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INDEX TO THE POEMS

ADONAIS, 418
Adonis, Elegy on the Death of, 635
Alastor; or the Spirit of Solitude, 80
Allegory, An, 560
Ambushed Dangers, 588
Anarchy, The Mask of, 347, 533
Anthem, A New National, 523
Apennines, Passage of the, 507
Apollo, Hymn of, 552
Appeal to Silence, 520
Arethusa, 551
Assertors of Liberty, To the, 524
Athanase, Prince, 209
Atlas, The Witch of, 374
Autumn : A Dirge, 558
Awakener, The, 588
Aziola, The, 573
BIGOTRY's Victim, 676
Bion, Elegy on the Death of, 636
Birth of Pleasure, The, 530
Blanc, Mont, 493
Boat on the Serchio, The, 585
Bonaparte, Feelings of a Republican on the Fall

of, 489
Bracknell, Stanza written at, 485
Bridal Song, A, 575

Another Version, 575

Another Version, 576
Buona Notte, 562
Byron, Sonnet to, 587

Convito, First Canzone of the, 637
Critic, Lines to a, 505
Cyclops of Euripides, The, 621
DÆMon of the World, The, 70
Dante, Sonnet from the Italian of, 637.
Death: “Death is here and death is there," 558

"They die-the dead return not-Misery,"
503
Dejection, Stanzas written in, 514
Deserts of Sleep, The, 566
Devil's Walk, The: A Ballad, 681
Dialogue: "For my dagger is bathed in the

blood of the brave," 662
Dirge, A, 597,

for the Year, 568
Drama, Fragments of an Unfinished, 455
Earth, Homer's Hymn to, 619
Edward Williams, To, 573
Emilia Viviani, To, 570
England in 1819, 524
England, To the People of, 523
Epipsychidion, 404
Epitaph, 598
Epitaphium, 661
Euganean Hills, Lines written among the, 508
Euripides, The Cyclops of, 621
Evening: Ponte a Mare, Pisa, 584
Exhortation, An, 527
Eyes: A Fragment, 665
Face, A, 566
Faded Violet, On a, 508
False Laurels and True, 589
Famine, The Tower of, 559
Feelings of a Republican on the Fall of Bona-

parte, 489
Fellowship of Souls, 531
Fête at Carlton House; Fragment on a, 678
Fiordispina, 564
First Canzone of the Convito, The, 637
Forebodings, 531
Fugitives, The, 570
Fragments-

A Cloud-Chariot, 504
Adapted from the Vita Nuova of Dante, 640
A Face, 566
“A gentle Story of two Lovers young," 530
“Alas! this is not what I thought Life

was," 567
A Lost Leader, 520
Ambushed Dangers, 588

To, 520

Calderon's Cisma d'Inglaterra, 686

Magico Prodigioso, Scenes from, 640
Carlton House, On a Fête at, 678
Castlereagh Administration, Lines written dur.

ing the, 521
Castor and Pollux, Homer's Hymn to, 618
Cat, Verses on a, 661
Cavalcanti, Sonnet from the Italian of, 640
Cenci, The, 297
Chamouni, Lines written in the Vale of, 493
Charles the First, 460
Circumstance, 635
Cisma d'Inglaterra, Calderon's, 686
Cloud-Chariot, A, 504
Cloud, The, 542
Coleridge, To, 488
Consequence, 566
Constantia, To, 499

To, Singing, 499

Fragments :-

Harriet, To: A Fragment, 681
"And that I walk thus proudly crowned," Hate-Song, A, 505
589

Heaven, Ode to, 525
Appeal to Silence, 520

Helen and Henry, 496
A Roman's Chamber, 532

Helen, Rosalind and, 215
A Tale Untold, 532

Helena, Kissing, 634
A Wanderer, 588

Hellas, 432
Consequence, 566

Prologue to; Fragments written for, 580
False Laurels and True, 589

Home, 496
Fellowship of Souls, 531

Homer, his Hymn to Castor and Pollux, 618
"Follow to the deep wood's Weeds," 530 to the Earth: Mother of All, 619
Forebodings, 531

to Mercury, 603
From the Wandering Jew, 662

to Minerva, 620
“Great Spirit," 589

to the Moon, 618
Helen and Henry, 496

to the Sun, 619
Home, 496

to Venus, 620
Hope, Fear, and Doubt, 566

Hope, Fear, and Doubt, 566
1 Faint, 1 Perish, with my Love," 588 Horologium, 662
“I would not be a King," 580

Hymn of Apollo, 552
Love Immortal, 505

of Pan, 553
Love's Atmosphere, 530

to Intellectual Beauty, 491
Love the Universe, 530
Methought I was a Billow in the Crowd," Icicle that clung to the Grass of a Grave, On
587

an, 677
Milton's Spirit, sóz

Imitation, An: From the Arabic, 569
Of an Unfinished Drama, 455

Indian Serenade, The, 527 ; Cancelled Passage
Of the Elegy on the Death of Adonis, 635 of, 528
Of the Elegy on the Death of Bion, 636 In Horologium, 662
Omens, 661

Intellectual Beauty, Hymn to, 491
On Keats, 587

Ireland, To, 681
“O Thou Immortal Deity," 589

Islam, The Revolt of, 95
Peace surrounding Life, 588

Isle, The, 598
Poetry and Music, 531

Italy, To, 532
Rain, 588
Rain and Wind, 532

JANE. See Poems to
Reminiscence and Desire, 531

Julian and Maddalo, 233
Rome and Nature, 532
Satan at Large, 505
Song of the Furies, 531

Keats, On, 587
The Awakener, 588
The Deserts of Sleep, 566

LeCHLADE, Gloucestershire, a Summer Even-
The Fight was o'er, 505,

ing at, 487
“The Lady of the South," 588

Lerici, Bay of, Lines written in the, 597
“The rude Wind is singing," 589

Leonardo da Vinci, On the Medusa of, 529
The Streain's Margin, 520

Letter to Maria Gisborne, 369
The Tomb of Memory, 531

Liberty, 559; Odes to, 545, 550
Thoughts in Solitude, 505

Life, The Triumph of, 474
To Byron, 520

Lines: "Far, far away, O ye,” 569,
To Harriet, 681

" That time is dead for ever, child," 503
To Italy, 532

“The cold earth slept below," 489
To One freed from Prison, 504

to a Critic, 505
To One Singing, 500

to a Reviewer, 561
To the Moon, 598

“We meet not as we parted," 598
To the People of England, 523

“When the Lamp is shattered," 593
Unrisen Splendour, 567

written among the Euganean Hills, 508
Unsatisfied Desire, 505

written during the Castlereagh Adininis.
Visitations of Calm Thoughts, 531

tration, 521
"Wake the Serpent not," 532

written in the Bay of Lerici, 597.
Weariness, 566

written in the Vale of Chamouni, 493
“What Men gain fairly," 523

written on hearing the news of the Death
Wine of Eglantine, 532

of Napoleon, 572

Lord Chancellor, To the, 500
"Gather, () gather,” 525

Lost Leader, A, 520
Ginevra, 581

Love, 678
Godwin, On Fanny, 503

Love, Hope, Desire, and Fear, 576
To Mary Wollstonecraft, 486

Love Immortal, 505
Goethe's Faust, Scenes from, 651

Love's Atmosphere, 530
Good Night, 562

Love's Philosophy, 530

Love the Universe, Variation of the, 532

Love's Rose, 664

Plant, The Sensitive, 533, 539

Plato, Spirit of, 634
Lyric to the Moon,

Pleasure, The Birth of, 530

Poems from St. Irvyne, or the Rosicrucian, 665
MADDALO, Julian and, 233

- to Jane : The Invitation, 594
Magnetic Lady to her Patient, The, 593

"The keen Stars were twinkling," 597
Marenghi, 516

The Recollection, 595
Margaret Nicholson. See Posthumous Frag. With a Guitar, 596
ments of

to Mary Shelley—(1) 529 ; (2) 529
Maria Gisborne Letter to, 369

to William Shelley, 502, 528, 529
Marianne's Dream, 496

Poetry and Music, 531
Marseillaise Hymn, Stanza from a Translation Political Characters of 1819, Similes for two, 522
of the, 676

Greatness, 572
Mary, To, who died in this Opinion, 679 Ponte a Mare, Pisa, Evening, 584
Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, To, 486

Posthumous Fragments, of Margaret Nicholson,
Mask of Anarchy, 347 ; Cancelled Stanza of, 669
533

Despair, 673
Matilda gathering Flowers, 639

Melody to a Scene of Former Times, 676
Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci, 529

The Spectral Horseman, 674
Men of England, Song to the, 522

'Tis midnight now-athwart the murky
Mercury, Homer's Hymn to, 603

air,” 671
“Mighty Eagle,” 500

Yes! all is past - swift time has fled
Milton's Spirit, 567

away,” 674
Minerva, Homer's Hymn to, 620

Prince Athanase, 209
Misery, To, 513

Prison, To one freed from, 504
Moonbeam, To the, 663

Prometheus Unbound, 245
Moon, Homer's Hymn to, 618

Proserpine, Song of, 552
The Waning, 558
To the, 558, 598, 663

QUEEN MAB, 1
Mont Blanc, 493

of my Heart, To the, 684
Moschus, from the Greek of, 636

Question, The, 553
Music, 587
Music, Tó, 500; Another Fragment to Music, Rain, 588
500

and Wind, 532
Mutability, 487, 571

Remembrance, 573

Reminiscence and Desire, 531
Naples, Ode to, 555,

Republicans of North America, To the, 680
Napoleon, Lines written

on hearing of the Reviewer, Lines to a, 561
Death of, 572

Revolt of Islam, The, 95
National Anthem, A New, 523

Roman's Chamber, A, 532
Night, To, 568

Rome and Nature, 532
Nightingale, The Woodman and the, 515 Rosalind and Helen, 215
Nile, To the, 507
North America, To the Republicans of, 680

Satan at Large, 505
Ode to Heaven, 525

Satire on Satire, Fragment of a, 561
to Liberty, 545; Cancelled Passage to, 550

St. Irvyne, or the Rosicrucian, Poems from, 665
To the Assertors of Liberty, 524

Scene from Tasso, 512
to Naples, 555.

Scenes from Calderon's Magico Prodigioso, 640
to the West Wind, 526

from Goethe's Faust, 651
(Edipus Tyrannus; or Swellfoot the Tyrant, Sea, a Vision of the, 539

Sensitive Plant, The, 533 ; Cancelled Passage of,
389

539
Omens, A Fragment, 661
On a Faded Violet, 508

Serchio, The Boat on the, 585
On Death: "The pale, the cold, and the moony Shelley, Mary, To (two poems), 529
smile," 487

William, To, 502, 528, 529
Orpheus, 562

William, Original Draft of the Poem to,

503
Otho, 503 ; Fragments supposed to be parts of,

Similes for two Political Characters of 1819, 522
504
"world! O life! O time," A Lament, 573

Skylark, To a, 543,
Ozymandias, 506

Society as it is, Tale of a, 679

Solitary, The, 663
PAN, Echo, and the Satyr, 636

Song for Tasso, 513
Hymn of, 553

from the Wandering Jew, 662
Passage of the Apennines, 507

of Proserpine, while gathering Flowers on
Past, The, 508

the Plain of Enna, 552
Peace surrounding Life, 588

of the Furies, 531
People of England, To the, 523

“Rarely, rarely, comest thou,” 571
Peter Bell the Third, 354

to the Men of England, 522

:

Sonnet : England in 1819, 524

To One Singing, 500
from the Italian of Cavalcanti, 640

Το : "I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden,"
from the Italian of Dante, 637

550
“Lift not the painted veil which those who To : “Music, when soft voices die," 571
live,” 520

To

One word is too often profaned,"
Political Greatness, 572

574
to Byron, 587

To :“When passion's trance is overpest,
Ye hasten to the grave! What seek ye 575
there," 560

To : “Yet look on me-take not thine
Sophia (Miss Stacey), To, 528

eyes away,” 486
Spirit of Plato, 634

Tower of Famine, The, 559
Spirits, The Two: An Allegory, 554

Triumph of Life, The, 474
Stacey, Miss Sophia, 528
Stanza-April 1814,485

UGOLINO, 685
- from a Translation of the Marseillaise Hymn, Unrisen Splendour, 567
676

Unsatisfied Desire, 505
“If I walk in Autumn's even," 588

VARIATION of the Lyric to the Moon, 532
written at Bracknell, 485
Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples, 514

Venus, Homer's Hymn to, 620

Verses on a Cat, 661
Star, To a, 678

Vine amid Ruins, The, 520
Stella, To, 634.

Virgil's Tenth Eclogue, From, 637
Stream's Margin, The, 520

Vision of the Sea, A, 539
Summer and Winter, 559
Evening, Churchyard, Lechlade, Gloucester. Visitations of Calm Thoughts, 531

Vita Nuova of Dante, Fragment adapted from
shire, 487

the, 640
Sun, Homer's Hymn to, 618

Viviani, Emilia, To, 570
Sunset, The, 490

WANDERER, A, 588
Tale of Society, A, as it is : From Facts, 1811, Wandering Jew, Fragment from the, 662
679

Weariness, 566
Untold, A, 532

West Wind, Ode to the, 526
“Tasso," Scene from, 512; Song for, 513

Williams, Edward, To, 573
The Fight was o'er, 505

Wine of Eglantine, 532
Thoughts in Solitude, 505

Witch of Atlas, The, 374
Time, 569

Woodman and the Nightingale, The, 515
Long Past, 566
To Death: “Death! where is thy victory?" 664 World's Wanderers, The, 560

Wordsworth, To, 489
To Mary

:"O Mary dear, that you were
here," 508

YEAR, Dirge for the, 568
Tomb of Memory, The, 531
To-morrow, 588

Zucca, The, 591

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weary, 668

148

669

A cat in distress, 661

As a violet's gentle eye, 532
A gentle story of two lovers young, 530

As from an ancestral oak, 522
A glorious people vibrated again, 545

As I lay asleep in Italy, 347
A golden-winged Angel stood, 505

As the sunrise to the night, 532
A hater he came and sat by a ditch, 505

At the creation of the Earth, 530
A man who was about to hang himself, 635 Away! the moor is dark beneath the moon, 485
A mighty Phantasm, half concealed, 431
A pale dream came to a Lady fair, 496

BEAR witness, Erin! when thine injured isle, 681
A portal as of shadowy adamant, 560

Before those cruel Twins, whom at one birth,
A Sensitive Plant in a garden grew, 533

375
A shovel of his ashes took, 496

Beside the dimness of the glimmering sea, 151
A widow bird sate mourning, 474

Best and brightest, come away, 594
A woodman whose rough heart was out of tune,

Bright wanderer, fair coquette of heaven, 598

Brothers! between you and me, 680
515
Ah? faint are her limbs, and her footstep is

"Buona notte, buona notte!"-Come mai, 562

By the mossy brink, 678
Alas, good friend, what profit can you see, 561

Calm art thou as yon sunset! swift and strong,
Alas! this is not what I thought life was, 567.
Ambition, power, and avarice, now have hurld,

Chameleons feed on light and air, 527
Amid the desolation of a city, 559

Come, be happy !-sit near me, 513
And can'st thou mock mine agony, thus calm,

Come hither, my sweet Rosalind, 216

Come, thou awakener of the spirit's ocean, 588
673

Corpses are cold in the tomb, 521
And earnest to explore within-around, 639
And ever as he went he swept a lyre, 431 Dares the lama, most fleet of the sons of the
And, if my grief should still be dearer to me,

wind, 676
456

Dar’st thou amid the varied multitude, 663
And like a dying lady, lean and pale, 558 Daughters of Jove, whose voice is melody, 618
And many there were hurt by that strong boy, Dear home, thou scene of earliest hopes and
576

joys, 496
And Peter Bell, when he had been, 355

Death is here and death is there, 558
And that I walk thus proudly crowned withal, Death! where is thy victory, 664
589

Do evil deeds thus quickly come to end, 333
And the green Paradise which western waves, “Do you not hear the Aziola cry, 573

431
And then came one of sweet and earnest looks, Eagle! why soarest thou above that tomb, 634
431

Earth, ocean, air, beloved brotherhood, 81
And what is that most brief and bright delight,
418

Faint with love, the Lady of the South, 588
And where is truth? On tombs? for such to Fairest of the Destinies, 580
thee, 531

False friend, wilt thou smile or weep, 341
And who feels discord now or sorrow, 530

Far, far

away,

O
An old, mad, blind, despised, and dying king, Flourishing vine, whose kindling clusters glow

524
Arethusa arose, 551

Follow to the deep wood's weeds, 530,
Ariel to Miranda. --Take, 596

For

me, my friend, if not that tears did tremble,
Arise, arise, arise, 524

504
Art thou indeed for ever gone, 676

For my dagger is bathed in the blood of the
Art thou pale for weariness, 558

brave, 662
1 Including the first lines of some Lyrics which appear in the longer poems.
S

2 Z

ye, 569

520

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