The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American Authors

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Crowell, 1882 - 882 Seiten
 

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Forget Me Not
xlvii
As Slow our Ship
xlix
Pope
l
In an Hour
lii
Sheridans Ride
liii
Melrose Abbey by Moonlight
liv
Friendship
lv
A Thrush in a Gilded Cage
lvi
Broken Friendships
lvii
Reading the Milestone
lviii
Insignificant Existence
lix
The Crowded street
lx
Mercy
3
AKEXSIDE MARK
6
Burns
7
The Touchstone
18
But Heaven o Lord I cannot Lose
19
Auf Wiedersehen
25
The Other World
27
The Deathb
28
D
33
Daily Dying
49
The Development of Poetic Creations
51
Waiting Clemmer 131
60
Listening for God
61
Lone Mountain Cemetery
74
The Fringed Gentian
77
The Passage from Birth to Age
79
Bolton
87
Longfellow
91
Sun of the Sleepless
92
W W Gay
99
Lord Many Times I am Aweary
111
To Perilla
113
The Dignity and Patience of Genius
115
Day Dreaming
123
The Doorstep
130
Lord when I Quit this Earthly Stage
131
Sunrise
138
Reason an aid to Revelation
156
Mercy to Animals
160
Hordsworth
163
To Be or Not to
168
Sleep and Death
176
Merit beyond Beauty
186
Heart Oracles
192
Midnight
197
B W Procter
208
Midsummer
215
Pain and Pleasure
225
Paternal Love
233
Remember I Remember
240
Rebeccas Hymn
243
The Perversion of Great Gifts
245
Death
247
Autobiography
253
Lady Clara Vere de Vere
255
Midwinter
257
Death amid the Snows
259
421
263
Larvæ
267
Decoration
269
J J Piatt
271
The Two Highwaymen
275
Hereafter
280
Cara loc the Bard of the Cymrians
283
All Earthly Joy Returns in Pain
289
The Poets Friends
292
Losses
294
Pats Criticism
299
All Things Sweet when Prized
312
Heroes
317
Somebodys Darling
323
Hester
325
The Voice of the Grass
329
CharityGradually Pervasive
339
The Generosity of Nature
349
Cheerfulness in Misfortune
362
Reconciliation
373
Cleopatra Embarking on the Cydnus
387
Last Lines
391
Regret
398
Hidden Sins
399
The Way a Rumor is Spread
406
Alone
407
Highland Mary
411
The White Flag
412
Twilight at Sea
415
Somebodys Mother
416
Last Words
419
Prior
439
A Lost Chord
441
Penance of the Ancient Mariner
443
Love Bettered by Time
444
History of a Life
445
Sunset in Moscow
449
Faithless Nellie Gray
485
Love shall Save us all
488
To my Mother
489
Philip my King
490
More Poets Yet
492
The Wit
495
Written at an Inn at Henley Shenstone
498
Compensation
503
Sometime
513
Late Sunnier
514
Relaxation
516
Written on Sunday Morning R Southey
519
The Ebbtide
522
Complaint and Reproof
523
My Ain Countree
533
Homage
535
My Child
540
Departure of the Swallow
544
No Ring
564
Sunshinein March
573
Now Lies the Earth
578
A Voice from Afar
582
Die down O Dismal Day
586
Amends
587
A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea
590
Contentation
597
A Womans Love
601
Watchwords Core 816
603
The Eggs and the Horses
605
Contoocook River
607
My Comrade and
613
Weal and Woe Gilder 231
620
A Name in the Sand
624
Home and Heaven
627
The Soul
628
Webster
629
Hooil
649
The Golden Silence
661
A Womans Way
665
Low Spirits
672
We are Seven Wordsworth
673
The World a Grave
675
Pleasant Prospect
677
Plighted
683
An Epitaph
707
The Poplar Field
714
Prayer
721
Disdain Returned
727
Dreams
734
Number One
736
The Grasshopper and Cricket
741
Couplets from Locksley Hall
742
The Erratic Genius
752
The Great Critics
757
Life a Victory
759
The Groomsman to his Mistress
763
Drifting
765
How Cyrus laid the Cable
775
The Worlds Wanderers
777
The Evening Cloud
779
Sonnet to Sleep
783
Fantasia
785
ANONYMOUS
793
The Father
794
President Garfield
799
How the Hearts Ease first Came
808
The Harvest Call
809
Farewell Life
814
Light on the Cloud
816
My Little Boy that Died
819
How they Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix R Browning
827
My Nasturtiums
832
Angelic Care
834
Antony to Cleopatra
842
My Old Straw Hat
845
A Protest
849
First Appearance at the Odeon
853
The Heavenly Canaan
856
Jennison
859
Lines to a Comic Author
860
Asking for Tears
861
Richards Theory of the Mind
862
Hudson River
863
808
868
023
870
Una and the Lion
871
Ye Mariners of England Campbell 110
872
387
873
180
874
430
875
837
877
621
878
116
879
525
880
268
882

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