Latter-day Lyrics: Being Poems of Sentiment and Reflection by Living Writers

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A sigh in the morning gray Aubrey de Vere
26
Oh love is like the rose Philip James Bailey
27
Along the shore Dinah Maria Craik
28
She Came and Went James Russell Lowell
29
Never Again Augusta Webster
30
What matter O friend Alfred Domett
31
Love and Friendship Sir Noel Paton
32
Dallying Thomas Ashe
33
Charmian Robert Buchanan
34
Not Love Augusta Webster
35
Somewhere or other Christina Rossetti
36
Outcry
37
If Christina Rossetti
38
A Smile and a Sigh Christina Rossetti
39
If ever dear Lewis Morris
40
A LoveThought Richard Lord Houghton
41
Nocturne Thomas Bailey Aldrich
42
Shame upon you Robin Alfred Tennyson
43
Pansie Thomas Anne Thomas Ashe
44
Evey William Allingham William Allinghan
45
Serenade Alfred Austin
46
At Her Window Frederick Locker
47
LoveLily Dante Gabriel Rossetti
48
Give her but the least excuse Robert Browning
49
The Oblation A C Swinburne
50
The bee to the heather Sir Henry Taylor
51
A Daisy Chain H ChoimondeleyPennell
52
A Wildwood Spell Earl of Southesk
53
Reine dAmour Francis Turner Palgrave
54
I thank thee dear Frederick Myers
55
My Neighbour Gerald Massey
56
Blanche James Hedderwick
57
No and Yes Thomas Ashe
58
Love within George Meredith
59
Like an island Philip James Bailey 91
61
Seek not the tree Aubrey de Vere
62
In long enchanted weather Arthur OShaughnessy
63
A Song of the Four Seasons Austin Dobson
64
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Wild Rose
101
Thomas Woolner
102
Daisys Dimples 7 AshbySterry
103
Gertrudes Glove Frederick Locker
104
Angelica William Sawyer
106
A Garden Idyll Frederick Locker 70 November Snow Earl of Southesk
109
Dawn Thomas Woolner IIO 72 The Tryst E Clarence Stedman 73 In a Gondola Robert Browning
112
Edwin Arnold
113
A Kiss Alfred Dometti
114
The Mountain Fir Earl of Southesk
116
The Letter Alfred Tennyson
118
Marriage Morning Alfred Tennyson
119
One so fairnone so fair Gerald Massey
121
John Andersons Answer Hon 7 Leicester Warren
123
Renunciation W W Story
126
Windlestraws Edward Dowden
127
Bagatelles Theophile Marzials
129
Tragedies
130
Theophile Marzials
131
Baby
133
George Macdonald
134
Loss and Gain Richard Lord Houghton
150
February William Morris
153
March
154
William Morris 99 April William Morris
155
Spring is Coming F W Bourdillon
158
A Spring Evening F W Bourdillon
159
Isolation Matthew Arnold
173
The Solitude of Life Richard Lord Houghton
174
Not to Be Augusta Webster
177
Too soon Augusta Webster
178
Oh roses Christina Rossetti 121 For me no roseate garlands Aubrey de Vere and Sir twine Henry Taylor
188
The Falling Rose William Cox Bennett
190
The Rose in October Mary Townley
191
Dover Beach Matthew Arnold
192
Burdens Edward Dowden
194
On the Shore Augusta Webster
195
Before Sedan Austin Dobson
203
Passing away Christina Rossetti
209
Spring Sadness
213
After Philip Bourke Marston
216
What do we here John Payne
219
The world is great George Eliot
226
The Singers Plea
235
Broken Music Dante Gabriel Rossetti
243
Nightingales C Tennyson Turner
244
Lilith Dante Gabriel Rossetti
245
LoveSweetness Dante Gabriel Rossetti
246
The Bridesmaid Alfred Tennyson
247
William Bell Scott
248
Why?
249
John Godfrey Saxe
250
SONGS AND OTHER LYRICS
251
I would not have James Russell Lowell
252
Our love is not James Russell Lowell
253
After Death Christina Rossetti
254
Love Time and Death Frederick Locker
255
Hoarded Joy Dante Gabriel Rossetti
256
Rural Nature William Barnes
257
When man alone James Bledderwick
258
There never yet James Russell Lowell
259
Count each affliction Aubrey de Vere 181 Blessed is he Aubrey de Vere 182 Now or When? Richard Wilton 183 Hawthorn and Wild Rose Richard ...
268
I ask not James Russell Lowell
270
I grieve not James Russell Lowell
271
To Helen Sir F Hastings Doyle
272
Autumn William Allingham
273
October William Cullen Bryant
274
Worldly Place Matthew Arnold
275
Good Shepherd with the Kid Matthew Arnold
276
East London Matthew Arnold
277
ENGLISH EXAMPLES OF FRENCH FORMS OF VERSE
287
A NOTE ON SOME FOREIGN FORMS OF VERSE
331
10
356
The waters are rising George Macdonald 177
369
When first we met Robert Bridges
376
INDEX OF WRITERS
380
Love the Pilgrim Hamilton Aide
1
Destiny Edwin Arnold
7
Parting at Morning Robert Browning
13
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