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BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF YEARS..
BIRDS ARE SINGING ROUND MY WINDOW.
BLESSINGS ON THEE, LITTLE MAN.
Blow, BLOW, THOU WINTER WIND!.
BREAK, BREAK, BREAK....
BURLY, DOZING, HUMBLEBEE!.
BY SCATTERED ROCKS AND TURBID WATERS SHIFTING...
BY THE WAYSIDE, ON A MOSSY STONE

Swinburne... 687
. Stoddard. 706

Whittier.... 511
Shakespeare. 450

Tennyson.. 358
Emerson. 425

Harte... 419
Hoyt. ... 147

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CALL FOR THE ROBIN-REDBREAST AND THE WREN.
CALM IS THE NIGHT AND THE CITY IS SLEEPING..
CHEEKS AS SOFT AS JULY PEACHES.
COME, BEAUTEOUS DAY!.
COME FROM YOUR LONG, LONG ROVING.
COME ALL YE JOLLY SHEPHERDS...
COME IN THE EVENING, OR COME IN THE MORNING.
COME LIVE WITH ME, AND BE MY LOVE....
COME, SLEEP, O SLEEP! THE CERTAIN KNOT OF PEACE..
COME SEE THE DOLPHIN'S ANCHOR FORGED.
COME WITH THE BIRDS IN THE SPRING..
COULD WE BUT KNOW THE LAND THAT ENDS OUR DARK.
COULD YE COME BACK TO ME, DOUGLAS, DOUGLAS.
COLD CHRISTMAS EVE! THE MUFFLED WAITS..

... Webster.... 439

689
Bennett. 114
.Hurlbut,... 391
Anonymous. 179

. Flogg. 175

Davis... 277
Marlowe.... 163

Sidney.. 700
Ferguson.. 580

Kimball. 510
. Stedman.. 691

Muloch.. 254
Macfarlane.. 104

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DAY, IX MELTING PURPLE DYING!.....
DAY-STARS! THAT OPE YOUR EYES WITH MORN TO TWINKLE.

.Brooks.... 318
Horace Smith. 397
C. G. Rossetti... 118
C. G. Rossetti. 492
Ben Jonson.... 273

. Campbell.... 296

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FAIR DAFFODILS, WE WEEP TO SEE.
FAIR PLEDGES OF A FRUITFUL TREE..
FAREWELL! BUT WHENEVER YOU WELCOME THE HOUR...
FEAR NO MORE THE HEAT O' THE SUN..
FRESH GLIDES THE BROOK AND BLOWS THE GALE.
FROM MY LIPS IN THEIR DEFILEMENT,
FULL FATHOM FIVE THY FATHER LIES.

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GENTEEL IN PERSONAGE.......
“GIVE US A SONG!" THE SOLDIERS CRIED.
GOD DOES NOT SEND US STRANGE FLOWERS EVERY YEAR.
GOD SENT HIS SINGERS UPON EARTH,

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HALF A LEAGUE, HALF A LEAGUE.
HARK! AH, THE NIGHTINGALE.
HER EYES THE GLOW-WORME LEND THEE.
HER SUFFERING ENDED WITH THE DAY..
HERE A SHEER-HULK LIES POOR TOM BOWLING.
HE STOOD BESIDE A COTTAGE LONE.
HIE UPON HIELANDS....
HOME THEY BROUGHT HER WARRIOR DEAD..
Hlo, SAILOR OF THE SEA!.
How DEAR TO THIS HEART ARE THE SCENES OF MY CHILDHOOD..
How SELDOM, FRIEND, A GOOD GREAT MAN INHERITS.
HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE, WHO SINK TO REST..
How STRANGE IT SEEMS WITH SO MUCH GONE..
How SWEET IT WERE, IF WITHOUT FEEBLE FRIGHT..
How THICK THE WILD FLOWERS BLOW ABOUT OUR FEET.
How WISE HE IS! HE CAN TALK IN GREEK!.

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. Tennyson...

.Arnold.
Herrick..
Aldrich.

Dibdin.

.Hervey.
Anonymous..
Tennyson.

Dobell....
Woodworth...
Coleridge..

. Collins..
Whittier..

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Trench..
11. E. Dodge.

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I AM THIS FOUNTAIN'S GOD.

BELOW.
I ARISE FROM DREAMS OF THEE.
I CANNOT MAKE HIM DEAD!
I CANNOT OPE MIXE EYES.
I CANNOT TAKE MY EYES AWAY...
I COME FROM HAUNTS OF COOT AND HERN.
I DREAMED A DREAM WHAT CAN IT MEAN?.
IF ALL WERE RAIN AND NEVER SUN.
IF I AM GONE ON, YOU WILL FIND A SMALL STRING.
IF I DESIRE WITH PLEASANT SONGS.
IF I HAD THOUGHT THOU COULDST HAVE DIED.
IF I SHALL EVER WIN THE HOME IN HEAVEN.
I FILL THIS CUP TO ONE MADE UP..
IF THAT THE WORLD AND LOVE WERE YOUNG.
IF THIS FAIR ROSE OFFEND THY SIGHT,
IF THOU WILT EASE THINE HEART.
I GIVE MY SOLDIER BOY A BLADE..
I HAVE A SON, A LITTLE SOX, A BOY JUST FIVE YEARS OLD.
I HAVE HAD PLAYMATES, I HAVE HAD COMPANIONS...
I HAVE NO NAME...
I HAVE SEEN A NIGHTINGALE.
I IN THESE FLOWERY MEADS WOULD BE.
I KNOW A MAIDEN FAIR TO SEE.
I KNOW HER, THE THING OF LACES AND SILKS.

Fletcher.... 431

Shelley. 435
Pierpont.. 245

Herbert. 134
.Brooks. 672
Tennyson.. 457

.Blake.. 656
C. G. Rossetti... 493

. Barnes. 538
Burbidge

690
Wolfe...

172
.. Holland 328

Pinkney. 257

Raleigh.... 164
Anonymous. 269

Beddoes. 463

Maginn... 632
Moultrie.... 136

154
.Blake. 254
De Villegas... 424

Walton. 479
Longfellow... 288

. Story.... 302

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I KNOW NOT WHAT IT PRESAGES.
I LOVE CONTEMPLATING APART.
I LOVED THEE LONG AND DEARLY
I'm SITTING ON THE STILE, MARY.
I'M WEARIN' AWA', JEAN...
Is CLEMEYTIXA'S ARTLESS MIEN.
IX EDDYING COURSE WHEN LEAVES BEGAN TO FLY.
IX HIS LAST BIN SIR PETER LIES.
IN MAY, WHEN SEA-WINDS PIERCED OUR SOLITUDES.
IN SUMMER, WHEN THE DAYS WERE LONG.
IN THE SILENT MIDNIGHT WATCHES.
IN THEIR RAGGED REGIMENTALS.
IN THEIR YACHTS ON OCEAN GLIDING.
IXTO THE SILENT LAXD..
IK VAN YOU TELL YOUR PARTING LOVER.
I PASSED BEFORE HER GARDEN GATE,
I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER,
I SAW HIM OYCE BEFORE..
I SAW TWO CLOUDS AT MORNING.
I SPRAYG TO THE STIRRUP AND JORIS AND HE.
IS THIS A FAST: TO KEEP THE LARDER LEAN.
Is THY NAME MARY, MAIDEN FAIR.....
It is MAY, AND THE MOON LEANS DOWN ALL NIGHT.
IT IS NOT BEAUTY I DEMAND...
IT IS THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER.
IT WAS MANY AND MANY A YEAR AGO..
IT WAS THE AUTUMN OF THE YEAR..
IT WAS THE CALM AND SILENT NIGHT.
IT WAS THE SCHOOXER HESPERUS.
I'VE WANDERED EAST, I'VE WANDERED WEST.
I WANDERED BY THE BROOKSIDE..

Cranch.... 551
Campbell 577

Cooke. 215
. Blackwood. 100

.Nairn. 135
.Landor,... 356
. Brydges.... 683

Peacock.... 675
.Emerson.. 402
Anonymous.

406
Coxe.... 602
McMaster... 573

English. .. 515
.Longfellow.... 570

Prior... 357
Bradley. 368

94
Holmes.... 544
Brainard.

47
Browning.. 585

Herrick. 671

Holmes. 341
MacDonald.. 330

Carew. 635
Tennyson.

87
Poe... 210
Florence Percy. 290

.Dommett. 102
Longfellow.. 496
Motherwell.. 68

Milnes 412

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LET ME MOVE SLOWLY THROUGII THE STREET..
LET TIME AND CHANCE COMBINE, COMBINE..
LIFT UP YOUR HEADS, YE GATES! SWING WIDE.
LIKE A POET IN THE SPLENDOR.
LONE UPON A MOUNTAIN, THE PINE-TREES WAILING ROUND HIM.
LOOK AT ME WITH THY LARGE BROWN EYES.
LOOK xOT THOU ON BEAUTY'S CHARMING.
Lord, FOR THE ERRING THOUGHT.
LOVE IS MY BOSOM, LIKE A BEE.
LOVE xoT ME FOR COMELY GRACE...

Bryant....
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Coles.

Cary..
Landon...
Muloch....

Scott.
Howells.

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Anonymous..

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226
274
526
180
373
642
409
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MANY A YEAR IS IN ITS GRAVE....
MATRON, THE CHILDREN OF WHOSE LOVE..
MAUD MULLER ON A SUMMER'S DAY.
MAY! QUEEN OF BLOSSOMS......
MELLOW THE MOONLIGHT TO SHINE IS BEGINNING.
'MID PLEASURES AND PALACES THOUGH WE MAY ROAM.
MINE BE A COT' BESIDE THE HILL!.
MIXE EYES MAKE PICTURES WHEX THEY'RE SHUT..
MUCH HAVE I TRAVELLED IN THE REALMS OF GOLD.
MY COACHMAN IN THE MOONLIGHT THERE.
MY DAYS PASS PLEASANTLY AWAY..
MY DEAR AND ONLY LOVE, I PRAY.
MY FAINT SPIRIT WAS SITTING IN THE LIGHT.
MY HEART, MY HEART IS WEARY..
MY HEID IS LIKE TO REND, WILLIE.
MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE..
MY LITTLE LOVE, DO YOU REMEMBER.
MY LITTLE MAIDEN OF FOUR YEARS OLD,
MY LOVE HE BUILT ME A BONNY BOWER..
MY LOVED, MY HONORED, MUCH RESPECTED FRIEND.
MY SOUL TO-DAY.

Uhland.... 359
Bryant. 91
Whittier. 123

Thurlow.... 401
.J. F. Waller... 336
Payne..

83
Rogers.... 170
Coleridge.... 171
Keats... 684

552
Saxe... 202
Grahame. 230

Shelley.. 345

.Leland. 677
Motherwell.. 160

Wilde... 440
Robert Bulwer Lytton.. 280
Whitney.

183
Anonymous. 314

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NEARER, MY GOD, TO THEE...
NO MORE! A HARP-STRING'S DEEP AND BREAKING TONE.
NOT AS ALL OTHER WOMEN ARE.
NOT ON A PRAYERLESS BED.

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O! A WEDDING RING'S PRETTY TO WEAR....
0! A WONDERFUL STREAM IS THE RIVER TIME.
O! GALLANT SAXS-PEUR.......
O! DIG A GRAVE, AXD DIG IT DEEP.
O! DINXA ASK ME GIN I LO'E YE.
O'ER THE GRAY OLD GERMAN CITY..
OF A' THE AIRTS THE WIND CAN BLAW
O FAINT, DELICIOUS SPRING-TIME VIOLET.
Oh, yo, 'TWAS LIFELESS HERE, HE SAID.
O, IT WAS HERE THAT LOVE, HIS GIFTS BESTOWED.
OLD TIMES, OLD TIMES, THE GAY OLD TIMES..
OLD WISE TO DRINK.
O MARY, GO AND CALL THE CATTLE HOME.
O, MY LOVE'S LIKE THE STEADFAST SUN..
ON A BLEAK RIDGE, FROM WHOSE GRANITE EDGES.
ONCE, UPON A MIDNIGHT DREARY.
ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE.
ONE TIME MY SOUL WAS PIERCED AS WITH A SWORD
O NIGHTINGALE, THAT ON YON BLOOMY SPRAY.

Douglas. .....260
Taylor. 597

560
Roscoe. 320

.Dunlop.. 335
Greenough.... 381
Burns.

429
. Story.. 408

Barnes 534
Béranger... 121

Griffin. 143
Messinger.

598
Kingsley. 111
Cunningham.. 232
.Burleigh... 622

.Poe.... 661

Hood.... 539
Menteath... 350

Milton.... 480

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ON THE CROSS-BEAM UNDER THE OLD SOUTH BELL.....
O PATIENT SHORE, THAT CANST NOT GO TO MEET.
O READER! HAST THOU EVER STOOD TO SEE.
O ROSES FOR THE FLUSH OF YOUTH .
O ROSE! WHO DARES TO NAME THEE.
O, SING UNTO MY ROUNDELAY.
O! SXATCHED AWAY IN BEAUTY'S BLOOM
O THE WEE GREEN NEUK, THE SLY GREEN NEUK.
O, THE YEARS I LOST BEFORE I KNEW You..
O! THERE BE ANGELS EVERMORE.
O THOSE LITTLE, THOSE LITTLE BLUE SHOES.
0, THOU, THE WONDER OF ALL DAYES.
O, TIBBIE, I HAVE SEEN THE DAY.
O! 'TWAS THE WORLD TO ME.....
OUR BUGLES SANG TRUCE; FOR THE NIGHT CLOUD HAD LOWERED
OUR WEAN'S THE MOST WONDERFU' WEAN E'ER I SAW..
OVER THE RIVER THEY BECKON TO ME..
OVER THE RIVER, ON THE HILL. ....
O, WEEL BEFA' THE MAIDEN GAY.
0! WHAT CAN AIL THEE, KNIGHT AT ARMS.

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Willis.... 377

H. H.... 420
. Southey. 385

. Rossetti, 524
Mrs. Browning. 452

Chatterton. 468

.Byron 223
Bailey... 503
H. H.... 333
Barnes.. 178
Bennett.

34
Herrick. 607
Burns.

652
Swain.

56
Campbell.. 634

185
Priest... 326
Rose Terry 224

Hogg.. 131
Keats.. 536

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SEEK ME THE CAVE OF SILVER..
SEE, SEE! SHE WAKES - SABINA WAKES !
SHALL I WASTING IN DESPAIR.
SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN WAYS.
SHE IS A MAID OF ARTLESS GRACE...
SHE IS NOT FAIR TO OUTWARD VIEW
SHE SAT AND SANG ALWAY.....
SHE SAYS, THE COCK CROWS -

HARK!.
SHE SITS BESIDE THE CRADLE...
SHE'S GANE TO DWELL IX HEAVEN, MY LASSIE!
SHE WAS A PHANTOM OF DELIGHT.
SHE WHOM THIS HEART MUST EVER HOLD MOST DEAR..
SINCE THERE'S NO HELPE - COME, LET US KISS AND PARTE!

O'Brien.... 437
Congreve. 375

Wither.. 572
Wordsworth.. 60

.Longfellow. 287
Hartley Coleridge. 295

Rossetti... 617

. Alger.... 661
.. Chilton... 119
Cunningham.... 348
Wordsworth: 307

De Vere.... 658
Drayton.... 249

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