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Surprised by Joy—Impatient as the Wind

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Methought I Saw the Footsteps of a Throne

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Weak is the Will of Man, his Judgment Blind

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It is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free

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Where Lies the Land to which yon Ship must Go ?

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With Ships the Sea was Sprinkled Far and Nigh

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The World is Too Much with Us; Late and Soon

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A Volant Tribe of Bards on Earth are Found

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How Sweet it is when Mother Fancy Rocks

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Personal Talk .

TO R. B. Haydon, Esq.

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From the Dark Chambers of Dejection Freed

Fair Prime of Life! were it Enough to Gild

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I Heard (Alas ! 'twas only in a Dream)

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Retirement

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To the Memory of Raisley Calvert

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Scorn not the Sonnet ; Critic, you have Frowned

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Not Love, nor War, nor the Tumultuous Swell

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While not a Leaf seems Faded, -while the Fields

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How Clear, how Keen, how Marvellously Bright

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Composed During a Storm

To a Snowdrop

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Composed a Few Days after the Foregoing

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To Lady Beaumont .

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To the Lady Mary Lowther

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There is a Pleasure in Poetic Pains

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The Shepherd Looking Eastward, Softly Said .

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Hail, Twilight, Sovereign of One Peaceful Hour !

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With how Sad Steps, O Moon, Thou Climb'st the Sky

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Even as the Dragon's Eye that Feels the Stress

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Mark the Concentrated Hazels that Inclose

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Captivity .

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Brook! whose Society the Poet Seeks

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Composed on the Banks of a Rocky Stream

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Pure Element of Waters! Wheresoe'er

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Malham Cove

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Gordale

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The Monument commonly called Long Meg and her Daughters, near the

River Eden

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Composed after a Journey across the Hamilton Hills, Yorkshire

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These Words were Uttered as in Pensive Mood

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Earth has not Anything to Show more Fair

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Ye Sacred Nurseries of Blooming Youth .

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Shame on this Faithless Heart that Could Allow

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Recollection of the Portrait of King Henry VIII. Trinity Lodge, Cambridge 142

On the Death of His Majesty George III.

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It is not to be Thought of that the Flood

When I have Borne in Memory what has Tamed

One Might Believe that Natural Miseries .

There is a Bondage Worse, Far Worse to Bear

These Times Touch Moneyed Worldlings with Dismay

England ! the Time is Come when Thou shouldst Wean

When Looking on the Present Face of Things .

Vanguard of Liberty, Ye Men of Kent

Shout, for a Mighty Victory is Won

Another Year ! another Deadly Blow

Ode-Who Rises on the Banks of Seine

A Roman Master Stands on Grecian Ground

When, Far and Wide, Swift as the Beams of Morn

Clarkson! It was an Obstinate Hill to Climb

High Deeds, O Germans, are to Come from You

Clouds, Lingering Yet, Extend in Solid Bars

Go Back to Antique Ages, is Thine Eyes .

Not 'Mid the World's Vain Objects ! that Enslave

I Dropped My Pen ; and Listened to the Wind

Of Mortal Parents is the Hero Born

Advance-Come Forth from Thy Tyrolean Ground

The Land We from Our Fathers Had in Trust

Alas! What Boots the Long, Laborious Quest

And is it Among Rude Untutored Dales

O'er the Wide Earth on Mountain and on Plain

On the Final Submission of the Tyrolese .

Say, what is Honour ?—'Tis the Finest Sense

The Martial Courage of a Day is Vain

Call not the Royal Swede Unfortunate

Look now on that Adventurer who hath Paid

Is there a Power that can Sustain and Cheer

Ah! where is Palafox? Nor Tongue nor Pen

In Due Observance of an Ancient Rite

Yet, yet, Biscayans ! we must Meet our Foes

Oak of Guernica ! Tree of Holier Power

We can Endure that He should Waste our Lands

Avaunt all Specious Pliancy of Mind

O'erweening Statesmen have full long Relied

Hunger, and Sultry Heat, and Nipping Blast

They Seek, are Sought; to Daily Battle Led

The Power of Armies is a Visible Thing .

Here Pause : the Poet Claims at Least this Praise

Humanity, Delighting to Behold

Ye Storms, Resound the Praises of your King .

Abruptly Paused the Strife ;-the Field throughout

Now that all Hearts are Glad, all Faces Bright

Dear Reliques ! from a Pit of Vilest Mould

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Intrepid Sons of Albion! not by You

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Oh! for a Kindling Touch of that Pure Flame

The Bard, whose Soul is Meek as Dawning Day

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Emperors and Kings, how oft have Temples Rung

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Ode-When the Soft Hand of Sleep had Closed the Latch

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Thanksgiving Ode.

Memorials of a Tour on the Continent.

1820.

Fish-Women on Landing at Calais.

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Bruges

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Bruges

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After Visiting the Field of Waterloo

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Scenery between Namur and Liege .

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Aix-la-Chapelle

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In the Cathedral at Cologne

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In a Carriage, upon the Banks of the Rhine

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Hymn, for the Boalmen as they Approach the Rapids, under the Castle of

Heidelberg

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The Source of the Danube

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Memorial near the Outlet of the Lake of Thun

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Composed in One of the Catholic Cantons of Switzerland

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On Approaching the Staub-Bach, Lauterbrunnen

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The Fall of the Aar.-Handec.

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Scene on the Lake of Brientz

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Engelberg, the Hill of Angels

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Our Lady of the Snow

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Effusion in Presence of the Painted Tower of Tell, at Altore

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The Town of Schwytz

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On Hearing the “Ranz des Vaches" on the Top of the Pass of St. Gothard 195

The Church of San Salvador, seen from the Lake of Lugano

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Fort Fuentes

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The Italian Itinerant, and the Swiss Goatherd

The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci .

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The Eclipse of the Sun. 1820.

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The Three Cottage Girls .

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The Column, intended by Bonaparte for a Triumphal Edifice in Milan

Stanzas Composed in the Simplon Pass

Echo upon the Gemmi

Processions. Suggested on a Sabbath Morning in the Vale of Chamouny

Elegiac Stanzas

Sky-Prospect. From the Plain of France

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On being Stranded near the Harbour of Boulogne

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After Landing. The Valley of Dover.

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Desultory Stanzas, upon Receiving the Preceding Sheets from the Press

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To Enterprise

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