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MAIDENHOOD
THE WOMAN
STEPPING WESTWARD
LOOKING BACKWARD
POEMS OF LOVE
IN PRAISE OF HER
PLAINTS AND PROTESTATIONS
THE PARTED LOVERS
THE TRAGEDY OF LOVE
LOVE AND DEATH
LOVE’S FULFILLMENT
LOVE SONNETS
POEMS OF NATURE
MOTHER NATURE
DAWN AND DARK
THE CHANGING YEAR
WOOD AND FIELD AND RUNNTNG BROOK
GREEN THINGS GROWING
GOD’S CREATURES
THE SIMPLE LIFE
WANDERLUST
FAMILIAR VERSE, AND POEMS HUMOROUS AND SATIRIC
THE BARB OF SATIRE
THE MIMICS
THE HUMAN SEASONS
INFANT JOY
TO A NEW-BORN BABY GIRL
TO LITTLE RENEE ON FIRST SEEING HER LYING IN HER CRADLE
RHYME OF ONE
TO A NEW-BORN CHILD
CHOOSING A NAME
WEIGHING THE BABY
LITTLE FEET
THE BABIE
LITTLE HANDS
BARTHOLOMEW
THE STORM-CHILD
THE KING OF THE CRADLE
THE FIRSTBORN
INTO THE WORLD AND OUT
MOTHER GOOSE’S MELODIES
JACK AND JILL
THE QUEEN OF HEARTS
LITTLE BO-PEEP
MARY’S LAMB
SIMPLE SIMON
A PLEASANT SHIP
THE CITY MOUSE AND THE GARDEN MOUSE
ROBIN REDBREAST
SOLOMON GRUNDY
”WHEN GOOD KING ARTHUR RULED THIS LAND”
THE BELLS OF LONDON
THE OWL, THE EEL AND THE WARMING-PAN
LITTLE RAINDROPS
OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN
BABY-LAND
THE FIRST TOOTH
BABY’S BREAKFAST
BABY AT PLAY
THE DIFFERENCE
FOOT SOLDIERS
TOM THUMB’S ALPHABET
GRAMMAR IN RHYME
DAYS OF THE MONTH
THE GARDEN YEAR
PROVERBS
KIND HEARTS
WEATHER WISDOM
OLD SUPERSTITIONS
THE SUGAR-PLUM TREE
WHEN THE SLEEPY MAN COMES
AULD DADDY DARKNESS
WILLIE WINKIE
THE SANDMAN
THE DUSTMAN
MOTHER’S SONG
A LULLABY
A CRADLE HYMN
CRADLE SONG
LULLABY OF AN INFANT CHIEF
GOOD-NIGHT
THE COTTAGER TO HER INFANT
HOLY INNOCENTS
AN IRISH LULLABY
MOTHER-SONG FROM ”PRINCE LUCIFER”
KENTUCKY BABE
MINNIE AND WINNIE
BED-TIME SONG
TUCKING THE BABY IN
CUDDLE DOON
HAPPY THOUGHT
WHOLE DUTY OF CHILDREN
POLITENESS
RULES OF BEHAVIOR
LITTLE FRED
THE LOVABLE CHILD
GOOD AND BAD CHILDREN
REBECCA’S AFTER-THOUGHT
KINDNESS TO ANIMALS
A RULE FOR BIRDS’ NESTERS
LITTLE THINGS
THE LITTLE GENTLEMAN From ”Little Derwent’s Breakfast”
THE CRUST OF BREAD
THE BROWN THRUSH
THE SLUGGARD
THE VIOLET
DIRTY JIM
JANE AND ELIZA
MEDDLESOME MATTY
CONTENTED JOHN
THE REFORMATION OF GODFREY GORE
THE BEST FIRM
A LITTLE PAGE’S SONG (13th Century)
HOW THE LITTLE KITE LEARNED TO FLY
THE BUTTERFLY AND THE BEE
THE BUTTERFLY
BUTTERCUPS AND DAISIES
THE ANT AND THE CRICKET
AFTER WINGS
DEEDS OF KINDNESS
THE BOY AND THE WOLF
THE STORY OF AUGUSTUS, WHO WOULD NOT HAVE ANY SOUP
THE STORY OF LITTLE SUCK-A-THUMB
WRITTEN IN A LITTLE LADY’S LITTLE ALBUM
MY LADY WIND
TO A CHILD
A FAREWELL
REEDS OF INNOCENCE
THE WONDERFUL WORLD
THE WORLD’S MUSIC
A BOY’S SONG
GOING DOWN HILL ON A BICYCLE
PLAYGROUNDS
THE WIND’S SONG
THE PIPER ON THE HILL A Child’s Song
THE WIND AND THE MOON
CHILD’S SONG IN SPRING
BABY SEED SONG
LITTLE DANDELION
IN THE GARDEN
THE GLADNESS OF NATURE
W. Graham Robertson [1867-
THE TIGER
ANSWER TO A CHILD’S QUESTION
HOW THE LEAVES CAME DOWN
A LEGEND OF THE NORTHLAND
THE CRICKET’S STORY
THE SINGING-LESSON
CHANTICLEER
NURSE’S SONG
JACK FROST
OCTOBER’S PARTY
THE SHEPHERD
LITTLE GUSTAVA
PRINCE TATTERS
THE LITTLE BLACK BOY
THE BLIND BOY
BUNCHES OF GRAPES
MY SHADOW
THE LAND OF COUNTERPANE
THE LAND OF STORY-BOOKS
THE GARDENER
FOREIGN LANDS
MY BED IS A BOAT
THE PEDDLER’S CARAVAN
THE BUILDING OF THE NEST
ONE AND ONE
A NURSERY SONG
A MORTIFYING MISTAKE
THE MAN IN THE MOON
LITTLE ORPHANT ANNIE
OUR HIRED GIRL
SEEIN’ THINGS
HOLY THURSDAY
A STORY FOR A CHILD
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY
THE CAPTAIN’S DAUGHTER
THE NIGHTINGALE AND GLOW-WORM
SIR LARK AND KING SUN: A PARABLE From ”Adela Cathcart”
GOD’S JUDGMENT ON A WICKED BISHOP
”WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED THEIR FLOCKS BY NIGHT”
CHRISTMAS CAROLS
THE BURNING BABE
TRYSTE NOEL
CHRISTMAS CAROL
CHRISTMAS BELLS
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
THE FEAST OF THE SNOW
MARY’S BABY
THE THREE KINGS
LULLABY IN BETHLEHEM
A CHILD’S SONG OF CHRISTMAS
JEST ’FORE CHRISTMAS
A VTSTT FROM ST. NICHOLAS
CEREMONIES FOR CHRISTMAS
ON THE MORNING OF CHRIST’S NATIVITY
THE FAIRY BOOK
THE ELF AND THE DORMOUSE
”OH! WHERE DO FAIRIES HIDE THEIR HEADS?”
DREAM SONG
FAIRY SONG
QUEEN MAB
THE FAIRIES OF THE CALDON-LOW A Midsummer Legend
THE FAIRIES
THE FAIRY THRALL
FAREWELL TO THE FAIRIES
THE FAIRY FOLK
THE VISITOR
THE LITTLE ELF
THE SATYRS AND THE MOON
THE CHILDREN’S HOUR
LAUS INFANTIUM
THE DESIRE
A CHILD’S LAUGHTER
SEVEN YEARS OLD
CREEP AFORE YE GANG
CASTLES IN THE AIR
UNDER MY WINDOW
THE BAREFOOT BOY
THE HERITAGE
DOVE’S NEST
THE ORACLE
TO A LITTLE GIRL
A PARENTAL ODE TO MY SON Aged Three Years And Five Months
A NEW POET
TO CHARLOTTE PULTENEY
THE PICTURE OF LITTLE T. C. IN A PROSPECT OF FLOWERS
TO HARTLEY COLERIDGE Six Years Old
EX ORE INFANTIUM
OBITUARY
THE CHILD’S HERITAGE
A GIRL OF POMPEII
ON THE PICTURE OF A ”CHILD TIRED OF PLAY”
THE REVERIE OF POOR SUSAN
CHILDREN’S SONG
THE MITHERLESS BAIRN
THE CRY OF THE CHILDREN
THE SHADOW-CHILD
MOTHER WEPT
IN THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
A SONG OF TWILIGHT
LITTLE BOY BLUE
THE DISCOVERER
A CHRYSALIS
MATER DOLOROSA
THE LITTLE GHOST
MOTHERHOOD
THE MOTHER’S PRAYER
DA LEETLA BOY
EPITAPH OF DIONYSIA
FOR CHARLIE’S SAKE
THE MORNING-GLORY
SHE CAME AND WENT
THE FIRST SNOW-FALL
THE CHILD’S WISH GRANTED
CHALLENGE
TIRED MOTHERS
MY DAUGHTER LOUISE
ROSE-MARIE OF THE ANGELS
TO THE VIRGINS, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIME
TO MISTRESS MARGARET HUSSEY
ON HER COMING TO LONDON
TO A YOUNG LADY
THE SOLITARY REAPER
BLACKMWORE MAIDENS
TO A CHILD OF FANCY
TO PETRONILLA WHO HAS PUT UP HER HAIR
THE GYPSY GIRL
SOMEBODY’S CHILD
TO A GREEK GIRL
A LIFE-LESSON
THE FLIGHT OF YOUTH
AVE ATQUE VALE
STANZAS WRITTEN ON THE ROAD BETWEEN FLORENCE AND
STANZAS FOR MUSIC
THE QUEST
MY BIRTH-DAY
ON THIS DAY I COMPLETE MY THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR
THE ONE WHITE HAIR
BALLADE OF MIDDLE AGE
MIDDLE AGE
TO CRITICS
THE RAINBOW
LEAVETAKING
THE PULLEY
OF THOSE WHO WALK ALONE
OUR SISTER
FROM LIFE
THE ROSE OF THE WORLD
DAWN OF WOMANHOOD
THE SHEPHERDESS
A PORTRAIT
THE SHRINE
THE VOICE
AD MATREM
C. L. M
THE WORLD
OF THE LAST VERSES IN THE BOOK
TOMORROW
LATE WISDOM
YOUTH AND AGE
THE OLD MAN’S COMFORTS And How He Gained Them
LATE LEAVES
THE RIVER OF LIFE
THE WORLD I AM PASSING THROUGH
TERMINUS
RABBI BEN EZRA
HUMAN LIFE
THE ISLE OF THE LONG AGO
GROWING OLD
TWILIGHT
A. Mary F. Robinson [1857-
FORTY YEARS ON
THE PARADOX OF TIME A Variation On Ronsard
OMNIA SOMNIA
THE YEAR’S END
AN OLD MAN’S SONG
SONGS OF SEVEN
Seven Times One. - EXULTATION
Seven Times Two. - ROMANCE
Seven Times Four. - MATERNITY
Seven Times Five. - WIDOWHOOD
Seven Times Six. - GIVING IN MARRIAGE
Seven Times Seven. - LONGING FOR HOME
THE RETREAT
A SUPERSCRIPTION
THE CHILD IN THE GARDEN
SOMETIMES
THE LITTLE GHOSTS
MY OTHER ME
A SHADOW BOAT
A LAD THAT IS GONE
CHILDHOOD
THE WASTREL
TROIA FUIT
TEMPLE GARLANDS
TIME LONG PAST
MY LOST YOUTH
LANGSYNE, WHEN LIFE WAS BONNIE”
THE SHOOGY-SHOO
THE ROAD OF REMEMBRANCE
THE TRIUMPH OF FORGOTTEN THINGS
IN THE TWILIGHT
AN IMMORALITY
THREE SEASONS
THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES
THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS
THREESCORE AND TEN
RAIN ON THE ROOF
ALONE BY THE HEARTH
THE OLD MAN DREAMS
AULD LANG SYNE
ROCK ME TO SLEEP
THE BUCKET
THE GRAPE-VINE SWING
THE OLD SWIMMIN’-HOLE
FORTY YEARS AGO
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