ALFRED AUSTIN POEMS

1. Aspromonte

2. Victoria

3. The Lark Confined In His Cage

4. The Death Of Huss

5. A Tale Of True Love

6. To Ireland

7. The Dance At Darmstadt

8. Look Up, Desponding Hearts! See, Morning Sallies

9. The Flower, Full Blown, Now Bends The Stalk, Now Breaks

10. A Twilight Song

11. The Smiling Slopes With Olive Groves Bedecked

12. Why Should I, From This Long And Losing Strife

13. The Spring—time, O The Spring Time

14. The Passing Of The Primroses

15. Vis Medicatrix Naturae

16. Three Sonnets Written In Mid Channel

17. A Te Deum

18. My Winter Rose

19. To Arms! (Ii)

20. A Shakespeare Memorial

21. Time’s Defence

22. To Ellen Terry

23. The Passing Of The Century

24. A Wintry Picture

25. A Wintry Picture (Ii)

26. My Soul Is Sunk In All Suffusing Shame

27. Were I A Poet, I Would Dwell

28. Who Would Not Die For England!

29. The Dregs Of Love

30. A Voice From The West

31. The White Pall Of Peace

32. Although No Stupid Scoffer

33. A Spring Carol

34. Love’s Harvest

35. Mafeking

36. Love’s Blindness

37. In The Forum

38. Lady Mabel

39. At The Gate Of The Convent

40. An Autumn Picture

41. When Runnels Began To Leap And Sing

42. Lost

43. In Sutton Woods

44. Chi E?

45. By The Fates

46. A Sleepless Night

47. As Dies The Year

48. Spiritual Love

49. Sweet Love Is Dead

50. When Acorns Fall

51. Inflexible As Fate

52. The Old Land And The Young Land

53. Pax Britannica

54. A Birthday

55. Take Not The Gods To Task, For They Are Wise

56. How Florence Rings Her Bells

57. Know, Nature, Like The Cuckoo, Laughs At Law

58. Henry Bartle Edward Frere

59. An Autumn Homily

60. All Hail To The Czar!

61. Beatrice

62. At San Giovanni Del Lago

63. Shepherd Swains That Feed Your Flocks

64. The Last Redoubt

65. Content Written Off Ithaca

66. To Alfred Tennyson

67. My Northern Blood Exults To Face

68. Let The Weary World Go Round

69. Resignation

70. Since We Must Die

71. The Evening Light

72. Brother Benedict

73. Love’s Fitfulness

74. Time’s Weariness

75. Give Me October’s Meditative Haze

76. The Wind Speaks

77. Through Liberty To Light

78. Father, Farewell! Be Not Distressed

79. Mozart’s Grave

80. Burns’s Statue At Irvine

81. Nocturnal Vigils

82. Covet Who Will The Patronage Of Kings

83. At Delphi

84. The Poet And The Muse

85. Gleaners Of Fame

86. John Everett Millais

87. Sadder Than Lark When Lowering

88. The Passing Of Spring

89. The Mountains

90. Christmas,1870

91. Love’s Wisdom

92. Alea Jacta

93. Could I But Leave Men Wiser By My Song

94. To Robert Louis Stevenson

95. Florence

96. Poet’s Corner

97. Forgiveness

98. Any Poet At Any Time

99. A Rare Guest

100. At Her Grave

101. Dead!

102. Look Seaward, Sentinel!

103. Good Night!

104. The Silent Muse

105. At The Lattice

106. Beyond The Pasture’s Withered Bents

107. A Royal Home Coming

108. Invocation

109. The Owl And The Lark

110. The Golden Year!

111. Stafford Henry Northcote

112. Agatha

113. The Haymakers’ Song

114. Too Late

115. Grata Juventas

116. Let Us Fly!

117. Off Mesolongi

118. An April Love

119. The Aquittal Of Phryne

120. I Chide Not At The Seasons

121. Tis Because, Though In Dusky Bower

122. When In The Long Drawn Avenues Of Thought

123. Before, Behind, And Beyond

124. Love’s Unity

125. Here Have I Learnt The Little That I Know

126. Dedication To The Edition Of 1876 To H.J.A.

127. Messalina

128. Though All The World

129. Free

130. A Tusculan Question

131. If They Dare!

132. If I To You But Sorry Bring

133. Another Spring Carol

134. Blanche

135. Wordsworth At Dove Cottage

136. Alfred’s Song

137. Primroses

138. December Matins

139. Longing

140. An Autumn—blooming Rose

141. Impromptu: To Frances Garnet Wolseley

142. George Eliot

143. Madonna

144. A Wild Rose

145. Winter Violets

146. Spartan Mothers

147. A Souless Singer

148. Shelley’s Death

149. The Fallen Elm

150. Sorrow’s Importunity

151. Two Visions

152. Sacred And Profane Love

153. Wardens Of The Wave

154. An Answer

155. To Beatrice Stuart Wortley ?tat

156. Nughtingale And Cuckoo

157. On Returning To England

158. Song

159. The Lover’s Song

160. A Letter From Italy

161. Awake! Awake!

162. To Arms!

163. A Question Answered

164. Go Away, Death!

165. Songs From “prince Lucifer” Ii Mother Song

166. Dedication To Lady Windsor

167. Outside The Village Church

168. Primacy Of Mind

169. The Challenge Answered

170. An Experiment In Translation

171. Felix Opportunitate Mortis

172. Impromptu

173. A Birthday Present

174. Love Of Life

175. Celestial Heights

176. An April Fool

177. To The Autumn Wind

178. Hymn To Death

179. To England

180. Roses Crimson, Roses White

181. If You Were Mine, If You Were Mine,

182. Farewell

183. Farewell To Spring

184. Fontana Di Trevi

185. A Reply To A Pessimist

186. Give Me Thy Heart

187. Why England Is Conservative

188. In Praise Of England

189. At His Grave

190. A Point Of Honour

191. Ave Maria

192. In The Month When Sings The Cuckoo

193. Love’s Trinity

194. A Farmhouse Dirge

195. At Shelley’s Grave

196. A Woman’s Apology

197. A Christmas Carol

198. A Dream Of England

199. When I Am Gone

200. A Captive Throstle

201. A Border Burn

202. Unseasonable Snows

203. A Poet’s Eightieth Birthday

204. At Vaucluse

205. Farewell To Italy

206. Grandmother’s Teaching

207. A Dialogue At Fiesole

208. A March Minstrel

209. At Shelley’s House At Lerici

210. A Meeting

211. Here, Where The Vine And Fig Bask Hand In Hand

212. A Florilegium

213. A Night In June

214. A Portrait

215. A Question

216. Give Me A Roof Where Wisdom Dwells

217. Is Life Worth Living?

218. Sisyphus

219. A Farewell

220. A Farewell To Youth

221. A Last Request

222. A Snow White Lily

223. A November Note

224. A Defence Of English Spring

225. A Country Nosegay

226. Free Will And Fate

227. A Fragment

228. An Autumn-blooming Rose

229. Grandmothers Teaching

230. Shelleys Death

231. To Beatrice Stuart–Wortley Ætat

232. When The Reaper Lays The Sickle

233. Songs From prince Lucifer – Mother-Song

234. Church door Should Still Stand Open

235. On Visiting The Chateaux On The Loire

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