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"A E" (GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL 1867- ) Inheritance 85 Answer 312 Gods of War 423 ALDINGTON, RICHARD (1892- ) Whitechapel 103 ANONYMOUS The Sturdy Rock 13 The Invitation 14 The Plaything 15 Phillida Flouts Me 128 "God rest you merry, gentlemen" 241 ARMSTRONG, MARTIN (1882- ) The Young Bather 444 ARNOLD, MATTHEW (1822-1888) The Forsaken Merman 60 Requiescat 65 Immortality 65 ASHE, THOMAS (1836-1889) A Machine Hand 73 The City Clerk 304 Old Jane 417 BALLADS Sir Patrick Spens 1 Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar 3 Waly, Waly 9 The Braes of Yarrow 116 Annan Water 119 Bonnie George Campbell 121 Lord Thomas and Fair Annet 231 Kirconnell Lea 237 The Twa Corbies 239 Willie Drowned in Yarrow 344 Dives and Lazarus 346 The Douglas Tragedy 348 BIBLE The Lament of David over Saul and Jonathan 12 The Magnificat 242 Benedictus 352 BINYON, LAURENCE (1869- ) For the Fallen 313 Holiday 425 BLAKE, WILLIAM (1757-1827) The Tiger 21 BRIDGES, ROBERT (1844-1930) London Snow 79 BROWNING, ROBERT (1812-1889) My Last Duchess 47 Up at a Villa--Down in the City 49 Nerve Riel 52 How They Brought the Good News 176 The Pied Piper of Hamelin 179 The Italian in England 290 Marching Along 295 Give a Rouse 296 Boot and Saddle 296 The Boy and the Angel 396 Pheidippides 400 BURNS, ROBERT (1759-1796) To a Mouse 132 A Man's a Man for a' That 134 The Farewell 363 "Last May a braw wooer" 364 Bonnie Doon 366 BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, LORD (1788-1824) "Ave Maria" (From Don Juan) 30 To Thomas Moore 146 Waterloo (From Childe Harold) 147 Vision of Belshazzar 150 The Destruction of Sennacherib 265 The Isles of Greece (From Don Juan) 266 Ocean (From ChiMe Harold) 378 CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD YOUNG (1885- ) The Dromedary 94 CAMPBELL, WILFRED (1861-1919) Indian Summer 104 How One Winter Came in the Lake Region 105 The Winter Lakes 106 CAMPION, THOMAS ( ?-1619) "The man of life upright" 351 CAREW, THOMAS (1595?-1639?) A Song ("Ask me no more") 354 CARMAN, BLISS (1861-1929) Bloodroot 221 Peony 223 The Deserted Pasture 225 CHALMERS, PATRICK R The Road 332 CHESTERTON, GILBERT KEITH (1874- ) The Donkey 91 COLERIDGE, HARTLEY (1796-1849) Song ("She is not fair") 383 COLERIDGE, MARY (1861-1907) "Egypt's might is tumbled down" 434 COLLINS, WILLIAM (1721-1759) Ode to Evening 19 CORNFORD, FRANCES (1886- ) Autumn Evening 445 The Allegorical Dream 446 Susan to Diana 447 CORY, WILLIAM (1823-1892) Mimnermus in Church 66 COWPER, WILLIAM (1731-1800) The Nightingale and Glow-worm 362 The Winter Morning Walk 368 CRABBE, GEORGE (1754-1832) The Islet (From The Borough) 137 CRAWFORD, ISABELLA VALANCY (1850-1886) Love's Land 221 CUNNINGHAM, JOHN (1729-1773) The Fox and the Cat 131 DAVIDSON, JOHN (1857-1909) A Cinque Port 81 In Romney Marsh 421 DAVIES, WILLIAM HENRY (1871- ) The Green Tent 88 The Happy Child 202 Songs of Joy 314 The Philosophical Beggar 426 DE LA MARE, WALTER (1873- ) The Scribe 204 The Listeners 205 All That's Past 315 DICKINSON, EMILY (1830-1886) The Snow 67 The Railway Train 68 A Book 190 A Thunderstorm 191 The Snake 192 DOBSON, AUSTIN (1840-1921) "When Burbadge Played" 71 "In After Days" 72 DOYLE, SIR FRANCIS HASTINGS (1810-1888) The Loss of the Birkenhead 45 DRINKWATER, JOHN (1882- ) Moonlit Apples 432 DRUMMOND, WILLIAM (1585-1649) Saint John Baptist 123 FAHY, FRANCIS A (1854- ) Little Mary Cassidy 433 FITZGERALD, EDWARD (1809-1883) Old Song 159 FLECKER, JAMES ELROY (1884-1915) Oak and Olive 329 GAY, J (1685-1732) The Hare with Many Friends 16 The Peacock, the Turkey, and the Goose 252 GIBSON, WILFRID WILSON (1878- ) Flannan Isle 207 The Ice 211 The Ice-Cart 319 GOLDSMITH, OLIVER (1728-1774) An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog 369 GRAY, THOMAS (1716-1771) On the Death of a Favourite Cat 253 GREENE, ROBERT (1560-1592) "Sweet are the thoughts" 240 HARDY, THOMAS (1840-1928) Great Things 75 In the Servants' Quarters 76 In Time of "The Breaking of Nations" 78 "When I set out for Lyonnesse" 193 The Dead Drummer 194 Summer Schemes 305 The Colonel's Soliloquy 306 Beyond the Last Lamp 307 Life Laughs Onward 419 Barthelêmon at Vauxhall 420 Wagtail and Baby 420 HERBERT, GEORGE (1593-1633) The Pulley 356 HERRICK, ROBERT (1591-1674) A Thanksgiving to God for His House 243 His Grange, or Private Wealth 355 HODGSON, RALPH (1879- ) Eve 88 HOGG, JAMES (1770-1835) A Boy's Song 144 HOOD, THOMAS (1799-1845) "I remember, I remember" 271 The Bridge of Sighs 272 JOHNSON, E PAULINE (1862-1913) The Song My Paddle Sings 341 JOHNSON, LIONEL (1867-1902) To a Traveller 442 JOHNSON, SAMUEL (1709-1784) On the Death of Mr Robert Levetit 18 Johnson on Shakespeare 132 Wolsey (From The Vanity of Human Wishes) 361 JONSON, BEN (1573?-1637) An Epitaph on Salathiel Pavy 125 KEATS, JOHN (1795-1821) Introduction to Endyntion 155 La Belle Dame Sans Merci 269 To Autumn 381 On First Looking into Chapman's Homer 383 KINGSLEY, CHARLES (1818-1875) The Last Buccaneer 297 The Three Fishers 299 KIPLING, RUDYARD (1865- ) "Fuzzy-Wuzzy" 82 "For all we have and are" 310 LAMPMAN, ARCHIBALD (1861-1899) Morning on the Liêvre 112 A January Morning 114 Winter-Break 114 Hepaticas 230 The Passing of Spring 230 Evening 231 LANG, ANDREW (1844-1912) Twilight on Tweed 194 LAWRENCE, DAVID HERBERT (1885-1930) Man and Bat 214 Snake 448 LETTS, WINIFRED M (1887- ) The Spires of Oxford 432 LOCKER-LAMPSON, FREDERICK (1821-1895) To My Grandmother 58 LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH (1807-1882) The Builders 156 The Warden of the Cinque Ports 157 LOVELACE, RICHARD (1618-1658) To Lucasta, on Going to the Wars 126 To Althea,from Prison 245 LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL (1819-1891) The Courtin' 187 LYLY, JOHN (1554?-1606) Cupid and Campaspe 122 MCCRAE, JOHN (1872-1918) In Flanders Fields 104 MACDONALD, J E H Maple Bloom 460 MACDONALD, WILSON (1880- ) M'sieu 227 Where is Antioch! 229 Christmas Dinner at Child's 456 MACLEAN, HUGH JOHN Just a Clerk 458 MARLOWE, CHRISTOPHER (1564-1593) The Passionate Shepherd to His Love 11 MARVELL, ANDREW (1621-1678) Song of the Emigrants in Bermuda 126 MASEFIELD, JOHN (1878- ) Tewkesbury Road 92 Christmas Eve at Sea 206 Beauty 318 Cargoes 318 Trade Winds 430 Cavalier 431 MEW, CHARLOTTE The Changeling 327 MILTON, JOHN (1608-1674) On His Blindness 14 MONRO, HAROLD (1879-1932) Milk for the Cat 320 MOORE, THOMAS (1779-1852) A Canadian Boat Song 146 After the Battle 377 MORRIS, F J A The First Hepatica 460 Life 461 MORRIS, WILLIAM (1834-1896) Riding Together 68 Introductory Stanzas to The Earthly Paradise 70 The Eve of Crecy 302 MUNRO, NEIL (1864-1930) To Exiles 309 NAIRNE, CAROLINA OLIPHANT, LADY (1766-1845) The Laird o' Cockpen 135 Caller Herrin' 367 NEWBOLT, SIR HENRY (1862- ) The Adventurers 198 He Fell Among Thieves 200 NOYES, ALFRED (1880- ) The Highwayman 322 O'CONOR, NORREYS JEPHSON (1885- ) Moira's Keening 86 "O'NEILL, MOIRA" (MRS WALTER SKRINE) Cuttin' Rushes 91 A Broken Song 203 Corrymecla 429 OWEN, WILFRED (1893-1918) Spring Offensive 101 Anthem for Doomed Youth 102 Disabled 443 PEACOCK, THOMAS LOVE (1785-1866) The War Song of Dinas 'Mawr 263 Margaret Love Peacock 264 PICKTHALL, MARJORIE L C (1883-1922) The Pool 231 St Yves' Poor 335 The Little Sister of the Prophet 337 Pere Lalemant 462 Dream River 464 POE, EDGAR ALLEN (1809-1849) The Raven 31 Annabel Lee 384 POPE, ALEXANDER (1688-1744) "Heaven from all creatures" (From An Essay on Man) 360 PRATT, EDWIN JOHN (1883- ) The Ice Floes 107 ROBERTS, CHARLES G D (1860- ) The Potato Harvest 452 An Epitaph for a Husbandman 452 The Solitary Woodsman 454 ROSSETTI, DANTE GABRIEL (1828-1882) My Sister's Sleep 299 On Refusal of Aid Between Nations 302 Sister Helen 407 SACKVILLE, CHARLES, EARL OF DORSET (1638-1706) Song ("To all you ladies") 357 SASSOON, SIEGFRIED (1886- ) Dreamers 93 SCOTT, DUNCAN CAMPBELL (1862- ) "0 turn once more" 338 A Summer Storm 339 The First Snow 340 SCOTT, SIR WALTER (1771-1832) Bonnie Dundee 25 Brignall Banks 27 Song ("The sun upon the lake is low") 145 Rosabelle 256 "A weary lot is thine" 258 Pibroch of Donald Dhu 259 Albert Graeme 260 County Guy 374 Proud Maisie 375 The Palmer 376 SEAMAN, OWEN (1861- ) To an Old Fogey 212 Castles on the Sand 435 SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM (1564-1616) Sonnet xxix 11 Sonnet xxx 240 "When icicles hang by the wall" 353 SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE (1792-1822) The Cloud 151 Ozymandias 154 To Jane 381 SHIRLEY, JAMES (1596-1666) Death the Leveller 124 SOUTHEY, ROBERT (1774-1843) "My days among the Dead " 262 STEPHENS, JAMES (1882- ) Peadar Og Goes Courting 98 The Girl I Left Behind Me 100 The Shell 436 The Sootherer 437 The Rivals 441 In the Cool of the Evening 441 STEVENSON, ROBERT Louis (1850-1894) The Vagabond 73 SWIFT, JONATHAN (1667-1745) Baucis and Philemon 246 TENNYSON, ALFRED, LORD (1809-1892) The Sleeping Beauty 37 Ulysses 41 "Of old sat Freedom on the heights" 43 "Home they brought her warrior dead" 44 Mariana 161 "You ask me why" 164 The Lotos-Eaters 165 Early Spring 171 Northern Farmer—New Style 173 The Lady of Shalott 280 ' "The splendour falls" 286 In Memoriam cxxiii 287 In Memoriam—liv 287 Far-far-away 288 "Break, break, break" 289 St Agnes' Eve 385 In the Valley of Cauteretz 386 A Farewell 387 In Memoriam—xxvii 388 In Memoriam—lxiv 388 In Memoriam—ti 390 Northern Farmer—Old Style 391 Tithonus 394 THOMAS, EDWARD (1877-1917) The Manor Farm 97 Adlestrop 316 Swedes 317 Tall Nettles 317 Words 427 THOMPSON, FRANCIS (1859-1907) Daisy 196 To a Snowflake 422 TYNAN, KATHARINE (MRS HINKSON) (1861-1931) A Girl's Song 87 Farewell 334 WADDINGTON, SAMUEL (1844-1923) To One in Town 195 WALLER, EDMUND (1606- 1687) Song ("Go lovely rose!") 356 WHITE, JOSEPH BLANCO (1775-1841) To Night 29 WHITTIER, JOHN GREENLEAF (1807-1892) My Playmate 276 The Battle Autumn of 1862 278 WILDE, OSCAR (1856-1900) Les Silhouettes 80 Requiescat 80 WOLFE, HUMBERT (1885- ) The Grey Squirrel 333 WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM (1770-1850) London, 1802 23 Composed after a Journey 23 The Solitary Reaper 24 Thought of a Briton on the Subjugation of Switzerland 140 To the Daisy 140 Elegiac Stanzas 141 "It is not to be thought of" 255 To Sleep 255 September, 1802 371 "Hail, Twilight, sovereign of one peaceful hour" 371 To a Skylark 372 Influence of Natural Objects 372 WOTTON, SIR HENRY (1568-1639) Character of a Happy Life 122 YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER (1865- ) The Lake Isle of Innisfree 202 YOUNG, FRANCIS BRETT (1884- ) Seascape 94 Bete Humaine 214
A Baby watched a ford 420 A high bare field, brown from the plough 452 A mist was driving down the British Channel 157 A narrow fellow in the grass 192 A Nightingale that all day long 362 A snake came to my water-trough 448 A thing of beauty is a joy for ever 155 "A weary lot is thine, fair maid" 258 A wind is rustling "south and soft" 206 Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh 374 All along the valley, stream that fiashest white 386 All are architects of Fate 156 All day between high-curded clouds the sun 114 All the merry kettle-drums are thudding into rhyme 431 Along the line of smoky hills 104 And Mary said, My soul cloth magnify the Lord 242 And then I pressed the shell 436 Annan Water's wading deep 119 Are you not weary in your distant places 309 A rnoklus V illanova 223 As flow the rivers to the sea 85 As I was walking all alane 239 As I went down to Dymchurch Wall 421 As it fell out upon a day 346 Ask me no more where Jove bestows 354 At the top of the house the apples are laid in rows 432 Ave Maria! blessed be the hour 30 Behold her, single in the field 24 Below the down the stranded town 81 Blessed be the Lord God of Israel 352 Boot, saddle, to horse, and away' 296 Break, break, break 289 Bright flower! whose home is everywhere! 140 Come back, come back, 'tis Nature bids you come' 195 Come, dear children, let us away 60 Come live with me and be my Love 10 Come with me, follow me, swift as a moth 231 Condemned to Hope's delusive mine 18 "Courage!" he said, and pointed toward the land 165 Cupid and my Campaspe play'd 122 Dark and more dark the shades of evening fell 23 Dawn from the Fore-top! Dawn from the Barrel! 107 Deep on the convent roof the snows 385 Dosn't thou 'ear my 'erses legs, as they canters away) 173 Dost thou look back on what hath been 388 Down by the water a boy stood there 444 Down in yon garden sweet and gay 344 Egypt's might is tumbled down 434 Ethereal ministrel! pilgrim of the sky! 372 Eve, with her basket 88 Faintly as tolls the evening chime 146 Far above us where a jay 112 Fate wafts us from the pigmies' shore 423 First I salute this soil of the blessed, river and rock! 400 Flow down, cold rivulet, to the sea 387 Foiled by our fellow-men, depressed, outworn 65 For all we have and are 310 For many, many days together 68 For weeks and weeks the Autumn world stood still 105 Friendship, like love, is but a name 16 From upland slopes I see the cows file by 231 Give to me the life I love 73 Go, lovely rose! 356 God makes sech nights, all white an' still 187 God rest you merry, gentlemen 241 Gold on her head, and gold on her feet 302 Good people all, of every sort 369 Had I but plenty of money, money enough and to spare 49 Hail, Twilight, sovereign of one peaceful hour 371 Halted against the shade of a last hill 101 Hamelin Town's in Brunswick 179 Heaven from all creatures hides the book of fate 360 He said: "Awake my soul, and with the sun" 420 He sat in a wheeled chair, waiting for dark 443 Her day out from the workhouse-ward, she stands 211 He who would start and rise 452 High upon Highlands 121 Home they brought her warrior dead 44 How happy is he born and taught 122 I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers 151 I dreamt Death called my friend 446 I envy not in any moods 388 I have left a basket of dates 337 I have seen dawn and sunset on moors and windy hills 318 I heard a bird at dawn 441 I lift the Lord on high (Pare Lalemant) 462 I like to see it lap the miles 68 I love old women best, I think 417 I love the stony pasture 225 I met a traveller from an antique land 154 I remember, I remember 271 I saw the spires of Oxford 432 I saw this day sweet flowers grow thick 202 I sprang to the stirrup, and Joris, and he 176 I thought I heard Him calling! Did you hear 441 I was thy neighbour once, thou rugged pile! 141 I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree 202 I wish I were where Helen lies 237 If aught of oaten stop, or pastoral song 19 In after days when grasses high 72 In ancient times, as story tells 246 In beauty faults conspicuous grow 252 In dreams I see the dromedary still 94 In Flanders fields the poppies blow 104 In full-blown dignity see Wolsey stand 361 In green lacy bloom 460 In summer time, when leaves grow green 3 In the harbour, in the island, in the Spanish Seas 430 "Is there anybody there?" said the Traveller 205 Is there, for honest poverty 134 It is good to be out on the road 92 It is not to be thought of that the Flood 255 It little profits that an idle king 41 It sifts from leaden sieves 67 It was a' for our rightful king 363 It was an English Ladye bright 260 It was many and many a year ago 384 Jeffik was there, and Matthieu, and brown Bran 335 Kentish Sir Byng stood for his King 295 King Charles, and who'll do him right now) 296 Kitty's charming voice and face 15 Last May a Draw wooer cam down the lang glen Last night a storm fell on the world 339 Late at e'en, drinking the wine 116 Like a small grey 333 Long night succeeds thy little day 204 Lord, I am but a little clerk 458 Lord Thomas and Fair Annet 233 Lord, thou halt given me a cell 243 Lord, what unvalued pleasures crowned 14 "Man, you too, aren't you, one of these rough followers of the criminal"? 76 Milton! thou shouldst be living at this hour 23 Morning, evening, noon, and night 396 Much have I travelled in the realms of gold 383 My boat is on the shore 140 My days among the Dead are past 262 My little milliner has slipped 73 Mysterious Night! when our first parent knew 29 Night closed around the conqueror's way 377 No longer in the meadow coigns shall blow 23() Noise; Iron hoofs, iron wheels, iron din 103 Not soon shall I forget 334 Not that the earth is changing, 0 my God! 302 Now that I am dressed I'll go 98 "Now where are ye going',' ses I, "wid the shawl 33) 0 Brignall banks are wild and fair 27 0 frankly bald and obviously stout! 212 0 Friend! I know not which way I must look 371 O listen, listen, ladies gay! 256 O Little Joy, why do you run so fast 437 0 Mountains of Erin 86 0, open the door, some pity to show 376 O turn once more! 338 0, waly, waly, up the bank 9 O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms 269 Of flock of sheep that leisurely pass by 255 Of Heaven or Hell I have no power to sing 70 Of old sat Freedom on the heights 43 Oh England is a pleasant place for them that's rich and high 297 Oh Love builds on the azure sea 221 Oh, maybe it was yesterday, or fifty-years ago! 91 Oh! that the desert were my dwelling-place 378 Oh! 'tis little Mary Cassidy's the cause of all my misery 433 Oh! what a plague is love 128 Oh yet we trust that somehow good 287 On either side the river lie 280 On the sea and at the Hogue, sixteen hundred ninety-two 52 Once more the Heavenly Power 171 Once upon a midnight dreary 31 One more Unfortunate 272 Only a man harrowing clods 78 Out in a world of death far to the northward lying 106 Out, life of care! 426 Out of us all 427 Over here in England I'm hclpin' wi' the hay 428 Over that morn hung heaviness, until 94 Over the downs in sunlight clear 199 Perched on my city office stool 319 Pibroch of Donuil Dhu 259 Proud Maisie is in the wood 375 Quinquereme of Nineveh from distant Ophir 318 Rambling I looked for an old abode 419 Riding through Ruwu swamp 214 Right on our flank the crimson sun went down 45 'Rise up, rise up, now, Lord Douglas,' she says 348 Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness 381 She fell asleep on Christmas Eve 299 She is not fair to outward view 383 She watched the blaze 100 Sing out, my Soul, thy songs of joy 314 Soldiers are citizens of death's gray land 93 Sometimes a party, rowed from town will land 137 Summer has spread a cool green tent 88 Strew on her roses, roses 65 Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content 240 Sweet cyder is a great thing 75 Tall nettles cover up, as they have done 317 Tell me not, Sweet, I am unkind 126 That second time they hunted me 290 That's my last Duchess painted on the wall 47 The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold 265 The beauty of Israel is slain upon thy high places 12 The field pools gathered into frosted lace 340 The flags of war like storm birds fly 278 The fox and the cat, as they travelled one day 131 The glittering roofs are still with frost 114 The glories of our blood and state 124 The isles of Greece! the isles of Greece' 266 The keen stars were twinkling 381 The king sits in Dumferling toune 1 The King was on his throne 150 The Laird o' Cockpen 135 The last and greatest Herald of Heaven's King 123 The man of life upright 351 The Meuse and Marne have little waves 87 The mountain sheep are sweeter 263 The mountains, and the lonely death at last 442 The Ottawa is a dark stream 227 The pines were dark on Ramoth hill 276 The quay recedes Hurrah! Ahead we got 306 The rock-like mud unfroze a little 97 The sea is flecked with bars of gray 80 The shadows flickering, the daylight dying 445 The splendour falls on castle walls 286 The sturdy rock, for all his strength 13 The sun upon the lake is low 145 The trees to their innermost marrow 230 The toiler toiling in the fields all day 461 The warmth of life is quenched with bitter frost 312 The wind begun to rock the grass 191 The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees 322 The woods decay, the woods decay and fall 394 There is no frigate like a book 190 There rolls the deep where grew the tree 287 There was a sound of revelry by night 147 They have taken the gable from the roof of clay 317 They throw in Drummer Hodge, to rest 194 This relative of mine 58 Though clock 355 Though I was born a Londoner 329 Though three men dwell on Flannan Isle 207 Three crests against the saffron sky 194 Three fishers went sailing away to the West 299 Through Ebblesborne and Broad-Chalke 425 Tiger, tiger, burning bright 21 'Tis a dull sight 159 'Tis morning; and the sun, with ruddy orb 368 'Tis strange how my head runs on 304 To all you ladies now at land 357 To the Lords of Convention 'twas Claver'se who spoke 25 Toll no bells for me, dear Father, dear Mother 327 Toward your fortress, bravely planned 435 Tread lightly, she is near 80 'Twas on a lofty vase's side 253 Two voices are there, one is of the Sea 140 Unwatched, the garden boughs shall sway 390 Very old are the woods 315 Wee, sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie 132 Weep with me, all you that read 125 Welcome! sweet flower, the firstling of the year 460 West wind blow from your prairie nest 341 We've fought with many men accost the seas 82 Wha'll buy my caller herrin'? 367 What heart would have thought you) 422 What lovely things 204 What passing-bells for those who die as cattle 102 What sight so lured him through the fields he knew 288 Wheer 'asta bean saw long and med liggin"ere aloan 391 When April winds arrive 221 When Burbadge played 71 When fishes flew and forests walked 91 When friendly summer calls again 305 When God at first made man 356 When I consider how my light is spent 14 When I set out for Lyonnesse 193 When I went into my room, at mid-morning 214 When icicles hang by the wall 353 When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes 11 When Learning's triumph o'er her barb'rous foes 132 When Love with unconfined wings 245 When men were all asleep the snow came flying 79 When the grey lake-water rushes 454 When the tea is brought at five o'clock 320 When to the sessions of sweet silent thought 240 Where am I from? From the green hills of Erin 203 "Where is Antioch, brother"? 229 Where the pools are bright and deep 144 Where the remote Bermudas ride 126 Where the thistle lifts a purple crown 196 While rain, with eve in partnership 307 Wind-silvered willows hedge the stream 464 Wisdom and Spirit of the universe 372 With blackest moss the flower-plots 161 With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children 313 "Why did you melt your waxen man, Sister Helen?" 407 Ye flowery banks o' bonnie Doon 366 "Ye have robbed," said he, "ye have slaughtered and made an end" 200 Year after year unto her feet 37 Yes I remember Adlestrop 316 Yesterday the merchant-men 456 You ask me, why, tho' ill at ease 164 You promise heavens free from strife 66 Your youth is like a water-wetted stone 447
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