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CONTENTS
Jerusalem
A Dramatic Ode
Ode to Memory
Ode on the First of December
The Poet's Grave
The Weaver's Boy, (A Tale)
Ode on the Diversity of Poetic Character
Early Poems on several occasions.
Written between the Ages of Fourteen and Sixteen.
The Wish
Fancy
Spring
Autumn
Lines written with a pencil, at a favourite spot
Evening
Petition of an aged Oak
A Ballad. From the German
The Farewell
The Dream
Solitude
Written after a Morning Walk in May, 1815
Stanzas written in a blank leaf of Campbell's Pleasures of Hope
Miscellaneous Poems of a later date.
Hydon's Hill
On a Grecian Mirror
The Wife
Life, as it seems
Life, as it is
On returning to my Birth Place
To the setting Sun
Anastasius to his Child, Alexis, sleeping
To a Friend
Absence
Love and Friendship. From the German
A Comparison
The Christian's Death
Lines written at Midnight
To the scentless Violet
The Exile
The Tear
An Evening Thought
Lines written in a Book, presented to a friend
Lines composed during an early Morning Walk
On a Lock of Hair
Love
A Portrait
The Bliss of Sleep
Kindred Feeling
Lines composed in a Cathedral
Separation
The Poet's Passion
Stanzas
The lonely Heart
To Poetry
There is no music in the hollowness of common praise
On revisiting a favourite Scene
To C. B. T.
The untuned Heart
It is not here
L.T. to her Ceolian harp
The Prophecy
Childhood
On leaving W.B.
A true incident
Hymn to Nature
To Music
To the Winds
Lines, written in the first leaf of a pocket book for the year
The same
Solitude, sometimes, is best Society
On the Death of the Princess Charlotte, written at that period
An Elegy on the Death of the late King
Songs and Lyrical Pieces.
I did but leave thee yesterday

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As, at the early break of dawn
Devotional Pieces.
Sonnets.

CONTENTS. X. To the Spirit of Henry KJrke White ................ XI. To Memory .................................. 305 XII. Surry ...................................... 306 XIII. Composed, during a solitary walk at Night ........ 507 XIV. A Winter's Evening .......................... 308 XV. To the Sea .................................. �509 XVL The Tarn ............................... , 310 XVII. On Genius ................................ 311 XVIII. The Love, that cannot die .................... XIX. Faith ........................................ 313 XX. Shakespeare ................................... 314. XXL The Choice .................................. 515 XXII. Inscription for a Pustic Seat .................. 316 XXIII. On 8ein some fine. Paintings ................ 317 XXIV. The ds .e/ted .Village . ..... .................... 518 XXV. Comp9c.d. on the Sea-Shore , ................. 319 XXVI. The Child of early Sorrow .................. 30 XXViI. Fancy ............ - 0.' "" .............. XXVIIL Home-Sickness ...... , .... .. XXIX. On the Death of the Princess Chido .......... XXX. A Day-Dream .............................. XXXL To the Nightingale .......................... XXXIL To a School-fellow ........................ XXXXII. The sorrowful Tree .' ....................... XXXIV. Forgetfulnos ............................ 38 .XXXV. To T. H..aged fifteen ........................ XXXVL On Reading Seuthey's Pwderick .............. '330 XXXVII. To John Clare, the Peant-l)oet of Northamp- tonshire .................................... 531 XXXVHI. To Miss Stephens ........ . ..........

� CONTENTS. xi XX. Written at Steephill, after seeing Appuldarcombe, in the Isle of !gight .......................... 333 XL. Despondency ................................ 334 XLL To ttomance ................................ 335