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Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. 1919. The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250–1900.
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Brontë, Emily
Cutts, Lord
Brontë, Emily. 1818–1848 My Lady's Grave
The Prisoner
Last Lines
Brooke, Lord (Fulke Greville). 1554–1628 Myra
Broome, William. ?–1745 The Rosebud
Belinda's Recovery from Sickness
Brown, Thomas Edward. 1830–1897 Dora
My Garden
Browne, William, of Tavistock. 1588–1643 A Welcome
The Sirens' Song
The Rose
In Obitum M.S. Xo Maij, 1614
On the Countess Dowager of Pembroke
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. 1806–1861 Rosalind's Scroll
The Deserted Garden
Sonnets from the Portuguese i
Sonnets from the Portuguese ii
Sonnets from the Portuguese iii
Sonnets from the Portuguese iv
Sonnets from the Portuguese v
A Musical Instrument
Browning, Robert. 1812–1889 Song from 'Paracelsus'
The Wanderers
Thus the Mayne glideth
Pippa's Song
You'll love Me yet
Porphyria's Lover
Earl Mertoun's Song
In a Gondola
Meeting at Night
Parting at Morning
The Lost Mistress
The Last Ride together
Home-thoughts, from Abroad
Home-thoughts, from the Sea
Buckinghamshire, Duke of, 
John Sheffield. 1649–1720 
The Reconcilement
On One who died discovering her Kindness
Bunyan, John. 1628–1688 The Shepherd Boy sings in the Valley of Humiliation
Burns, Robert. 1759–1796 Mary Morison
Auld Lang Syne
My Bonnie Mary
John Anderson, my Jo
The Banks o' Doon
Ae Fond Kiss
Bonnie Lesley
Highland Mary
O were my Love yon Lilac fair
A Red, Red Rose
Lament for Culloden
The Farewell
Hark! the Mavis
Byron, Lord. 1788–1824 When we Two parted
For Music
We'll go no more a-roving
She walks in Beauty
The Isles of Greece
Callanan, Jeremiah Joseph. 1795–1839 The Outlaw of Loch Lene
Campbell, Thomas. 1774–1844 Ye Mariners of England
The Battle of the Baltic
Campion, Thomas. 1567?–1619 Cherry-Ripe
Devotion i
Devotion ii
Vobiscum est Iope
A Hymn in Praise of Neptune
Winter Nights
Integer Vitae
O come quickly!
Carew, Thomas. 1595?–1639? Song
Persuasions to Joy: a Song
To His Inconstant Mistress
The Unfading Beauty
Ingrateful Beauty threatened
Epitaph On the Lady Mary Villiers
Carey, Henry. 1693?–1743 Sally in our Alley
A Drinking-Song
Carman, Bliss. b. 1861 Why
Cartwright, William. 1611–1643 To Chloe
On the Queen's Return from the Low Countries
On a Virtuous Young Gentlewoman that died suddenly
Chapman, George. 1560–1634 Bridal Song
Chatterton, Thomas. 1752–1770 Song from Ælla
Chaucer, Geoffrey. 1340?–1400 The Love Unfeigned
Merciles Beaute
Clare, John. 1793–1864 Written in Northampton County Asylum
Clough, Arthur Hugh. 1819–1861 Say not the Struggle Naught availeth
Coleridge, Hartley. 1796–1849 The Solitary-Hearted
Early Death
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1772–1834 The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Kubla Khan
Youth and Age
Time, Real and Imaginary
Work without Hope
Glycine's Song
Coleridge, Sara. 1802–1850 O sleep, my Babe
The Child
Collins, William. 1721–1759 Ode to Simplicity
How sleep the Brave
Ode to Evening
Congreve, William. 1670–1729 False though She be
A Hue and Cry after Fair Amoret
Constable, Henry. 1562?–1613? On the Death of Sir Philip Sidney
Cory, William (Johnson). 1823–1892 Mimnermus in Church
Cotton, Charles. 1630–1687 To Coelia
Cowley, Abraham. 1618–1667 Anacreontics 1. Drinking
Anacreontics 2. The Epicure
Anacreontics 3. The Swallow
On the Death of Mr. William Hervey
The Wish
Cowper, William. 1731–1800 To Mary Unwin
My Mary
Crabbe, George. 1754–1832 Meeting
Late Wisdom
A Marriage Ring
Crashaw, Richard. 1613?–1649 Wishes to His Supposed Mistress
The Weeper
A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa
Upon the Book and Picture of the Seraphical Saint Teresa
Verses from the Shepherds' Hymn
Christ Crucified
An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife
Cunningham, Allan. 1784–1842 The Sun rises bright in France
Hame, Hame, Hame
The Spring of the Year
Cunninghame-Graham, Robert, 
of Gartmore. 1735–1797 
If Doughty Deeds
Cust, Henry. 1861–1917 Non Nobis
Cutts, Lord1661–1707 Song

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