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Chronological Index of Authors

William Shakespeare (1564–1616)
William Drummond of Hawthornden (1585–1649)

William Shakespeare. 1564–1616  Absence (Gold)
A Consolation (Gold)
A Madrigal (Gold)
A Sea Dirge (Gold)
Aubade (OBEV)
Blind Love (Gold)
Blossom (OBEV)
Blow, blow, thou winter wind (Gold)
Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind (OBEV)
Bridal Song (OBEV)
Carpe Diem (Gold)
Dirge (OBEV)
Dirge of Love (Gold)
Dirge of the Three Queens (OBEV)
Fairy Land(OBEV)
Fairy Land ii (OBEV)
Fairy Land iii (OBEV)
Fairy Land iv (OBEV)
Fairy Land(OBEV)
Farewell! thou art too dear for my possessing (Gold)
Fidele (Gold)
Fidele (OBEV)
How like a winter hath my absence been (Gold)
It was a lover and his lass (Gold)
It was a Lover and his Lass (OBEV)
Life without Passion (Gold)
Love (OBEV)
Love's Perjuries (Gold)
Madrigal (Gold)
Madrigal (Gold)
Man's Love (Gold)
Orpheus (OBEV)
Phoenix and the Turtle (OBEV)
Post Mortem (Gold)
Remembrance (Gold)
Revolutions (Gold)
Silvia (OBEV)
Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea (Gold)
Sonnets ii (OBEV)
Sonnets iii (OBEV)
Sonnets iv (OBEV)
Sonnets vi (OBEV)
Sonnets vii (OBEV)
Sonnets viii (OBEV)
Sonnets ix (OBEV)
Sonnets xi (OBEV)
Sonnets xii (OBEV)
Sonnets xiii (OBEV)
Sonnets xiv (OBEV)
Sonnets xv (OBEV)
Sonnets xvi (OBEV)
Sonnets xvii (OBEV)
Sonnets xviii (OBEV)
Sonnets xix (OBEV)
Sonnets xx (OBEV)
Soul and Body (Gold)
Spring and Winter(OBEV)
Spring and Winter ii (OBEV)
Sweet-and-Twenty (OBEV)
Take, O take those Lids away (OBEV)
That time of year thou may'st in me behold (Gold)
Time and Love (Gold)
To His Love (Gold)
To me, fair Friend, you never can be old (Gold)
Triumph of Death (Gold)
Unchangeable (Gold)
Under the greenwood tree (Gold)
Under the Greenwood Tree (OBEV)
When in the chronicle of wasted time (Gold)
Winter (Gold)
World's Way (Gold)
Richard Rowlands. 1565–1630?  Lullaby (OBEV)
John Hoskins. 1566–1638  Absence (Meta)
Thomas Nashe. 1567–1601  In Time of Pestilence (OBEV)
Spring (Gold)
Spring (OBEV)
Thomas Campion. 1567–1620  A Hymn in Praise of Neptune (OBEV)
Cherry-Ripe (OBEV)
Devotion ii (OBEV)
Integer Vitae (OBEV)
Laura (OBEV)
O come quickly(OBEV)
Vobiscum est Iope (OBEV)
Winter Nights (OBEV)
Sir Henry Wotton. 1568–1639  A Hymn to my God in a night of my late Sicknesse (Meta)
Character of a Happy Life (Gold)
Character of a Happy Life (OBEV)
Elizabeth of Bohemia (Gold)
Elizabeth of Bohemia (OBEV)
On his Mistris, the Queen of Bohemia (Meta)
Upon the Death of Sir Albert Morton's Wife (OBEV)
Sir John Davies. 1569–1626  Man (OBEV)
Thomas Dekker. 1570?–1632  Happy Heart (Gold)
Sweet Content (OBEV)
Sir Robert Ayton. 1570–1638  To an Inconstant One (OBEV)
To His Forsaken Mistress (OBEV)
John Donne. 1572–1631  A Hymn to God the Father (OBEV)
A Hymne to Christ (Meta)
Aire and Angels (Meta)
Anniversarie (Meta)
A nocturnall upon S. Lucies day (Meta)
At the round earths imagin'd corners, blow (Meta)
A Valediction: forbidding mourning (Meta)
A Valediction: of weeping (Meta)
Batter my heart, three person'd God; for, you (Meta)
Blossome (Meta)
Daybreak (OBEV)
Death (OBEV)
Death be not proud, though some have called thee (Meta)
Dream (OBEV)
Dreame (Meta)
Ecstasy (OBEV)
Expiration (Meta)
Extasie (Meta)
Funeral (OBEV)
Funerall (Meta)
Goe, and catche a falling starre (Meta)
Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward (Meta)
Good-morrow (Meta)
His Picture (Meta)
Hymne to God my God, in my sicknesse (Meta)
Lovers infinitenesse (Meta)
Message (Meta)
On his Mistris (Meta)
Prohibition (Meta)
Relique (Meta)
Satyre (Meta)
Show me deare Christ, thy spouse, so bright and clear (Meta)
Song (OBEV)
Sunne Rising (Meta)
Sweetest love, I do not goe (Meta)
That Time and Absence proves (OBEV)
This is my playes last scene, here heavens appoint (Meta)
Thou hast made me, And shall thy worke decay(Meta)
To Christ (Meta)
To Sir H. W. at his going Ambassador to Venice (Meta)
To the Countesse of Bedford (Meta)
Twicknam garden (Meta)
What if this present were the worlds last night(Meta)
Ben Jonson. 1573–1637  A Farewell to the World (OBEV)
An Elegy (OBEV)
A Part of an Ode (OBEV)
Hymn to Diana (Gold)
Hymn to Diana (OBEV)
Noble Balm (OBEV)
Noble Nature (Gold)
On Elizabeth L. H. (OBEV)
On Salathiel Pavy (OBEV)
Shadow (OBEV)
Simplex Munditiis (OBEV)
To Celia (Gold)
To Celia (OBEV)
Triumph (OBEV)
Richard Barnefield. 1574–1627  Nightingale (Gold)
Philomel (OBEV)
Thomas Heywood. 1574?–1641  Matin Song (OBEV)
Message (OBEV)
Pack, clouds, away, and welcome day (Gold)
John Fletcher. 1579–1625  Aspatia's Song (OBEV)
Away, Delights (OBEV)
Beauty Clear and Fair (OBEV)
Bridal Song (OBEV)
God Lyaeus (OBEV)
Hear, ye Ladies (OBEV)
Hymn to Pan (OBEV)
Love's Emblems (OBEV)
Melancholy (Gold)
Melancholy (OBEV)
Sleep (OBEV)
Weep no more (OBEV)
John Webster. 1580?–1625?  A Dirge (OBEV)
A Land Dirge (Gold)
Shrouding of the Duchess of Malfi (OBEV)
Vanitas Vanitatum (OBEV)
William, Earl of Sterling Alexander.  
Aurora (OBEV)
To Aurora (Gold)
Lord Herbert of Cherbury. 1582–1648  An Ode upon a Question moved (Meta)
Elegy over a Tomb (Meta)
Phineas Fletcher. 1582–1650  A Litany (OBEV)
Sir John Beaumont. 1583–1627  Of his Dear Son, Gervase (OBEV)
Aurelian Townshend. 1583?–1643?  Loves Victory (Meta)
Upon kinde and true Love (Meta)
Francis Beaumont. 1584–1616  On the Tombs in Westminster Abbey (Gold)
On the Tombs in Westminster Abbey (OBEV)
Giles Fletcher. 1585?–1623  Wooing Song (OBEV)
William Drummond of Hawthornden.  
Change should breed Change (OBEV)
Doth then the world go thus, doth all thus move(Gold)
Her Passing (OBEV)
Inexorable (OBEV)
Invocation (OBEV)
Lessons of Nature (Gold)
Madrigal (Gold)
Madrigal (OBEV)
Saint John Baptist (Gold)
Saint John Baptist (OBEV)
Sic Transit (Gold)
Spring Bereaved(OBEV)
Spring Bereaved(OBEV)
Spring Bereaved(OBEV)
Summons to Love (Gold)
To His Lute (Gold)


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