The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Explanatory Notes
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The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Explanatory Notes

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  • THE COMPLETE POEMS OF SIR THOMAS MOORE
    • WITH A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
  • THOMAS MOORE
  • CONTENTS
  • ODES OF ANACREON
    • TO
  • REMARKS ON ANACREON
  • ODES OF ANACREON
  • ODE I.[1]
  • ODE II.
  • ODE III.[1]
  • ODE IV.[1]
  • ODE V.
  • ODE VI.[1]
  • ODE VII.
  • ODE VIII.[1]
  • ODE IX.
  • ODE X.[1]
  • ODE XI.[1]
  • ODE XII.
  • ODE XIII.
  • ODE XIV.[1]
  • ODE XV.[1]
  • ODE XVI.[1]
  • ODE XVII.
  • ODE XVIII.
  • ODE XIX.[1]
  • ODE XX.[1]
  • ODE XXI.[1]
  • ODE XXII.
  • ODE XXIII.
  • ODE XXIV.
  • ODE XXV.
  • ODE XXVI.
  • ODE XXVII.
  • ODE XXVIII.
  • ODE XXIX.
  • ODE XXX.[1]
  • ODE XXXI.[1]
  • ODE XXXII.[1]
  • ODE XXXIII.
  • ODE XXXIV.[1]
  • ODE XXXV.[1]
  • ODE XXXVI.[1]
  • ODE XXXVII.
  • ODE XXXVIII.
  • ODE XXXIX.
  • ODE XL.
  • ODE XLI.
  • ODE XLII.[1]
  • ODE XLIII.
  • ODE XLIV.[1]
  • ODE XLV.
  • ODE XLVI.[1]
  • ODE XLVII.
  • ODE XLVIII.
  • ODE XLIX.
  • ODE L.[1]
  • ODE LI.
  • ODE LII.[1]
  • ODE LIII.
  • ODE. LIV.[1]
  • ODE LV.[1]
  • ODE LVI.
  • ODE LVII[1]
  • ODE LVIII.
  • ODE LIX.
  • ODE LX.[1]
  • ODE LXI.[1]
  • ODE LXII.[1]
  • ODE LXIII.[1]
  • ODE LXIV.[1]
  • ODE LXV.[1]
  • ODE LXVI.[1]
  • ODE LXVII.
  • ODE LXVIII.
  • ODE LXIX.
  • ODE LXX.
  • ODE LXXI.
  • ODE LXXII.
  • ODE LXXIII.
  • ODE LXXIV.
  • ODE LXXV.
  • ODE LXXVI.
  • ODE LXXVII.
  • ODE LXXVIII.
  • SONGS FROM THE GREEK ANTHOLOGY.
  • HERE AT THY TOMB.
  • SALE OF CUPID.
  • TO WEAVE A GARLAND FOR THE ROSE.
  • WHY DOES SHE SO LONG DELAY?
  • TWIN'ST THOU WITH LOFTY WREATH THY BROW?
  • WHEN THE SAD WORD.
  • MY MOPSA IS LITTLE.
  • STILL, LIKE DEW IN SILENCE FALLING.
  • UP, SAILOR BOY, 'TIS DAY.
  • IN MYRTLE WREATHS.
  • JUVENILE POEMS.
    • TO JOSEPH ATKINSON, ESQ.
  • JUVENILE POEMS
  • FRAGMENTS OF COLLEGE EXERCISES.
  • VARIETY.
  • TO A BOY, WITH A WATCH,
  • SONG.
  • TO …….
  • SONG.
  • SONG.
  • REUBEN AND ROSE.
  • DID NOT.
  • TO …….
  • TO MRS. …….
  • ANACREONTIC.
  • TO …….
  • TO JULIA.
  • TO JULIA.
  • THE SHRINE.
  • TO A LADY,
  • TO JULIA.
  • TO …….
  • NATURE'S LABELS.
  • TO JULIA
  • A REFLECTION AT SEA.
  • CLORIS AND FANNY.
  • THE SHIELD.
  • TO JULIA WEEPING.
  • DREAMS.
  • TO ROSA.
  • SONG.
  • THE SALE OF LOVES.
  • TO …. ….
  • TO …. ….
  • ON THE DEATH OF A LADY,
  • INCONSTANCY.
  • THE NATAL GENIUS.
  • ELEGIAC STANZAS.
  • TO THE LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL MISS……,
  • A DREAM.
  • TO …….
  • ANACREONTIC.
  • TO JULIA.
  • HYMN OF A VIRGIN OF DELPHI,
  • SYMPATHY.
  • THE TEAR.
  • THE SNAKE.
  • TO ROSA.
  • ELEGIAC STANZAS.
  • LOVE AND MARRIAGE.
  • ANACREONTIC.
  • THE SURPRISE.
  • TO MISS …….
  • THE WONDER.
  • LYING.
  • ANACREONTIC.
  • THE PHILOSOPHER ARISTIPPUS[1]
  • TO MRS,—-.
  • RONDEAU.
  • SONG.
  • TO ROSA.
  • WRITTEN IN A COMMONPLACE BOOK, CALLED "THE BOOK OF FOLLIES;" IN WHICH EVERY ONE THAT OPENED IT WAS TO CONTRIBUTE SOMETHING.
  • TO ROSA.
  • LIGHT SOUNDS THE HARP.
  • FROM THE GREEK OF MELEAGER.
  • SONG.
  • THE RESEMBLANCE.
  • FANNY, DEAREST.
  • THE RING.
  • TO THE INVISIBLE GIRL.
  • THE RING[1]
  • TO …. ….
  • WRITTEN IN THE BLANK LEAF OF A LADY'S COMMONPLACE BOOK.
  • TO MRS. BL——.
  • TO CARA,
  • TO CARA,
  • TO ……., 1801.
  • THE GENIUS OF HARMONY.
  • TO MRS. HENRY TIGHE,
  • FROM THE HIGH PRIEST OF APOLLO TO A VIRGIN OF DELPHI.[1]
  • FRAGMENT.
  • A NIGHT THOUGHT.
  • THE KISS.
  • SONG.
  • THE CATALOGUE.
  • IMITATION OF CATULLUS.
  • NONSENSE.
  • EPIGRAM.
  • ON A SQUINTING POETESS.
  • TO …. ….
  • TO ROSA.
  • TO PHILLIS.
  • TO A LADY.
  • SONG.
  • SONG.[1]
  • MORALITY.
  • THE TELL-TALE LYRE.
  • PEACE AND GLORY.
  • SONG.
  • LOVE AND REASON.
  • ASPASIA.
  • THE GRECIAN GIRL'S DREAM OF THE BLESSED ISLANDS.[1]
  • TO CLOE.
  • THE WREATH AND THE CHAIN.
  • TO …. ….
  • TO …….'S PICTURE.
  • FRAGMENT OF A MYTHOLOGICAL HYMN TO LOVE.[1]
  • TO HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF MONTPENSIER ON HIS PORTRAIT OF THE LADY ADELAIDE FORBES.
  • THE FALL OF HEBE.
  • RINGS AND SEALS.
  • TO MISS SUSAN BECKFORD.[1]
  • IMPROMPTU,
  • A WARNING.
  • TO …….
  • WOMAN.
  • TO …….
  • A VISION OF PHILOSOPHY.
  • TO MRS. …….
  • TO LADY HEATHCOTE,
  • THE DEVIL AMONG THE SCHOLARS,
  • POEMS RELATING TO AMERICA
    • TO FRANCIS, EARL OF MOIRA.
    • PREFACE.[1]
  • POEMS RELATING TO AMERICA.
  • TO LORD VISCOUNT STRANGFORD.
  • STANZAS.
  • TO THE FLYING-FISH.[1]
  • TO MISS MOORE.
  • A BALLAD.
  • TO THE MARCHIONESS DOWAGER OF DONEGALL.
  • TO GEORGE MORGAN, ESQ. OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
  • LINES WRITTEN IN A STORM AT SEA.
  • ODES TO NEA;
  • A DREAM OF ANTIQUITY.
  • THE SNOW SPIRIT.
  • A STUDY FROM THE ANTIQUE.
  • TO JOSEPH ATKINSON, ESQ.
  • THE STEERMAN'S SONG,
  • TO THE FIRE-FLY.[1]
  • TO THE LORD VISCOUNT FORBES.
  • TO THOMAS HUME, ESQ., M. D.
  • LINES WRITTEN ON LEAVING PHILADELPHIA.
  • LINES WRITTEN AT THE COHOS, OR FALLS OF THE MOHAWK KIVER.[1]
  • SONG OF THE EVIL SPIRIT OF THE WOODS.[1]
  • TO THE HONORABLE W. R. SPENCER.
  • BALLAD STANZAS.
  • A CANADIAN BOAT SONG.
  • TO THE LADY CHARLOTTE RAWDON.
  • IMPROMPTU.
  • WRITTEN
  • TO THE BOSTON FRIGATE, ON LEAVING HALIFAX FOR ENGLAND,[1]
  • IRISH MELODIES
    • DEDICATION
    • PREFACE.
  • IRISH MELODIES
  • GO WHERE GLORY WAITS THEE.
  • WAR SONG.
  • ERIN! THE TEAR AND THE SMILE IN THINE EYES.
  • OH! BREATHE NOT HIS NAME.
  • WHEN HE, WHO ADORES THEE.
  • THE HARP THAT ONCE THRO' TARA'S HALLS.
  • FLY NOT YET.
  • OH! THINK NOT MY SPIRITS ARE ALWAYS AS LIGHT.
  • THO' THE LAST GLIMPSE OF ERIN WITH SORROW I SEE.
  • RICH AND RARE WERE THE GEMS SHE WORE.[1]
  • AS A BEAM O'ER THE FACE OF THE WATERS MAY GLOW.
  • THE MEETING OF THE WATERS.[1]
  • HOW DEAR TO ME THE HOUR.
  • TAKE BACK THE VIRGIN PAGE.
  • THE LEGACY.
  • HOW OFT HAS THE BANSHEE CRIED.
  • WE MAY ROAM THROUGH THIS WORLD.
  • EVELEEN'S BOWER.
  • LET ERIN REMEMBER THE DAYS OF OLD.
  • THE SONG OF FIONNUALA.[1]
  • COME, SEND ROUND THE WINE.
  • SUBLIME WAS THE WARNING.
  • BELIEVE ME IF ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS.
  • ERIN, OH ERIN.
  • DRINK TO HER.
  • OH! BLAME NOT THE BARD.[1]
  • WHILE GAZING ON THE MOON'S LIGHT.
  • ILL OMENS.
  • BEFORE THE BATTLE.
  • AFTER THE BATTLE.
  • 'TIS SWEET TO THINK.
  • THE IRISH PEASANT TO HIS MISTRESS.[1]
  • ON MUSIC.
  • IT IS NOT THE TEAR AT THIS MOMENT SHED.[1]
  • THE ORIGIN OF THE HARP.
  • LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM.
  • THE PRINCE'S DAY.[1]
  • WEEP ON, WEEP ON.
  • LESBIA HATH A BEAMING EYE.
  • I SAW THY FORM IN YOUTHFUL PRIME.
  • SHE IS FAR FROM THE LAND.
  • NAY, TELL ME NOT, DEAR.
  • AVENGING AND BRIGHT.
  • WHAT THE BEE IS TO THE FLOWERET.
    • HE.
  • LOVE AND THE NOVICE.
  • THIS LIFE IS ALL CHECKERED WITH PLEASURES AND WOES
  • OH THE SHAMROCK.
  • AT THE MID HOUR OF NIGHT
  • ONE BUMPER AT PARTING.
  • 'TIS THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER.
  • THE YOUNG MAY MOON.
  • THE MINSTREL-BOY.
  • THE SONG OF O'RUARK,
  • OH! HAD WE SOME BRIGHT LITTLE ISLE OF OUR OWN.
  • FAREWELL!—BUT WHENEVER YOU WELCOME THE HOUR.
  • OH! DOUBT ME NOT.
  • YOU REMEMBER ELLEN.
  • I'D MOURN THE HOPES.
  • COME O'ER THE SEA.
  • HAS SORROW THY YOUNG DAYS SHADED.
  • NO, NOT MORE WELCOME.
  • WHEN FIRST I MET THEE.
  • WHILE HISTORY'S MUSE.
  • THE TIME I'VE LOST IN WOOING.
  • WHERE IS THE SLAVE.
  • COME, REST IN THIS BOSOM.
  • 'TIS GONE, AND FOR EVER.
  • I SAW FROM THE BEACH.
  • FILL THE BUMPER FAIR.
  • DEAR HARP OF MY COUNTRY.
  • MY GENTLE HARP.
  • IN THE MORNING OF LIFE.
  • AS SLOW OUR SHIP.
  • WHEN COLD IN THE EARTH.
  • REMEMBER THEE.
  • WREATH THE BOWL.
  • WHENE'ER I SEE THOSE SMILING EYES.
  • IF THOU'LT BE MINE.
  • TO LADIES' EYES.
  • FORGET NOT THE FIELD.
  • THEY MAY RAIL AT THIS LIFE.
  • OH FOR THE SWORDS OF FORMER TIME!
  • ST. SENANUS AND THE LADY.
    • ST. SENANUS.[1]
  • NE'ER ASK THE HOUR.
  • SAIL ON, SAIL ON.
  • THE PARALLEL.
  • DRINK OF THIS CUP.
  • THE FORTUNE-TELLER.
  • OH, YE DEAD!
  • O'DONOHUE'S MISTRESS.
  • ECHO.
  • OH BANQUET NOT.
  • THEE, THEE, ONLY THEE.
  • SHALL THE HARP THEN BE SILENT.
  • OH, THE SIGHT ENTRANCING.
  • SWEET INNISFALLEN.
  • 'TWAS ONE OF THOSE DREAMS.[1]
  • FAIREST! PUT ON AWHILE.
  • QUICK! WE HAVE BUT A SECOND.
  • AND DOTH NOT A MEETING LIKE THIS.
  • THE MOUNTAIN SPRITE.
  • AS VANQUISHED ERIN.
  • DESMOND'S SONG.[1]
  • THEY KNOW NOT MY HEART.
  • I WISH I WAS BY THAT DIM LAKE.
  • SHE SUNG OF LOVE.
  • SING—SING—MUSIC WAS GIVEN.
  • THO' HUMBLE THE BANQUET.
  • SING, SWEET HARP.
  • SONG OF THE BATTLE EVE.
  • THE WANDERING BARD.
  • ALONE IN CROWDS TO WANDER ON.
  • I'VE A SECRET TO TELL THEE.
  • SONG OF INNISFAIL.
  • THE NIGHT DANCE.
  • THERE ARE SOUNDS OF MIRTH.
  • OH, ARRANMORE, LOVED ARRANMORE.
  • LAY HIS SWORD BY HIS SIDE.
  • OH, COULD WE DO WITH THIS WORLD OF OURS.
  • THE WINE-CUP IS CIRCLING.
  • THE DREAM OF THOSE DAYS.
  • FROM THIS HOUR THE PLEDGE IS GIVEN.
  • SILENCE IS IN OUR FESTAL HALLS.[1]
  • NATIONAL AIRS
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • T.M.
    • T.M.
  • NATIONAL AIRS
  • A TEMPLE TO FRIENDSHIP.
  • FLOW ON, THOU SHINING RIVER.
  • ALL THAT'S BRIGHT MUST FADE.
  • SO WARMLY WE MET.
  • THOSE EVENING BELLS.
  • SHOULD THOSE FOND HOPES.
  • REASON, FOLLY, AND BEAUTY.
  • FARE THEE WELL, THOU LOVELY ONE!
  • DOST THOU REMEMBER.
  • OH, COME TO ME WHEN DAYLIGHT SETS.
  • OFT, IN THE STILLY NIGHT.
  • HARK! THE VESPER HYMN IS STEALING.
  • LOVE AND HOPE.
  • THERE COMES A TIME.
  • MY HARP HAS ONE UNCHANGING THEME.
  • OH, NO—NOT EVEN WHEN FIRST WE LOVED.
  • PEACE BE AROUND THEE.
  • COMMON SENSE AND GENIUS.
  • THEN, FARE THEE WELL.
  • GAYLY SOUNDS THE CASTANET.
  • LOVE IS A HUNTER-BOY.
  • COME, CHASE THAT STARTING TEAR AWAY.
  • JOYS OF YOUTH, HOW FLEETING!
  • HEAR ME BUT ONCE.
  • WHEN LOVE WAS A CHILD
  • SAY, WHAT SHALL BE OUR SPORT TO-DAY?
  • BRIGHT BE THY DREAMS.
  • GO, THEN—'TIS VAIN.
  • THE CRYSTAL-HUNTERS.
  • ROW GENTLY HERE.
  • OH, DAYS OF YOUTH.
  • WHEN FIRST THAT SMILE.
  • PEACE TO THE SLUMBERERS!
  • WHEN THOU SHALT WANDER.
  • WHO'LL BUY MY LOVE-KNOTS?
  • SEE, THE DAWN FROM HEAVEN.
  • NETS AND CAGES.[1]
  • WHEN THROUGH THE PIAZZETTA.
  • GO, NOW, AND DREAM.
  • TAKE HENCE THE BOWL.
  • FAREWELL, THERESA!
  • HOW OFT, WHEN WATCHING STARS.
  • WHEN THE FIRST SUMMER BEE.
  • THO' 'TIS ALL BUT A DREAM.
  • WHEN THE WINE-CUP IS SMILING.
  • WHERE SHALL WE BURY OUR SHAME?
  • NE'ER TALK OF WISDOM'S GLOOMY SCHOOLS.
  • HERE SLEEPS THE BARD.
  • DO NOT SAY THAT LIFE IS WANING.
  • THE GAZELLE.
  • NO—LEAVE MY HEART TO REST.
  • WHERE ARE THE VISIONS.
  • WIND THY HORN, MY HUNTER BOY.
  • OH, GUARD OUR AFFECTION.
  • SLUMBER, OH SLUMBER.
  • BRING THE BRIGHT GARLANDS HITHER.
  • IF IN LOVING, SINGING.
  • THOU LOVEST NO MORE.
  • WHEN ABROAD IN THE WORLD.
  • KEEP THOSE EYES STILL PURELY MINE.
  • HOPE COMES AGAIN.
  • O SAY, THOU BEST AND BRIGHTEST.
  • WHEN NIGHT BRINGS THE HOUR.
  • LIKE ONE WHO, DOOMED.
  • FEAR NOT THAT, WHILE AROUND THEE.
  • WHEN LOVE IS KIND.
  • THE GARLAND I SEND THEE.
  • HOW SHALL I WOO?
  • SPRING AND AUTUMN.
  • LOVE ALONE.
  • SACRED SONGS
    • TO
  • SACRED SONGS
  • THOU ART, O GOD.
  • THE BIRD, LET LOOSE.
  • FALLEN IS THY THRONE.
  • WHO IS THE MAID?
  • THIS WORLD IS ALL A FLEETING SHOW.
  • OH THOU WHO DRY'ST THE MOURNER'S TEAR.
  • WEEP NOT FOR THOSE.
  • THE TURF SHALL BE MY FRAGRANT SHRINE.
  • SOUND THE LOUD TIMBREL.
  • GO, LET ME WEEP.
  • COME NOT, OH LORD.
  • WERE NOT THE SINFUL MARY'S TEARS.
  • AS DOWN IN THE SUNLESS RETREATS.
  • BUT WHO SHALL SEE.
  • ALMIGHTY GOD!
  • OH FAIR! OH PUREST!
  • ANGEL OF CHARITY.
  • BEHOLD THE SUN.
  • LORD, WHO SHALL BEAR THAT DAY.
  • OH, TEACH ME TO LOVE THEE.
  • WEEP, CHILDREN OF ISRAEL.
  • LIKE MORNING, WHEN HER EARLY BREEZE.
  • COME, YE DISCONSOLATE.
  • AWAKE, ARISE, THY LIGHT IS COME.
  • THERE IS A BLEAK DESERT.
  • SINCE FIRST THY WORD.
  • HARK! 'TIS THE BREEZE.
  • WHERE IS YOUR DWELLING, YE SAINTED?
  • HOW LIGHTLY MOUNTS THE MUSE'S WING.
  • GO FORTH TO THE MOUNT,
  • IS IT NOT SWEET TO THINK, HEREAFTER.
  • WAR AGAINST BABYLON.
  • A MELOLOGUE UPON NATIONAL MUSIC.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • MELOLOGUE
  • A SHORT STRAIN OF MUSIC FROM THE ORCHESTRA.
  • GREEK AIR
  • FLOURISH OF TRUMPETS.
  • SWISS AIR.—"RANZ DES VACHES."
  • SPANISH CHORUS.
  • SPANISH AIR.—"YA DESPERTO."
  • SET OF GLEES,
  • THE MEETING OF THE SHIPS.
  • HIP, HIP, HURRA!
  • HUSH, HUSH!
  • THE PARTING BEFORE THE BATTLE.
    • HE.
  • THE WATCHMAN.
    • WATCHMAN.
  • SAY, WHAT SHALL WE DANCE?
  • THE EVENING GUN.
  • LEGENDARY BALLADS.
    • TO
  • LEGENDARY BALLADS
  • THE VOICE.
  • CUPID AND PSYCHE.
  • HERO AND LEANDER.
  • THE LEAF AND THE FOUNTAIN.
  • CEPHALUS AND PROCRIS.
  • YOUTH AND AGE.
  • THE DYING WARRIOR.
  • THE MAGIC MIRROR.
  • THE PILGRIM.
  • THE HIGH-BORN LADYE.
  • THE INDIAN BOAT.
  • THE STRANGER.
  • BALLADS, SONGS, ETC.
  • TO-DAY, DEAREST! IS OURS.
  • WHEN ON THE LIP THE SIGH DELAYS.
  • HERE, TAKE MY HEART.
  • OH, CALL IT BY SOME BETTER NAME.
  • POOR WOUNDED HEART
  • THE EAST INDIAN.
  • POOR BROKEN FLOWER.
  • THE PRETTY ROSE-TREE.
  • SHINE OUT, STARS!
  • THE YOUNG MULETEERS OF GRENADA.
  • TELL HER, OH, TELL HER.
  • NIGHTS OF MUSIC.
  • OUR FIRST YOUNG LOVE.
  • BLACK AND BLUE EYES.
  • DEAR FANNY.
  • FROM LIFE WITHOUT FREEDOM.
  • HERE'S THE BOWER.
  • I SAW THE MOON RISE CLEAR.
  • LOVE AND THE SUN-DIAL.
  • LOVE AND TIME.
  • LOVE'S LIGHT SUMMER-CLOUD.
  • LOVE, WANDERING THRO' THE GOLDEN MAZE.
  • MERRILY EVERY BOSOM BOUNDETH.
  • REMEMBER THE TIME.
  • OH, SOON RETURN.
  • LOVE THEE?
  • ONE DEAR SMILE.
  • YES, YES, WHEN THE BLOOM.
  • THE DAY OF LOVE.
  • LUSITANIAN WAR-SONG.
  • THE YOUNG ROSE.
  • WHEN MIDST THE GAY I MEET.
  • WHEN TWILIGHT DEWS.
  • YOUNG JESSICA.
  • HOW HAPPY, ONCE.
  • I LOVE BUT THEE.
  • LET JOY ALONE BE REMEMBERED NOW.
  • LOVE THEE, DEAREST? LOVE THEE?
  • MY HEART AND LUTE.
  • PEACE, PEACE TO HIM THAT'S GONE!
  • ROSE OF THE DESERT
  • 'TIS ALL FOR THEE.
  • THE SONG OF THE OLDEN TIME.
  • WAKE THEE, MY DEAR.
  • THE BOY OF THE ALPS.
  • FOR THEE ALONE.
  • HER LAST WORDS, AT PARTING.
  • LET'S TAKE THIS WORLD AS SOME WIDE SCENE.
  • LOVE'S VICTORY.
  • SONG OF HERCULES TO HIS DAUGHTER.[1]
  • THE DREAM OF HOME.
  • THEY TELL ME THOU'RT THE FAVORED GUEST.
  • THE YOUNG INDIAN MAID.
  • THE HOMEWARD MARCH.
  • WAKE UP, SWEET MELODY.
  • CALM BE THY SLEEP.
  • THE EXILE.
  • THE FANCY FAIR.
  • IF THOU WOULDST HAVE ME SING AND PLAY.
  • STILL WHEN DAYLIGHT.
  • THE SUMMER WEBS.
  • MIND NOT THO' DAYLIGHT.
  • THEY MET BUT ONCE.
  • WITH MOONLIGHT BEAMING.
  • CHILD'S SONG.
  • THE HALCYON HANGS O'ER OCEAN.
  • THE WORLD WAS HUSHT.
  • THE TWO LOVES.
  • THE LEGEND OF PUCK THE FAIRY.
  • BEAUTY AND SONG.
  • WHEN THOU ART NIGH.
  • SONG OF A HYPERBOREAN.
  • THOU BIDST ME SING.
  • CUPID ARMED.
  • ROUND THE WORLD GOES.
  • OH, DO NOT LOOK SO BRIGHT AND BLEST.
  • THE MUSICAL BOX.
  • WHEN TO SAD MUSIC SILENT YOU LISTEN.
  • THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS.
  • THE DAWN IS BREAKING O'ER US.
  • UNPUBLISHED SONGS.
  • ASK NOT IF STILL I LOVE.
  • DEAR? YES.
  • UNBIND THEE, LOVE.
  • THERE'S SOMETHING STRANGE.
  • NOT FROM THEE.
  • GUESS, GUESS.
  • WHEN LOVE, WHO RULED.
  • STILL THOU FLIEST.
  • THEN FIRST FROM LOVE.
  • HUSH, SWEET LUTE.
  • BRIGHT MOON.
  • LONG YEARS HAVE PAST.
  • DREAMING FOR EVER.
  • THO' LIGHTLY SOUNDS THE SONG I SING.
  • THE RUSSIAN LOVER.
  • A SELECTION FROM THE SONGS IN
  • BOAT GLEE.
  • CUPID'S LOTTERY.
  • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.
  • OCCASIONAL EPILOGUE.
  • EXTRACT.
  • THE SYLPH'S BALL.
  • REMONSTRANCE.
  • MY BIRTH-DAY.
  • FANCY.
  • SONG.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM CATULLUS.
  • CARM. 70.
  • CARM. II.
  • CARM. 29.
  • TIBULLUS TO SULPICIA.
  • IMITATION.
  • INVITATION TO DINNER.
  • VERSES TO THE POET CRABBE'S INKSTAND.[1]
  • TO CAROLINE, VISCOUNTESS VALLETORT.
  • A SPECULATION.
  • TO MY MOTHER.
  • LOVE AND HYMEN.
  • LINES ON THE ENTRY OF THE AUSTRIANS INTO NAPLES, 1821.
  • SCEPTICISM.
  • A JOKE VERSIFIED.
  • ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND.
  • TO JAMES CORRY, ESQ.
  • FRAGMENT OF A CHARACTER.
  • WHAT SHALL I SING THEE?
  • COUNTRY DANCE AND QUADRILLE.
  • GAZEL.
  • LINES ON THE DEATH OF JOSEPH ATKINSON, ESQ., OF DUBLIN.
  • GENIUS AND CRITICISM.
  • TO LADY JERSEY.
  • TO THE SAME.
  • AT NIGHT.[1]
  • TO LADY HOLLAND.
  • EPILOGUE.
  • THE DAY-DREAM.[1]
  • SONG.
  • SONG OF THE POCO-CURANTE SOCIETY.
  • ANNE BOLEYN.
  • THE DREAM OF THE TWO SISTERS.
  • SOVEREIGN WOMAN.
  • COME, PLAY ME THAT SIMPLE AIR AGAIN.
  • POEMS FROM THE EPICUREAN
  • THE VALLEY OF THE NILE.
  • SONG OF THE TWO CUPBEARERS.
    • FIRST CUPBEARER.
  • SONG OF THE NUBIAN GIRL.
  • THE SUMMER FÊTE.
    • TO THE HONORABLE MRS. NORTON.
  • THE SUMMER FÊTE
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
        • TRIO.
        • SONG.
        • WALTZ DUET.
        • SONG.
        • SONG AND TRIO.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG AND TRIO.
        • SONG.
      • TRIO.
      • SONG.
      • WALTZ DUET.
      • SONG.
      • SONG AND TRIO.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG AND TRIO.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • TRIO.
      • SONG.
      • WALTZ DUET.
      • SONG.
      • SONG AND TRIO.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG AND TRIO.
      • SONG.
    • TRIO.
    • SONG.
    • WALTZ DUET.
    • SONG.
    • SONG AND TRIO.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG AND TRIO.
    • SONG.
  • EVENINGS IN GREECE
  • EVENINGS IN GREECE.
    • FIRST EVENING.
      • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SECOND EVENING.
      • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • CHORUS.
        • CHORUS.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • CHORUS.
      • CHORUS.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • CHORUS.
      • CHORUS.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • CHORUS.
    • CHORUS.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
  • ALCIPHRON: A FRAGMENT.
  • LETTER I.
  • LETTER II.
  • LETTER III.
  • LETTER IV.
  • LALLA ROOKH
    • TO
  • LALLA ROOKH
    • THE VEILED PROPHET OF KHORASSAN.[24]
      • PARADISE AND THE PERI.
        • THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS.
        • THE LIGHT OF THE HARAM.
      • THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS.
      • THE LIGHT OF THE HARAM.
    • PARADISE AND THE PERI.
      • THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS.
      • THE LIGHT OF THE HARAM.
    • THE FIRE-WORSHIPPERS.
    • THE LIGHT OF THE HARAM.
  • THE LOVES OF THE ANGELS.
    • PREFACE.
  • THE LOVES OF THE ANGELS
    • FIRST ANGEL'S STORY.
      • SECOND ANGEL'S STORY.
        • THIRD ANGEL'S STORY.
      • THIRD ANGEL'S STORY.
    • SECOND ANGEL'S STORY.
      • THIRD ANGEL'S STORY.
    • THIRD ANGEL'S STORY.
  • RHYMES ON THE ROAD.
  • RHYMES ON THE ROAD
    • INTRODUCTORY RHYMES.
  • EXTRACT I.
  • EXTRACT II.
  • EXTRACT III.
  • EXTRACT IV.
  • EXTRACT V.
  • EXTRACT VI.
  • EXTRACT VII.
  • EXTRACT VIII.
  • EXTRACT IX.
  • EXTRACT X.
  • EXTRACT XI.
  • EXTRACT XII.
  • EXTRACT XIII.
    • EXTRACT XIV.
  • EXTRACT XV.
  • EXTRACT XVI.
  • CORRUPTION,
    • PREFACE.
  • CORRUPTION,
  • INTOLERANCE,
  • THE SCEPTIC,
    • PREFACE.
  • THE SCEPTIC
  • TWOPENNY POST-BAG,
    • DEDICATION.
      • MY DEAR WOOLRICHE,—
    • MY DEAR WOOLRICHE,—
    • PREFACE.
  • INTERCEPTED LETTERS, ETC.
  • LETTER I.
  • LETTER II.
  • LETTER III.
  • LETTER IV.
  • LETTER V.
  • LETTER VI.
  • LETTER VII.
  • LETTER VIII.
    • LETTER IV. PAGE 584.
    • LETTER VII. PAGE 588.
  • SATIRICAL AND HUMOROUS POEMS.
  • THE INSURRECTION OF THE PAPERS.
  • PARODY OF A CELEBRATED LETTER.[1]
  • ANACREONTIC
  • EXTRACTS
  • EPIGRAM.
  • KING CRACK[1] AND HIS IDOLS.
  • WHAT'S MY THOUGHT LIKE?
  • EPIGRAM.
  • WREATHS FOR THE MINISTERS.
  • EPIGRAM.
  • HORACE, ODE XI. LIB. II.
  • HORACE, ODE XXII. LIB. I.
  • THE NEW COSTUME OF THE MINISTERS.
  • CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN A LADY AND GENTLEMAN,
  • OCCASIONAL ADDRESS
  • THE SALE OF THE TOOLS.
  • LITTLE MAN AND LITTLE SOUL.
  • REINFORCEMENTS FOR LORD WELLINGTON.
  • HORACE, ODE I. LIB. III.
  • HORACE, ODE XXXVIII. LIB. I.
    • TRANSLATED BY A TREASURY CLERK, WHILE WAITING DINNER FOR THE RIGHT HON. GEORGE ROBE.
  • IMPROMPTU.
  • LORD WELLINGTON AND THE MINISTERS.
  • TO SIR HUDSON LOWE.
  • AMATORY COLLOQUY BETWEEN BANK AND GOVERNMENT.
    • BANK.
  • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A SOVEREIGN AND A ONE POUND NOTE.
  • AN EXPOSTULATION TO LORD KING.
  • THE SINKING FUND CRIED.
  • ODE TO THE GODDESS CERES.
  • A HYMN OF WELCOME AFTER THE RECESS.
  • MEMORABILIA OF LAST WEEK.
  • ALL IN THE FAMILY WAY.
  • BALLAD FOR THE CAMBRIDGE ELECTION.
  • MR. ROGER DODSWORTH.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.
  • COPY OF AN INTERCEPTED DESPATCH.
  • THE MILLENNIUM.
  • THE THREE DOCTORS.
  • EPITAPH ON A TUFT-HUNTER.
  • ODE TO A HAT.
  • NEWS FOR COUNTRY COUSINS.
  • A VISION.
  • THE PETITION OF THE ORANGEMEN OF IRELAND.
  • COTTON AND CORN.
  • THE CANONIZATION OF SAINT BUTTERWORTH.
  • AN INCANTATION.
  • A DREAM OF TURTLE.
  • THE DONKEY AND HIS PANNIERS.
  • ODE TO THE SUBLIME PORTE.
  • CORN AND CATHOLICS.
  • A CASE OF LIBEL.
  • LITERARY ADVERTISEMENT.
  • THE IRISH SLAVE.[1]
  • ODE TO FERDINAND.
  • HAT VERSUS WIG.
  • THE PERIWINKLES AND THE LOCUSTS.
  • NEW CREATION OF PEERS.
  • SPEECH ON THE UMBRELLA QUESTION.[1]
  • A PASTORAL BALLAD.
  • A LATE SCENE AT SWANAGE.[1]
  • WO! WO![1]
  • TOUT POUR LA TRIPE.
  • ENIGMA.
  • DOG-DAY REFLECTIONS.
  • THE "LIVING DOG" AND "THE DEAD LION."
  • ODE TO DON MIGUEL.
  • THOUGHTS ON THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND.
  • THE LIMBO OF LOST REPUTATIONS.
  • HOW TO WRITE BY PROXY.
  • IMITATION OF THE INFERNO OF DANTE.
  • LAMENT FOR THE LOSS OF LORD BATHURST'S TAIL.[1]
  • THE CHERRIES.
  • STANZAS WRITTEN IN ANTICIPATION OF DEFEAT.[1]
  • ODE TO THE WOODS AND FORESTS.
  • STANZAS FROM THE BANKS OF THE SHANNON.[1]
  • THE ANNUAL PILL.
  • "IF" AND "PERHAPS."[1]
  • WRITE ON, WRITE ON.
  • SONG OF THE DEPARTING SPIRIT OF TITHE.
  • THE EUTHANASIA OF VAN.
  • TO THE REVEREND ——.
  • IRISH ANTIQUITIES.
  • A CURIOUS FACT.
  • NEW-FASHIONED ECHOES.
  • INCANTATION.
    • SCENE.—Penenden Plain. In the middle, a caldron boiling. Thunder.— Enter three Brunswickers.
  • HOW TO MAKE A GOOD POLITICIAN.
  • EPISTLE OF CONDOLENCE.
  • THE GHOST OF MILTIADES.
  • ALARMING INTELLIGENCE!
  • RESOLUTIONS
  • SIR ANDREW'S DREAM.
  • A BLUE LOVE SONG.
  • SUNDAY ETHICS.
  • AWFUL EVENT.
  • THE NUMBERING OF THE CLERGY.
  • A SAD CASE.
  • A DREAM OF HINDOSTAN.
    • THE BRUNSWICK CLUB.
  • PROPOSALS FOR A GYNAECOCRACY.
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE * * *.
  • LORD HENLEY AND ST. CECILIA
  • ADVERTISEMENT.[1]
  • MISSING.
  • THE DANCE OF BISHOPS;
  • DICK * * * *
  • A CORRECTED REPORT OF SOME LATE SPEECHES.
  • MORAL POSITIONS.
  • THE MAD TORY AND THE COMET.
  • FROM THE HON. HENRY ——, TO LADY EMMA ——.
  • TRIUMPH OF BIGOTRY.
  • TRANSLATION FROM THE GULL LANGUAGE.
  • NOTIONS ON REFORM.
  • TORY PLEDGES.
  • ST. JEROME ON EARTH.
  • ST. JEROME ON EARTH.
  • THOUGHTS ON TAR BARRELS.
  • THE CONSULTATION.[1]
  • TO THE REV. CHARLES OVERTON,
  • SCENE FROM A PLAY, ACTED AT OXFORD, CALLED "MATRICULATION."[1]
  • LATE TITHE CASE.
  • FOOLS' PARADISE.
  • THE RECTOR AND HIS CURATE;
  • PADDY'S METAMORPHOSIS.
  • COCKER, ON CHURCH REFORM.
  • LES HOMMES AUTOMATES.
  • HOW TO MAKE ONE'S SELF A PEER.
  • THE DUKE IS THE LAD.
  • EPISTLE
  • LINES ON THE DEPARTURE OF LORD CASTLEREAGH AND STEWART FOR THE CONTINENT.[1]
  • TO THE SHIP IN WHICH LORD CASTLEREAGH SAILED FOR THE CONTINENT.
  • SKETCH OF THE FIRST ACT OF A NEW ROMANTIC DRAMA.
  • ANIMAL MAGNETISM.
  • THE SONG OF THE BOX.
  • ANNOUNCEMENT OF A NEW THALABA.
  • RIVAL TOPICS.[1]
  • THE BOY STATESMAN.
  • LETTER
  • MUSINGS OF AN UNREFORMED PEER.
  • THE REVEREND PAMPHLETEER.
  • RECENT DIALOGUE.
  • THE WELLINGTON SPA.
  • A CHARACTERLESS
  • A GHOST STORY.
  • THOUGHTS ON THE LATE DESTRUCTIVE PROPOSITIONS OF THE TORIES.[1]
  • ANTICIPATED MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION IN THE YEAR 1836.
  • SONG OF THE CHURCH.
  • EPISTLE FROM HENRY OF EXETER TO JOHN OF TUAM.
  • SONG OF OLD PUCK.
  • POLICE REPORTS.
  • REFLECTIONS.
  • NEW GRAND EXHIBITION OF MODELS OF THE TWO HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
  • ANNOUNCEMENT OF A NEW GRAND ACCELERATION COMPANY FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE SPEED OF LITERATURE.
  • SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LATE DINNER TO DAN.
  • NEW HOSPITAL FOR SICK LITERATI.
  • RELIGION AND TRADE.
  • MUSINGS.
  • INTENDED TRIBUTE
  • GRAND DINNER OF TYPE AND CO.
  • CHURCH EXTENSION.
  • LATEST ACCOUNTS FROM OLYMPUS.
  • THE TRIUMPHS OF FARCE.
  • THOUGHTS ON PATRONS, PUFFS, AND OTHER MATTERS.
  • THOUGHTS ON MISCHIEF.
  • EPISTLE FROM CAPTAIN ROCK TO LORD LYNDHURST.
  • CAPTAIN ROCK IN LONDON.
  • POLITICAL AND SATIRICAL POEMS.
  • LINES ON THE DEATH OF MR. PERCEVAL.
  • TO THE EDITOR OF "THE MORNING CHRONICLE."
    • FUM AND HUM, THE TWO BIRDS OF ROYALTY.
  • LINES ON THE DEATH OF SHERIDAN.
  • EPISTLE FROM TOM CRIB TO BIG BEN.[1]
  • FABLES FOR THE HOLY ALLIANCE.
    • DEDICATION.
    • PREFACE.
  • FABLES FOR THE HOLY ALLIANCE.
    • FABLE I.
  • FABLE II.
    • PROEM.
  • FABLE III.
  • FABLE IV.
    • PROEM.
  • FABLE V.
    • PROEM
  • FABLE VI.
    • PROEM.
  • FABLE VII.
    • PROEM.
  • FABLE VIII.
  • THE FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS.
    • PREFACE.
  • THE FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS
  • LETTER I.
  • LETTER II.
  • LETTER III.
  • LETTER IV.
  • LETTER V.
  • LETTER VI.
  • LETTER VII.
  • LETTER VIII.
  • LETTER IX.
  • LETTER X.
  • LETTER XI.
  • LETTER XII.
  • THE FUDGES IN ENGLAND
    • PREFACE.
  • THE FUDGES IN ENGLAND
  • LETTER I.
  • LETTER II.
  • LETTER III.
    • TO MY SHADOW; OR, WHY?—WHAT?—HOW?
  • LETTER IV.
  • LETTER V.
  • LETTER VI.
  • LETTER VII.
    • IRREGULAR ODE.
  • LETTER VIII.
  • LETTER IX.
  • LETTER X.
  • LETTER XI.
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