Index:The Hundred Best Poems (lyrical) in the English language - second series.djvu

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The Hundred Best Poems (lyrical) in the English language - second series.djvu

CONTENTS.

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1. Arnold (1822-1888), Consolation, 1
2.  " " The Last Word, 4
3.  " " The Buried Life, 4
4.  " " The Scholar-Gipsy, 8
5. Beaumont (1584-1616), On the Tombs in Westminster, 17
6. Beaumont (1584-1616) and Fletcher (1579-1625), Lay a garland on my hearse, 18
7. Browning, Mrs. (1806-1861), A Musical Instrument, 19
8. Browning (1812-1889), Heap cassia, sandal-buds, and stripes, 20
9.  " " Evelyn Hope, 21
10.  " " Home Thoughts, from Abroad, 23
11.  " " One Way of Love, 24
12.  " " In a Year, 25
13. Burns (1759-1796), O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast, 28
14.  " " How Lang and Dreary is the Night, 29
15.  " " My Heart's in the Highlands, 30
16.  " " Thou Lingering Star, 31
17.  " " The Blue-Eyed Lassie, 31
18.  " " Bonnie Wee Thing, 33
19.  " " Sweet Afton, 34
20.  " " Out over the Forth, 35
21. Byron (1788-1824), And Thou art Dead, as Young and Fair, 36
22.  " " Bright be the place of thy soul, 38
23. Campbell (1777-1844), The Soldier's Dream, 39
24.  " " A Thought Suggested by the New Year, 40
25. Carew (c.1589-1639), Disdain Returned, 41
26.  " " Ask me no more where Jove bestows, 42
27. Coleridge (1772-1834), Kubla Khan, 43
28.  " " The Pains of Sleep, 46
29. Cowley (1618-1667), The Wish, 48
30. Cowper (1731-1800), On the Loss of the Royal George, 50
31. Drayton (1563-1631), Since there's no help, 51
32. Dryden (1631-1700), Alexander's Feast, 52
33. Goldsmith (1728-1774), Stanzas on Woman, 58
34. Herrick (1591-1674), To Dianeme, 59
35.  " " To Blossoms, 59
36. Jonson (1573-1637), Queen and Huntress, chaste and fair, 60
37.  " " Still to be neat, still to be drest, 61
38. Keats (1795-1821), Ode to Psyche, 61
39.  " " Fragment of an Ode to Maia, 63
40.  " " Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art, 64
41. Landor (1775-1864), Epitaph, 65
42. Lovelace (1618-1658), To Althea, from Prison, 65
43. Marlowe (1564-1593), The Passionate Shepherd to his Love, 66
44. Milton (1608-1674), On the late Massacre in Piemont, 67
45. Moore (1779-1852), O! breathe not his name, 68
46.  " " Rich and rare were the gems she wore, 68
47. Rossetti, Miss (1830-1894), A Royal Princess, 70
48.  " " When I am dead, my dearest, 77
49.  " " Remember, 77
50. Rosetti (1828-1882), Sudden Light, 78
51. Scott (1771-1832), Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'ver, 79
52.  " " Jock of Hazeldean, 80
53.  " " Sound, sound the clarion, 81
54.  " " And you shall deal the funeral dole, 81
55.  " " The tears I shed must ever fall, 82
56. Shakespeare (1564-1616), Where the bee sucks, there suck I, 83
57.  " " Blow, blow, thou winter wind, 83
58.  " " O, mistress mine, where are you roaming, 84
59.  " " If thou survive my well-contented day, 84
60. Shelley (1792-1822), Ozymandias, 85
61.  " " Life of Life! thy lips enkindle, 85
62.  " " A widow bird sate mourning for her love, 86
63.  " " Love's Philosophy, 87
64.  " " Hymn of Pan, 87
65.  " " Song of Proserpine, 89
66.  " " To the Moon, 89
67.  " " Time, 90
68.  " " To ——, 90
69.  " " Rarely, rarely, comest thou, 90
70.  " " A Lament, 92
71.  " " To Jane—The Invitation, 93
72. Sidney (1554-1586), The Moon, 95
73. Stevenson (1850-1894), I have trod the upward and the downward slope, 96
74. Tennyson (1809-1892), Choric Song, from "The Lotus Eaters", 96
75.  " " A Dream of Fair Women, 102
76.  " " Sir Galahad, 113
77.  " " Move eastward, happy earth, and leave, 115
78.  " " Come not, when I am dead, 116
79.  " " The Poet's Song, 116
80.  " " The splendour falls on castle walls, 117
81.  " " O Swallow, Swallow, 118
82.  " " Thy voice is heard thro' rolling drums, 119
83.  " " Home they brought her warrior dead, 119
84.  " " Ask me no more, 120
85.  " " Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington, 121
86. Waller (1606-1687), On His Divine Poems, 130
87. Webster (15??-1630?), Call for the robin-red-breast, 131
88. Wordsworth (1770-1850), My heart leaps up when I behold, 131
89.  " " To the Cuckoo, 131
90.  " " Three years she grew in sun and shower, 133
91.  " " A slumber did my spirit seal, 134
92.  " " I wandered lonely as a cloud, 134
93.  " " Nuns fret not, 135
94.  " " It is a beauteous evening, 136
95.  " " Yarrow Unvisited, 136
96.  " " Yarrow Visited, 139
97.  " " On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic, 142
98.  " " London, 1802, 142
99.  " " Most sweet it is, 143
100.  " " Lines Written in Early Spring, 143