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Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. 1919. The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250–1900.
  
Index of Titles
 
Take, O take those Lids away
to
Youth and Age
 
Take, O take those Lids away
Tardy Spring
Tears
Tell me, my Heart, if this be Love
That Holy Thing
That Time and Absence proves
There is a Lady sweet and kind
This Lady's Cruelty
This World's Joy
Thomas the Rhymer
Thought
Thoughts in a Garden
Three Men of Gotham
Three Ravens
Thus the Mayne glideth
Tiger
Timber
Time
Time and Grief
Time of Roses
Time, Real and Imaginary
Times go by Turns
To ——
To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old
To a Lady
To a Lady asking him how long he would love her
To Althea, from Prison
To Amarantha, that she would dishevel her Hair
To a Mistress Dying
To an Inconstant One
To Anthea, who may command him Anything
To a Skylark
To Autumn
To Blossoms
To Celia
To Celia
To Chloe
To Chloris
To Coelia
To Cyriack Skinner
To Daffodils
To Daisies, not to shut so soon
To Death
To Dianeme
To Electra
To Helen
To Helene
To Her Sea-faring Lover
To His Coy Love
To His Coy Mistress
To His Forsaken Mistress
To His Inconstant Mistress
To His Lute
To His Mistress
To Leven Water
To Lucasta, going beyond the Seas
To Lucasta, going to the Wars
To Manon, on his Fortune in loving Her
To Marguerite
To Mary
To Mary Unwin
To Meadows
To Mr. Lawrence
To Mistress Margaret Hussey
To Mistress Margery Wentworth
To Music, to becalm his Fever
To Oenone
To One persuading a Lady to Marriage
Too solemn for day, too sweet for night
To Roses in the Bosom of Castara
To Sleep
To Spring
To the Cuckoo
To the Muses
To the Virginian Voyage
To the Virgins, to make much of Time
To the Western Wind
To the Willow-tree
To Two Bereaved
To Violets
Toys
Triumph
Trosachs
True Knight
Trust Thou Thy Love
Twa Corbies
Twenty Years hence
Twice
Two Highwaymen
Two Rivers

Ubique
Ulysses and the Siren
Under the Greenwood Tree
Unfading Beauty
Uphill
Upon Julia's Clothes
Upon the Book and Picture of Saint Teresa
Upon the Death of Sir Albert Morton's Wife
Upon Westminster Bridge
Urceus Exit
Uriel

Valedictory Sonnet to the River Duddon
Vanitas Vanitatum
Verse
Verses from the Shepherds' Hymn
Vesta
Vine
Virtue
Vixi Puellis Nuper Idoneus
Vobiscum est Iope
Voices at the Window
Vox ultima Crucis

Wakening
Waly, Waly
Wanderers
Wassail Chorus at the Mermaid Tavern
Water-Nymph and the Boy
Weeper
Weep no more
We'll go no more a-roving
Werena my Heart's licht I wad dee
What the Bullet sang
When, Dearest, I but think of Thee
When Death to Either shall come
When Flora had O'erfret the Firth
When I have Fears that I may cease to be
When the World is burning
When we Two parted
When You are Old
Where My Books go
Which's Ballad
Whilst it is prime
Why
Why so Pale and Wan?
Wife a-lost
Wife of Usher's Well
Willie and Helen
Winter Nightfall
Winter Nights
Wish
Wishes to His Supposed Mistress
With Esther
Wolfram's Dirge
Woman
Wooing Song
Work without Hope
World
Written at Florence
Written in Northampton County Asylum

Years
Ye Mariners of England
You'll love Me yet
Young May Moon
Youth and Age

 
 
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