song 122: He published his girls bottom in staid pages Dream Song 123: Daples my floor the eastern sun my house faces north Dream Song 124: Behold I bring you tidings of great joy
Dream Song 125: Bards freezing naked up to the neck in water Dream Song 126: A Thurn Dream Song 127: Again his friends death made the man sit still
Dream Song 128: A hemorrhage of his left ear of Good Friday Dream Song 129: Thin as a sheet his mother came to him Dream Song 13: God bless Henry
Dream Song 130: When I saw my friend covered with blood I thought Dream Song 131: Come touch me baby in his waking dream Dream Song 132: A Small Dream
Dream Song 133: As he grew famousâ€'ah but what is fame? Dream Song 134: Sick at 6 and sick again at 9 Dream Song 135: I heard said Cats that walk by their wild lone
Dream Song 136: While his wife earned the living Rabbi Henry Dream Song 14: Life friends is boring Dream Song 15: Let us suppose valleys and such ago
Dream Song 16: Henrys pelt was put on sundry walls Dream Song 17: Muttered Henry:â€'Lord of matter thus Dream Song 171: Go ill-sped book and whisper to her or
Dream Song 172: Your face broods Dream Song 176: All that hair flashing over Dream Song 18: A Strut for Roethke
Dream Song 19: Here whence Dream Song 2: Big Buttons Cornets: the advance Dream Song 20: The Secret of the Wisdom
Dream Song 21: Some good people daring and subtle voices Dream Song 22: Of 1826 Dream Song 224: Lonely in his great age
Dream Song 23: The Lay of Ike Dream Song 24: Oh servant Henry lectured till Dream Song 25: Henry edged decidedly made up stories
Dream Song 26: The glories of the world struck me Dream Song 265: I dont know one damned butterfly from another Dream Song 27: The greens of the Ganges delta foliate
Dream Song 28: Snow Line Dream Song 29: There sat down once a thing Dream Song 3: A Stimulant for an Old Beast
Dream Song 30: Collating bones: I would have liked to do Dream Song 31: Henry Hankovitch con guítar Dream Song 32: And where friend Quo lay you hiding
Dream Song 324: An Elegy for W.C.W. the lovely man Dream Song 33: An apple arcd toward Kleitos; whose great King Dream Song 34: My mother has your shotgun. One man wide
Dream Song 35: MLA Dream Song 36: The high ones die die. They die Dream Song 37: Three around the Old Gentleman
Dream Song 38: The Russian grin bellows his condolence Dream Song 39: Goodbye sir and fare well. Youre in the clear Dream Song 4: Filling her compact and delicious body
Dream Song 40: Im scared a lonely. Never see my son Dream Song 41: If we sang in the wood (and Death is a German expert) Dream Song 42: O journeyer deaf in the mould insane
Dream Song 43: Oyez oyez! The Man Who Did Not Deliver Dream Song 44: Tell it to the forest fire tell it to the moon Dream Song 45: He stared at ruin. Ruin stared straight back
Dream Song 46: I am outside. Incredible Dream Song 47: April Fools Day or St Mary of Egypt Dream Song 48: He yelled at me in Greek
Dream Song 49: Blind Dream Song 5: Henry sats in de bar and was odd Dream Song 50: In a motion of night they massed nearer my post
Dream Song 51: Our wounds to time from all the other times Dream Song 52: Silent Song Dream Song 53: He lay in the middle of the world and twicht
Dream Song 54: NO VISITORS I thumb the roller to Dream Song 55: Peters not friendly. He gives me sideways looks Dream Song 56: Hell is empty. O that has come to pass
Dream Song 57: In a state of chortle sin--once he reflected Dream Song 58: Industrious affable having brain on fire Dream Song 59: Henrys Meditation in the Kremlin
Dream Song 6: A Capital at Wells Dream Song 60: Afters eight years be less dan eight percent Dream Song 61: Full moon. Our Narragansett gales subside
Dream Song 62: That dark brown rabbit lightness in his ears Dream Song 63: Bats have no bankers and they do not drink Dream Song 64: Supreme my holdings greater yet my need
Dream Song 65: A freaking ankle crabbed his blissful trips Dream Song 66: All virtues enter into this world:) Dream Song 67: I dont operate often. When I do
Dream Song 68: I heard could be a Hey there from the wing Dream Song 69: Love her he doesnt but the thought he puts Dream Song 7: The Prisoner of Shark Island with Paul Muni
Dream Song 70: Disengaged bloody Henry rose from the shell Dream Song 71: Spellbound held subtle Henry all his four Dream Song 72: The Elder Presences
Dream Song 73: Karensui Ryoan-ji Dream Song 74: Henry hates the world. What the world to Henry Dream Song 75: Turning it over considering
Dream Song 76: Henrys Confession Dream Song 77: Seedy Henry rose up shy Dream Song 78: Op. posth. no. 1
Dream Song 79: Op. posth. no. 2 Dream Song 8: The weather was fine. They took away his teeth Dream Song 80: Op. posth. no. 3
Dream Song 81: Op. posth. no. 4 Dream Song 82: Op. posth. no. 5 Dream Song 83: Op. posth. no. 6
Dream Song 84: Op. posth. no. 7 Dream Song 85: Op. posth. no. 8 Dream Song 86: Op. posth. no. 9
Dream Song 87: Op. posth. no. 10 Dream Song 88: Op. posth. no. 11 Dream Song 89: Op. posth. no. 12
Dream Song 9: Deprived of his enemy shrugged to a standstill Dream Song 90: Op. posth. no. 13 Dream Song 91: Op. posth. no. 14
Dream Song 92: Room 231: the fourth week Dream Song 93: General Fatigue stalked in and a Major-General Dream Song 94: Ill lay he long upon this last return
Dream Song 95: The surly cop looked out at me in sleep Dream Song 96: Under the table no. That last was stunning Dream Song 97: Henry of Donnybrook bred like a pig
Dream Song 98: I met a junior--not so junior--and Dream Song 99: Temples DREAM SONG I
DREAM SONG II Dream tryst Dream Variations
Dreamers Dream-Forest DREAMIN' TOWN
Dreaming Dreaming The Breasts Dreamland
Dreams Dreams Dreams
Dreams DREAMS DREAMS
Dreams Dreams DREAMS
Dreams -- are well -- but Wakings better Dreams Are Best Dreams are the subtle Dower
Dreams in the dusk Dreams Nascent Dreams Old
Dresser The Drifter Drink of This Cup
Drink thou of wine before thy name shall vanish from Drink To Her Drink wine to root up metaphysic weeds,
Drink wine! and then as Mahmud thou wilt reign, Drink wine! long must you sleep within the tomb, Drink wine! 'tis life etern, and travail's meed,
Drink wine, my friend, for see it makes the perspiration Drink wine, since it is that which will put an end to Drink, drink this wine which gives eternal life; drink,
Drinkers alone know how to appreciate the language Drinking Alone Drinking Corinthian Sun
DRINKING SONG Drinking Song On the Excellence of Burgundy Wine Drinking While Driving
Drinking With Someone In The Mountains Driver Smith Driving my Parents Home at Christmas
Driving to Town Late to Mail a Letter DRIZZLE Dropped into the Ether Acre --
Drowning is not so pitiful Drugs Made Pauline Vague Drummer Hodge
Drumnotes Drum-Taps Drunk
Drunk As Drunk Drunkards are doomed to hell, so men declare, Drunken Memories Of Anne Sexton
Drunkenness has transported us from our own misery Dryads Drying Their Wings
Dtatue And The Bust The Duality Dublinesque
Ducks And Drakes ducks and wisdom Ducks bobbing on the water
Duckweed Pond Duddingstone Duello
Duet DUINO ELEGIES Duino Elegies: The First Elegy
Duino Elegies: The Fourth Elegy Duino Elegies: The Tenth Elegy Dulce Et Decorum Est
Dulcis Memoria Dumb Dumb Swede
Duncan Gray Dunce Dunce Songs : 9
Dunes Dungeon Duns Scotuss Oxford
Durin During An Absence During those hours
During Wind And Rain Dusk Dust
dust Dust Dust in the Eyes
Dust is the only Secret Dust of Snow Dusty Doors
Dutch Interiors Dutch lullaby Dutch Mistress
Dying at my music! Dying Speech of an Old Philosopher Dying! Dying in the night!
Dying! To be afraid of thee Dylan Dylan Thomas - Holy Spring
Dynamiter Dyspeptic Clerk E was a little Egg
E was an eagle E was an elephant e Coin Behind Your Ear
E TENEBRIS E.C. Culbertson E.P. Ode Pour Lelection De Son Sepulchre
Each and All Each And All Each Day A Life
Each heart that God illumines with the light of Each hour I brood upon your goodness Each life converges to some centre
Each Life Converges to some Centre -- Each morn I say, To-night I will repent Each mouthful of wine which the cupbearer pours into
EACH ONE, PULL ONE Each Scar Ill keep for Him Each Second is the last
Each small gleam was a voice Each that we lose takes part of us; Each time you can procure two mens of wine, drink
Eager bee, you lightly skim Earendil Earliest Spring
Early Darkness Early In The Morning I Hear On Your Piano EARLY LOVE REVISITED
Early Moon Early Nightingale EARLY POEMS
Early Spring Early summer rain Ears In The Turrets Hear
Earth the Healer Earth the Keeper Earth Voices Earth! my Likeness!
Earthfast Earthly Pride Earth-Moon
Earths Answer Earths Immortalities Earthworm
East London Easter Easter
Easter Easter 1916 Easter Communion
Easter Day Easter Hymn Easter Morning
Easter Morning Easter Song Easter Week
Easter Week Easter Wings Easter Zunday
Easter Zunday Eastern River Eat Your Heart Out
Eating Alone Eating and Drinking chapter VI Eating Poetry
Ebb Ebony Life Ecce Puer
Ecclesiastes Echo Echo
Echo Echo Dell Echo to Him Who Complains
Echoes Echoes Echoes
Echoes From the Greek Mythology Eclogues Ecstasy
Ed Eddis Service Eden in Winter
Eden is that old-fashioned House Edge Edinburgh
Edith Conant Editor Whedon Editorial Impressions
Edmonton thy cemetery Edmund Clarence Stedman Edmund Pollard
Edmundi Trotii Epitaphium Edmunds Wedding Edocet artes;
Edward Hirsch Ee Eely Eel-Grass
EFFECTS AT A DISTANCE EFFORT Ego Dominus Tuus
Egypt Tobago Eidólons Eight forms has Shiva
Eight OClock eight roundels Eighth Air Force
Eighty Not Out Ein Yahav Einstein
El Cafetal El Extraviado El Mahdi to the Australian Troops
El Nudo (The Knot) El Poeta Leva El Ancla (Weighing The Anchor) El Poeta Y La Ilusion (The Poet And The Illusion)
Elbereth Eldorado Eleanor Wilner
Electra On Azalea Path Elegy Elegy
Elegy Elegy Elegy
Elegy Elegy Before Death Elegy for an Enemy
Elegy For Jane Elegy For Jane Kenyon Elegy For My Father
Elegy I: Jealousy Elegy II: The Anagram Elegy III: Change
Elegy In A Country Churchyard Elegy In The Classroom Elegy IV: The Perfume
Elegy IX: The Autumnal Elegy On The Death Of A Young Man Elegy on the Death of Lady Middleton
Elegy on Thyrza Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady Elegy to the Memory of David Garrick Esq
Elegy to the Memory of Richard Boyle Esq Elegy to the Memory of Werter Elegy Upon Tiger
Elegy V: His Picture Elegy VI Elegy VII
Elegy VIII: The Comparison Elegy Written In A Country Churchyard Elegy X: The Dream
Elegy XVI: On His Mistress Elegy XVIII: Loves Progress Elegy: Walking the Line
Elemental Drifts Elementalist Elephant Dormitory
Eleu Loro Elevation Eleventh Avenue Racket
Eleventh Hour El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) Elijah Browning
Elijahs Wagon knew no thill Elizabeth Elizabeth
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Elizabeth Childers Elizabeth Gone
Elizabeth Leaves A Letter For Dr. Frankenstein Elizabeth told Essex Ella Fitzgerald
Elliott Hawkins Elm Elmer Karr
Elogio al Aprendizaje Eloisa to Abelard Elsa Wertman
elusive wisdom Elysium Elysium is as far as to
Embarcation Embarrassment of one another Emblems of Love
Embrace Noir Emily Dickinson Emily Sparks
Emmett Till * Emmy Emotional Idiot
Employ all thy efforts to be agreeable to drinkers, Employment (I) Empty
Empty my Heart of Thee -- Empty Room Emptying Town
Encounter Encounter Encounter In The Chestnut Avenue
Encouraged ENCOURAGED ENCOURAGEMENT
Encouragement End Middle Beginning End of Summer
End of the Labyrinth End Of The World Endanger it and the Demand
Ended ere it begun -- Endimion and Phoebe (excerpts) Endless Time
En-Dor Endow the Living -- with the Tears -- Endurance
Endure this world without my wine I cannot! Endymion ENDYMION (For music)
Endymion: Book I Endymion: Book II Endymion: Book III
Endymion: Book IV Enemies Enemy Conscript
Enemy of Death England My England England! awake! awake! awake!
Englands Answer English Flavors English In 1819
English Thornton Enigma Enigma
Enigmas Enlightenment Enoch Arden
Enoch Dunlap Enough Enough of snow (JAM SATIS TERRIS)
Enslaved ENTANGLEMENTS enter no(silence is the blood whose flesh
Enthusiasm Enuff Enumerate my good qualities one by one; my faults,
Envoi Envoi Envoy
Envoy For A Childs Garden Of Verses Envoys From Alexandria ENVY AND AVARICE
Ephemera Ephraim Repenting Epic
Epidermal Macabre Epigram Engraved on the Collar of a Dog Which I Gave to His Royal Highness Epigramma in Duos montes Amosclivum Et Bilboreum
Epilogue Epilogue Epilogue
Epilogue Epilogue Epilogue
Epilogue To Asolando Epilogue to Through the Looking Glass EPIPHANIAS
Epipsychidion (excerpt) Epistemology EPISTLE II: TO A LADY (Of the Characters of Women)
Epistle To Augusta Epistle to Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland Epistle to Katherine, Lady Aubigny
Epistle to Mrs. Tyler Epistle To My Brother George Epistle to Neruda
Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle IV To Richard Boyle Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot Epitaph
EPITAPH EPITAPH Epitaph
Epitaph For A Romantic Woman Epitaph for Maria Wentworth Epitaph For Our Children
Epitaph in a Church-Yard in Charleston South Carolina Epitaph In The Form Of A Ballade Epitaph of a Young Poet Who Died Before Having Achieved Success
Epitaph On A Disturber Of His Times Epitaph on a Hare Epitaph On A Pessimist
Epitaph on a Tyrant Epitaph On An Army of Mercenaries Epitaph on Charles II
Epitaph On Elizabeth Epitaph on her Son H. P Epitaph On Mr. Bridgeman
Epitaph On the Lady Mary Villiers Epitaph On The World Epitaph upon a Child that died
Epitaphium Erotii Epitaphs Epitaphs For Two Players
Epithalamion Epode Equality
Equality equanimity Equinox
EQUIPMENT Erasing Amyloo Erasmus
ERE SLEEP COMES DOWN TO SOOTHE THE WEARY EYES Ere you succumb to shocks of mortal pain, ERGO BIBAMUS!
Erico Erin Oh Erin Erin! The Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes
Ernest Hyde Ernie Pyle Eros
Eros Eros Turannos Errata
Escape Escape Escape
Escape at Bedtime Escape is such a thankful Word Escaping backward to perceive
ESMERALDA IN PRISON Especially When The October Wind Essay on Man
Essay On The Personal Essence Essential Beauty
Essential Oils -- are wrung -- Estranged from Beauty -- none can be -- Eternities
Eternity ETERNITY Eternity
Etesia Absent Ethiopia Saluting the Colors Etienne de la Boéce
Etude Realiste Etymological Dirge Euclid
Eudaemon Eugene Carman Eugenia Todd
Eulalie Eulogy To A Hell Of A Dame Eureka
Eurolove Europe the 72d and 73d years of These States Eurunderee
Eurydice - To Victor Hugo Euthanasia Euthansia
Evadne Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie Evarra And His Gods
Eve Eveleens Bower Evelyn Hope
Even a mountain would dance for joy if you soaked it Even as upon a low and cloud-domed day, Even on the smallest islands
Even with insects Evenfall EVENING
EVENING Evening Evening
Evening Evening Hawk Evening in a Sugar Orchard
Evening Love Song Evening Primrose Evening Solace
Evening Song Evening Song Of Senlin Evening Song of the Thoughtful Child
Evening Star Evening Star Evening Star
Evening Waterfall Evening wind Even-song
Event Eventide EVER AND EVERYWHERE
Every day, at dawn, I go to the tavern. There I give Every Dead One Has a Name Every Death Is Magic from the Enemy to Be Avenged
Every Man Should have a Rifle Every Time I Kiss You Everybody Knows
Everybody Tells Me Everything Everyone Sang Everything
Everything EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE Everything That Acts Is Actual
Everything that lives about us Everywhere I cast my eyes I believe I see the sod of Evil minded
Evil weapon EVIRADNUS Evolution
Evolutionary Hymn Exaggeration EXAMINATION
Examination at the Womb-Door Examine thyself, if thou art intelligent, and observe Examples (August 27)
Examples of Early Piety Excelsior Excelsior
Except the Heaven had come so near Except the smaller size Except Thy absence there is nothing of worth that can
Except to Heaven she is nought Exchanges Exchanging Hats
Excursion EXCUSE Exeat
Executive Exeunt Exhilaration -- is within
Exhilaration is the Breeze Exhortation to Prayer Exhortation: Summer 1919
Exile Exiled Exiles
Exiles Existing things were already predestined upon the Exit
Exmoor EXOTIC PERFUME Expanse cannot be lost --
Expect Nothing Expectans Expectavi EXPECTATION
EXPECTATION Expectation Expectation -- is Contentment --
Experience Experience is the Angled Road Experiment escorts us last --
Experiment to me EXPLANATION OF AN ANTIQUE GEM Explosión (Explosion)
Exposed On The Cliffs Of The Heart EXPOSTULATION AND REPLY Exposure
Exposure Expression Extemporary Counsel given to a Young Gallant in a Frolick
Externalism Extinguish Thou My Eyes Extol thee -- could I? Then I will
Exultation is the going Eye and Tooth Eyes And Tears
Eyes Fastened With Pins Eyes that o'er the landscape fly Eyesight
Eyrie Eyrie Ezra Bartlett
Ezra on the Strike F was a fan F was a fish
F was a little Fish F?sulan Idyl Fabien Dei Franchi
Fable Face Lift Face of the spring moon
Face Stolen From a Bird Face To Face Faces
FACES IN A CROWD Faces In The Street Facility
Facing Snow Facing West from California’s Shores FACT OR FABLE?
Factory Windows are Always Broken Facts by our side are never sudden Facts will not change to humour man's caprice,
Fading Fading* Failure
Failure Faint Yet Pursuing Fair And Unfair
Fair Elanor Fair is the leisure of life's garden-ground Fair Isle At Sea
Fair way Fair Weather Fairer through Fading -- as the Day
Fairest! Put on a While Fairy Bread Fairy Land ii
Fairy Land iii Fairy Land iv Fairy Land v
Fairy Song Fairy Tale Fairy Tale
Fairyland Fairy-Land Faith
FAITH Faith Faith
Faith Faith -- is the Pierless Bridge Faith and Despondency
Faith Healing Faith is a fine invention Faith Matheny
FAITHFUL ECKART Faithful to the end Amended Faithless Nelly Gray
Faithless Sally Brown Fall In My Men Fall In Fall leaves fall
Fall of the Evening Star Fallen Leaves Fallen Majesty
Fallen Star Falling Asleep Falling Leaves
Falling Stars Falltime False claim
False money is not current among us. The broom has False Notions Fears And Other Things Of Wood Falsehood of Thee could I suppose
Falstaffs Lament Over Prince Hal Become Henry V Fame Fame
Fame is a bee Fame is a fickle food Fame is the one that does not stay --
Fame is the tine that Scholars leave Fame of Myself to justify Fames Boys and Girls who never die
Fames Penny-Trumpet Familiarity Family Court
Famine Song Fancies Fancy
Fancy Fancy Dress Fan-Piece For Her Imperial Lord
Fantasie -- To Laura Fantasy Far far away is mirth withdrawn
Far from Love the Heavenly Father Far In a Western Brookland Far in the Further East
Far Out Far Rockaway Far Rockaway Night till Morning
Far Within Us #1 Far Within Us #2 Far Within Us #3
Far Within Us #4 Far Within Us #5 Far Within Us #6
Far Within Us #7 Far-Darting Apollo Fare Well
Fare Well Fareweel To AOur Scottish Fame Fareweel ye bughts
FAREWELL Farewell Farewell
Farewell Farewell Farewell
Farewell Farewell (II) Farewell Address at the Argyle Hall
Farewell and adieu.. Farewell and Thanksgiving FAREWELL FROST OR WELCOME SPRING
Farewell Love and All Thy Laws Forever FAREWELL TO ARCADY Farewell to Barn and Stack and Tree
Farewell to Hsin Chien at Hibiscus Pavilion Farewell to Meng Hao-jan Farewell to Ravelrig
Farewell to Secretary Shu-yun at the Hsieh Tiao Villa in Hsuan-Chou Farewell to the Court Farewell to the Farm
Farewell To The Muse Farewell To Verse Farewell Ungrateful Traitor!
Farewell! -- But Whenever You Welcome the Hour Farm Boy After Summer Farm Implements and Rutabagas in a Landscape
Farmer Dying Fast Anchor'd Eternal O Love Fast Break
Fast rode the knight Fata Morgana Fate
FATE Fate Knows no Tears Fate slew Him but He did not drop --
Father Father Father
Father And Child Father and Son Father Death Blues (Dont Grow Old Part V)
Father Explains Father Gerard Hopkins S. J Father Malloy
Father Rileys Horse Fatima Fault
Faun Faun Faures Second Piano Quartet
Faust In Old Age Faute De Mieux Favrile
Fawns Foster-Mother Fear Fear
Fear Fear Fear Is What Quickens Me
Fear No More Fear Not Dear Friend But Freely Live Your Days Fearful Women
Fears And Tears Feast Feast Of Victory
Feb. 29 1958 February February 23
February: The Boy Breughel February: Thinking of Flowers FECKLESS WITH DISGUST
Fed Up Feeling Fucked Up Feelings
Feelings Of A Republican On The Fall Of Bonaparte FELICITY QUICK OF FLIGHT Felix Randal
Felix Schmidt Felixstowe or The Last of Her Order Fellow Citizens
Felo de Se Female Fashions for 1799 Female Judgement
Femina Contra Mundum Fergus And The Druid Fergus Falling
Fern Hill Feroza Fever 103°
Few yet enough Ff Fishy Fictitious line
Fiddle-Dee-Dee Fiddler Jones Fidele
Fidelity Field Thistle Fields and Gardens by the River Qi
Fields of Soria Fiesta Melons Fi-Fi In Bed
Fifteen False Propositions Against God - Section XIII Fifteen False Propositions Against God - Section XIV Fifteen, Maybe Sixteen Things to Worry About
Fifth Amendment Fight Fight to a Finish
Fighting Mac Fighting Words Fill For Me A Brimming Bowl
Fill the Bumper Fair Filling Station Films
Filthy Savior Final Notions Final Soliloquy Of The Interior Paramour
Finale Finalities Finality
Finding Finding A Long Gray Hair Finding is the first Act
Fine Apricot Lodge Finery Finis
Finis Finis Finish
Finish Finistere Finite -- to fail but infinite to Venture --
Finland Finnigans Finish FINNISH SONG
Finrods Song Fire Fire and Ice
Fire and Sleet and Candlelight Fire Dreams Fire On The Hills
Fire Pages Fire-Caught Fireflies in the Garden
Fire-Fly City Firelight Firelight
Firelight and Nightfall Fire-Logs Fires Reflection
Firmness First Anniversary First Child ... Second Child
First Day at School First day of spring First Death In Nova Scotia
First EPIGRAM. (Upon being Contented with a Little) First Fig First Fig
FIRST LOSS First Love FIRST LOVE
First Memory First Party At Ken Keseys With Hells Angels First Sight
First snow First We Take Manhattan First winter rain
Fish Crier Fisherfolk Fisherman jims kids
Fishermen FISHING Fishing On The Susquehanna In July
Fist Fit the Eighth (Hunting of the Snark ) Fit the Fifth ( Hunting of the Snark )
Fit the First: ( Hunting of the Snark ) Fit the Fourth ( Hunting of the Snark ) Fit the Second ( Hunting of the Snark )
Fit the Seventh ( Hunting of the Snark ) Fit the Sixth ( Hunting of the Snark ) Fit the Third ( Hunting of the Snark )
Fitter to see Him I may be Five A.M Five Bells
Five Cent Balloons Five Flights Up Five For Country Music
Five Haiku Five OClock Shadow Five Toes
Five Towns on the B. and O Five Ways To Kill A Man Five Ways To Kill A Man
Five-Per-Cent Fixed Is The Doom Flag of the Southern Cross
Flame-Heart Flames Flammonde
Flanders Flash Crimson Flat Lands
Flattery Fleas lice Fleckno an English Priest at Rome
Flee On Your Donkey Fleeing Away Fleming Helphenstine
Fletcher McGee Fleurette Flies
Flight Flight Flight Of Stairs
Flirtation Flood Flood-Tide of Flowers
Floorless Room The Flophouse Flora
Florentine Pilgrim Florida Florrie
Floss wont save you from an Abyss Flossie Cabanis Flounder
Flower Flower Gardener Flower God God Of The Spring
Flower of Love Flower-Gathering Flowering Eucalypt In Autumn
Flowers Flowers Flowers -- Well -- if anybody
Flowers in Winter FLOWER-SALUTE Fluctuations
Fluttered Wings Flux Fly Not Yet
Flying at Forty Flying Fish Flying Inside Your Own Body
Foes Fog Fog
Fog Portrait Folk Tune Follies
Follow Me ome Follow no other way than that which the Kalendar Follow wise Orion
Follower Folly Fontaine Je Ne Boirai Pas De Ton Eau!
FOOD IN TRAVEL Fool Fool Faith
FOOLIN' WID DE SEASONS Fools Money Bags Footnote To Howl
Footsteps Footsteps of Angels For A Coming Extinction
For a Dead Lady For A Depressed Woman For A Favorite Granddaughter
For A Gentleman Who Kissinge His Friend At His Departure Left A Signe Of Blood On Her For A Lady I Know For A Lady Who Must Write Verse
For a Naughty Little Girl For A Picture Of St. Dorothea For A Poet
for a rainy day For A Row Of Laurel Shrubs For A Sad Lady
For a that and a that For A Thirteenth Birthday For All
For All We Have And Are For an Earth-Landing For An Unknown Lady
For Anne Gregory For Annie For Ariva
For Australia For Baby For Bartleby The Scrivener
For Catherine: Juana Infanta of Navarre For Death -- or rather For each ecstatic instant
FOR EVER For ever may my hands on wine be stayed For every Bird a Nest
For Every Evil For every struggle that Joe survived For fifteen years
For God While Sleeping For Hans Carossa For Him I Sing
For him who makes account of human ills, joy, sorrow, For Hua Qing For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry (excerpt Jubilate Agno)
FOR JAMES SIMMONS For Jane For Jane: With All The Love I Had Which Was Not Enough
For John Clare For John Who Begs Me Not To Enquire Further For Johnny Pole On The Forgotten Beach
For Joseph For K. J. Leaving and Coming Back For K.R. on her Sixtieth Birthday
For largest Womans Hearth I knew For Lew Welch In A Snowfall For life and death of a Poet
For Little Things For Lucy Who Came First For M.W
For Mac For me heaven's sphere no music ever made, For Meng Hao-Jan
For Music For My Daughter For My Lover Returning To His Wife
For my own Monument For My Son Noah Ten Years Old For My Young Friends Who Are Afraid
For myself, I should pour some wine into a cup that For Once Then Something For once, while roses are in bloom, I said,
For Osip Mandelstam For Others For Richmonds Garden Wall
For sake of these two splendours do the wise For Sale For Saundra
For Sidney Bechet For Some Poems by Matthew Arnold For Tahira Mazhar Ali Khan , RIP (5th January 1925-23rd March 2015)
For the Anniversary of My Death For the Bed at Kelmscott For the Better
For The Country For the Dead For the Fallen
For The Foxes For The Future FOR THE LAST WOLVERINE
For the love which I bring thee, I am ready to undergo FOR THE MAN WHO FAILS For The Moment
For the Moore Centennial Celebration for the naming of tara december 4th 2005 For The One Who Would Not Take His Life In His Hands
For The One Who Would Take Mans Life In His Hands For the Poor For the Record
For The Twentieth Century For the Union Dead For The Year Of The Insane
For the Young Who Want To For Thee I vow to cast repute away, For thee, that which is best is to flee from the seeking
For this -- accepted Breath For those endowed with knowledge and virtue, who For To Admire
For union with my love I sigh in vain, For Want Of A Nail For Whom The Bell Tolls
For You For/From Lew Forard
Forbearance Forbidden Fruit Forbidden Fruit a flavor has
Ford o Kabul River Forehead, Eyes, Cheeks, Nose, Mouth, And Chin Foreign Children
Foreign Lands Foreign Missions in Battle Array Forest Of Europe
Forever FOREVER Forever -- it composed of Nows --
Forever at His side to walk Forever honored by the Tree Fore-Warning
Forget Forget Not the Field Forget Not Yet
Forget the day which has been cut off from thy existence; Forget! The lady with the Amulet Forgetfulness
Forgetfulness Forget-Me-Not Forgetting Someone
Forgive Me Forgiveness Forgiveness
Forgotten Home Forgotten Language Forgotten Master
Forth went the candid man Fortitude Fortitude incarnate
Fortune And Wisdom FORTUNE OF WAR Forward
Foster The Light FOUND Four Days In Vermont
Four Haiku Four in the Morning Four Preludes on Playthings of the Wind
Four Quartets 1: Burnt Norton Four Quartets 2: East Coker Four Quartets 3: The Dry Salvages
Four Quartets 4: Little Gidding Four Rhymes to See Off Duke Yan Again at Fengji Station Four Riddles
Four Songs Of Four Seasons Four Things FOUR THINGS MAKE US HAPPY HERE
Four Trees -- upon a solitary Acre -- Four-Feet Four-Foot Shelf
Four-Letter Word FOURTH DIMENSION Fourth Floor Dawn Up All Night Writing Letters
Fra Lippo Lippi Fragment Fragment
Fragment Fragment Fragment
Fragment at Tunbridge-Wells Fragment of a Greek Tragedy Fragment of an Ode to Maia
fragment: To The Moon Fragmentary Blue Fragments
Fragments Fragrant Everywhere France
France the 18th year of These States Frances Francesca
Francis II King of Naples Francis Makemie Francis Turner
Françoise And The Fruit Farmer Frank Drummer Frankenstein
Frankincense and Myrrh Franklin Hyde Franklin Jones
Freddy FREDERICK DOUGLASS Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass Free Love Free Verse
Free yourselves from your own passions and insatiate Freedom Freedom
Freedom Freedom Freedom And Love
FREEDOM AND THE WORLD Freedom of Love Freedom on the Wallaby
Freedom XIV Freedoms Fool Freedoms Plow
Freethinker French Leave French Quarter Singer
French Revolution The (excerpt) Frenzy Frequently the wood are pink
Fret not thyself on account of the inconstancy of Friday FRIDAY 10c
Friday Night At The Royal Station Hotel Fridolin (The Walk To The Iron Factory) Friend
Friend And Foe Friend your white beard sweeps the ground Friend! trouble not yourself about your lot,
Friends Friends Beyond Friends Departed
Friends Within The Darkness Friendship Friendship
Friendship Friendship After Love Friendship Between Ephelia And Ardelia
Friendship IXX Friendships Mystery To My Dearest Lucasia Frigid and sweet Her parting Face --
Fringed Gentians FRIST POEM Frog Autumn
Frog The Frogs in chorus Frolic
From ‘Paracelsus' From ‘The Soul's Travelling' From A German War Primer
From A German War Primer From A Letter From Lesbia From a Railway Carriage
From a Survivor From Adonais 49-52 From afar has appeared a filthy shape. It is said that
From all the Jails the Boys and Girls from Amoretti: Sonnet 67 FROM AN ALBUM OF 1604
From an Atlas of the Difficult World From an Essay on Man From Arcades
from Asphodel That Greeny Flower From Blank to Blank -- From Body of Summer 1943
From Citron-Bower From Cocoon forth a Butterfly from crossing the line
From Daphnaida From Daphnaïda From Dewy Dreams
From doubt to clear assurance is a breath, From Far Dakota's Cañons From Far From Eve and Morning
from Flying Home From his slim Palace in the Dust from Hugh Selwyn Mauberly
from imperfect Eden from Jubilate Agno Fragment B lines 695-768 From 'Later Life'
From learning to the cup your bridle turn; From LES HEURES CLAIRES From 'LES VILLAGES ILLUSOIRES' RAIN
From life we draw now wine, now dregs to drink, From Loves First Fever To Her Plague From Maria Nephele 1979
From Milton: And did those feet From mosque an outcast, and to church a foe, From My Last Years
From On Being Fired Again from On the Equality of the Sexes Part I From One Augur to Another
From One Who Stays From Pauline From Paumanok Starting
From Pent-up Aching Rivers from Proverbs of Hell From right and left the censors came and stood,
From Samson Agonistes i from San Ildefonso Nocturne From Shadow
From Snow-Bound 11:1-40 116-154 From Spring Days To Winter (For Music) From Sunset to Star Rise
from the Ansty Experience From The Antigone From the Antique
From the Arabic an Imitation From the Arabic: AN IMITATION From the Bush
From the cookery of this world, thou only absorbest From the Dark Tower From The First Act Of The Aminta Of Tasso
From The Flats From The Frontier Of Writing From The Graveyard By The Sea
From the Hymn of Empedocles From The Ladies Defence From The Last Island: To Lady Elisabeth Verreet
From The Long Sad Party FROM THE MOUNTAIN FROM THE PORCH AT RUNNYMEDE
From the Roof From The Shore From The Short Story A Christmas Dream And How It Came True
From The Short Story Shadow-Children From The Short Story What The Swallows Did FROM THE SORROWS OF YOUNG WERTHER
From THE TALK OF FLOWERS from The Tenth Elegy From The Testament of Beauty
From the time since I am, I have not been for an instant From This Hour the Pledge is Given From this world's kitchen crave not to obtain
From time to time From time to time my heart finds itself much straitened From Us She wandered now a Year
From Vashti from Venus and Adonis From Victor Hugo
From you have I been absent in the spring... (Sonnet 98) From: A King Of Kings A King Among The Kings Frost at Midnight
Frown not at revellers, I beg of thee, Fruit of the Flower Frustration
Frustration Frying Pans Theology Fuck Me
Fugue Fulfillment Fulfilment
FULFILMENT Full Fathom Five Full Fathom Five
Full little knowest thou Full many a hill and vale I journeyed o'er; Full Moon and Little Frieda
Full of Life Now Funeral Of Youth The: Threnody Funk
Funny -- to be a Century Further in Summer than the Birds Further Instructions
Futility Futility Futility
Future Futurity Fuzzy-Wuzzy
G was a goat G was a gooseberry G was Papas new Gun
Gacela of the Dark Death Gacela of the Dead Child Gacela of Unforseen Love
Galahad Knight Who Perished Galatea Encore Galatians 5:1
Gallios Song Galoots Gamajun the Prophetic Bird
Gamblers All Gandalfs Song of Lorien Gangrene
Gangrene GANYMEDE GARAGE SALE
Garden and cradle Garden Francies Garden Wireless
Garden-Spot Gareth And Lynette Gargoyle
Garland for Queens may be GASTIBELZA Gates and Doors
Gathered into the Earth Gathering Leaves Gathering Song of Donald the Black
GAUGUIN IN THE SOUTH SEAS Gawain and the Green Knight Gazel
Gazing at the Cascade on Lu Mountain Gee Youre So Beautiful That Its Starting To Rain Gehazi
GENERAL CONFESSION General Gordon the Hero of Khartoum General Review Of The Sex Situation
General Roberts in Afghanistan General William Booth Enters into Heaven Genesis
Genesis GENIAL IMPULSE Geniality
Genius Genius Genius
GENIUS Genoa and the Mediterranean Gentle Gaoler
Gentle Lady Do Not Sing Gentleman Alone gentlemen lift the sea
Gentlmen-Rankers Gently, more gently still George
George and the Dragon George Crabbe George Gissing
George Gray George Meredith George Sand
George Trimble Georgia Dusk Georgic on Memory
Georgine Sand Miner Georgy Porgy Geraint And Enid
German Faith Germany And Her Princes Germs
Gerontion Gertrude of Wyoming Get Drunk
Gethsemane Getting There Gettysburg
Gg Goosy Ghana Calls Ghazal of Love
Ghazal of the Better-Unbegun Ghost Ghost House
Ghosts Ghosts Ghosts in Love
Ghosts of a Lunatic Asylum Ghoti Giant Fungus
Giant Snail Giant Toad Giffens Debt
GIFT SILVER POEM Gifts Gignol
Gigolo Gilbert Gilded Gold
Gil-galad Gilhooleys Estate Gin
Ginza Samba Gioconda And Si-Ya-U Giorno dei Morti
Gipsy Gipsy Love GIPSY SONG
Girl girl (three) and the black horse Girl in a Cage
Girl In A Miniskirt Reading The Bible Outside My Window Girlfriend Girlhood
Girls Lament Girls Song Give All to Love
Give little Anguish Give me a skin of wine, a crust of bread Give Me Back My Rags
Give Me Back My Rags #1 Give Me Back My Rags #11 Give Me Back My Rags #12
Give Me Back My Rags #4 Give Me Leave to Rail at You Give me my cup in hand, and sing a glee
Give me some of this ruby wine, tinted like the tulip Give Me Strength Give me the Splendid Silent Sun
Give Me Women Wine and Snuff Give not vain thoughts free access to thy mind. Drink Give thyself to gaiety, for sorrow will be infinite. The
Given in Marriage unto Thee Giving chapter V Giving Myself Up
Glad hearts, who seek not notoriety, Glasgow Glass
Glass Glass was the Street -- in tinsel Peril Glazunoviana
Glee -- The great storm is over -- Gliding Over All Glimmer
Gloire de Dijon Gloomily the Clouds Glory and Shadow
Glory is that bright tragic thing Glory Of Women Gloucester Moods
Glowing is her Bonnet Go Down Death Go Little Book - The Ancient Phrase
Go North South East and West Young Man Go not too near a House of Rose -- Go On
Go Plant a Tree Go Seek Her Out Go slow my soul to feed thyself
Go songs for ended is our brief sweet play Go tell it -- What a Message -- Go thy great way!
Go to! Cast dust on those deaf skies, who spurn Go travelling with us! Go Valentine
Go Where Glory Waits Thee Go, book: go, vessel laden with the mind Go, choose bliss, if you are wise, and finally you may
Goalkeeper Joe Goatsucker Goblin Market
Goblin Revel God GOD
God fashioned the ship of the world carefully God Full Of Mercy God gave a loaf to every bird
God gave a Loaf to every Bird -- God Gave To Me A Child In Part God Give to Men
God Has Pity On Kindergarten Children God has promised us wine in Paradise. In that case God is a distant -- stately Lover
GOD IS GOOD GOD IS IN HIS HOLY TEMPLE God is indeed a jealous God --
GOD IS LOVE God lay dead in heaven God Lyaeus
God made a little gentian God made no act without a cause God Moves In A Mysterious Way
God Needs Antonio God of the Open Air God permit industrious angels
God permits industrious Angels God Scatters Beauty Goddess In The Wood The
God-Forgotten Godmother Godolphin Horne
Gods Gods Gods Battleground
Gods Funeral GOD'S GLORY AND MAJESTY Gods Grandeur
Gods Grief Gods In The Gutter Gods Judgment on a Wicked Bishop
Gods Law Gods Light-Houses GODS LOVING CARE FOR HIS PEOPLE
Gods Mercy Gods Skallywags Gods Vagabond
Gods Wheel Gods World Gods-Acre
Godspeed Godspeed Godwin James
Going Going Away Going Back to School
Going Blind Going for Water Going Gone
Going Home Going Home Going to Heaven!
Going to him! Happy letter! Going To St. Ives Going Up Yoyang Tower
Gold breeds not wit, but to wit lacking bread Gold in the Mountain Gold Leaves
Gold! Golden Days Golden Silence
Goldwing Moth Golfre Gothic Swiss Tale Golgotha
Goliath and David Goliath Of Gath Gone
GONE Gone Gone Down
Good - Better - Best Good Advice Good and Bad Children
Good and Evil XXII Good Friday Good Friday 2001 Riding North
Good Friday in my Heart Good Hours Good Morning -- Midnight
Good night because we must Good night! which put the candle out? Good Old Moon
Good people GOOD PRECEPTS OR COUNSEL Good to hide and hear em hunt!
Good. I have done. My heart weighs. I am sad Goodbat Nightman Good-by
Good-by and Keep Cold Good-By Now or Pardon My Gauntlet Goodbye
Good-bye Good-Bye Little Cabin Goodbye my friend goodbye
Goodbye S.S Goodbye To The Poetry Of Calcium Goodbye!
Good-Children Street Good-night Good-Night
GOOD-NIGHT Good-Night Goodtime Jesus
Goodtime Jesus Goody for Our Side and Your Side Too Goosey, Goosey, Gander
Gorgeous Surfaces gorilla in Manila Government
Governors On Sominex Grace Grace
Grace and Providence Grace Before Song Grace Darling
GRACE FOR A CHILD Graceland Grammar
Grandad GRANDAD AND A PRAMLOAD OF CLOCKS grandeur
Grandpa Is Ashamed Grand-Pas Whim Grand-Père
Grandson of Atlas (MERCURI FACUNDE) Granny Granny
Granville Calhoun Grass Grass
Gratitude Gratitude -- is not the mention Gratitude To The Unknown Instructors
Gravelly Run Graves Gray
Gray Eyes Gray Room Gray Room (1917)
Graydiggers Home Great are the Myths Great Caesar! Condescend
Great Streets of silence led away Greater Love Great-Heart
Greedy Richard Greek Love-Talk Greekism
Green Green Fields Green Grow The Rashes
Green Mountain Green Mountain Green Thumb
Greenlands Icy Mountains Greens Gregory Corso
Grey Evening Grey Gull Grey Hairs
Grief Grief is a Mouse -- Grieg Being Dead
Grieve not at coming ill, you can't defeat it, Grif of the Bloody Hand Griffy the Cooper
Grin GROTTY AND THE QUARRYMAN Group From Tartarus
Group From Tartarus GROWIN' GRAY Growing Old
Growing Old Growing Old Growltigers Last Stand
Grown Up Grown Up Grown-Up Talk
GROWTH Growth Growth of Man -- like Growth of Nature --
Grumpy Grandpa Guadarrama Guard thyself from being coarse in the eyes of all
Guard thyself from ever despairing for a crime committed, Guenevere Guerdon
Guest am I to have Guilt Guilty Of Dust
Guinevere Guinevere at Her Fireside GUITAR SONG
Gunga Din Gunga Din Gunner
Gunner Joe Gus: The Theatre Cat Gustav Richter
Gwalior Gwin King of Norway Gypsy
Gypsy Jill Gyroscope H was a hat
H was a heron H was Papas new Hat H. Baptism
H. Baptism II Habitation Habits
Had I known that the first was the last Had I not seen the Sun Had I not This or This I said
Had I presumed to hope -- Had I the power great Allah to advise, Had I The Power That Have The Will
Had I Wist Had the human heart an exact knowledge of the secrets Had this one Day not been
Had we known the Ton she bore Had we our senses Haiku
Haiku Haiku Haiku
Haiku (Never Published) Haiku Ambulance Hail Guest And Enter Freely!
Hail! Childish Slave Of Social Rules Halcyon Days Half An Hour
Half Moon in a High Wind Half Steps Half The People In The World
Half-And-Half Half-Ballad of Waterval Half-waking
Hallelujah: A Sestina Halleys Comet Halloween
Halls grew darker Halsted Street Car Halved
Hamatreya Hamd Hamilton Greene
Hamlet Micure Hanacker Mill Hanchen the Maid of the Mill
Handfuls Hands Hands, such as mine, that handle bowls of wine,
Handy Pandy handyman Hanging Fire
Hannah Armstrong Hannibal HANS SACHS POETICAL MISSION
Hap Happiness Happiness
Happiness Happiness Happiness
happiness Happiness HAPPINESS AND VISION
Happy As The Day Is Long Happy As The Day Is Long Happy Dust
Happy Is England! I Could Be Content Happy the heart of him who has passed unknown, Happy the Labrer
Happy the maimed, the halt, the mad, the blind-- Happy The Man HAPPY THIRTIETH BIRTHDAY CARCANET BOOKS
Happy Thought Harbor Dawn Harbor Moonrise
Hard is the Journey Hard Luck Hard Luck
Hard Rock Returns To Prison From The Hospital For The Criminal Insane Hare Drummer Hark! Hark!
Hark! Hark! The Lark Harlan Sewall Harlem Shadows
Harmon Whitney Harmonie du Soir Harmonizing a Poem (beside Palace Attendant Guo.)
Harold Arnett Haroun Al Raschid Harp of the North Farewell!
Harp Song of the Dane Women Harriet Beecher Stowe HARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Harrison Street Court Harrow-on-the-Hill Harry Carey Goodhue
Harry Ploughman Harry Wilmans Harvest
Harvest Hymn Harvest moon Harvest Song
Harvest Sunset Has My Heart Gone To Sleep? Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded
Has Thy empire gained in splendor by my obeisance, Hast Never Come to Thee an Hour Hate
Hate Hate Hatred and vengeance my eternal portion
Hatred of Sin Hats Hatteras Calling
Haunted Haunted House haunting the quark
Hauntings Haunts Have A Nice Day
Have any like Myself Have Me Have you ever made a just man?
Have you got a Brook in your little heart Have you no shame for all the sins you do, HAVE YOU NOTHING TO SAY FOR YOURSELF?
Have You Seen But A Bright Lily Grow Having it Out with Melancholy Having Lost My Sons I Confront The Wreckage Of The Moon: Christmas 1960
Having Misidentified A Wildflower Having slept the cat gets up Hawk Roosting
Hawker the Standard Bearer hawthorns and the like Hay and Hell and Booligal
Hay for the Horses Hayeswater Haze
he and the hilltown He ate and drank the precious Words -- He Bids His Beloved Be At Peace
He binds us in resistless Nature's chain, He brought me hither, and I felt surprise, He Came To Read
He came unto His own and His own received Him not He Digesteth Harde Yron He fell among Thieves
He forgot -- and I -- remembered He fought like those Whove nought to lose -- He found my Being -- set it up --
He fumbles at your Soul He fumbles at your spirit He gave away his Life --
He Gives His Beloved Certain Rhymes He Giveth His Beloved Sleep HE HAD HIS DREAM
He Has Lived In Many Houses He Hears That His Beloved Has Become Engaged He Hears The Cry Of The Sedge
He is alive this morning -- He Knows All There Is To Know. Now He Is Acquainted With The Day And Night he lines hang loose
He lived the Life of Ambush He Loves Me He Lurks Among the Reeds
He Made This Screen He Never Expected Much He outstripped Time with but a Bout
He parts Himself -- like Leaves -- He preached upon Breadth till it argued him narrow -- He put the Belt around my life
He Remembers Forgotten Beauty He Reproves The Curlew He Said To
He scanned it -- staggered -- He Sendeth Sun He Sendeth Shower He strained my faith
He Tells Of A Valley Full Of Lovers He Tells Of The Perfect Beauty He that goes back does, since he goes, advance,
He That Loves A Rosy Cheek He Thinks Of Those Who Have Spoken Evil Of His Beloved He told a homely tale
He took a few cups of love He touched me so I live to know He Vows
He was my host -- he was my guest He was weak and I was strong -- then He went by sleep that drowsy route
He who has had the intelligence to sow joy in his He who has made the foundations of the world, the He Who Hath Glory Lost
He who in Himself believes -- He who was born He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven
He Wishes His Beloved Were Dead He Wonders Whether to Praise or Blame Her He, in whose bosom wisdom's seed is sown,
He, who the world's foundations erst did lay, Head Against The Walls Head of a White Woman Winking
Head of a White Woman Winking Healed Healed of My Hurt
Healed of My Hurt Heap cassia sandal-buds and stripes Hear from the spirit world this mystery:
Hear now Khayyam's advice, and bear in mind, HEAR the Voice Hear ye Ladies
Heart Heart not so heavy as mine Heart O The North
Heart of Copper Heart of God Heart! We will forget him!
Heartbeat Hearthside Hearts with the light of love illumined well,
Heat Heat waves shimmering Heaven
Heaven Heaven -- is what I cannot reach! Heaven has different Signs -- to me --
Heaven is so far of the Mind Heaven is what I cannot reach! Heaven multiplies our sorrows day by day,
Heaven--Haven: A Nun Takes The Veil Heavenly Father -- take to thee Heaven's wheel has made full many a heart to moan,
Heccar and Gaira Hector Protector Heed not the Sunna, nor the law divine;
Heel & Toe To The End Heigh-Ho, The Carrion Crow Heights Of Folly
Heines Widow or Daughter? Heiress And Architect Hélas
HELAS! Helen Helen all Alone
Helen In Hollywood Helen of Troy Does Countertop Dancing Helen of Tyre
Heleni Helga Hellas
Hemlock and Cedar Hence All You Vain Delights from the Nice Valour Hendecasyllabics
Henry Henry C. Calhoun Henry Clays Mouth
Henry James Henry James in the Heart of the City Henry King
Henry Layton Henry Phipps Henry Purcell
Henry the Seventh Henry Tripp Hens Nest
Her -- last Poems Her Anxiety HER BED
Her breast is fit for pearls Her Death And After Her Dilemma
Her Dream Her Epitaph Her Eyes
Her face was in a bed of hair Her final summer was it Her final Summer was it --
Her Grace is all she has -- Her Immortality Her Initals
Her Kind Her Late Husband (Kings-Hintock 182-.) Her Letter
Her Lips Are Copper Wire Her little Parasol to lift Her Losses make our Gains ashamed --
Her News Her Praise Her Reply
Her Reproach Her smile was shaped like other smiles -- Her sovereign People
Her spirit rose to such a height HER STORY Her Sweet turn to leave the Homestead
Her sweet Weight on my Heart a Night HER THOUGHT AND HIS Her Toys
Her Triumph Her Vision In The Wood Her Voice
Herbert Marshall Herbert White Here
Here And Now Here below, we are only the puppets with which the Here Dead We Lie
Here Died Here Follow Several Occasional Meditations Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House
Here Goes My Lord Here I Am .. Here in this palace, where Bahram held sway,
Here in this tavern haunt I make my lair, Here Is A Wound That Never Will Heal I Know Here is the Dawn! Rise Thou, O Source of all Delight!
Here is the Dawn; arise, O beardless youth, and quickly Here is the noise of the morning, O idol, whose coming Here Sailor
Here the Frailest Leaves of Me Here where the Daisies fit my Head Heredity
Heredity Herein a Blossom lies -- Here's a Health to King Charles
Heres to the Mice! Heretics All Heretics Tragedy The
Heri Cras Hodie Heritage Heritage
Herman Altman Hero Hero And Leander
Hero and Leander Hero and Leander: The First Sestiad Hero Worship
HERODIAS Daughter presenting to her Mother St. JOHNs Head in a Charger also Painted by her self HERODOTUS IN EGYPT REMEMBERS DELOS Heroes
Heroic Love Heroic Poem in Praise of Wine Heroic Stanzas
Hero-Worship Herr Es Ist Zeit Hertha
Hes on the porch Hesper Hey Baby
Hey sparrow! Hey Thats No Way To Say Goodbye Hh Henny
hhh hi Hiawatha And Mudjekeewis
Hiawatha And The Pearl-Feather Hiawathas Childhood Hiawathas Departure
Hiawathas Fasting Hiawathas Fishing Hiawathas Friends
Hiawathas Lamentation Hiawathas Photographing Hiawathas photographing ( Part I )
Hiawathas photographing ( Part II ) Hiawathas photographing ( Part III ) Hiawathas photographing ( Part IV)
Hiawathas photographing ( Part V ) Hiawathas photographing ( Part VI ) Hiawathas Photographing (complete)
Hiawathas Sailing Hiawathas Wedding-Feast Hiawathas Wooing
Hidden Hidden Hidden Flame
Hidden Things Hide and Seek Hide-And-Seek
High Conspiratorial Person High Explosive High from the earth I heard a bird
High in the air exposed High Noon High Talk
High waving heather neath stormy blasts bending High Windows Highland Hospitality
Highland Mary Hilaire Belloc - The South Country Hildebrand
Hildrup Tubbs Hillcrest Hinged To Forgetfulness Like A Door
Hiram Scates Hira-Singh's Farewell to Burmah HIS AGE:DEDICATED TO HIS PECULIAR FRIENDMR JOHN WICKES UNDER THE NAME OFPOSTUMUS
His Bargain His Bill an Auger is His Bill is clasped -- his Eye forsook --
His Books His Boys His Cheek is his Biographer --
His Confidence HIS CONTENT IN THE COUNTRY HIS COVENANT OR PROTESTATION TO JULIA
HIS DESIRE His Dream His Dream Of The Skyland
His Excuse for Loving His Feet are shod with Gauze -- HIS GRANGE OR PRIVATE WEALTH
His Heart was darker than the starless night His Holiness the Abbot His Immortality
HIS LAST REQUEST TO JULIA His Last Sonnet His Litany to the Holy Spirit
His little Hearse like Figure HIS LOSS His Mansion in the Pool
His Meditation Upon Death His Mind like Fabrics of the East His mind of man a secret makes
HIS MISTRESS TO HIM AT HIS FAREWELL His neck in beauty bends His oriental heresies
His Own Face Hidden His Phoenix His Pilgrimage
HIS POETRY HIS PILLAR His Prayer For Absolution His Prayer To Ben Jonson
HIS REQUEST TO JULIA HIS RETURN TO LONDON His Rubies: Told by Valgovind
HIS SAILING FROM JULIA His voice decrepit was with Joy -- His Wife The Painter
HIS WINDING-SHEET His Wish To God HIS WISH TO PRIVACY
Hi-spy Historical Associations Historion
History History Of The Night Hither Hither Love
Hits and Runs Ho everyone that thirsteth Hobo
Hod Putt Hohenlinden Hold Hard These Ancient Minutes In The Cuckoos Month
Hold your mad hands Holding On Holidays
Holy Day Holy Innocents Holy Sonnet I: Tho Has Made Me
Holy Sonnet II: As Due By Many Titles I Resign Holy Sonnet III: O Might Those Sighs And Tears Return Again Holy Sonnet IV: Oh My Black Soul! Now Art Thou Summoned
Holy Sonnet IX: If Poisonous Minerals And If That Tree Holy Sonnet V: I Am A Little World Made Cunningly Holy Sonnet VI: This Is My Plays Last Scene Here Heavens Appoint
Holy Sonnet VII: At The Round Earths Imagined Corners Blow Holy Sonnet VIII: If Faithful Souls Be Alike Glorified Holy Sonnet X: Death Be Not Proud
Holy Sonnet XI: Spit In My Face You Jews And Pierce My Side Holy Sonnet XII: Why Are We By All Creatures Waited On? Holy Sonnet XIII: What If This Present Were The Worlds Last Night?
Holy Sonnet XIV: Batter My Heart Three-Personed God Holy Sonnet XIX: Oh To Vex Me Contraries Meet In One Holy Sonnet XV: Wilt Thou Love God As He Thee? Then Digest
Holy Sonnet XVI: Father Part Of His Double Interest Holy Sonnet XVII: Since She Whom I Loved Holy Sonnet XVIII: Show me dear Christ thy Spouse so bright and clear
Holy Thursday Holy Thursday (Experience) Holy Thursday (Innocence)
HOLY WEEK AT GENOA Holy-Cross Day HOLYROOD PALACE
Homage To A Government Home Home
Home After Three Months Away Home And Love Home Burial
Home Fires Home For Thanksgiving Home From Abroad
Home Is So Sad Home My Little Children Hear Are Songs For You Home They Brought Her Warrior Dead
Home Thoughts Home Thoughts Home Thoughts From Abroad
Home Thoughts From The Sea Homecoming Homer Clapp
Homers Seeing-Eye Dog Homes Kid (For Glenn) Homeward Bound
Homework Homing Swallows Homo Faber
Hon. Henry Bennett Honey Harvest Honky Tonk in Cleveland Ohio
Honor Among Scamps Honor To Woman Honors
HONORS - PART I HONORS - PART II Honours Martyr
Hoodlums Hook Hooray Say The Roses
HOPE Hope HOPE
Hope Hope Hope
HOPE AND CONFIDENCE IN GOD Hope and Fear Hope Holds to Christ
Hope in Failure Hope is a strange invention -- Hope is a subtle Glutton --
Hope is the thing with feathers Hope is the thing with feathers Hoppity
Hops Hora Stellatrix Horace and Lydia Reconciled
Horace iii. 13 Horace Lib. I Epist. IX Imitated Horace to Leuconoë
Horace to Melpomene Horace to phyllis Horace to Pyrrha
Horatio Hornet Hornworm: Autumn Lamentation
Horse Horse Fiddle Horses and Men in Rain
Hortense Robbins Hortus Hospital For Defectives
Hospital Window Hot Hot Boiled Beans
Hot Codlins Hot Digitty Dog Hotel
Hotel Insomnia Hound Voice Hours Continuing Long
Hours Continuing Long Hours of bright morning House
House Of Silence House On A Cliff Houses
Houses Houses -- so the Wise Men tell me Houses chapter IX
Houses Of Dreams Housewife How a Little Girl Danced
How a Little Girl Sang How admirable How Annandale Went Out
How Beastly The Bourgeois Is HOW BEAUTIFUL THE SETTING SUN How beautiful they are, these different greens which
How brittle are the Piers HOW BUTTERFLIES ARE BORN How can I think, or edge my thoughts to action,
How can you bear to look at the Neva? How Clear She Shines How Could You Not
How dare the robins sing How Dear to Me the Hour How destitute is he
How Did You Meet Your Wife? How Distant How Do I Love Thee?
How Doth the Little Crocodile How far is it to Heaven? How firm Eternity must look
How fits his Umber Coat How fleet -- how indiscreet an one -- How fortunate the Grave --
How Fortunate The Man With None How Gilbert Died HOW GOOD ARE THE POOR
How good his Lava Bed How Great My Grief (Triolet) How grow the nights without which we could not
How happy I was if I could forget How happy I was if I could forget How happy is the little Stone
How happy we are still How Heavy The Days HOW HIS SOUL CAME ENSNARED
How Human Nature dotes How I Walked Alone in the Jungles of Heaven How In All Wonder..
How is it that at the commencement of springtime the How is it that of all the leafy tribe, How Is Your Heart?
How know it from a Summers Day? How lonesome the Wind must feel Nights -- How long can I hold you by my ignorance? My own
How long must I make bricks upon the sea? How long shall I trouble myself with the care of knowing How long shall we be slaves to reason and to every
How long shall we blush at the injustice of others? How long these arguments upon the five and the four, How long these cries, these groans against the things
How long will lack of success in thy enterprises grieve How long will you blame us, O ignorant man of God! How long will you speak of Yassin and Berat, O cupbearer?
How long will you speak to me of the mosque, of How long wilt thou be a dupe to colors and perfumes? How long wilt thou pass thy life in adoring thyself, and
HOW LUCY BACKSLID How Many Bards Gild The Lapses Of Time! How many Flowers fail in Wood
How many masks wear we, and undermasks, How Many Paltry Foolish Painted Things How many people that I see upon the surface of the
How many schemes may die How many times these low feet staggered How MGinnis went missing
How much How Much Earth How much more wilt thou chide, O raw divine,
How much of Source escapes with thee -- How much the present moment means How Much?
How News must feel when travelling How noteless Men and Pleiads stand How Oft Has the Benshee Cried
HOW PANSIES OR HEARTS-EASE CAME FIRST How pleasant to know Mr. Lear How Poetry Comes to Me
How readily delight is aroused in her How Robin and His Outlaws Lived in The Woods How ruthless are the gentle --
How Samson Bore Away the Gates of Gaza HOW SHALL I WOO THEE How Shall My Animal
How sick -- to wait -- in any place -- but thine How Sleep the Brave How slow the Wind --
How soft a Caterpillar steps -- How soft this Prison is How Solemn as One by One
How Soon Hath Time HOW SPRINGS CAME FIRST How still how happy!
How still the Bells in Steeples stand How Sweet I Roamd How The Favourite Beat Us
How the Land was Won How the old Mountains drip with Sunset How the Waters closed above Him
How They Brought The Good News From Ghent To Aix How Thought You That This Thing Could Captivate? How to Die
How To Get On In Society How To Kill How To Paint A Water Lily
How To Psalmodize How We Are How We Heard the Name
How well I knew Her not How yesterday is long ago! The past How Yesterday Looked
How'd You Like It? Howdy Honey Howdy however grown up
however grown up Howl Huazi Ridge
HUDDERSFIELD - THE SECOND POETRY CAPITAL OF ENGLAND Hudsons Last Voyage Huge Vapours Brood Above the Clifted Shore
Hugh Selwyn Mauberly (Part I) HUGHES' VOICE IN MY HEAD Hughley Steeple
Hugos flower to butterfly Hugos pool in the forest Hum Bom!
HUMAN FEELINGS Human Knowledge Human Life's Mystery
HUMANITAD Humanity i love you Humayun To Zobeida (From the Urdu)
Humayun's Tomb Humdrum Humility
Humility Humming Bird Woman humming-bird pie
Humpty Dumpty Hunted Hunters Song
HUNTING SONG Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack Hurrahing In Harvest
Hurry Up Please Its Time Hurt Hawks Hush-A-Bye
Hush-A-Bye Hush'd be the Camps To-day Hut Among the Bamboos
Hydrangeas Hyla Brook HYMN
Hymn Hymn Hymn
Hymn Hymn HYMN
HYMN Hymn 1 Hymn 10
Hymn 100 Hymn 101 Hymn 104
Hymn 105 Hymn 106 Hymn 107
Hymn 108 Hymn 109 Hymn 11
Hymn 110 Hymn 111 Hymn 112
Hymn 113 Hymn 114 Hymn 115
Hymn 116 Hymn 118 Hymn 119
Hymn 12 Hymn 120 Hymn 121
Hymn 122 Hymn 123 Hymn 124
Hymn 125 Hymn 126 Hymn 127
Hymn 128 Hymn 129 Hymn 13
Hymn 130 Hymn 131 Hymn 132
Hymn 133 Hymn 134 Hymn 135
Hymn 136 Hymn 137 Hymn 138
Hymn 14 Hymn 140 Hymn 141
Hymn 142 Hymn 143 Hymn 144
Hymn 145 Hymn 146 Hymn 147
Hymn 148 Hymn 149 Hymn 15
Hymn 150 Hymn 151 Hymn 152
Hymn 153 Hymn 154 Hymn 155
Hymn 156 Hymn 157 Hymn 158
Hymn 159 Hymn 16 Hymn 16 Part 2
Hymn 160 Hymn 161 Hymn 162
Hymn 163 Hymn 164 Hymn 165
Hymn 166 Hymn 167 Hymn 168
Hymn 169 Hymn 17 Hymn 170
Hymn 18 Hymn 19 Hymn 2
Hymn 20 Hymn 21 Hymn 22
Hymn 22 part 1 Hymn 22 part 2 Hymn 23
Hymn 23 part 1 Hymn 23 part 2 Hymn 24
Hymn 25 Hymn 26 Hymn 27
Hymn 28 Hymn 29 Hymn 3
Hymn 30 Hymn 31 Hymn 31 part 1
Hymn 31 part 2 Hymn 32 Hymn 33
Hymn 34 part 1 Hymn 34 part 2 Hymn 35
Hymn 35 part 1 Hymn 35 part 2 Hymn 36
Hymn 37 Hymn 37 part 1 Hymn 38
Hymn 38 part 1 Hymn 38 part 2 Hymn 39
Hymn 4 Hymn 4 part 1 Hymn 4 part 2
Hymn 40 Hymn 41 Hymn 42
Hymn 43 Hymn 43 part 1 Hymn 43 part 2
Hymn 44 Hymn 44 part 1 Hymn 44 part 2
Hymn 45 Hymn 46 Hymn 46 part 1
Hymn 46 part 2 Hymn 47 Hymn 48
Hymn 49 Hymn 5 Hymn 50
Hymn 51 Hymn 52 Hymn 53
Hymn 54 Hymn 55 Hymn 56
Hymn 57 Hymn 58 Hymn 59
Hymn 6 Hymn 60 Hymn 61
Hymn 62 Hymn 63 Hymn 64
Hymn 65 Hymn 66 Hymn 67
Hymn 68 Hymn 7 Hymn 70
Hymn 71 Hymn 72 Hymn 73
Hymn 74 Hymn 75 Hymn 76
Hymn 77 Hymn 78 Hymn 79
Hymn 80 Hymn 81 Hymn 82
Hymn 83 Hymn 84 Hymn 85
Hymn 86 Hymn 87 Hymn 88
Hymn 89 Hymn 9 Hymn 90
Hymn 91 Hymn 92 Hymn 93
Hymn 94 Hymn 95 Hymn 96
Hymn 97 Hymn 98 Hymn 99
Hymn Before Action Hymn of Joy Hymn Of Man
Hymn of Pan Hymn of the City Hymn of the Moravian Nuns of Bethlehem at the Consecration of Pulaskis Banner
Hymn on Solitude Hymn on the Morning of Christs Nativity Hymn To Adversity
Hymn To Apollo Hymn to Aristogeiton and Harmodius Hymn To Death
Hymn to Demeter by Homer Hymn to Diana Hymn To Eros
Hymn To Intellectual Beauty Hymn To Joy Hymn To Life
Hymn to Love Hymn to Lucifer Hymn to Pan
Hymn to Pan Hymn to Proserpine (After the Proclamation of the Christian Hymn to the Night
Hymn To The Penates Hymn to the Spirit of Nature Hymns Of The Marshes
Hyperion Hypochondriac Hysteria
I I I was an inkstand
I was an Inkstand new I was some ice I Abide and Abide and Better Abide
I Am I Am I Am
I Am 25 I am a Black Woman I am afraid to own a Body --
I am alive -- I guess I am ashamed -- I hide I am black and comely
I am bound to this Land by blood I am constantly attracted by the sight of limpid wine, I am constantly saddened by the motion of this Wheel
I Am Going to Sleep I am He that Aches with Love I am in continual war with my passions, but what can
I Am Like One That For Long Days Had Sate I am love I AM NOT A NATIVE OF THIS PLACE
I am not one whom Death doth much dismay, I Am Not Yours I Am Not Yours
I Am Of Ireland I am older than Nature and her Time I am such as Thy power has made me. I have lived a
I am the autumnal sun I am the only being whose doom.. I Am The People The Mob
I am the Reaper I Am There I Am Vertical
I am worthy neither of Hell nor a celestial abode; God I Approach and I Withdraw I Arise From Dreams Of Thee
I ask of thee love nothing but relief I Ask You I asked no other thing --
I bended unto me a Bough I bet with every Wind that blew I Breathe Out - V. a Shoelace or a Zipper
I breathed enough to take the Trick I bring an unaccustomed wine I bring you this evening
I CALL AND I CALL I called to fading day I called to fading day
I came not hither of my own free will, I Came to buy a smile -- today I can but vaguely tell my secret to the bad or to the
I can renounce all else, but wine never; for I have the I can wade Grief I cannot be ashamed
I Cannot be Known I cannot buy it -- tis not sold -- I Cannot Change As Others Do
I cannot dance upon my Toes I cannot go to school today! I cannot live with You --
I cannot meet the Spring unmoved -- I cannot see my soul but know tis there I cannot want it more --
I cant tell you -- but you feel it i carry your heart with me I cautious scanned my little life
I Chop Some Parsley While Listening To Art Blakeys Version Of Three Blind Mice I close the door of hope in my own face, I Come From There
I Come Home Wanting To Touch Everyone I could bring You Jewels -- had I a mind to -- I could die -- to know --
I could not drink it Sweet I could not prove the Years had feet -- I could not think of thee as piecèd rot,
I could repent of all, but of wine, never! I could suffice for Him I knew -- I crave your mouth your voice your hair
I cried at Pity -- not at Pain -- I cross till I am weary I Cry
I dedicate to your tears I did not reach Thee I Didnt Go To Church Today
I died for Beauty -- but was scarce I Do I Will I Have I Do Not Fear To Own Me Kin
I do not know what truth the false untruth I Do Not Love Thee For That Fair I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You
I Do Not Speak I Dont Feel At Home Where I Am I Dont Know If History Repeats Itself
I Dont Know If Youre Alive Or Dead I Dont Like Flowers.. I don't remember the word I wished to say
I dreaded that first Robin I dreaded that first Robin so I DREAM OF MY GRANDMOTHER AND GREAT-GRANDMOTHER
I Dream'd in a Dream I Dreamed I Moved Among The Elysian Fields I Dreamed My Genesis
I Dreamed Of Forest Alleys fair I dreamt a sage said, Wherefore life consume I drink wine, and those who are opposed to it come
I drown in sin—show me Thy clemency! I drown my entire soul in your two eyes I dwell in Possibility --
I entered the studio of a potter. I watched him work I Entreat You Alfred Tennyson I envy Seas whereon He rides
I EXCEED MY LIMITS I explain the silvered passing of a ship at night I fear a Man of frugal Speech --
I fear thy kisses gentle maiden I Feel (Verse Libre) I Feel Horrible. She Doesnt
I Fellowed Sleep I felt a Cleaving in my Mind -- I felt a Funeral in my Brain
I felt a funeral in my brain I felt my life with both my hands I Find No Peace
I fit for them -- I flew here, as a bird from the wild, in aim I float like a butterfly, sting like a bee
I found the phrase to every thought I found the words to every thought I gained it so
I gave myself to Him -- I Go Back To The House For A Book I got so I could take his name
I Grant You Ample Leave I groped for him before I knew I had a daily Bliss
I had a guinea golden I Had A Little Husband I had been hungry all the Years --
I had no Cause to be awake -- I had no time to Hate I had no time to hate because
I had not minded -- Walls I had some things that I called mine I had the Glory -- that will do
I Hardly Remember I Hardly Remember I Hate This City
I have a Bird in spring I HAVE A HOME I have a King who does not speak
I Have A Rendezvous With Death I Have Become Very Hairy I Have Dreamed of You so Much
i have found what you are like I have heard the sunset song of the birches I Have Lived With Shades
I Have Lived With Shades I Have Longed To Move Away I Have Loved Hours At Sea
I have never seen Volcanoes I have no Life but this -- I have not had one word from her
I have seen a man betake himself to sterile soil. He I have seen a wise man in the house of a drunken man I have shut upon myself the door of avarice, and am
I Have Some Friends I Have Started To Say I have swept the sill of the tavern with my hair. Yes,
I havent told my garden yet I Hear America Singing I Hear America Singing
I Hear an Army Charging Upon the Land I hear it was Charged against Me I hear the orioles always-grieving voice
I heard a bird at dawn I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died I heard a fly buzz when I died
I Heard an Angel I heard as if I had no Ear I Heard Immanuel Singing
I Heard You Solemn-sweet Pipes of the Organ I held a jewel in my fingers I Held A Shelley Manuscript
I hide myself within my flower I Hoed and Trenched and Weeded I In My Intricate Image
I indeed drink wine, but I commit no disorder. I I keep my pledge I Keep Six Honest..
I Knew A Man By Sight I Knew A Woman I knew that I had gained
I Know A Man I Know A Man I know a place where Summer strives
I Know I Am But Summer To Your Heart I Know I Have Been Happiest I know lives I could miss
I Know My Soul I know not at all whether He who created me belongs I Know Not How But As I Count
I know of people in the Grave I know some lonely Houses off the Road I know Suspense -- it steps so terse
I know that He exists I Know The Face Of Falsehood And Her Tongue I know what is, and what is not, I know
I know where Wells grow -- Droughtless Wells I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings I Know You Walk--
I learned -- at least -- what Home could be -- I like a look of Agony I Like For You To Be Still
I like to see it lap the miles I like to see it lap the Miles -- I Live I Die I Burn I Drown
I Live I Die I Burn I Drown I Live In The Twentieth Century I live with Him -- I see His face
I lived on Dread -- I lived on dread; to those who know I look at the swaling sunset
I Look Into My Glass I looked here I lost a World -- the other day!
I Love Sixpence I Love The Naked Ages Long Ago I Love To Be Warm By The Red Fireside
I Love You I Love You I Love You Sweatheart
I Loved Thee Atthis in the Long Ago I loved you.. I Loved..
I Made A Mistake I made slow Riches but my Gain I make His Crescent fill or lack --
I many times thought Peace had come I meant to find Her when I came -- I meant to have but modest needs
I measure every grief I meet I Met A Genius I met a King this afternoon!
I met a seer I Need Not Go I never drank of joy's sweet cordial,
I never felt at Home -- Below I never hear that one is dead I never hear the word escape
I never lost as much but twice I Never Loved You More I never saw a moor
I never saw a Moor -- I never told the buried gold I never would have come, had I been asked,
I noticed People disappeared I Now O Friend Whom Noiselessly The Snows I often passed the village
I Only Am Escaped Alone to Tell Thee I or Someone Like Me I pay -- in Satin Cash
I play at Riches -- to appease I pray thee to my counsel lend thine ear, I prayed at first a little Girl
I Prefer the Gorgeous Freedom I prithee send me back my heart I prithee spare me gentle boy
I put my lips to the cup, for I did yearn I read my sentence -- steadily I reason Earth is short
I reckon -- when I count it all -- I Remember I Remember
I Remember Galileo I Remember I Remember I Remember I Remember
I Remember the Snows in the Summers Light I Remembered I robbed the Woods
I rode a rainbow unicorn I rose -- because He sank -- I Rose Up at the Dawn of Day
I Said Coffee I Said To Love I Said to Love
I Said to Poetry I said, ‘O heavenly Leader, O truth's day I said, ‘Thou knowest, O all-knowing Friend
I Sang I saw a bird perched on the walls of Tus, I saw a busy potter by the way
I Saw a Chapel I saw a man pursuing the horizon I Saw A Ship A-Sailing
I saw fair Fortune, one clear morning, touch I Saw From the Beach I Saw Myself
I saw no Way -- The Heavens were stitched I saw Old General at Bay I saw on the walls of the city of Thous a bird hovering
I saw that the Flake was on it I saw the wind within her I Saw Thee Weep
I Saw Thy Form in Youthful Prime I see around me tombstones grey I see neither the means of joining myself to Thee,
I See The Boys Of Summer I see the Four-fold Man I see thee better -- in the Dark --
I see thee clearer for the Grave I see you hunt the spotted deer I seek a flask of ruby wine, a book of verse, a momentary
I send Two Sunsets I send you a decrepit flower I Shall Come Back
I Shall Forget You Presently i shall imagine life I shall keep singing!
I shall know why -- when Time is over I Shall Not Burn I shall not murmur if at last
I Shall Return I should have been too glad I see I should not dare to be so sad
I should not dare to leave my friend I showed her Heights she never saw I Sing the Body Electric
I Sing The Body Electric I sing to use the Waiting I Sit and Look Out
I Sit and Think I Sit By The Window I Sleep a Lot
I solved all problems, down from Saturn's wreath I sometimes drop it for a Quick -- I Speak Not
I started Early -- Took my Dog -- I stepped from Plank to Plank I stole them from a Bee
I stood musing in a black world I stood upon a high place I stood upon a highway
I Stood With the Dead I Strove with None I studied with the masters long ago,
I sued the News -- yet feared -- the News I suppose the time will come I sweep the tavern threshold with my hair,
I taste a liquor never brewed I Taught Myself To Live Simply I tend my flowers for thee
I Think I Should Have Loved You I think I was enchanted I think just how my shape will rise
I think my dad is Dracula I think that the Root of the Wind is Water -- I think the Hemlock likes to stand
I think the longest Hour of all I think to Live -- may be a Bliss I Thought I was not Alone
I Thought Of You I thought our joy benumbed for ever I thought that nature was enough
I thought the Train would never come -- I threw my arms about those shoulders.. I threw my arms about those shoulders..
I tie my Hat -- I crease my Shawl I Told You I Too Sing America
I took my power in my hand I took one Draught of Life -- I tried to think a lonelier Thing
I understand all that annihilation and being apparently I VENT MY WRATH ON ANIMALS I Wait For You..
I Wake And Feel The Fell Of Dark Not Day I Walkd the Other Day I walked in a desert
I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud I want -- it pleaded -- All its life -- I Want To Die In My Own Bed
I want to go with the one I love.. I Want to Pray I was a Phoebe -- nothing more --
I Was Dead I was in the darkness I was Looking a Long While
I was the slightest in the House I wasted life in hope, yet gathered not I watched the Moon around the House
I watcher her face to see which way I Went I Went Down into the Desert
I went to Heaven I went to thank Her I WHo All The Winter Through
I Whom Apollo Somtime Visited I Will Be Worthy Of It I WILL NOT EAT MY POEM
I Will Not Fight I Will Not Let Thee Go I Will Praise the Lord at All Times
I Will Sing You One-O I will Take an Egg Out of the Robin's Nest I Wish I Was By That Dim Lake
I wish that Allah would rebuild these skies, I wish that God would reconstruct the world, I wish I Won You Lost
I Wonder What It Feels Like to be Drowned? I worked for chaff and earning Wheat I worship rose-red cheeks with heart and soul,
I would distil a cup I would drink so much wine that the odor should come I Would I Were a Careless Child
I Would in That Sweet Bosom Be I would not paint -- a picture -- I would to heaven that I were so much clay
I Write My Mother a Poem i wrote a life I Wrung My Hands
I Years had been from Home I. M. R. T. Hamilton Bruce (1846-1899) I. Peace
I. THE PARIAHS PRAYER I. The Witch of Coös I. Written at Tinemouth Northumberland after a Tempestuous Voyage
Iambicum Trimetrum Ianthe Ianthe! You are Calld to Cross the Sea
Ianthes Question Ibant Obscur? Ice and Fire
Ice Handler Iceland First Seen Ich habe dich nie je so geliebt..
Ichabod Ichabod! ICICLES ROUND A TREE IN DUMFRIESSHIRE
Icon ! Id Love To Be A Fairys Child Id Mourn the Hopes
Id rather recollect a setting Ida Chicken Ida Frickey
Idea LI: Calling to mind since first my love begun Idea LIII: To the River Ancor Idea XX: An evil spirit your beauty haunts me still
Idea XXXVII: Dear why should you command me to my rest Ideals Ideals are the Fairly Oil
Identification In Belfast Identity Idlers Song
IDYLL Idyll Idylls Of The King: Song From The Marriage Of Geraint
Idylls of the King: The Last Tournament (excerpt) Idylls of the King: The Marriage of Geraint Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur (excerpt)
IF If If
If a stranger shows you fidelity, consider him as a kinsman; If A Tree Could Wander If all the griefs I am to have
If All The Seas Were One Sea If All the Skies If Allah wills me not to will aright,
If any sink assure that this now standing If anybodys friend be dead If Blame be my side -- forfeit Me --
If By Chance Your Eye Offend You If By Dull Rhymes Our English Must Be Chaind If Death be Good
If Death Is Kind If ever the lid gets off my head If fate has saved us
If from the commencement Thou hadst wished to make If grace be grace, and Allah gracious be, If grief for grief can touch thee
If Hands Could Free You Heart If He dissolve -- then If He Were Alive Today Mayhap Mr. Morgan Would Sit on the Midgets Lap
If He were living -- dare I ask -- If heaven deny me peace and fame, I said, If I am drunk with old wine, ah, well! I am. If I am
If I can stop one Heart from breaking If I could bribe them by a Rose If I Could But Forget
If I Could Mourn Like A Mourning Dove If I could tell how glad I was If I drink wine 'tis not for mere desire; nor for the
If I Forget Thee Jerusalem If I have eaten during the days of Ramazan, do not If I may have it when its dead
If I possessed in the heavens the power which God If I should cast off this tattered coat If I should cease to bring a Rose
If I should die If I Should Ever By Chance If I Should Learn In Some Quite Casual Way
If I shouldnt be alive If I were dead If I were free and were allowed to use my will, if I
If I Were King If I Were King If I Were Tickled By the Rub of Love
If Im lost -- now If in a city you acquire renown, you are thought to If it had no pencil
If It Is True What the Prophets Write If it should ever happen that If it were true that a garden flower
If Mary Had Known If my Bark sink If Nature smiles -- the Mother must
If only out of vanity If other flowers adorn the house If our hearts have burned in uplifting days
If pain for peace prepares If popularity you would ensue, If recollecting were forgetting
If she had been the Mistletoe If so it be that I did break the fast, If Still Your Orchards Bear
If that apparent part of life's delight If the foolish call them flowers If the heart knew life's secrets here below,
If the rose is not our portion, do not the thorns remain? If the Wheel of Heaven refuses me peace, am I not If there be any power in passion's prayer
If there is a witness to my little life If This Be All If this is fading
If this life were indeed an empty play, If This Were Faith If this world's things were only based on show, oh!
If those I loved were lost If Thou Couldst Empty All Thyself Of Self If thou drinkest wine, drink it with intelligent people,
If thou hast drunk wine every consecutive day of the If Thoult Be Mine If Truth in Hearts That Perish
If We Must Die If What we could -- were what we would If Wishes Were Horses
If wrecked upon the Shoal of Thought If You are a Man If you fancy that your people came of better stock than mine
If You Forget Me If You Had A Friend If you have sense, true senselessness attain,
If you know to what to cling upon this walk around If You Only Knew If you refuse me once and think again
If you seek Him, abandon child and wife, If you should tire of loving me If you were coming in the Fall
If you were coming in the fall If you will listen to me, I will give you some advice: If your Nerve deny you
If your own satisfaction consists in casting grief into a If, like a ball, earth to my house were borne, Ignorance
Ignorance Ignorant Before The Heavens Of My Life II
II II II
Ii Inky II. LEGEND II. Safety
II. The Pauper Witch of Grafton II. Written at Bamborough Castle III
III III. O Thou whose stern command and precepts pure.. III. The Dead
III. THE PARIAHS THANKS Ike Waltons Prayer Ikon: The Harrowing of Hell
Il Penseroso Ill clutch -- and clutch Ill send the feather from my Hat!
I'Ll Tell You A Story Ill tell you how the Sun rose Ill tell you what you Wanderers
Illinois Farmer Ill-Starred Illusion
Illusions Illusions Illustrious Ancestors
Illustrious Prophet! whom all kings obey, Im A Fool To Love You Im ceded -- Ive stopped being Theirs --
I'm clever whenever Im going out im going to give up loving you
Im In Love Im nobody! Who are you? Im saying every day
Im Scared Of It All Im sorry for the Dead -- Today -- Im the little Hearts Ease!
Im wife -- Ive finished that Im Your Man Image of Light Adieu --
Images images of snow - february 1996 Imagination
Imagination Imagining Defeat Imagining you'd come to say goodbye..
Imanuel Ehrenhardt Imitate the tulip which flowers at New-year's; take, like Imitated From The Japanese
Imitation Imitation Imitations of Horace: The First Epistle of the Second Book
Immigrants Immolated Immortal is an ample word
Immortal love forever full Immortality Immortality
Immortality Immortality Immortality
Immrama Immured in Heaven! Impatience
Imperfection IMPERIAL REVELS Implications of One Plus One
Implosions IMPOSSIBILITIES: TO HIS FRIEND Impossibility like Wine
Impossible To Tell Impotens Impression - Le Reveillon
Impression De Voyage Impression Du Matin Impromptu to Lady Winchelsea
Improvisations: Light And Snow Impute not to the wheel of the heavens all the good In 200 B.C
In a Back Alley In A Bath Teashop In a Boat
In a Breath In A Breton Cemetery In a Castle
In a Churchyard In A Classroom In A Dark Time
In a Disused Graveyard In A Eweleaze Near Weatherbury In a Garden
In a Garden In A Gondola In a Lecture Room
In A Light Time In a London Drawingroom In A London Square
In a lone waste I saw a debauchee, In a lonely place In a Minor Key
In A Motel Parking Lot Thinking Of Dr. Williams In A Museum In a Southern Garden
In a Spring Grove In A Station Of The Metro In a Train
In A Vacant House In a Vale In a Wood
IN A WORD In A Year In Abbot Zan's Room at Dayun Temple: Four Poems (1)
In Abbot Zan's Room at Dayun Temple: Four Poems (2) In Abbot Zan's Room at Dayun Temple: Four Poems (3) In Abbot Zan's Room at Dayun Temple: Four Poems (4)
In Absence In Age In Allah's name, say, wherefore set the wise
In an Artists Studio IN AN ENGLISH GARDEN In an Old Farmhouse
In an Old Town Garden In Answer to a Request In Arthurs House
In As Much … IN AUGUST In autumn moonlight when the white air wan
In Back Of The Real In Barracks In Being's rondure do we stray belated,
In Bertrams Garden In Between the Strophes In Black Despair
In Bondage In Broken Images In Cabin'd Ships at Sea
In California During the Gulf War In Charidemum In Cheeban (a month) I must not embrace the vine; in
In Childhood In Church In Commendation Of Musick
In company with one dear friend, how pleasing to me In Connemara In Darkness
In Defence of the Bush In Dispraise Of Poetry In Drear-Nighted December
In drinking thus it is not my design In Due Form In Due Season
In Ebon Box when years have flown In Effigiem Oliveri Cromwell In Examination
In Excelsis In Faith In falling Timbers buried --
In Flanders Field In Former Songs In Fountain Court
In Guernsey - To Theodore Watts In Harbor In Harbour
In Hardwood Groves IN HARM'S WAY In heaven
In heaven is seen the bull we name Parwin, In Heaven's name! with what hope does the sage attach In Hilly-Wood
In Honour Of St. Alphonsus Rodriguez In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess Queen ELIZABETH In Honour of the City of London
In January In lands I never saw -- they say In Love For Long
In Lovers Lane In love's great ocean, whose calm-shelter'd shore In Lupum
In many and reportless places In Maximum IN MAY
In May In Me Past Present Future meet In Memoriam
In Memoriam In Memoriam 131: O Living Will That Shalt Endure In Memoriam 16: I envy not in any moods
In Memoriam 3: O Sorrow Cruel Fellowship In Memoriam 82: I Wage Not Any Feud With Death In Memoriam A. H. H. Obiit MDCCCXXXIII: 3. O Sorrow cruel
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 105. To-night ungatherd let us leave In Memoriam A. H. H.: 11. Calm is the morn without a sound In Memoriam A. H. H.: 118. Contemplate all this work of Tim
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 121. Sad Hesper oer the buried sun In Memoriam A. H. H.: 126. Love is and was my Lord and King In Memoriam A. H. H.: 131. O living will that shalt endure
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 15. To-night the winds begin to rise In Memoriam A. H. H.: 16. I Envy not in any Moods In Memoriam A. H. H.: 2. Old Yew which graspest at the sto
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 22. The path by which we twain did go In Memoriam A. H. H.: 39. Old warder of these buried bones In Memoriam A. H. H.: 45. The baby new to earth and sky
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 5. Sometimes I Hold it half a Sin In Memoriam A. H. H.: 54. Oh yet we Trust that somehow Goo In Memoriam A. H. H.: 55. The wish that of the living whol
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 6. One writes that Other Friends Rem In Memoriam A. H. H.: 7. Dark house by which once more I s In Memoriam A. H. H.: 78. Again at Christmas did we weave
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 82. I wage not any feud with death In Memoriam A. H. H.: 83. Dip down upon the northern shore In Memoriam A. H. H.: 95. By night we lingerd on the lawn
In Memoriam A. H. H.: 99. Risest thou thus dim dawn again In Memoriam A. H. H.: Is it then regret for buried time In Memoriam A. H. H.: The Prelude
In Memoriam A. HIn Memoriam A. H. H.: 56. So careful of the type? but no.: 55. The wish that of the living whol In Memoriam Mae Noblitt In Memoriam Paul Celan
In Memoriam: Four Poets In Memory In Memory of a Child
In Memory of a Happy Day in February In Memory Of Alfred Pollexfen In Memory of Anyone Unknown to Me
In Memory Of Eva Gore-Booth And Con Markiewicz In Memory of F.P In Memory of Jane Fraser
In Memory of M. B In Memory of Maggie In Memory Of Major Robert Gregory
In Memory Of My Mother In Memory of Radio In Memory of Rupert Brooke
In Memory of Sigmund Freud In memory of that excellent person Mrs. Mary Lloyd of Bodidrist in Denbigh-shire In Memory of W. B. Yeats
In Memory of Walter Savage Landor In Midnight Sleep In Mind
In Modern Dress In My Craft Or Sullen Art In my dreams
In My Lodge at Wang Chuan(After a Long Rain.) In My Own Shire If I Was Sad In My Solitary Hours in My Dear Husband his Absence
In My Youth I Was a Tireless Dancer In Neglect In No Strange Land
In Paradise, they tell us, Houris dwell, In Paths Untrodden In philosophy, if you are an Aristotle or a Bouzourdj-mehr;
In Plaster In Port In Port
In Praise Of Henna In Praise of Songs that Die In Praise Of Writing Letters
In Prison In Progress In rags mysterious as these
In Rainy September In re a Gentleman One In Reference to Her Children
In Response To A Rumor That The Oldest Whorehouse In Wheeling West Virginia Has Been Condemned In reverent sort to mosque I wend my way, In Romney Marsh
In Salutation to the Eternal Peace In San Lorenzo In Sark
in search of milk and paradise In September In slandering and reviling you persist,
In Snow In snow thou comest -- In Spain
In spring and summer winds may blow In spring rain In Springtime
In springtime let me sit upon the edge of a broad IN SUMMER IN SUMMER
IN SUMMER TIME In synagogue and cloister, mosque and school, In Tall Grass
In Taras Halls In taverns better far commune with Thee, In Tempore Senectutis
In Tempore Senectutis In Tenebris In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husbands Safe Arrival
In The Back of the Real In The Baggage Room At Greyhound In the Bay
In the Beck In The Beginning In The Beginning
In the Black Forest In the cicada's cry In The Cool Of The Evening
In the Country In the Dark Pine-Wood In the Days of the Golden Rod
In The Days When The World Was Wide In The Deep Museum In the depth of our love dwells all faith
In the Depths In The Depths of Solitude In the desert
In the Droving Days In The End In The Event Of My Demise
In the face of the decrees of Providence, nothing avails In The Firelight In the first place, my being was given me without my
In The Foam In the footsteps of the walking air In The Forest
IN THE FOREST In The Garden In the garden of our love
In The Gold Room - A Harmony In The Green And Gallant Spring In the Greenest of our Valleys
In the High Leaves of a Walnut In the Highlands In The Hills
In the Holy Nativity of our Lord In the Home Stretch In the house chosen by our love
In the Jewish Synagogue at Newport In The Kalahari Desert In the Long Run
In the Matter of One Compass In the midst of this whirlpool of the world, hasten to In the Mile End Road
In The Moonlight IN THE MORNING In the Morning of Life
In the mosque, in the medresseh (school annexed to In The Naked Bed In Platos Cave In the Neolithic Age
In the New Garden in all the Parts In The New Sun In the Next Galaxy
In the night In The Night In the Night
In the Nower In the Old Age of the Soul In The Old Theatre Fiesole
In the Park IN THE PICTURE GALLERY In the Pink
In The Poppy Field In the Rangitaki Valley In the region of hope, form as many friends as you
In the regions of the soul, it is necessary to walk with In The Same Space In the season of flowers, drink rose-colored wine; drink
In The Secular Night In The Seven Woods In the shadow of a broken house
In the Shadow of the Palace In The Slight Ripple The Mind Perceives The Heart IN THE SMALL HOURS
IN THE SMALL HOURS In the Smoking Car In the Stable
In the Stalls In The States In The Storm Of Roses
In the Storm that is to come In the Street In The Summer
In the sweet spring a grassy bank I sought, IN THE TENTS OF AKBAR In the thickets shade
In the Time of Tyrants In the Train In the Trenches
In the twilight rain In the Valley of Cauteretz In The Valley Of The Elwy
In The Vaulted Way In The Village Of My Ancestors In The Virgins
In the waiting Room In The Well In the Wilderness
In The Willow Shade In the Womb In these latter-day
In these twin compasses, O Love, you see In this castle which by its splendor rivals the heavens, In this eternally revolving zone,
In this rugged winter In this short Life In this world
In this World In this world, he who commands a loaf of bread and In this world, this house of pilferers, it is useless to
In this world, where each breath we breathe leads to In Those Years In Three Days
In thy long Paradise of Light In Time Of The Breaking Of Nations In Trouble
In truth wine is a spirit thin as air, In truth, wine is a limpid spirit in the cup; in the body In Umbria
In Valleys of Springs and Rivers In Vision I Roamed In Westminster Abbey
In White: Frosts Early Version Of Design In Winter in my Room In Youth
In Youth I have Known One In Żelazowa Wola Inaugural Poem
Incantation Incantation Incarnate Devil
Incendiary Incense Inchcape Rock
Incident Incident Of The French Camp Include Me Out
INCOMPATABILITIES Inconceivably solemn! Incurable
Indeed indeed I cannot tell Indefinite space, which, by co-substance night, Independence
Independence Ode Indian Boyhood Indian Dancer
Indian Dancers Indian Love Song Indian Song
Indian Summer Indian Weavers Indications The
Indifference Indifference Indignation Jones
INDIGNATION! Individuality Inexpensive Progress
Inextinguibles (Immutable) INFAMOUS POET Infant Joy
Infant Sorrow INFANTILE INFLUENCE Infelice
Inferential Inferno (English) Inferno (Italian)
Inferno Canto 01 Inferno Canto02 Inferno Canto03
Infidelity Infinite Infirmities
Influence Ingrateful Beauty Threatened Inheritance
Inheritance—His Initial Love Injustice
Inland Inner Man Inner Space
Innermost One Innocence Inscription
Inscription 01 - For A Tablet At Godstow Nunnery Inscription 02 - For A Column At Newbury Inscription 03 - For A Cavern That Overlooks The River Avon
Inscription 04 - For The Apartment In Chepstow-Castle Inscription 05 - For A Monument At Silbury-Hill Inscription 06 - For A Monument In The New For
Inscription 07 - For A Tablet On The Banks Of A Stream Inscription 08 - For The Cenotaph At Ermenonville INSCRIPTION FOR A CRUCIFIX.{1}
Inscription for my little sons silver plate Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom Inscription for the Entrance to a Wood
Inscriptions for a Friends House Insect Heads Insects
Insensibility Inside And Outside Inside Ayers Rock
Inside powers Insomnia Insomnia
Insomnia I Insomnia. Homer. Taut canvas Insomniac
Insomniac Inspiration INSPIRATION
Inspiration Inspiration Inspiration
INSPIRATION FROM A VISITATION OF MY MUSE Instans Tyrannus Instants
Insufficiency Insularum Ocelle INSULT NOT THE FALLEN
Integrity Intention To Escape From Him Interim
Interior Interior Interior
Interior Portrait Interregnum Interruption
Interview Intery, Mintery Intima (Intimate)
Intimates Into My Heart an Air that Kills Into My Own
Into the Dusk-Charged Air Into The Twilight Intolerance
Intorduction to the Songs of Experience Intramuros Introduction To Poetry
Introduction To The Song Of Hiawatha Introduction to the Songs of Innocence Introductory Verses
Introspection Introspective Reflection Intrusion
Invention Inventory Invern
Inversnaid Investigating Flora Invictus
INVITATION TO LOVE Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore Invocation
Invocation INVOCATION Invocation To The Muses
Invocation to Youth IONE Ione Dead the Long Year
Ionian Ionicus Ippolit Konovaloff
Irám indeed is gone Ireland Ireland Ireland
Ireland With Emily Irene Irish Love Song
Irkallas White Caves Iron Irony
Irony Irreparableness Is a friend faithless? spurn him as a foe;
Is Bliss then such Abyss Is Heaven a Physician? Is Immortality a bane
Is it dead -- Find it Is It For Now Or For Always Is It Possible
Is it too late to touch you Dear? Is it true dear Sue? Is it Well with the Child?
Is My Team Ploughing Is there any reward? Is White a Color?
Is/Not Isa Nutter Isaac and Archibald
Isabella or The Pot of Basil Isaiah 40:28-31 Isaiah 43: 18-20
Isaiah Beethoven Isaiah LXIII Isandlwana
Iseult Of Brittany Isles of Greece The Isolation: To Marguerite
Israfel It All Will Come Out Right It always felt to me -- a wrong
It bloomed and dropt a Single Noon -- It Blows A Snowing Gale It came at last but prompter Death
It came his turn to beg -- It cant be Summer! It ceased to hurt me though so slow
It chanced into a potter's shop I strayed, It did not surprise me It dont sound so terrible -- quite -- as it did
It dropped so low -- in my Regard -- It feels a shame to be Alive It has been some time
It is a lonesome Glee -- It Is A Spring Afternoon It is an honorable thought
it is at moments after i have dreamed It is easy to work when the soul is at play It is I who am the chief of habitual patrons of the
It Is Later Than You Think It Is March It Is Much
It is necessary that our existence be effaced from the It Is Not A Word It is not Always May
It Is Not Growing Like A Tree It is not necessary to knock at every door unless there It is not necessary to soften and disgrace a joyous heart
It Is Not the Tear At This Moment Shed It Is So Simple It is the effect of thy ignorance which makes thee fear
It Is the Hour It is the rim of the wine-jar which we have chosen for It is Thou who disposest of the lot of the living and
It is we who are the true aim of universal creation; it It is we who buy old wine and new wine, and it is we It is we who have confidence in the divine goodness,
It knew no lapse nor Diminuation -- It knew no Medicine -- It makes no difference abroad --
It might be lonelier It Might Have Been It Nods and Curtseys and Recovers
It once happened IT RAINED THE DAY THEY BURIED TITO PUENTE It rises -- passes -- on our South
It sifts from Leaden Sieves It sounded as if the Streets were running It stole along so stealthy
It struck me -- every Day It tossed -- and tossed -- It troubled me as once I was --
It was a Grave yet bore no Stone It was a Lover and his Lass It was a quiet seeming Day --
It was a quiet way -- It Was an English Ladye Bright It was given to me by the Gods
It was June in the garden It was not Death for I stood up It was not death for I stood up
It Was Not Necessary To Study It was not Saint -- it was too large -- it was once called
It was too late for Man -- It was wrong to do this said the angel It will be Summer -- eventually
It Will Not Change It would be troublesome if my hand, accustomed to It would have starved a Gnat --
It would never be Common -- more -- I said It would not know if it were spurned Italia
Italian Music in Dakota ITCHING HEELS Item
Ithaka Its all I have to bring today Its coming -- the postponeless Creature
Its Dark in Here Its easy to invent a Life -- Its Forth Across The Roaring Foam
Its Grand Its Hour with itself Its like the Light
Its little Ether Hood Its Ours Its Raining In Love
Its such a little thing to weep Its This Way Its thoughts -- and just One Heart
Itylus Iuuentius Cycle IV
IV. The Dead IV. To the River Wenbeck Ivas Pantoum
Ive a Pain in my Head Ive a Secret to Tell Thee Ive dropped my Brain -- My Soul is numb --
Ive got an arrow here Ive heard an Organ talk sometimes Ive known a Heaven like a Tent
Ive Never Had It Done So Gently Before Ive none to tell me to but Thee Ive nothing else -- to bring You know
Ive seen a Dying Eye IX IX. O Poverty! though from thy haggard eye..
J was a jackdaw J was a jug J was some Apple Jam
J. Milton Miles Jabberers Jabberwocky
Jabed Meeker Humorist Jack jack – beyond the digits
Jack And His Fiddle Jack And Jill Jack Dunn of Nevertire
Jack Honest or the Widow and Her Son Jack Jelf Jack Jingle
Jack London and O. Henry Jack McGuire Jack Sprat
Jacke-On-Both-Sides Jacob Godbey Jacob Goodpasture
Jada Jadis Jaloppy Joy
James Garber JAMES SIMMONS R.I.P JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
Jan Kubelik Jane Jane and Eliza
Jane Icin (For Jane - In Turkish) Jangling Memory January 1
January 1795 January 1939 January 2
January 24 January 3 January 31
January 31 (The sky is crumbling...) Janus Japan
Japanese lullaby Jasmines Javanese Dancers
Jaws Jazz Chick Jazz Fantasia
Jazzanatomy Je Suis Je Suis une table
JEALOUS Jealousy Jealousy
Jean Desprez Jeanne dArc Jeanne dArc Returns
Jeduthan Hawley Jefferson Howard Jehovah Jesus
Jehovah Our Righteousness Jehovah-Jireh. The Lord Will Provide Jehovah-Nissi. The Lord My Banner
Jehovah-Rophi. I Am the Lord That Healeth Thee Jehovah-Shalom. The Lord Send Peace Jehovah-Shammah
Jennie MGrew Jenny Carrister The Heroine of Lucknow-Mine Jenny kissd Me
Jenny Kissed Me Jenny Wren Jeremiah 29:11-13
Jeremy Carlisle Jerome Jerry Hall
JERSEY Jerusalem Jerusalem
jerusalem and redcurrants Jerusalem: England! awake! awake! awake! Jerusalem: I see the Four-fold Man The Humanity in deadly sleep
Jessie Jessie Jesus Hasting to Suffer
Jesus Thou Divine Companion Jesus! thy Crucifix Jet
Jewels Jewry hath seen a thousand prophets die, Jilted
JILTED Jim Jim
Jim Jim Brown Jim Carew
Jimmy Dooleys Army Jinny the Just Jinzhu Ridge
Jito Tenno Jj Jammy J--K. Huysmans
Job Interview Job the Rejected Jobson Of The Star
Jock Jock of Hazeldean Joe Ramsbottom
Joey JOGGIN' ERLONG JOHANNA SEBUS
John Anderson John Ballard John Barleycorn
John Brown John Cabanis John Coltrane
John Donne - The Paradox John Ericsson Day Memorial 1918 John Evereldown
John Gorham John Hancock Otis John Horace Burleson
John Keats John Kinsellas Lament For Mrs. Mary Moore John M. Church
John Rouat the Fisherman John Skelton John Smith
John Wasson Johnnie Sayre Johnny Boer
JOHNNY SPEAKS Johnson's Antidote Joliet
Jonah Jonah and the Grampus Jonas Keene
Jonathan Houghton Jonathan Swift Somers Joness Porvate Argyment
Jordan Joseph Dixon Josephs Coat
Joshua 24:14-15 Josiah Tompkins Jottings of New York
Journey Journey Home Journey Into The Interior
Journey Of The Magi Journeys End Joy
JOY Joy JOY
Joy and Peace in Believing Joy and Pleasure JOY AND SORROW
Joy and Sorrow chapter VIII Joy Shipmate Joy! Joy to have merited the Pain --
Joy-Bells Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee joy-notes
Juan In Middle Age Juans Song Jubal and Tubal Cain
Jubilate Agno (excerpt) Jubilate Agno: Fragment A Jubilate Agno: Fragment B Part 1
Jubilate Agno: Fragment B Part 3 Jubilate Agno: Fragment B Part 4 Jubilate Agno: Fragment C
Jubilate Agno: Fragment D Judge Selah Lively Judge Somers
Judgement Judgment Day Judgment is justest
Judson Stoddard Jueju (Enjoying Flowers Walking Alone on a Riverbank, No. 5 of 7) Jueju (Enjoying Flowers Walking Alone on a Riverbank, No. 6 of 7)
Jueju Free Mood, No. 3 of 9 (I Know Well That My Thatched Hut) Jueju Free Mood, No. 7 of 9 (The Path is Paved With Poplar Catkins) Jueju, No. 1 of 2 (In Late Sun, the River and Hills are Beautiful)
Jueju, No. 2 of 2 (The River's Blue, The Bird a Perfect White) Jueju, No. 3 of 4 (Two Golden Orioles Sing in the Green Willows) Jug
Juggler Juggling Jerry Jugurtha
Juke Box Love Song Julia Miller Julian and Maddalo (excerpt)
Julian Scott Julie Claire Juliet
Julot The Apache July 10 July 12
July Fourth By The Ocean Jumbo Jet Jump Cabling
Jump Rope June June
June JUNE June 11
June 19 June 6 June Dreams In January
June Light June Sick Room Jungheimers
Just as He spoke it from his Hands Just Because Just Before April Came
Just Keep Quiet and Nobody Will Notice Just Like Me Just lost when I was saved!
Just Once Just Once! Oh least Request! Just so -- Jesus -- raps
Just Think! Just Thinking Just Walking Around
JUST WHISTLE A BIT Justice Justice
Justice Arnett Justice Denied In Massachusetts Justice is the soul of the universe, the universe is the
Justification Juvenilia An Ode to Natural Beauty K was a great new Kite
K was a kingfisher: K was a kite Ka Ba
Kafkas Hat Kail Yard Bard Kakinomoto no Hitomaro
Kallundborg Church ( From The Tent on the Beach) Karma Karma Repair Kit: Items 1-4
Kashmiri Song Kashmiri Song by Juma Kaspar Is Dead
Katherine Kathleen Katie Drummond
Katrinas Sun-Dial Kawara no Sadaijin Keats
Keats Keen Fitful Gusts are Whispring Here and There KEEP A SONG UP ON DE WAY
KEEP A-PLUGGIN' AWAY Keep from the trouble and vexation of aiming to acquire Keep thyself from drinking wine in the company of a
Keepe On Your Maske (Version for his Mistress) Keepe On Your Maske And Hide Your Eye Keeping Going
Keeping Things Whole Keepsake Mill Kelly Of The Legion
Khaja! grant one request, and only one, Khan Zada's Song on the Hillside Khayyam! rejoice that wine you still can pour,
Khayyam! why weep you that your life is bad? Khayyam, who long time stitched the tents of learning, Khayyam, who sewed the tents of philosophic lore, is
Khayyam's respects to Mustafa convey, Kiama Kicks
KIDNAPED Kill your Balm -- and its Odors bless you Killers
Killers Killing The Love Kim
Kin Kin To Sorrow KINDERGARTEN PORTRAIT OF MY MOTHER AT MARDI GRAS
Kinderhymne (Childrens Hymn) Kindliness Kindness
Kindness to friends and foes 'tis well to show, Kinetic poem no.2 King And No King
King Arthurs Men Have Come Again King Arthurs Tomb KING CANUTE
KING LOUIS XVII King of the River King Trisanku
Kingdom of Love Kings Kings live in Palaces and Pigs in sties
Kings Must Die Kinky Kinsey Keene
Kinship Kiplings Vermont Kisen Hoshi
Kisiabaton Kiss Kissass
Kisses KISSING COBBLESTONES IN KEIGHLEY Kissing time
KISSING USURY Kitcheners School Kittens
Kk Kity Klage Knee Song
Knee-Deep in June Knock with tremor -- Knocked Up
Know Celia Since Thou Art So Proud Know You The River NEar To Grez Know you why, at the break of day, the early-rising
Knowledge Knowledge Knowlt Hoheimer
Knows how to forget! Knoxville Tennessee Knucks
Koening Of The River Koko Tenno Kore
Korean Mums Kosmos Kotri, by the River
Kreisler Krinken Krishna
Kubla Khan Kubla Khan Kyrenaikos
L was a fine new Lamp L was a light L was a lily
l(a La Bella Donna Della Mia Mente La Belle Dame sans Merci
La Casada Infiel La courbe de tes yeux La dètresse senroule
La Figlia che Piange La fin La Fuite De La Lune
La Gitana La Guitarra LA MER
La Nue La Nuit Blanche La nuit souvre lorage
La Paloma in London La Passion Vaincue La Regina Avrillouse
La Solitude de St. Amant La Vita Nuova Labor Day
Lachin Y Gair Lad of Athens faithful be Ladies And Gentlemen In Outer Space
LAdieu Lady At A Mirror Lady button-eyes
Lady Clare Lady Lazarus Lady Love
Lady On A Balcony Ladybird Lain in Nature -- so suffice us
Lake Lalila, to the Ferengi Lover Lalla Rookh
LAllegro Lambert Hutchins Lambs
Lament LAMENT Lament
Lament Lament (O how all things are far removed) Lament (Whom will you cry to heart?)
Lament for Boromir Lament For Culloden Lament for Eorl the Young
Lament For Ignacio Sanchez Mejias Lament For Meng Hao-Jan Lament for the Makers
Lament for Zenocrate Lament not fortune's want of constancy, Lament of the Frontier Guard
Lamentations LAmitie: To Mrs. M. Awbrey Lancelot
land Land Ho! Land Mine
Landing Under Water I See Roots Landowners Landscape
Landscape Landscape At The End Of The Century Landscape of a Pissing Multitude
Landscape of a Vomiting Multitude Landscape With The Fall Of Icarus Landscapes
Landscapes Languages Languid And Sad And Slow From Day To Day
Lapis Lazuli Lara Large Bad Picture
Larghetto Larksong Larry Levis
LArt Last Answers Last Curtain
Last Hill In A Vista Last Instructions to a Painter Last Invocation The
Last Lines Last Lines Last Look
Last Love Last News About The Little Box Last Night As I Was Sleeping
Last night I dashed my cup against a stone, Last Night I Dreamed of Chickens Last Night I Drove A Car
Last night I had a dream Last night that idol who enchants my heart, Last night upon the river bank we lay,
Last night, as I reeled from the tavern door, Last Sonnet Last time I think
Last Week Last Will And Testament Last Word To Childhood
Last Words Last Words Last Words
Last Words To A Dumb Friend Last Words to Miriam Late
Late Afternoon: The Onslaught Of Love Late Autumn Late Autumn In Venice
Late Evening Song Late Fragment Late Late So Late
Late Leaves Late Light Late Love
Late Moon Late O Miller Late Ripeness
Late September Late Spring Late Summer
Late Summer Fires Lately our poets Later life
Lather As You Go Laughing Blue Steel Laughing Corn
Laughing Rose Laughing Song Laughter
Laughter and Tears IX Laughter In The Senate Laus Deo
Laus Mariae Lausanne In Gibbons Old Garden: 11-12 p.m Laws for Creations
Laws XIII Lawyer Lay His Sword By His Side
Lay It Away Lay this Laurel on the One Layover
Lays of Sorrow Lazarus Laziness
Le Directeur Le Gout du Néant LE JARDIN
LE JARDIN DES TUILERIES Le Manteau De Pascal LE PANNEAU
Le Pont Mirabeau Le Roy Goldman Le Verbe ?tre
Lead Soldiers Lean Out of the Window Leaning Into The Afternoons
Leaning Over Eros Learn To Like Learning
Learning by Doing Learning the Trees Learning to Go Alone
Least Bee that brew -- Least Rivers -- docile to some sea Leather Leggings
Leave knowledge and take the cup in thy hand. Disturb Leave Me My Blamer XIII Leave Me O Love Which Reachest But To Dust
Leave Me O Love Which Reachest But to Dust Leave This Leaves
Leaves Leaves Compared With Flowers Leaves From Australian Forests - Dedication
Leaves of Grass Leave-Taking Leaving and Leaving You
Leaving Early Leaving White King City Lebennin
Leda Leda And The Swan LEEDS
LEEDS 2002 Leffingwell Left in immortal Youth
LEFTOVERS Leg Over Leg Legend
LEGEND LEGEND Legend of the Albino Farm
Legends legs rivers and age LEILI
Leipzig Leisure Leisure
Lemures Length of Moon Lengthening Days
Lenore Lent Lenten Flowers
Lenten Thoughts of a High Anglican LEnvoi LEnvoi
LEnvoi LEnvoi LEnvoi
LEnvoi LEnvoi LEnvoi
LEnvoi L'ENVOI Lenvoy
Leonora LEOPOLD DUKE OF BRUNSWICK Lepanto
Lepracaun or Fairy Shoemaker The LES BALLONS Les Colchiques
Les Fenêtres Les Grands Mutiles Les idéaux
Les Lauriers Sont Coupée Les non et les zéro Les pas
Les Silhouettes Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye Lesbos
LEscargot DOr Less Time Less Time
Lesson Lesson 1 Lesson In Grammar
Lessons Lessons In Hunger Lest any doubt that we are glad that they were born Today
Lest they should come -- is all my fear Lest this be Heaven indeed Let America Be America Again
Let down the Bars Oh Death -- Let Erin Remember the Days of Old Let Evening Come
Let him rejoice who has a loaf of bread, Let It Be Forgotten Let It Enfold You
Let Love Go If Go She Will Let Love Go On Let lovers all distraught and frenzied be,
Let me be to Thee as the circling bird Let Me Die a Youngmans Death Let Me Enjoy
Let Me Not Forget Let me not mar that perfect Dream Let me not thirst with this Hock at my Lip
Let my body mingle with the dust Let my first Knowing be of thee Let not base avarice enslave thy mind,
Let not the fear of future things yellow thy cheeks; let Let others Rhodes (LAUDABUNT ALII) Let such pure hate still underprop
Let Them Alone Let us both sit down on the old worm-eaten bench Let Us Have Madness
Let Us play Yesterday -- Let us recommence the course of our pleasures and Let us sell the diadem of Khan, the crown of Kai, let
Let us shake off dull reason's incubus, Let us, in our love and ardour Lethe in my flower
Letter LETTER FROM HAWORTH LETTER FROM KIRKHEATON
LETTER FROM LEEDS Letter Home LETTER I
Letter In November Letter Of Recommendation From My Father To My Future Wife Letter S
Letter to an Archaeologist Letter To Kizer From Seattle LETTER TO MICHAEL HOROVITZ
Letter to mother Letter to My Lover After Seven Years Letter To My Wife
Letter to N.Y Letter to S.S. from Mametz Wood Letters
Letters From A Man In Solitary Letters To Dead Imagists LETTERS TO FRIENDS
Leudemans-on-the-River Lewin and Gynneth Liaison
Libertatis Sacra Fames Liberty Liberty Enlightening the World
Liberty Needs Glasses Libido Lichtenberg
Lie Still Sleep Becalmed Liebestod Liebestod
Lies About Love LIFE Life
Life Life Life
Life Life Life
Life Life Life
Life Life -- is what we make of it -- Life and Art
Life and Death and Giants -- Life Cycles Life doesn't frighten me at all
Life in a Bottle Life In A Love Life Is A Privilege
Life Is Fine LIFE IS THE BODYS LIGHT Life passes on…
Life Through My Eyes Life, void of wine, and minstrels with their lutes, Life's caravan is hastening on its way;
Life's fount is wine, Khizir its guardian, Lifes Harmonies Lifes Progress
Lifes Scars Lifes Tragedy LIFE'S TRAGEDY
Life's well-spring lurks within that lip of thine! Lift Every Voice and Sing Lift it -- with the Feathers
Lift Not The Painted Veil Which Those Who Live Light Light
Light and Dark Light And Warmth Light As The Linnet On My Way I Start
Light Between the Trees Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines Light Hearted Author
Light Hearted William Light Is More Important Than The Lantern Light is sufficient to itself --
Light Of Love Light Shining out of Darkness Lighthouse in the Night
Lighting one candle Lightly Come or Lightly Go Lightly stepped a yellow star
Lights Out Lights Out Ligne imaginaire
Like Like a bad suitor desperate and trembling Like A Flower In The Rain
Like a Roz Like A Scarf Like A Scarf
Like An Angel LIKE AND LIKE Like as the skies rain down sweet jessamine,
Like Barley Bending Like Brooms of Steel Like eyes that looked on Wastes
Like Flowers that heard the news of Dews Like her the Saints retire LIKE JESUS
Like Men and Women Shadows walk Like Mighty Foot Lights -- burned the Red Like Rain it sounded till it curved
Like Snow Like Some Old fashioned Miracle Like the Touch of Rain
Like The Trains Beat Like The Water Like Times insidious wrinkle
Like to a ship that storms urge on its course, Like trains of cars on tracks of plush Like Truthless Dreams So Are My Joys Expired
Like tulips in the Spring your cups lift up, Like unto a sparrow-hawk, I am flying away from this LI'L' GAL
Lilian Lilian Stewart Lily Magnolia Enclosure
Lily-Bell and Thistledown Song I Lily-Bell and Thistledown Song II LILYS MENAGERIE
Limbo LIMITATIONS Limitations
Limited Limitless Limits
Limits Lincoln LINCOLN
Lincoln LINCOLN THE MAN OF THE PEOPLE Linda Pastan - Vermilion
Lindy Lou Lineage Lines
Lines Lines by Taj Mahomed Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey
Lines Composed in a Wood on a Windy Day Lines For A Christmas Card Lines For Winter
Lines from Lines from Endymion Lines in Defence of the Stage
Lines in Praise of Mr. J. Graham Henderson Hawick Lines in Praise of Professor Blackie Lines in Praise of the Lyric Club Banquet
Lines in Praise of Tommy Atkins Lines Indited With All The Depravity Of Poverty Lines Inscribed on The Wall of a Dungeon in The Southern P of I
Lines inscribed to P. de Loutherbourg Esq. R. A Lines Inscribed Upon A Cup Formed From A Skull Lines On A Young Ladys Photograph Album
Lines on Curll Lines On Facing Forty Lines on Hearing it Declared that No Women Were So Handsome as the English
Lines On Hearing That Lady Byron Was Ill Lines On Reading Too Many Poets LINES ON SEEING SCHILLERS SKULL
Lines On The Loss Of The Titanic Lines On The Mermaid Tavern Lines to a Don
Lines to an Indian Air Lines To Be Embroidered On A Bib Lines to Him Who Will Understand Them
Lines to the memory of Richard Boyle Esq Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills Lines Written at Thorp Green
Lines Written Beneath An Elm In The Churchyard Of Harrow Lines Written by the Side of a River Lines Written During A Period Of Insanity
Lines Written From Home Lines Written In Dejection Lines Written In Early Spring
Lines Written in Kensington Gardens Lines Written In Recapitulation Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici
Lines Written In The Belief That The Ancient Roman Festival Of The Dead Was Called Ambarvalia Lines Written In The Fannie Farmer Cookbook Lines Written on the Sea-Coast
Lingard and the Stars Lingering Linoz Isidoz
LInvitation au Voyage Lion and Honeycomb LION AND LIONESS
Lion In An Iron Cage Lionel Johnson Lion's dance
Lips and Eyes Lip-Stick Liz Lisette and Eileen
Listen Lord: A Prayer Listen to me, O thou who hast not seen old friends Listen!
Listening Listening Listening to a Flute in Yellow Crane Pavillion
Listening to the moon Lit Instructor Litanies of the Rose
Litany Litany to the Holy Spirit Little Aggie
Little all-aloney Little Ballads Of Timely Warning; II: On Malicious Cruelty To Harmless Creatures Little Ballads Of Timely Warning; III: On Laziness And Its Resultant Ills
Little Birds Little Bo-Peep Little Boy Blue
Little Brother LITTLE BROWN BABY Little Brown Baby
Little croodlin doo Little Exercise Little Flute
Little Fred Little Gidding Little Girl And Queen
Little Girls Must Not Fret Little Jack Horner Little Jamie
Little Jenny Wren Little Joke Little Jumping Joan
Little King Boggen Little Little Man LITTLE LUCY LANDMAN
Little Mack Little Maid Little miss brag
Little Moccasins Little Of Me Little Orphant Annie
Little Pierres Song Little Polly Flinders Little Popeet - the Lost Child
Little Puddleton Little Pussy Little Queen
Little Sleeps-Head Sprouting Hair in the Moonlight Little Spider Little Tear-Vase
Little Tom Tucker Little Viennese Waltz Little Willie
Little Words Little World Little-oh dear
Live Live in joy, for the time is coming when all the creatures Lively Hope and Gracious Fear
Lives he in any other world Living Living and a Dead Faith
Living In Sin LIVING REMEMBRANCE LIZA MAY
Lizards And Snakes Ll Larky Llewellyn and the Tree
Lo Now My Guest Lo! In Thine Honest Eyes I Read Lo! Victress on the Peaks
Loam Lobster For Lunch Local Lad
Localities Locations and Times Loch Katrine
Loch Leven Loch Ness Lochinvar
Lock And Key Locked Doors Locked Out
Locksley Hall Lodged Logos
Lohengrin Loin Cloth Lois Spears
Loitering with a Vacant Eye Lollingdon Downs VIII Lolotte Who Attires My Hair
London London 1802 London Bridge
London in July London Poets LONDON ROSES
London Voluntaries IV: Out of the Poisonous East Loneliness Loneliness
Loneliness Lonely Burial LONESOME
Lonesome Night Long ago LONG AGO
Long Distance I Long Distance II Long For This World
Long Guns Long I Thought that Knowledge Long Island Sound
Long Journey Long Long Ago Long Odds
Long Plighted Long Point Light Long Sight In Age
Long time have I delved in this inconstant world, this Long Time I Lay In Little Ease Long time in wine and rose I took delight,
Long time, indeed, with cup in hand, I walked among 'LONG TO'DS NIGHT Long too Long O Land!
Long Years apart -- can make no Longevity Longevity
Longfellow Longing LONGING
LONGING LONGING Longing
Longing LONGING Longing For You Suffices I Cannot Say Come
Longing is like the Seed Longing to be with Christ Longings for Home
Long-Legged Fly Look back on Time with kindly eyes -- Look Down Fair Moon
Look not in my eyes for fear Look What You Did Christopher! Look You Ill Go Pray
Looking Across the Fields and Watching the Birds Fly Looking Down in a Spring-rain Looking For A Monk And Not Finding Him
Looking For a Sunset Bird in Winter Looking Forward Looking into a Face
Looking Upwards in a Storm Looking Walking Being Looking-Glass River
Loon Point Loot Lord Finchley
Lord Kitchner Lord Let Me Live Lord Lundy
Lord of my Hearts Elation Lord Roberts Lord Roberts Triumphal Entry into Pretoria
LORD ROCHESTER'S SONG Lord Ullins Daughter Lord Walters Wife
Lord when the wise men came from farr Lord! make thy bounty's cup for me to flow, Lorelei
Lorraine Los Angeles 1954 Losers
Losing Track Loss And Gain Loss And Gain
LOSS FROM THE LEAST Losses Losses
Lost Lost Lost
Lost Lost Anchors Lost By Way of Tchin-Tabarden
Lost in the Prairie Lost in the Prairie Lost Kitten
Lost Love Lost Mistress Lost Shepherd
Lost Star Lost Time Lots Wife
Lots Wife Lottery Ticket Lotus
Lotus Hurt by the Cold Loud And Low In The Chimney Loud Music
Louis Armstrong And Duke Ellington LOUIS NAPOLEON Louis Napoleon
Louise Smith Louse Hunting LOVE
Love LOVE Love
Love Love Love
Love Love Love
Love Love Love -- is anterior to Life --
Love -- is that later Thing than Death -- Love -- thou art high Love (I)
Love (II) Love (III) Love After Love
Love Again Love Among The Ruins Love and a Question
Love and Black Magic Love And Death Love And Desire
Love and Fame and Death Love and Folly Love and Friendship
LOVE AND GRIEF Love and Harmony Love and Law
Love and Life Love And Madness Love And Marilyn Monroe
Love and Sleep Love and Sleep Love and the Gentle Heart
Love and the Novice LOVE AS A LANDSCAPE PAINTER Love Calls Us To The Things Of This World
Love came back at Fall o Dew Love Came to Us Love can do all but raise the Dead
Love Compared To A Game Of Tables Love Constrained to Obedience LOVE DESPOILED
LOVE DISLIKES NOTHING Love In A Life Love in a Look
Love In A Mist Love in Arizona Love In The Asylum
Love in the Valley Love in Twilight Love Incarnate
Love Is Love Is A Parallax Love Is Believable
Love is done when Loves begun Love is Enough Love is enough
Love Is Glorious Love is more thicker than forget Love Is Not All
Love Letter Love Letter Written In A Burning Building Love Lies Bleeding
Love Lies Sleeping LOVE LIGHTLY PLEASED Love Lives Beyond The Tomb
Love Much Love Of Jerusalem LOVE OF THE WOODLAND
Love Poem Love Poem Love Poem
Love Poem LOVE POEM TO MY HUSBAND OF THIRTY-ONE YEARS Love Preparing to Fly
Love reckons by itself -- alone -- Love Song Love Song
Love Song Love Song Love Song
Love Songs In Age Love Sonnet XVII Love the Soul of Poetry
Love The Wild Swan Love Though for This Love Thyself Last
Love Turned to Hatred Love walked alone Love We Must Part Now
Love What Is Love LOVE WHAT IT IS Love Will Wane
Love Without Hope Loveliest of Trees the Cherry Now LOVER IN ALL SHAPES
Lovers Lovers Gifts II: Come to My Garden Walk Lovers Gifts IV: She Is Near to My Heart
Lovers Gifts LII: Tired of Waiting Lovers Gifts LIV: In the Beginning of Time Lovers Gifts LVIII: Things Throng and Laugh
Lovers Gifts LXX: Take Back Your Coins Lovers Gifts V: I Would Ask For Still More Lovers Gifts VIII: There Is Room for You
Lovers Gifts XIII: Last Night in the Garden Lovers Gifts XIX: It Is Written in the Book Lovers Gifts XL: A Message Came
Lovers Gifts XLII: Are You a Mere Picture Lovers Gifts XLIII: Dying You Have Left Behind Lovers Gifts XLIV: Where Is Heaven
Lovers Gifts XLVII: The Road Is Lovers Gifts XLVIII: I Travelled the Old Road Lovers Gifts XVI: She Dwelt Here by the Pool
Lovers Gifts XVIII: Your Days Lovers Gifts XXII: I Shall Gladly Suffer Lovers Gifts XXVIII: I Dreamt
Lovers Gifts XXXIX: There Is a Looker-On LOVERS HOW THEY COME AND PART LOVER'S LANE
Lovers on Aran LOVER'S SONG LOVE'S APOTHEOSIS
Loves Blindness LOVE'S CASTLE LOVE'S CHASTENING
Loves Coming Loves Deity Love's devotees, not Moslems here you see,
LOVES DISTRESSES LOVE'S DRAFT Loves Emblems
Loves Gleaning Tide Loves Grave LOVE'S HUMILITY
Loves Language Loves Lantern Loves Last Adieu
Loves Loneliness Loves Nearness LOVE'S PHASES
Loves Philosophy LOVE'S PICTURES Loves Prayer
Loves Reality Loves Reason LOVE'S SEASONS
Loves Secret Loves Strategems Loves stricken why
Loves Supremacy LOVE'S TREACHEROUS POOL Loves Usury
Loves Vicissitudes Loves Young Dream Lovesong
LOVE-SONG LoveSpell: Against Endings Lovest Thou Me?
Loving Heart Loving In Truth And Fain In Verse My Love To Show Low at my problem bending
Low Barometer Low Tide on Grand Pré Low-Anchored Cloud
Lowly Laureate Low-Tide Loyalty
Loyalty Lucifer in Starlight Lucille
Lucinda Matlock Lucindy Jane Lucius Atherton
Luck Luck is not chance -- Lucky
Lucky Lucretius Lucy Ashtons Song
Lucy Locket Lui Et Elle Lukannon
Luke Havergal LULLABY Lullaby
Lullaby Lullaby Lullaby
Lullaby Lullaby Lullaby For The Cat
Lullaby of an Infant Chief Luna Luna Lake Haiku
Lunar Park Lune de Miel Lux My Fair Falcon
Lycidas Lydia Humphrey Lydia Puckett
Lydia, by all above (LYDIA, DIC PER OMNES) Lying Down Lying In A Hammock At William Duffys Farm In Pine Island Minnesota
Lying In Grass Lying in me Lyman frederick and jim
Lyman King Lyonesse Lyonnesse
Lyric of Love to Leah Lyric written in 1830 M was a dish of mince
M was a man M was a mill M. Degas Teaches Art and Science At Durfee Intermediate School--Detroit 1942
Mabel Osborne Mac Flecknoe Macavity: The Mystery Cat
Macdonoughs Song MacDougal Street MacGregors Gathering
Machines Mack The Knife MACTAVISH
Mad As The Mist And Snow Mad Blake Mad Day In March
Mad Girls Love Song Mad Judy Mad Maria
Mad Song Madam And Her Madam Madam And The Phone Bill
Madam La Maquise Madam Lifes a Piece in Bloom Madam Withouten Many Words
MADELAINE Madge: Ye Hoyden Madmans Song
Madmen Madness Madonna Mia
Madrigal MADRIGALE I MADRIGALE II
MADRIGALE III MADRIGALE IV Mae Marsh Motion Picture Actress
MAECENAS ATAVIS Mag Magdalen
Magdalen Walks Magellanic Penguin Magic
Magica Magna Carta Magna Est Veritas
Magnet Magpiety Magpiety
Magrady Graham Mahalia Jackson Mahomed Akram's Appeal to the Stars
MAHOMETS SONG Maid of Athens ere we part Maiden Name
MAIDEN WISHES Maidenhair Maidenhood
Maids In May Mail Call Main Street
Majestas Populi Make Bright The Arrows Make haste! soon must you quit this life below,
Make light to me the world's oppressive weight, Make me a picture of the sun Makers And Creatures
Making Good Making It Work Making Light Of It
Making Love To Concrete Making The Lion For All Its Got -- A Ballad Maktoob
Malachi 3:10 Malade Malaria
Malay Song Male Fashions for 1799 Malmaison
malvern abbey Malvern Hill Mama
Mama never forgets her birds Mamie Mammy
Mammy Hums Man Man
Man Man Alone Man And The Echo
Man and Wife Man Child Man I Am and Man Would Be Love
Man is a cup, his soul the wine therein, Man is the whole creation's summary, Man Listening To Disc
Man Sails The Deep Awhile Man the Man-Hunter Man, like a ball, hither and thither goes,
Mandalay Mangroves Manhattan Streets I Saunter'd Pondering
Manhole Covers Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front Manitoba Childe Roland
Mannahatta Manners MANS DYING-PLACE UNCERTAIN
Mans Injustice Towards Providence Mans Medley MAN'S SINFULNESS AND NEED OF REPENTANCE AND FORGIVENESS
Manteau Three Manual System Manuel Komninos
Manuelzinho Manufactured Gods Many a phrase has the English language
Many Are Called Many cross the Rhine Many fine heads, like bowls, the Brazier made,
Many have come, and run their eager race, Many Inventions Many People Come to Visit and Bring Wine After I Fell Off My Horse, Drunk
Many red devils ran from my heart Many Soldiers Many workmen
Maple Marble Stairs Grievance MARCH
March March March
March 1 March 26 1974 March 30
March Elegy March Evening March is the Month of Expectation
March Winds Marching Song Mare Liberum
MARE RUBRUM Margaret Margaret Fuller Slack
Margaritae Sorori MARGINALIA Marginalia
Mariana Mariana In The South Marie Antoinette
Marie Bateson MARIE LAVEAU TALKS ABOUT MAGIC FROM A CONFESSIONAL IN ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL Marigolds
Marina Marine Snow At Mid-Depths And Down Mariposa
Marizibill Mark Twain and Joan of Arc Marked with D
Market days Marketplace Report January 23, 1991 Marksman Sam
Marriage MARRIAGE AND FEASTS Marriage Bells
Marriage Thoughts: by Morsellin Khan Marsh Hymns Marshalls Mate
Martha Martha Martha Washington
Marthys younkit Martin Marvel of Marvels
Mary Mary - A Ballad Mary and Gabriel
Mary Ellen Mary Had A Little Frog Mary McNeely
Mary Morison Mary Pity Women! Mary smith
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Mary's Canary Marys Son
Marys Song Marzo Pazzo Mascots
Mask Mask Masks
Massachusetts To Virginia Masses Master And Mistress
Master Hugues Of Saxe-Gotha Master I Have Master of Music
Mater Dei Mater Dolorosa Mater Triumphalis
Maternity Mating Mating Saliva
Matins MATINS OR MORNING PRAYER Matthew 6:31-34
Matthew VIII28 ff Mattins Maturity
Maud Maud Muller Maude Clare
Maveric Maximism May
May May MAY
May 24 1980 May 24 1980 May 26
May 8 May and the Poets May Magnificat
May Miracle May Morning May Morning
MAY SONG MAY SONG May your bright eyes
Maya Maya Mayakovsky In New York: A Found Poem
Maybe Mazeppa MAZEPPA
Mazies Ghost McCluskys Nell McGonagalls Ode to the King
MCMXIV Me Me -- come! My dazzled face
Me — wheee! ME AND MY VERSE Me change! Me alter!
Me from Myself -- to banish -- Me Imperturbe Me prove it now -- Whoever doubt
Me thinks this heart.. Me up at does Me! Come! My dazzled face
Me! Come! My dazzled face Me, cruel Queen! you love to captivate, Meadowsweet
Meaning MEASURE OF TIME Medallion
Medallion Meddlesome Matty Mediaeval eventide song
Medical attention Mediocrity in Love Rejected Meditatio
Meditation By The Stove Meditation on a Bone Meditation On Saviors
Meditation on the A30 Meditation under Stars Meditations Divine and Moral
Meditations In Time Of Civil War Mediums Medusa
Medusa Meeting Meeting
Meeting Meeting Among the Mountains Meeting and Passing
Meeting at Night Meeting by Accident Meeting Li Guinian South of the River
Meg Merrilies Melancholetta MELANCHOLIA
Melancholia Melancholia Melancholly
Melancholy Melancholy Melancholy -- To Laura
Mélange Adultère de Tout Melmillo Melpomene
Memento Mementos Memoir
Memoir of a Proud Boy Memorabilia Memorabilia of Last Week
Memoranda Memorial Memorial Day
Memorial Day For The War Dead Memorial Tablet Memorial To D.C
Memorial Verses Memoriam A. H. H.: 44. How fares it with the happy dead? Memoriam A. H. H.: 67. When on my bed the moonlight fall
Memoriam A. H. H.: 72. Risest thou thus dim dawn again Memories MEMORIES OF THE FIFTIES
Memories of West Street and Lepke Memory Memory
Memory Memory Memory
Memory Memory and Oblivion Memory Of My Father
Memory Of Sun Memory Pictures Men
Men Men Are Heavens Piers Men At Forty
Men At Thirty Men claim fore-knowledge, predicating Hell or Heaven Men Improve With The Years
Men Loved Wholly Beyond Wisdom MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESS Men Of The High North
Men of Verdun Men say the Koran holds all heavenly lore, Men Who March Away
Mending Wall Menelaus and Helen Mengcheng Col
Men's lusts, like house-dogs, still the house distress Menschenlos Menses
Mental Cases Mentana : First Anniversary MENTANA. {1}
Mercian Hymns I Mercian Hymns VII Mercian Hymns XVII
Mercian Hymns XXV Merlin Merlin
Merlin Merlin I Merlin II
Mermaid Dragon Fiend Merops Merrow Down
MERRY AUTUMN Merry Autumn Merry Christmas And Happy New Year!
Merry-Go-Round Mesmerism Mesopotamia
Message Messidor Messy Room
Metamorphosis Metaphors Metaphors of a Magnifico
Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint Metonymy as an Approach to a Real World Metro North
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer MEZZO CAMMIN MFingal - Canto I
MFingal - Canto II MFingal - Canto III MFingal - Canto IV
Mi Musa Triste (My Sad Muse) Michael Michael Jackson
Michael Robartes And The Dancer Michaelangelo Mickey MGrew
Mid My Gold-Brown Curls Middle Aged Lovers II Middle Passage
Middle-Age Enthusiasms Middle-Ages Middlesex
Middletons Rouseabout Midfield Midnight
Midnight Midnight in Camp Midnight Mass for the Dying Year
Midnight Oil Midnight Oil Midnight On The Great Western
Mid-ocean in War-time Midsummer Tobago Midsummer was it when They died --
Mid-Term Break Might and Right Might-right-veto
MIGNON Mike milano
Mild is the Parting Year Mild the mist upon the hill Milk For The Duck
Milking Time Milkmaid Milkweed
Mill-Doors Millenial Hymn to Lord Shiva Millennium
Million Man March Poem Milton Milton
Milton (Alcaics) Milton: And did those feet in ancient time Milton: But in the Wine-presses the Human Grapes Sing not nor Dance
Milton: The Sky is an Immortal Tent Built by the Sons of Los MILTON'S APPEAL TO CROMWELL Mind
Mind Games Mine -- by the Right of the White Election! Mine and Thine
Mine Enemy is growing old -- Mine Eyes Were Swift To Know Thee Mine Host
Mine Own John Poynz Mine Sweepers Minerva Jones
Mingus At The Showplace Miniver Cheevy Minnie and Winnie
Minstrel Man Minstrelsy Mirabeau Bridge
Miracle Ice Cream Miracles Miracles
Miracles Mirage Mirage
Mirror Mirror Mirror MIRTH
Mirth And Mourning MISAPPREHENSION Miscarriage
Miscast I Miscast II Mischief
MISCHIEVOUS JOY Misconceptions Miseries
Misgiving Misgivings Misgivings
Mismet Miss Lloyd has now went to Miss Green Miss Loo
Miss Mischievous Miss Muffet Missis Moriartys Boy
Mist Forms Mist In The Valley Mistinguette
Mistress Gurtons Cat Mistrust Mists over Thandiani
Mithridates Mm Mousy Mock On Mock On Voltaire Rousseau
Mock Panegyric on a Young Friend Model For The Laureate Modern Declaration
Modern Love I: By This He Knew She Wept Modern Love II: It Ended and the Morrow Modern Love III: This Was the Woman
Modern Love IV: All Other Joys of Life Modern Love IX: He Felt the Wild Beast Modern Love L: Thus Piteously Love
Modern Love V: A Message from Her Modern Love VI: It Chanced His Lips Did Meet Modern Love VII: She Issues Radiant
Modern Love VIII: Yet It Was Plain She Struggled Modern Love X: But Where Began the Change Modern Love XI: Out in the Yellow Meadows
Modern Love XII: Not Solely That the Future Modern Love XIII: I Play for Seasons Not Eternities Modern Love XIV: What Soul Would Bargain
Modern Love XIX: No State Is Enviable Modern Love XL: I Bade My Lady Think Modern Love XLI: How Many a Thing
Modern Love XLII: I Am to Follow Her Modern Love XLIII: Mark Where the Pressing Wind Modern Love XLIV: They Say That Pity
Modern Love XLIX: He Found Her Modern Love XLV: It Is the Season Modern Love XLVI: At Last We Parley
Modern Love XLVII: We Saw the Swallows Modern Love XLVIII: Their Sense Modern Love XV: I Think She Sleeps
Modern Love XVI: In Our Old Shipwrecked Days Modern Love XVII: At Dinner She Is Hostess Modern Love XVIII: Here Jack and Tom
Modern Love XX: I Am Not of Those Modern Love XXI: We Three Are Modern Love XXII: What May the Woman
Modern Love XXIII: Tis Christmas Weather Modern Love XXIV: The Misery Is Greater Modern Love XXIX: Am I Failing
Modern Love XXV: You Like Not That French Novel Modern Love XXVI: Love Ere He Bleeds Modern Love XXVII: Distraction is the Panacea