ROBERT HERRICK POEMS

1. The Pillar of Fame

2. Upon Julia’s Breasts

3. Up Scoble

4. Upon Ben Jonson

5. Upon Shark

6. Upon A Delaying Lady

7. Upon Himself

8. Upon A Painted Gentlewoman

9. Truth And Falsehood

10. To Youth

11. Truth And Error

12. Upon His Sister-In-Law, Mistress Elizabethherrick

13. Upon Her Feet

14. Upon Cupid

15. Ceremonies For Christmas

16. Upon A Child

17. Upon A Maid

18. Upon A Child That Died

19. Upon Her Eyes

20. To Violets

21. Upon Julia’s Recovery

22. Upon Julia’s Ribbon

23. To The Western Wind

24. To The Willow-Tree

25. Upon Julia’s Unlacing Herself

26. An Epitaph Upon A Child

27. To The Water-Nymphs Drinking At Thefountain

28. Nothing Free-Cost

29. To The Handsome Mistress Grace Potter

30. Loss From The Least

31. Matins, Or Morning Prayer

32. Not Every Day Fit For Verse

33. Crutches

34. How His Soul Came Ensnared

35. To Robin Red-Breast

36. The Mad Maid’s Song

37. I Call And I Call

38. On A Perfumed Lady

39. To Carnations: A Song

40. Satisfaction For Sufferings

41. The Voice And Viol

42. An Ode To Master Endymion Porter, Upon His Brother’s Death

43. Anacreontic

44. To Mistress Katharine Bradshaw, The Lovely, That Crowned Him With Laurel

45. Dreams

46. To Sir Clipsby Crew

47. Kissing Usury

48. To Music

49. His Content In The Country

50. His Winding-Sheet

51. The Bellman

52. Pray And Prosper

53. To His Verses

54. An Ode To Sir Clipsby Crew

55. The Plaudite, Or End Of Life

56. On Himself

57. To His Peculiar Friend, Mr John Wicks

58. The Bleeding Hand; Or The Sprig Of Eglantine Given To A Maid

59. The Changes: To Corinna

60. To His Honoured And Most Ingenious Friendmr Charles Cotton

61. Draw-Gloves

62. The Bag Of The Bee

63. Safety On The Shore

64. Man’s Dying-Place Uncertain

65. Upon The Detracter

66. Upon Wrinkles

67. The Parliament Of Roses To Julia

68. To His Muse

69. Upon Tears

70. Upon Parson Beanes

71. The Ceremonies For Candlemas Day

72. To Oenone

73. The Wake

74. His Age:Dedicated To His Peculiar Friend,Mr John Wickes, Under The Name Ofpostumus

75. To Perilla

76. To Bacchus: A Canticle

77. Pardons

78. The Bell-Man

79. Things Mortal Still Mutable

80. To Music: A Song

81. To Laurels

82. The Wassail

83. To Daisies, Not To Shut So Soon

84. The Transfiguration

85. To His Paternal Country

86. Upon Julia’s Hair Filled With Dew

87. Good Precepts, Or Counsel

88. To Silvia

89. The Present; Or, The Bag Of The Bee:

90. To Music, To Becalm His Fever

91. The Bubble: A Song

92. The Shower Of Blossoms

93. To The Genius Of His House

94. To Primroses Filled With Morning Dew

95. To His Sweet Saviour

96. Purposes

97. Ceremony Upon Candlemas Eve

98. The Apron Of Flowers

99. His Wish To God

100. The Parcae; Or, Three Dainty Destinies:The Armilet

101. How Pansies Or Hearts-Ease Came First

102. The Heart

103. To Oenone.

104. To Music, To Becalm A Sweet Sick Youth

105. How Springs Came First

106. The Wounded Heart

107. His Mistress To Him At His Farewell

108. Casualties

109. Another Grace For A Child

110. The Cruel Maid

111. Litany To The Holy Spirit

112. To His Kinswoman, Mistress Susanna Herrick

113. Peace Not Permanent

114. To Be Merry

115. His Prayer For Absolution

116. The Dirge Of Jephthah’s Daughter:Sung By The Virgins

117. His Desire

118. To Perilla

119. Ceremonies For Candlemas Eve

120. The Cheat Of Cupid; Or, The Ungentle Guest

121. To Pansies

122. His Loss

123. The Old Wives’ Prayer

124. Discontents In Devon

125. To Live Freely

126. His Wish To Privacy

127. Upon Time

128. His Grange, Or Private Wealth

129. The Present Time Best Pleaseth

130. Rewards

131. To Perenna

132. Mrs Eliz: Wheeler, Under The Name Of Thelost Shepherdess

133. Money Makes The Mirth

134. His Meditation Upon Death

135. The Rosary

136. To Phillis, To Love And Live With Him

137. Anthea’s Retractation

138. To The Lady Crewe, Upon The Death Of Her Child

139. The Beggar To Mab, The Fairy Queen

140. The Watch

141. To Groves

142. Upon Roses

143. Upon Mrs Eliz. Wheeler, Under The Name Ofamarillis

144. To Enjoy The Time

145. The Rock Of Rubies, And The Quarry Ofpearls

146. To His Girls

147. Felicity Quick Of Flight

148. His Litany, To The Holy Spirit

149. The Hock-Cart, Or Harvest Home:To The Right Honourable Mildmay, Earl Of Westmorland

150. Upon Julia’s Voice

151. His Poetry His Pillar

152. To His Saviour, A Child;A Present, By A Child

153. Soft Music

154. Departure Of The Good Daemon

155. Wlt Punished Prospers Most

156. The Hour-Glass

157. To His Dying Brother, Master William Herrick

158. A Panegyric To Sir Lewis Pemberton

159. Mirth

160. To Sapho

161. The Good-Night Or Blessing

162. An Ode Of The Birth Of Our Saviour

163. Oberon’s Feast

164. On Julia’s Voice

165. Cock-Crow

166. Miseries

167. The Primrose

168. His Covenant Or Protestation To Julia

169. A Paranaeticall, Or Advisive Verseto His Friend, Mr John Wicks

170. Life Is The Body’s Light

171. To Music: A Song

172. Grace For A Child

173. Proof To No Purpose

174. The Fairy Temple; Or, Oberon’s Chapel

175. Upon Love

176. His Sailing From Julia

177. The Coming Of Good Luck

178. Orpheus

179. Want

180. Farewell Frost, Or Welcome Spring

181. To His Conscience

182. Burial

183. The Funeral Rites Of The Rose

184. Impossibilities: To His Friend

185. A Canticle To Apollo

186. Men Mind No State In Sickness

187. The Bracelet To Julia

188. The Widows’ Tears; Or, Dirge Of Dorcas

189. Barley-Break; Or, Last In Hell

190. When He Would Have His Verses Read

191. To A Gentlewoman, Objecting To Him Hisgray Hairs

192. Divination By A Daffodil

193. To Silvia To Wed

194. Tears And Laughter

195. The White Island:Or Place Of The Blest

196. To His Mistress, Objecting To Him Neithertoying Or Talking

197. Love, What It Is

198. The Apparition Of His, Mistress,Calling Him To Elysium

199. Another

200. To His Mistress, Objecting To Him Neither Toying Or Talking

201. To Meadows

202. The Night Piece, To Julia

203. Love Dislikes Nothing

204. The Wounded Cupid

205. A Pastoral Sung To The King

206. No Man Without Money

207. To The Maids, To Walk Abroad

208. Love Lightly Pleased

209. The Vine

210. The Definition Of Beauty

211. To Blossoms

212. To Julia

213. Upon Julia’s Clothes

214. The Lily In A Crystal

215. To His Book

216. The Olive Branch

217. The Country Life:

218. His Return To London

219. To The Rose: Song

220. To Heaven

221. To Electra

222. His Last Request To Julia

223. To Anthea

224. Be My Mistress Short Or Tall

225. Writing

226. To His Honoured And Most Ingenious Friend Mr. Charles Cotton

227. The Fairies

228. An Hymn To The Muses

229. No Pains, No Gains

230. The Succession Of The Four Sweet Months

231. To Death

232. Upon Man

233. The Hag

234. Upon Prew His Maid

235. The Maypole

236. Art Above Nature: To Julia

237. An Ode For Ben Jonson

238. Eternity

239. Lovers How They Come And Part

240. A Request To The Graces

241. What Kind Of Mistress He Would Have

242. A Bucolic Betwixt Two;Lacon And Thyrsis

243. Comfort To A Youth That Had Lost His Love

244. To Live Merrily, And To Trust To Good Verses

245. The Bad Season Makes The Poet Sad

246. Cherry Ripe

247. Upon The Loss Of His Mistresses

248. The Hock-Cart, Or Harvest Home

249. Corinna’s Going A-Maying

250. The Bracelet: To Julia

251. His Request To Julia

252. To His Lovely Mistresses

253. On Love

254. A Conjuration To Electra

255. Cherry- Ripe

256. His Prayer To Ben Jonson

257. Why Flowers Change Colour

258. Of Love: A Sonnet

259. Upon Love:By Way Of Question And Answer

260. A Mean In Our Means

261. A Hymn To Bacchus

262. Poverty And Riches

263. A Hymn To The Graces

264. Sweet Disorder

265. Four Things Make Us Happy Here

266. A Conjuration: To Electra

267. The Argument Of His Book

268. All Things Decay And Die

269. An Epitaph Upon A Virgin

270. Ambition

271. A New Year’s Gift,Sent To Sir Simeon Steward

272. A Thanksgiving To God, For His House

273. Her Bed

274. The Bride-Cake

275. A Lyric To Mirth

276. A Ring Presented To Julia

277. To Anthea, Who May Command Him Any Thing

278. The Kiss: A Dialogue

279. A Meditation For His Mistress

280. A Christmas Carol, Sung To The King In The Presence At White-Hall

281. A Dialogue Betwixt Himself And Mistress Elizawheeler, Under The Name Of Amarillis

282. A Hymn To Venus And Cupid

283. No Fault In Women

284. A Vow To Venus

285. A Child’s Grace

286. A Hymn To Love

287. Delight In Disorder

288. To Daffodils

289. To The Virgins, Make Much Of Time

290. Upon The Nipples Of Julia’s Breast

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