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GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON (Continued)

SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY

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ALL FOR LOVE

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ELEGY

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To AUGUSTA

EPISTLE TO AUGUSTA

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MAID OF ATHENS

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DARKNESS

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LONGING

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FARE THEE WELL

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THE PRISONER OF CHILLON

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ON THE CASTLE OF CHILLON .

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SONG OF SAUL BEFORE HIS LAST BATTLE

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THE ISLES OF GREECE.

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ON THIS DAY I COMPLETE MY THIRTY-SIXTH

YEAR

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THOMAS MOORE
THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS

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PRO PATRIA MORI .

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THE MEETING OF THE WATERS

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THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER .

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THE HARP THAT ONCE THROUGH TARA'S HALLS 840
A CANADIAN BOAT-SONG

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THE JOURNEY ONWARDS

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THE YOUNG MAY Moon

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ECHOES

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AT THE MID HOUR OF NIGHT

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CHARLES WOLFE

THE BURIAL OF SIR JOHN MOORE AT CORUNNA . 843
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
HYMN OF PAN

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HELLAS

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INVOCATION

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STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION NEAR NAPLES . 848
I FEAR THY KISSES .

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LINES TO AN INDIAN AIR

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TO A SKYLARK .

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LOVE'S PHILOSOPHY

TO THE NIGHT

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ODE TO THE WEST WIND

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PERCY Bysshe SHELLEY (Continued)

WRITTEN AMONG THE EUGANEAN HILLS, NORTH
ITALY

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HYMN TO THE SPIRIT OF NATURE

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A LAMENT
A DREAM OF THE UNKNOWN
THE INVITATION

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THE RECOLLECTION

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TO THE MOON
A WIDOW BIRD
TO A LADY, WITH A GUITAR
ONE WORD IS Too OFTEN PROFANED
OZYMANDIAS OF EGYPT
THE FLIGHT OF LOVE
THE CLOUD . .
STANZAS_APRIL, 1814 .

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MUSIC, WHEN SOFT VOICES DIE

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THE POET'S DREAM

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THE WORLD'S WANDERERS

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ADONAIS
JAMES HENRY LEIGH HUNT
JENNY Kiss'D ME

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ABOU BEN ADHEM

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John KEATS
THE REALM OF FANCY

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ODE ON THE POETS .

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THE MERMAID TAVERN

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HAPPY INSENSIBILITY

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ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE

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ODE ON A GRECIAN URN

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ODE TO AUTUMN

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ODE TO PSYCHE

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ODE ON MELANCHOLY

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THE EVE OF ST. AGNES

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LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI

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ON THE GRASSHOPPER AND CRICKET .

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ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOMER 919
To SLEEP.

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THE HUMAN SEASONS

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John KEATS (Continued)

THE TERROR OF DEATH .

LAST SONNET
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR

Rose AYLMER.
TWENTY YEARS HENCE
PROUD WORD YOU NEVER SPOKE
ABSENCE
DIRCE
CORINNA TO TANAGRA, FROM ATHENS
MOTHER, I CANNOT MIND MY WHEEL
WELL I REMEMBER
No, My Own LOVE
ROBERT BROWNING
THE DEATH OF ARTEMIDORA
IPHIGENEIA
• Do You REMEMBER ME?'
FOR AN EPITAPH AT FIESOLE
ON LUCRETIA BORGIA'S HAIR
ON HIS SEVENTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY
To My NINTH DECADE
DEATH STANDS ABOVE ME

ON LIVING Too Long .
THOMAS HOOD

FAIR INES
THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS
THE DEATH BED.

PAST AND PRESENT .
SIR AUBREY DE VERE

GLENGARIFF
HARTLEY COLERIDGE

SHE IS Not FAIR .
JOSEPH BLANCO WHITE

To NIGHT
GEORGE DARLEY

THE LOVELINESS OF LOVE
THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY, LORD MACAULAY

THE ARMADA .
A JACOBITE's EPITAPH .

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SIR WILLIAM EDMONDSTOUNE AYTOUN

THE REFUSAL OF CHARON
HUGH MILLER

THE BABIE
HELEN SELINA, LADY DUFFERIN

LAMENT OF THE IRISH EMIGRANT
CHARLES Tennyson TURNER

LETTY'S GLOBE.
SIR SAMUEL FERGUSON

THE FAIR HILLS OF IRELAND
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.
SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE, 1-44

THE SLEEP
EDWARD FITZGERALD

RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYÁM OF NAISHAPÚR . .

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TO fair Fidele's grassy tomb

Soft maids and village hinds shall bring

Each opening sweet of earliest bloom, And rifle all the breathing Spring.

No wailing ghost shall dare appear

To vex with shrieks this quiet grove;
But shepherds lads assemble here,

And melting virgins own their love.

No wither'd witch shall here be seen,

No goblins lead their nightly crew;
The female fays shall haunt the green,
And dress thy grave with pearly dew.

The redbreast oft at evening hours

Shall kindly lend his little aid,
With hoary moss, and gather'd flowers,

To deck the ground where thou art laid.

When howling winds, and beating rain,

In tempests shake thy sylvan cell;
Or 'midst the chase, on every plain,

The tender thought on thee shall dwell;

Each lonely scène shall thee restore,

For thee the tear be duly shed;
Beloved, till life can charm no more;
And mourn'd, till Pity's self be dead.

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