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Hymn may refer to:

Charles Baudelaire[edit]

  • "Hymn" (À la très chère, à la très belle)

Felicia Dorothea Browne[edit]

  • "Hymn" (1808, Great God! at whose "creative word")
  • "Hymn" (1808, Oh! thou Creator, Father, Friend)
  • "Hymn" (1808, Oh! God of mercy, let my lyre)
  • "Hymn" (1812, Oh, Thou! before whose radiant shrine)

Jan Čapek[edit]

  • "Hymn" (15th century, Ye champions! who maintain ⁠God's everlasting law)

Paul Laurence Dunbar[edit]

Ralph Waldo Emerson[edit]

  • "Hymn" (There is in all the sons of men)
  • "Hymn" (By the rude bridge that arched the flood)
  • "Hymn" (We love the venerable house)

Richard Watson Gilder[edit]

  • "Hymn" (God of the strong, God of the weak)
  • "Hymn" (Great God, to whom since time began)
  • "Hymn" (To Thee, Eternal Soul, be praise!)

Felicia Hemans[edit]

See #Felicia Dorothea Browne

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow[edit]

  • "Hymn" (Christ to the young man said: "Yet one thing more")

Frances Fuller Victor[edit]

  • "Hymn" (Down through the dark, my God)

John Greenleaf Whittier[edit]

See also[edit]