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

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Quebec t Sunrise Street 646
25
The Touchstone Allinglmm
26
Sleep Byron 97
27
Cuba Sargent 471
28
The American Flag Drake 197
34
A Voice from Afar Neumian 896
45
Different Sources of Funeral Tears E Young 682
47
The Ladder of St Augustine B W Longfellow 841
50
NanUsket Cttmmer 180
51
Last Lines E Bronte
54
The Lie Raleigh 452
56
The Prairie Hay 258
57
A Petition to Time B W Procter 444
68
The Dignity and Patience of Genius Twpper 615
76
The Tryst Stednum 586
82
A Dirge Winter 661
85
The Faded Violet T B Aldrich 11
88
Madonna Mia O Wilde 647
94
The Meeting H W Longfellow 842
100
Apostrophe to Ada Byron
105
Last Verses M Collins 144
107
Homage Winter 659
116
Apostrophe to Hope Campbell
117
Discontent Thaator
118
Gui Bono Carlyle
119
A Dream A Cary
121
Nature s Iteverence J G Whittier 646
128
A Dreams Awakening S M B Piatt 420
150
Florence Vane P P Coobe
151
In Blossom Time Coolbrith
153
Distance no Barrier to the Soul Cowley l5ii
156
Lifes Theatre Shakespeare 484
157
The Four Seasons Tilton 600
158
After Death in Arabia K Arnold 21
161
Flowers without Fruit Newman 896
164
The Avoidance of Religious Disputes Dryden 205
165
No Ring Cary 122
170
Soft Brown Smiling Eyes Cranclt
176
Cupid Grown Careful Croly
178
A Welcome to Alexandra Tennyson 582
180
Early Death and Fame 3I Arnold 25
181
0
195
Alexanders Feast Dryden
199
The Baby Macdonatd 859
204
A Wife Dryden
206
The Model Preacher Dryden
207
A Life on the Ocean Wave Sargent 469
208
The Rhodora Emerson
214
For a Servant Wither 668
215
Ode Emerson
218
The Elver of Life Campbell 114
222
The Bird Let Loose Moore 886
227
Like a Laverock in the Lift Jean Ingelow 807
228
The Free Mind Garrison
229
Elegy in a Country Churchyard T Gray
240
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton T Gray
244
Litany to the Holy Spirit Herrick 266
245
On his Blindness Milton 879
247
Little Mattie E B Browning 61
252
A Womans Love Hay
254
End of all Earthly Glory Shakespeare 487
262
How are Songs Begot and Bred? Stoddard 541
266
A Song of Content J J Pintt 419
271
How they Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix R Browning 70
279
In View of Death M Colline 144
280
Daily Dying E D Proctor 448
281
The Bluebirds Song Street 549
282
Ballad Sood
284
Saw from the Beach Moore 887
287
The Mood of Exaltation A T De Vere 186
292
The Broom Flower HoutUi
294
Make thine Angel Glad C F Bates 81
295
Ode on Art Sjirngnt 582
311
Battle of the Baltic Campbell 114
312
Day Dreaming Kimball 822
320
Dead Love P Cary 120
328
Ode to Evening W Collins 147
347
The Fringed Gentian Bryant 77
349
Oh Why Should the Spirit of Mortal be Proud? Knots
359
Only Waiting Mace 860
360
Becalmed at Eve C lough 181
397
Forget Me Not Sargent 469
400
Labor Lord HougMon 280
402
Hymn to Contentment Parnell
407
The Grasshopper and Cricket Hunt 800
410
All in a Lifetime Stedman 589
416
The Paupers Deathbed C A B Southey 514
422
Long Ago H H Broicnell 59
428
Excessive Praise or Blame Pope 482
432
The Type of Struggling Humanity Holland
436
Softly Woo away her Breath B W Procter
446
On Man Quarles
451
The Child and the Sea M M Dodge 192
454
The Undiscovered Country Stedmaii 586
459
Excess to be Avoided Thoinson 596
461
The Pleasures Arising from Vicissitude Gray 248
463
Assurance E B Browning 64
466
Lord Many Times I Am Aweary Trench 608
468
Bosom Sin Herbert 265
478
Faciebat Abbey 2
479
The Voices of Angels V T Coleridge 185
481
Falling Stars Trench 606
485
The Happiness of Passing ones Age in Familiar Places Goldsmith 285
488
Love Unalterable Shakespeare
489
One by One A A Procter 440
490
On the Reception of Wordsworth at Oxford Talfonrd 562
492
Man was Made to Mourn Burns 85
493
Death the Leveller Shirley
498
False Terrors in View of Death K Young iiS2
499
Solace of the Woods Simms
501
Recognition of a Congenial Spirit Moore 885
502
Forever Unconfessed Lord Houghton 288
508
Hymn to Cynthia Jonson 810
510
Recompense Titton 601
516
Count my Time by Times that I Meet Thee Gilder 282
518
The Worth of Fame Biiillie 26
521
On True and False Taste in Music W Collins 145
530
Marco Bozzarls Iltitteck 248
531
A Thrush in a Gilded Cage Crunch 178
540
Somewhere Saye 474
541
Our Own Sangter 468
542
The Hour of Death Remans 261
544
Friendship in Age and Sorrow Crabbe 168
552
Melancholy Hood 279
558
From Dejection S T Coleridge 186
560
Sonnet O Wilde 648
561
Sonnet on Chillon Byron 98
575
Remember Lazarua 888
576
Palmistry Spofford
580
Lady Clare Vere de Vere Tennyson
588
To a Young Lady Wordsworth 671
590
The Sandpiper Thaarter
591
They come the Merry Summer Months Motherwell 894
595
Ripe Grain loodale 287
597
This Name of Mine G Boughton
602
Sabbath Morning Grahame 289
603
Passage from the Prelude A Melds 225
604
If this Be All A Bronte 58
614
Sound Sleep C ff Rosselti 465
615
Mental Beauty Akenside 7
616
The Postboy Cowper 161
617
The Seed Growing Secretly Vaughan
621
Payments in Store Scott 479
622
From Intimations of Immortality Wordsworth 670
624
Squandered Lives B Taylor 566
632
Mercy Shakespeare 486
638
Sun of the Sleepless Byron 92
648
Misspent time A De Vere 184
649
Sailors Song G P Latlirop 885
651
The Conquerors Grave Bryant 79
654
The Ship Becalmed ft T Coleridge 185
657
Gods Patience Preston 485
665
The Shower Vaughan 624
666
The Crowning Disappointment E Young
671
Scene after a Summer Shower Norton 896
674
December Morris 898
677
The Souls Farewell GoiM 288
680
All Things Once are Things Forever Lord Houghton
681
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