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John Anderson, My Jo, John

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John Gilpin Was a Citizen

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Just in the Dubious Point, Where With the Pool 309

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King Bruce of Scotland Flung Himself Down 406
Kneeling, Fair in the Twilight Gray. ..
Know Ye the Land Where the Cypress and Myrtle 355
Knowest Thou the Land Which Lovers Ought to

Choose
Knows He That Never Took a Pinch

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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of the Coming
of the Lord

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Mister Socrates Snooks, a Lord of Creation 479
Moan, Moan, Ye Dying Gales

331
Moon of Harvest, Herald Mild .

302
Most Potent, Grave, and Reverend Signiors
Mount of the Clouds, on Whose Olympian Height 155
Mournfully! O, Mournfully . .

117
Mrs. Lofty Keeps a Carriage.

437
My Babe! My Tiny Babe! My Only Babe ! 287
My Boat is on the Shore.

337
My Early Love, and Must We Part

323
My Girl Hath Violet Eyes and Yellow Hair 99
My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold

124
My Heart's In the Highlands, My Heart is Not
Here

314
My Jesus, As Thou Wilt

367
My Lord Tomnoddy Got Up One Day

473
My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is

269
My Mother, When I Learned That Thou Wast

Dead.
My Name is Norval ; On the Grampian Hill IS2
My Son, Thou Wilt Dream the World is Fair.

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My Sheep I Neglected; I Broke My Sheep Hook
My Time, o Ye Muses, Was Happily Spent

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Lady! I Will Not Forget My Trust

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Land of My Fathers ! Though No Mangrove Here 250
Land of the Brave! Where Lie Inurned

357
Lead, Kindly Light, Amid the Encircling Gloom 382
Leaves Have Their Time to Fall

377
Let Me Sit Down a Moment . .

61
Lest Men Suspect Your Tale Untrue .
Let Fame to the World Sound America's Voice. 341
Like a Ball That Bounds..

329
Like Fragments of an Uncompleted World, 156
Like Some Vision Olden...

310
Lily Bells! Lily Bells ! Swinging and Ringing 383
Linger Not Long. Home is Not Home Without

Thee . .
Lithe and Long as the Serpent Train

124
Little Golden-Hair was Watching in the Window
Broad and High

61
Little Gretchen, Little Gretchen, Wanders Up
and Down the Street

323
Little Nan Gordon

412
Little Rills Make Wider Streamlets

478
Little Streams are Light and Shallow.

150
Lo! Where the Rosy-Bosomed Hours

113
Long Years Ago I Wandered Here

143
Look On These Waters, With How Soft a Kiss . 138
Look Off, Dear Love, Across the Sallow Sands .

94
Look Round Our World, Behold the Chain of
Love

125
Loose Every Sail to the Breeze .

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Loud Roared the Dreaded Thunder
Love is the Root of Creation; God's Essence

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Nature is Made Better By No Mean . .

275
Needy Knife-grinder! Whither are You Going? 442
Neglected Now the Early Daisy Lies

303
Never Any More.

69
Never Wedding, Ever Wooing

91
Nigh to a Grave that was Newly Made .

322
Night Wind, Whispering Wind, Wind of the
Carib Sea.

254
No Baby in the House, I Know
Noble the Mountain Stream.

151
No, Children, My Trips Are Over

172
No Jeweled Beauty is My Love

80
No More, My Sister; Urge Me Not Again .

415
No Stir in the Air, No Stir in the Sea

225
No Sun-No Moon !

133
Nor Rural Sights Alone, but Rural Sounds

311
Not a Drum was Heard, not a Funeral Note .

337
Not in the Laughing Bowers

332
Not, My Soul, What Thou Hast Done

389
Not Ours the Vows of Such as Plight

67
Not What the Chemists Say They Be

79
Nothing is Lost: the Drop of Dew
November Chill Blaws Loud wi' Angry Sugh 18
Now Departs Day's Gairish Light

143
Now Glory to the Lord of Hosts, From Whom
All Glories Are .

177
Now, if I Fall, Will it Be My Lot .

267
Now, I's Got a Notion in My Head Dat When
You Come to Die . .

257
Now Let Me Sit Beneath the Whitening Thorn . 115
Now the Bright Morning Star, Day's Harbinger 135
Now, Upon Syria's Land of Roses

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Madam, There is a Lady in Your Hall .
Maid of Athens, Ere We Part ..
Magnificence of Ruin! What Has Time
"Make Way for Liberty!” He Cried
"Man Wants but Little Here Below"
Many a Green Isle Necds Must Be
Many a Long, Long Year Ago .
Maud Muller, On a Summer's Day
Men, Dying, Make Their Wills, but Wives .
Men Have Done Brave Deeds
Merrily Swinging On Brier and Weed
Mid Pleasures and Palaces Though We May

Roam ..
Midnight Passed! Not a Sound of Aught
Mine Be a Cot Beside the Hill ..

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O God! Though Sorrow be my Fate

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0, Is Not This a Holy Spot

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O Good lago.

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O Lady, Leave Thy Silken Thread

43
O Lay Thy Hand in Mine, Dear .

25
O Little Feet; That Such Long Years

401
O Mary, Go and Call the Cattle Home.

48
O More or Less than Man-in High or Low

346
O Mother Dear, Jerusalem

395
0, Never Sit Me Down, and Say

255
O Nightingale, Best Poet of the Grove

132
O Revererd Sir, I do Declare

472
O Rosamond, Thou Fair and Good

402
O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

375
O, Sad are They Who Know not Love . 93
O, Say, can you see, by the Dawn's early Light . 241
O Sextant of the Meeting-house Which Sweeps 472
O, Sing Unto My Roundelay..

68
O Stream Descending to the Sea . .

34
O Talk Not to Me of a Name Great in Story . 78
O Terribly Proud was Miss MacBride

471
0, That Last day in Lucknow Fort

183
O the Charge at Balaklava! .

185
O, the Days are Gone, When Beauty Bright . 73
O then, I see, Queen Mab hath been with you 428
O, Think'st Thou we shall ever Meet again 323
O Those Little, Those Little Blue Shoes

403
O Thou, wha in the Heavens Dost Dwell

455
O Thou Vast Ocean ! Ever Sounding Sea . 224
O Throat ! O Trembling Throat!.

128
O what is that Comes Gliding in .
O When it is Summer Weather .
O, Wherefore Come Ye Forth, in Triumph from
the North .

192
O Whither Sail You, Sir John Franklin
O Winter! Wilt Thou Never, Never Go?.

166
O yet we Trust that Somehow Good

385
O Young Lochnivar is Come Out of the West

38
Open thy Lattice, O Lady Bright . .

459
Our Boat to the Waves go Free

218
Our Good Steeds Snuff the Evening Air 185
Our Native Land, Our Native Vale

257
Our Table is Spread for Two, To-night.

35
Out of the Bosom of the Air...

137
Out of the Clover and Blue-Eyed Grass

313
Over the Hill to the Poor house I'm Trudgin' my
Weary Way ..

42
Over the Hills to the Poor-house Sad Paths Have

Been Made To-day
Over the Hills the Farm-boy Goes
Over the Mountains
Over the River They Beckon to Me
Oxcoose me if I Shed Some Tears

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Och, Girls Dear, did you ever Hear ..
O'er Judah's Land thy Thunders Broke, O Lord 90
Of all Men, Saving Sylla the Man-Slayer

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Of all the Girls that are so Smart . .

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Of all the Wives as e'er you know

564
Of Nelson and the North

194
Oft Have I Walked these Woodland Paths 157
Oft in the Stilly Night . .

38
Oh, A Dainty Plant is the Ivy Green

118
Oh! A Wonderful Stream is the River of Time. 264
Oh! Ask not a Home in the Mansions of Pride .
Oh! Do not Stand so Long Outside . .

549
Oh! Give me Back that Royal Dream

251
Oh! Hadst Thou Never Shared My Fate

72
O-hoi-ye-ho, Ho-ye-ho, Who's for the Ferry
Oh! I Shall Not Forget until Memory Depart 226
Oh, I Thought Her so Pretty and Called Her My
Own

93
Oh! Mona's Waters are Blue and Bright

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Oh, my Golden Days of Childhood .

396
Oh, my Love Stood Under a Walnut Tree

518
Oh! Tell Me Not of Lofty Fate

94
Oh Tell me One Thing, Tell me Truly

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Oh! What is that Radiant Glory

544
Oh! Why Should the Spirit of Mortal be Proud 258
Old Birch, who Taught the Village School

479
Old Grimes is Dead, That Good Old Man

53
Old Ironsides at Anchor Lay

173
Old Man, God Bless You! Does Your Pipe Taste
Sweetly

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Old Reuben Fisher, Who Lived in the Lane 363
Old Tribal Cain was a Man of Might

304
On all thy Trees, on every Bough

134
On Alphine Heights the Love of God is Shed 145
On Leven's Banks, while Free to Rove.

149
On Parent's Knee, a Naked, New-born Child 401
On Richmond Hill There Lives a Lass .

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On the Cross-beam under the Old South Bell

130
On the Deep is the Mariner's Danger

216
On the Wall of Brick and Plaster .

407
Once in a City's Crowded Street

299
Once upon a Midnight Dreary

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One Kind Wish Before We Part

75
One More Unfortunate ..

321
One Night Came on a Hurricane

223
One Sweetly Solemn Thought .

373
On thy Fair Bosom, Silver Lake

146
One Time my Soul was Pierced as with a Sword 276
One Year ago—a Ringing Voice

330
Only Waiting till the Shadows .

277
O Blithe New-Comer! I have Heard.

128
O Do Not Wanton With Those Eyes
O Don't be Sorrowful, Darling

372
O Fairest of Creation, Last and Best .

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0, Fruit Loved by Boyhood! the Old Days
Recalling

145
O Gentle, Gentle Summer Rain

149
0, Go Not Yet, My Love

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Pauline, by I'ride

284 Stop ! for thy Tread is on an Empire's Dust. 44
Pause not to Dream of the Future Before Us 296 Stop, Mortal ! Here thy Brother Lies

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Peace Dwells Not There-This Rugged Face

346
Sweet and Low, Sweet and Low

95
Pillars are Fallen at Thy Feet . .

348 Sweet Auburn! Loveliest Village of the Plain 288
Pipe, Little Minstrels of the Waning Year 137

Sweet is the Pleasure

301
Piping Down the Valleys Wild

403

Sweet Jenny, I Write On My Knee .
“Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow' 300 Sweetheart, Good-bye, That Fluttering Sail . 94
Pretty Firstling of the Year.

136 Sweet Poet of the Woods, a Long Adieu . 127
Prop yer Eyes Wide Open, Joey

447 Sweet Wind, Fair Wind, Where Have You Been? 295
Pull, Pull! And the Pail is Full

83
Take Back into thy Bosom, Earth

353
Rattle the Window, Winds !

272
Take Back the Heart that Thou Gavest

524
Rest for the Weary, Rest . .

Talking of Sects Till Late One Eve
Restless forms of Living Light

218

Tears, Idle Tears, I know not what they Mean 331
Ring Out, Wild Bells, to the Wild Sky

298

Tell Him, for Years I Never Nursed a Thought 67
“Rock of Ages, Cleft For Me"

369 Tell Me, Ye Winged Winds, that round my Path-
Roll On, Thou Ball, Roll On

457
way Roar . .

261
Tell Me Not, in Mournful Numbers

256
Said Nester to his Pretty Wife, Quite Sorrowful That Handkerchief. ...

429
One Day

456
That is not Home, Where Day by Day .

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Say, Mighty Love, and Teach My Song

88 That Which Hath Made Them Drunk Hath Made
Say, Watchman, What of the Night?

373
Me Bold

426
Say, Ye that know, Ye who have Felt and Seen 131 That's Right-You are Collected and Direct . 422
Scenes that are Brightest...

496

The Angry Word Suppressed, the Taunting
Scots, Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled

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Thought

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She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways

79
The Autumn is Old.

134
See, Here's a Bower. .

422 The Bard Has Sung, God Never Formed a Sow 75
See Yon Robin on the Spray

132

The Birds Must Know. Who Wisely Sings 454
She is a Winsome Wee Thing
26 The Birds, when Winter Shades the Sky

74
She Rose from her Delicious Sleep
389 The Breaking Waves Dashed High

248
She Shrank from All, and her Silent Mood

331

The Bright Stars fade, The Morn is Breaking 530
She Stood Breast High Amid the Corn

311 The Brown Old Earth Lies Quiet and Still 391
She Stood Alone Amidst the April Fields

113
The Castle Clock Had Tollid Midnight

39
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot .
38 The Castled Crag of Drachenfels .

147
Should Fate Command Meto the Farthest Verge

155 The Cock Has Crowed. I Hear the Doors Unbarred 163
Sing Them Upon the Sunny Hills . . .

307

The Cold Winds Swept the Mountain Height 168
Six Skeins and Three, Six Skeins and Three

The Cottage was a Thatched One, its Outside Old
Slowly England's Sun was Setting o'er the Hill-

and Mean

272
tops Far Away

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The Cricket.Chirps All Day

134
Softly Woo Away Her Breath .

369 | The Crimson Tide was Ebbing, and the Pulse grew
Soft You; a Word or Two Before You Co

weak and Faint .

329
Somebody's Courting Somebody

94

The Curfew Tolls the Knell of Parting Day 254
Some Murmur When Their Sky is Clear

376

The Daisies Peep from every Field .
Some People You've Met in Your Time no doubt The Dark Knight of the Forest

419
Some Reckon Their Age by Years

271
The Daughter Sits in the Parlor

451
Somewhere on this Earthly Planet

288

The Dearest Spot of Earth to Me .
So Sweetly She Bade Me “Adieu"

322

The Dew was Falling Fast; the Stars Began to
So Sweet, the Roses in their Blowing

114
Blink

410
So Youv'e Brought Me This Costly bible 384 The Dreamy Rhymer's Measured Snore

350
Source of My Life's Refreshing Springs.

367
The Dusky Night Rides Down the Sky

45
Speak no evil, and Cause no Ache
383 The Eastern sky is Blushing Red .

300
Spinning, Spinning, by the Sea

239
The Element of Beauty which in thee

342
Spring, with that Nameless Pathos in the Air 162 The Farmer came in from the field one Day 311
Stand ! the Ground's Your Own, My Braves ! 244 The Farmer Sat in His Easy Chair

26
“Stand to Your Guns, Men!” Morris Cried 179 The Feathered Songster Chanticleer
St. Agnes' Eve-Ah, Bitter Chill it Was

104
The Fire-fies Freckle Every Spot.

141
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The Fountains Mingle with the River .

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The Garlands Fade that Spring so Lately Wove 125 The Time Hath Laid his Mantle By .

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The Grass is Green on Bunker Hill .

2.44 The Thoughts are Strange that Crowd into my
The Gray Sea, and the Long Black Land

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Brain ..

149
The Groves were God's First Temples. Ere The Topsails Shiver in the Wind

66
Man Learned

113 The Tree of Deepest Root is Found
The Heart bow'd down by Weight of Woe 550 The Twilight Hours, Like Birds, Flew By 219
The Heath This Night Must Be My Bed

109 The Warder looked down at the Dead of Night 289
The Hollow Winds Begin to Blow
152 The Water! the Water! ...

116
The Huge, Rough Stones From Out the Mine

The Waters Slept, Night's Silvery veil hung Low 283
The Isles of Greece, the Isles of Greece

359 The Way seems Dark about Me-Overhead 367
The Journals This Morning are Full of a Tale 175 The Weary Night is O'er at Last

184
The King Was on his Throne .
37 The Whip-poor-will is Calling .

244
The Kiss of Friendship, Kind and Calm

The White Moon Peeps thro' my Window-blind 36
The Lady Jane was Tall and Slim

460 The Wildgrave Winds His Bugle-horn .
The Lark Sings for Joy in her own Loved Land 129 The Wind is Blowing fresh, Kate .

560
The Latter Rain-it Falls in Anxious Haste
150 The Wind is up, the Field is Bare

314
The Lion is the Desert's King ; Through His The Wind, the Wandering Wind .

119
Domain so Wide.

131 The Woman was Old and Ragged and Gray 290
The Lovely Purple of the Moon's Besiowing. 238 There are Days of Deepest Sorrow ..

390
The Mackerel Boats Sailed Slowly Out.

224
There are Friends that we Never Forget

528
The Maiden Sat at her Busy Wheel

92

There are some Things hard to Understand 267
The Melancholy Days Are Come, the Saddest of There are Three Lessons I Would Write

394
the Year

135 There are Three Words that Sweetly Blend 36
The Mellow Year is Hastening to its Close 135 There is a Dungeon in whose Dim, Drear Light 24
The Minister Said Last Night, Says He
379 There is a Flower, a Little Flower

118
The Mistletoe Hung in the Castle Hall .
432 There is a Gloomy Grandeur in the Sun

142
The Moon on the East oriel Shone

358 There is a Land, of Every Land the Pride . 17
The Moon Was A-waning.

142
There is a Niland on a River Lying.

439
The Mountain and the Squirrel

397 There is a Pleasure in the Pathless Woods 153
The Muffled Drum's Sad Roll has Beat

252
There is a Tide in the Affairs of Men

431
The Nautilus and the Ammonite .

394

There is a World, a pure Unclouded Clime 271
The Night Was Made for Cooling Shade

There is Many a Rest in the Road of Life .

390
The North-East Spends His Rage; He Now, There is no Death! The Stars go Down

370
151 There is no Flock, however Watched and
The Path by which we Twain Did Go

89
Tended

370
The Phantom Isles are Fading From the Sea 381 There is No Time Like the Old Time, when You
The Poetry of Earth is Never Dead

160
and I were Young .

92
The Quality of Mercy is not Strained

There is not in this Wide World a Valley so Sweet 65
The Rain Has Ceased, and in my Room

153
There is the Hat .

328
The Room is Old–The Night is Cold

265

There Lived in Gothic Days, as Legends Tell 144
The Sabbath Day was Ending in a Village by the There's a Dear little Plant that grows in our Isle 532

371
There's a Good time Coming, Boys ..

298
The Salt Wind Blows upon my Check

326 There's a Grim one-horse Hearse in a jolly
The Scene Was More Beautiful Far to the Eye 219 Round Trot.

333
The Schoolboy Wandering Through the Wood 130 There's a letter in the Candle

526
The Sea is Calm To-night

224
There's a Little Mischief-maker

407
The Sea ! the Sea! the Open Sea !

There's a Magical Isle in the River of Time

256
The Silver Moon's Enamored Beam
114 There's a Story That's Old ....

478
The Soft Green Grass is Growing
260 There's Grandcur in this Sounding Storm

142
The Spacious Firmament on High
377 There's no Dearth of Kindness.

281
The Stormy March is Come at Last

114
There's no Dew Left on the Daisies and Clover

403
The Stranger wandering in the Switzer's Land 356

There's nothing Half so Charming

538
The Sunburnt Mowers are in the Swarth 306 There's Somewhat on my Breast, Father

467
The Sun from the East tips the Mountains with Gold 313 There was a time when Meadow, Grove, and
The Sun is Low, as Ocean's Flow

Stream . .

361
The Sunny Italy May Boast. ..
123 There was a Tumult in the City

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The Sun Shines Brighi on our Old Kentucky Home 24 There was (not Certain When) a Certain Preacher 470

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Those, as they Change, Almighty Father, These 140 Town, Tower. .

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These Thoughts, O Night! Are Thine .
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They Carried Pie to the Parson's House

464 Tread Lightly, Love, When Over My Head 93
They Come, the Merry Summer Months of Tread Softly, Bow the Head

262
Beauty, Song and Flowers . ..
115 Trifles light as Air...

429
They Drive Home the Cows from the Pasture 405

Turn, Gentle Hermit of the Dale

76
They Grew in Beauty, Side by Side .
33 'Twas at the Royal Feast for Persia won

274
They Sin who tell us Love can Die

72 'Twas in the Sultry Summer time, as War's Red
This is the Forest Primeval. The Murmuring

Records Show .

53
Pines and Hemlocks ..

'Twas Night-Our Anchored Vessel Slept 154
This is the Ship of Pearl, which, Poets Feign 239 'Twas on Lake Erie's Broad Expanse

168
This Region, Surely, is not the Earth
357 'Twas on a Winter Morning .

297
This Tale is True, for so the Records Show 60 'Twas Early Day, and Sunlight Streamed . 380
This was the Noblest Roman of them All

431 'Twas Late, and the Gay Company Was Gone . 464
This Was Too Melancholy, Father

417 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, When All
Those Evening Bells ! Those Evening Bells !

Through the House

· · 396
Thou art Gone to the Grave-We no longer de 'Twill not be Long—this Wearying Commotion 366
plore Thee ..

324 Two Hands upon the Breast
Thou Brightly Glittering Star of Even

143
Two Little Maidens Went One Day

387
Though when Other Maids Stand By

93 Two Pilgrims from the Distant Plain
Thou Happy, Happy Elf! ....

435 Two or Three Dears, and Two or Three Sweets 439
Thou Lingering Star, with Lessening Ray

66 Tying Her Bonnet Under Her Chin . .
Thou Little Bird, Thou Dweller by the Sea 125
Thou Livest in the Life of all Good Things 342

Under a Spreading Chestnut tree .,

37
Three Fishers went Sailing out into the West 295

Up from the Meadows rich with Corn

245
Three Poets, in three Distant ages Born

Up from the South at break of Day

181
Through the Hushed Air the Whit’ning Shower Upon a Rock yet Uncreate

455
Descends.

140

Upon my knees, What doth Your speech Import 429
Thus with the Year

139
Upon the White Sea-sand

333
Thy Fruit Full Well the Schoolboy Knows

Up the airy Mountain

413
Thy Way, not Mine, Oh Lord .
366 Up with the Sun in the Morning

30
Tim Twinkleton Was, I Would Have You to

Various and Vast, Sublime in all its Forms

237
Know .

449
Victor in Poesy! Victor in Romance !

352
Time was when I was Free as Air

132
Vital spark of Heavenly Flame

373
'Tis a Fearful Night in the Winter-time .

163
'Tis Beauteous Night; the Stars Look Brightly Wail for Daedalus, all That is Fairest !

276
Down

258 Wake, Sisters, wake ! the Day-star Shines 361
'Tis Evening, and the Round Red Sum sinks slowly Wall, no! I Can't Tell Where he Lives

176
in the West..
310 Wandering Away on Tired Feet

290
'Tis Five-and-twenty Years To day
99 'Wanted, a Boy !' Well, How Glad I am .

410
'Tis Past! No More the Summer Blooms

144 Wave after wave of Greenness rolling Down . 331
'Tis Said That Persia's Baffled King
242 Way Down upon the Swanee Ribber

29
'Tis the Last Rose of Summer
75 We are Little Airy Creatures

442
'Tis the Soft Twilight. Round the Shining Fender 452 We are not Many—We Who Stood

187
'Tis Thirty Years Since Abel Law
469 We are the Sweet Flowers

119
'Tis Years since Last We Met
484 We are Two Travelers, Roger and I

41
To Claim the Arctic Came the Sun
155 We Bipeds, Made up of Frail Clay

353
To draw no Envy, Shakespeare, on Thy name 347 We Have Been Friends Together

78
To Him Who, in the Love of Nature, Holds .

We Knew it Would Rain, for all the Mom 153
Toil on! toil on! Ye Ephenieral Train

297 We Mourn for those whose Laurels Fade . 341
Toll for the Brave

We Parted in Silence, we Parted by Night 109
Toll for the Dead, Toll! Toll!

392 We Pledged our Hearts, my Love and I
Toll for Sam Patch! Sam Patch who jumps nomore 354 We sat by the River, You and I

580
Tom Darling was a Darling Tom .
465 Werther had a Love for Charlotte

467
To Sea ! to Sea! the Calm is O'er
226 We Walked Along, While Bright and Red

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Too Late, Too Late, was never Said

392 We were Crowded in the Cabin.
To Make a Plum-pudding a French Count Once Well, I've found the model Church–I worshipped
Took

442
there To-day.

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