A Year's Life

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A Year's Life  (1841) 
by James Russell Lowell
Contents
  • Threnodia
  • The Serenade
  • Song. "life up the curtains of thine eyes"
  • The Departed
  • The Boblink
  • Song. "What reck I of the stars, when I"
  • The Poet
  • Flowers
  • The Lover
  • To E. W. G.
  • Isabel
  • Music
  • Song. "O! I must look on that sweet face"
  • Ianthe
  • Love's Altar
  • My Love
  • With a Pressed Flower
  • Impartiality
  • Bellerophon
  • Something Natural
  • The Syrens
  • A Feeling
  • The Beggar
  • Serenade
  • Irené
  • The Lost Child
  • The Church
  • The Unlovely
  • Love-Song
  • Song. "All things are sad
  • A Love-Dream
  • Fourth of July Ode
  • Sphinx
  • Sonnets.
    • I. Disappointment
    • II. "Great human nature"
    • III. To a Friend
    • IV. Continued
    • V. "O child of Nature"
    • VI. "For this true nobleness"
    • VII. To —
    • VIII. Continued
    • IX. "Why should we ever weary"
    • X. Green Mountains
    • XI. "My friend, adown Life's valley"
    • XII. "Verse cannot say how beautiful"
    • XIII. "The soul would fain"
    • XIV. "I saw a gate"
    • XV. "I would not have this perfect love"
    • XVI. "To the dark, narrow house"
    • XVII. "I fain would give to thee"
    • XVIII. "Much had I mused"
    • XIX. "Sayest thou, most beautiful"
    • XX. "Poet! who sittest in thy pleasant room"
    • XXI. To a Voice heard in Mount Auburn
    • XXIII. On reading Spenser again
    • XXIV. "Light of mine eyes!"
    • XXV. "Silent as one who treads"
    • XXVI. "A gentleness that grows of steady faith"
    • XXVII. "When the glad soul is full"
    • XXVIII. To the Evening-star
    • XXIX. Reading
    • XXX. To —, after a Snow-storm
  • Sonnets on names.
    • I. Edith
    • II. Rose
    • III. Mary
    • IV. Caroline
    • V. Anne
  • "Goe, Little Booke!"