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

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Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1882 - 882 psl.
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A States Need of Virtue
xlvi
A Familiar Letter to Several Correspondents
xlvii
Our Neighbor
xlviii
New Worlds
xlix
The Generosity of Nature
l
We Have Been Friends Together
li
in an Hour
lii
Afar in the Desert
liii
At Divine Disposal
liv
Night Storm
lv
From Far
lvi
What Ails this Heart o Mine
lvii
Happiness in Little Things of the Present
lviii
To the Mocking Bird
lix
Aged Sophocles Addressing the Athenians
lx
Reconciliation
2
Xot for Naught
8
Pursuit and Possession
11
Endurance
14
ALLINGHAM WILLIAM
18
In Arabia
21
Yawcob Strauss
24
Auf Wiedersehen
25
A Hospital
27
Pats Criticism
28
Autobiography
31
The Housekeeper
39
Autumnal Sonnet
45
To the Rainbow
46
The Inner Calm
48
Repose
51
Lifes Theatre
54
Little Martin Craghan
61
Remorse
62
November
67
In Autunin
68
The Passage from Birth to Age
79
Allen
87
E B Browning
91
The Past
92
Richards Theory
97
The Voiceless
98
Apostrophe to Light
100
421
101
Mene Vene
109
A Prayer in Sickness
114
To Trifiers
115
Soul to Soul
117
Sargent
118
The Ship Becalmed
135
Riches of a Man of Taste
149
Mercy to Animals
160
Alexander at Persepolis
161
The Paupers Deathbed
163
Now and Afterwards
170
A Welcome to Alexandra
180
Tam OShanter
185
Merit beyond Beauty
186
The Ivy Green
187
Heart Oracles
192
What Need?
193
Peace and Pain
194
Light
197
Alexanders Feast
199
The Angels Wing
205
A Wife
206
Midsummer
215
The Shipwreck
217
Pescadero Pebbles
219
Rock me to Sleep
222
The Perpetuity of Song
225
A Protest
226
What will it Matter?
232
The Village Preacher
234
The Perversion of Great Gifts
245
Picture of Marian Erle
249
Lone Mountain Cemetery
252
A Womans Love
254
Midwinter
257
Epitaph
268
Miracle
270
The Shower
271
The Awful Vacancy
274
The Deathbed
281
President Garfield
283
Tropical Weather
284
The Poets Friends
292
The Sleep
294
Spiritual Feelers
299
The Ballad of Baby Bell
300
Light on the Cloud
307
The Smack in School
312
When Coldness Wraps this Suffering Clay
314
Helvellyn
318
Hester
325
A Question Answered
328
The Violet
329
Why so Pale and Wan Fond Lover?
340
Stanzas from the Tribute to a Servant
342
Longfellow
346
From the Lay of Horatius
354
442
362
The Kingliest kings
368
Still Tenanted
435
The Winters Evening
439
A Womans Question
442
In Blossom Time
443
History of a Life
445
Lord Mauy Times I am Aweary
451
The Solace of Nature
463
Widow Machree
466
The Birth of St Patrick
467
Losses
468
A Life on the Ocean Wave
469
The Souls Farewell
470
Ashes of Roses
484
More Poets Yet
492
From The Ode on Shakespeare
493
The Wit
495
Independence
502
Homage
504
Nerer Cast a Flower away
515
D
518
A SnowDrop
531
My Ain Countree
533
A Song of Content
539
My Child
540
The Woodland
548
The Blue and the Gray
549
Home Wounded
552
The Poplar Field
560
Wind and Sea
565
In Extremis
572
Hope for All
574
Now Lies the Earth
578
The Death of the Old Year
582
Charge of the Light Brigade
584
Daily Dying
585
In Kittery Churchyard
589
Rubies
597
A Little before Death
599
Windless Rain
601
The Death of the Virtuous
606
My Comrade and
613
The Difference
615
The Woodturtle
620
Like as a Nurse
626
Day Dreaming
629
Two Aprils
631
Equinoctial
636
Charity
639
The Stars
643
My Heid is like to Rend Willie
649
Withered Roses
660
Charity Gradually Pervasive
664
Estrangement through Trifles
665
Evening
675
Cheerfulness in Misfortune
684
Love Bettered by Time
686
The Bower of Adam and Eve
695
The Knights Steed
700
Death amid the Snows
707
Lines on a Prayerbook
710
The Postboy
714
Decoration
715
Number One
736
The Distant in Nature and Experience
738
Excessive Praise or Blame
741
Without and Within
751
Love me if I Live
769
Excess to be Avoided
777
How are Songs Begot and Bred
780
The Dragontly
791
Die down o Dismal Day
796
Scott
797
The Eloquent Pastor Dead
802
Circumstance
803
A Womans Way
808
Columbus
813
Woodbines in October
816
Dolcino to Margaret
818
My Little Boy that Died
819
The Laborer
820
Drifting
825
How they Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix R Browning
827
Complaint and Reproof
830
My Nasturtiums
832
Conclusions
837
My Old Straw Hat
845
Constancy
850
The Last Flowers
857
R B Browning
859
The Fate of Poverty
860
The Lilypond
863
Fear of Death
866
Irwin Russell
868
701
869
Nearing the Snowline
871
Oh Watch you Well by Daylight
872
Sabbath Morning
874
Early Death and Fame
875
Moir
878
623
879
815
881
R B Lytton
882

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