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HOOD’S POETICAL WORKS.1
THE DEPARTURE OF SUMMER.1
THE SEA OF DEATH.3
TO AN ABSENTEE.4
LYCUS THE CENTAUR.4
THE TWO PEACOCKS OF BEDFONT.12
I.12
II.12
III.12
IV.12
V.13
VI.13
VII.13
VIII.13
IX.13
X.13
XI.14
XII.14
XIII.14
XIV.14
XV.14
XVI.14
XVII.14
XVIII.15
XIX.15
XX.15
XXI.15
XXII.15
XXIII.15
XXIV.15
XXV.16
XXVI.16
HYMN TO THE SUN.16
TO A SLEEPING CHILD.16
I.16
TO A SLEEPING CHILD.17
II.17
TO FANCY.17
FAIR INES.17
TO A FALSE FRIEND.18
ODE.18
SONNET.19
SONNET.19
SONNET.19
TO A COLD BEAUTY.20
SONNET.20
SERENADE.20
VERSES IN AN ALBUM.21
THE FORSAKEN.21
SONG.21
SONG.21
BIRTHDAY VERSES.21
I LOVE THEE.22
LINES.22
FALSE POETS AND TRUE.22
THE TWO SWANS.22
I.22
II.23
III.23
IV.23
V.23
VI.23
VII.24
VIII.24
IX.24
X.24
XI.24
XII.24
XIII.25
XIV.25
XV.25
XVI.25
XVII.25
XVIII.25
XIX.26
XX.26
XXI.26
XXII.26
XXIII.26
XXIV.26
XXV.27
XXVI.27
XXVII.27
XXVIII.27
XXIX.27
XXX.27
XXXI.28
I.28
II.28
III.28
IV.28
V.28
VI.28
VII.28
VIII.28
IX.29
X.29
XI.29
XII.29
XIII.29
XIV.29
XV.29
XVI.29
XVII.29
XVIII.29
XIX.30
XX.30
SONG.30
THE WATER LADY.[7]30
AUTUMN.30
I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER.31
THE POET’S PORTION.31
ODE TO THE MOON.31
I.31
II.32
III.32
IV.32
V.32
VI.33
VII.33
SONNET.33
A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW.33
I.33
II.33
III.33
IV.33
V.34
VI.34
VII.34
VIII.34
IX.34
X.34
XI.34
XII.34
XIII.34
XIV.34
XV.34
XVI.35
XVII.35
BALLAD.35
TIME, HOPE, AND MEMORY.35
FLOWERS.35
BALLAD.36
RUTH.36
THE PLEA OF THE MIDSUMMER FAIRIES.[8]36
I.37
II.37
III.37
IV.38
V.38
VI.38
VII.38
VIII.38
IX.38
X.39
XI.39
XII.39
XIII.39
XIV.39
XV.39
XVI.40
XVII.40
XVIII.40
XIX.40
XX.40
XXI.40
XXII.40
XXIII.41
XXIV.41
XXV.41
XXVI.41
XXVII.41
XXVIII.41
XXIX.42
XXX.42
XXXI.42
XXXII.42
XXXIII.42
XXXIV.42
XXXV.43
XXXVI.43
XXXVII.43
XXXVIII.43
XXXIX.43
XL.43
XLI.44
XLII.44
XLIII.44
XLIV.44
XLV.44
XLVI.44
XLVII.45
XLVIII.45
XLIX.45
L.45
LI.45
LII.45
LIII.46
LIV.46
LV.46
LVI.46
LVII.46
LVIII.46
LIX.47
LX.47
LXI.47
LXII.47
LXIII.47
LXIV.47
LXV.48
LXVI.48
LXVII.48
LXVIII.48
LXIX.48
LXX.48
LXXI.49
LXXII.49
LXXIII.49
LXXIV.49
LXXV.49
LXXVI.49
LXXVII.50
LXXVIII.50
LXXIX.50
LXXX.50
LXXXI.50
LXXXII.50
LXXXIII.51
LXXXIV.51
LXXXV.51
LXXXVI.51
LXXXVII.51
LXXXVIII.51
LXXXIX.52
XC.52
XCI.52
XCII.52
XCIII.52
XCIV.52
XCV.52
XCVI.53
XCVII.53
XCVIII.53
XCIX.53
C.53
CI.53
CII.54
CIII.54
CIV.54
CV.54
CVI.54
CVII.54
CVIII.55
CIX.55
CX.55
CXI.55
CXII.55
CXIII.56
CXIV.56
CXV.56
CXVI.56
CXVII.56
CXVIII.56
CXIX.57
CXX.57
CXXI.57
CXXII.57
CXXIII.57
CXXIV.57
CXXV.58
CXXVI.58
HERO AND LEANDER.58
I.58
II.58
III.58
IV.58
V.59
VI.59
VII.59
VIII.59
IX.59
X.59
XI.59
XII.59
XIII.59
XIV.60
XV.60
XVI.60
XVII.60
XVIII.60
XIX.60
XX.60
XXI.60
XXII.60
XXIII.61
XXIV.61
XXV.61
XXVI.61
XXVII.61
XXVIII.61
XXXI.61
XXX.61
XXXI.61
XXXII.62
XXXIII.62
XXXIV.62
XXXV.62
XXXVI.62
XXXVII.62
XXXVIII.62
XXXIX.62
XL.62
XLI.63
XLII.63
XLIII.63
XLIV.63
XLV.63
XLVI.63
XLVII.63
XLVIII.63
XLIX.63
L.64
LI.64
LII.64
LIII.64
LIV.64
LV.64
LVI.64
LVII.64
LVIII.64
LIX.65
LX.65
LXI.65
LXII.65
LXIII.65
LXIV.65
LXV.65
LXVI.65
LXVII.65
LXVIII.66
LXIX.66
LXX.66
LXXI.66
LXXII.66
LXXIII.66
LXXIV.66
LXXV.66
LXXVI.67
LXXVII.67
LXXVIII.67
LXXIX.67
LXXX.67
LXXXI.67
LXXXII.67
LXXXIII.67
LXXXIV.67
LXXXV.68
LXXXVI.68
LXXXVII.68
LXXXVIII.68
LXXXIX.68
XC.68
XCI.68
XCII.68
XCIII.68
XCIV.69
XCV.69
XCVI.69
XCVII.69
XCVIII.69
XCIX.69
C.69
CI.69
CII.70
CIII.70
CIV.70
CV.70
CVI.70
CVII.70
CVIII.70
CIX.70
CX.70
CXI.71
CXII.71
CXIII.71
CXIV.71
CXV.71
CXVI.71
CXVII.71
CXVIII.71
CXIX.71
CXX.72
CXXI.72
CXXII.72
CXXIII.72
CXXIV.72
CXXV.72
CXXVI.72
CXXVII.72
CXXVIII.72
CXXIX.73
CXXX.73
BALLAD.73
BALLAD.73
THE EXILE.74
TO ——­74
ODE TO MELANCHOLY.75
SONNET.76
SONNET.76
SONNET.77
SONNET.77
THE DREAM OF EUGENE ARAM.[9]77
I.78
II.78
III.79
IV.79
V.79
VI.79
VII.79
VIII.79
IX.79
X.79
XI.79
XII.79
XIII.79
XIV.80
XV.80
XVI.80
XVII.80
XVIII.80
XIX.80
XX.80
XXI.80
XXII.80
XXIII.80
XXIV.80
XXV.81
XXVI.81
XXVII.81
XXVIII.81
XXIX.81
XXX.81
XXXI.81
XXXII.81
XXXIII.81
XXXIV.81
XXXV.81
XXXVI.82
SONNET.82
THE DEATH-BED.[10]82
ANTICIPATION.[11]82
TO A CHILD EMBRACING HIS MOTHER.83
STANZAS[12]83
(FROM TYLNEY HALL.)84
SONNET TO OCEAN.[13]84
TO ——­84
I.84
II.84
III.84
IV.84
V.85
VI.85
VII.85
LINES85
STANZAS.[15]85
ODE TO RAE WILSON, ESQ.85
TO MY DAUGHTER[16]94
MISS KILMANSEGG AND HER PRECIOUS LEG.[17]94
A GOLDEN LEGEND.94
I.94
II.94
III.94
IV.94
V.95
VI.95
VII.95
VIII.95
IX.95
X.95
XI.95
XII.95
XIII.95
XIV.96
XV.96
XVI.96
XVII.96
XVIII.96
XIX.96
XX.96
XXI.96
XXII.96
XXIII.97
XXIV.97
XXV.97
XXVI.97
XXVII.97
XXVIII.97
XXIX.97
XXX.97
XXXI.98
XXXII.98
XXXIII.98
XXXIV.98
XXXV.98
XXXVI.98
HER CHRISTENING.98
XXXVII.98
XXXVIII.98
XXXIX.98
XL.99
XLI.99
XLII.99
XLIII.99
XLIV.99
XLV.99
XLVI.99
XLVII.99
XLVIII.100
XLIX.100
L.100
LI.100
LII.100
LIII.100
LIV.100
LV.100
LVI.100
LVII.101
HER CHILDHOOD.101
LVIII.101
LIX.101
LX.101
LXI.101
LXII.101
LXIII.101
LXIV.101
LXV.102
LXVI.102
HER EDUCATION.102
LXVII.102
LXVIII.102
LXIX.102
LXX.102
LXXI.102
LXXII.102
LXXIII.102
LXXIV.103
LXXV.103
LXXVI.103
LXXVII.103
LXXVIII.103
LXXIX.103
LXXX.103
LXXXI.104
LXXXII.104
LXXXIII.104
HER ACCIDENT.104
LXXXIV.104
LXXXV.104
LXXXVI.104
LXXXVII.104
LXXXVIII.104
LXXXIX.105
XC.105
XCI.105
XCII.105
XCIII.105
XCIV.105
XCV.105
XCVI.105
XCVII.106
XCVIII.106
XCIX.106
C.106
CI.106
CII.106
CIII.106
CIV.106
CV.107
CVI.107
CVII.107
CVIII.107
CIX.107
CX.107
CXI.107
CXII.107
CXIII.107
CXIV.108
CXV.108
CXVI.108
CXVII.108
CXVIII.108
HER FAME.108
CXIX.108
CXX.108
CXXI.109
CXXII.109
CXXIII.109
CXXIV.109
CXXV.109
CXXVI.109
CXXVII.109
CXXVIII.109
CXXIX.110
HER FIRST STEP.110
CXXX.110
CXXXI.110
CXXXII.110
CXXXIII.110
CXXXIV.110
CXXXV.110
HER FANCY BALL.110
CXXXVI.110
CXXXVII.111
CXXXVII.111
CXXXIX.111
CXL.111
CXLI.111
CXLII.111
CXLIII.111
CXLIV.111
CXLV.111
CXLVI.112
CXLVII.112
CXLVIII.112
CXLIX.112
CL.112
CLI.112
CLII.112
CLIII.112
CLIV.113
CLV.113
CLVI.113
CLVII.113
CLVIII.113
CLIX.113
CLX.113
CLXI.113
CLXII.113
CLXIII.114
CLXIV.114
CLXV.114
CLXVI.114
CLXVII.114
CLXVIII.114
CLXIX.114
CLXX.114
CLXXI.114
CLXXII.115
CLXXIII.115
CLXXIV.115
CLXXV.115
CLXXVI.115
CLXXVII.115
CLXXVIII.115
CLXXIX.116
CLXXX.116
CLXXXI.116
CLXXXII.116
CLXXXIII.116
CLXXXIV.116
CLXXXV.116
CLXXXVI.116
CLXXXVII.116
CLXXXVIII.117
CLXXXIX.117
CXC.117
CXCI.117
CXCII.117
CXCIII.117
CXCIV.117
CXCV.117
CXCVI.117
CXCVII.118
CXCVIII.118
CXCIX.118
HER COURTSHIP.118
CC.118
CCI.118
CCII.118
CCIII.118
CCIV.119
CCV.119
CCVI.119
CCVII.119
CCVIII.119
CCIX.119
CCX.119
CCXI.119
CCXII.120
CCXIII.120
CCXIV.120
CCXV.120
CCXVI.120
CCXVII.120
CCXVIII.120
HER MARRIAGE.120
CCXIX.120
CCXX.121
CCXXI.121
CCXXII.121
CCXXIII.121
CCXXIV.121
CCXXV.121
CCXXVI.121
CCXXVII.121
CCXXVIII.121
CCXXIX.122
CCXXX.122
CCXXXI.122
CCXXXII.122
CCXXXIII.122
CCXXXIV.122
CCXXXV.122
CCXXXVI.123
CCXXXVII.123
CCCXXXVIII.123
CCXXXIX.123
CCXL.123
CCXLI.123
CCXLII.123
CCXLIII.123
CCXLIV.124
CCXLV.124
CCXLVI.124
CCXLVII.124
CCXLVIII.124
CCXLIX.124
CCL.124
CCLI.124
CCLII.124
CCLIII.125
CCLIV.125
HER HONEYMOON.125
CCLV.125
CCLVI.125
CCLVII.125
CCLVIII.125
CCLIX.125
CCLX.125
CCLXI.126
CCLXII.126
CCLXIII.126
CCLXIV.126
CCLXV.126
CCLXVI.126
CCLXVII.126
CCLXVIII.126
CCLXIX.126
CCLXX.127
CCLXXI.127
CCLXXII.127
CCLXXIII.127
CCLXXIV.127
CCLXXV.127
CCLXXVI.127
CCLXXVII.128
CCLXXVIII.128
CCLXXIX.128
CCLXXX.128
CCLXXXI.128
CCLXXXII.128
CCLXXXIII.128
CCLXXXIV.128
CCLXXXV.129
CCLXXXVI.129
CCLXXXVII.129
HER MISERY.129
CCLXXXVIII.129
CCLXXXIX.129
CCXC.129
CCXCI.129
CCXCII.129
CCXCIII.130
CCXCIV.130
CCXCV.130
CCXCVI.130
CCXCVII.130
CCXCVIII.130
CCXCIX.130
CCC.130
CCCI.130
CCCII.131
CCCIII.131
CCCIV.131
CCCV.131
CCCVI.131
CCCVII.131
HER LAST WILL.131
CCCVIII.132
CCCIX.132
CCCX.132
CCCXI.132
CCCXII.132
CCCXIII.132
CCCXIV.132
CCCXV.132
HER DEATH.133
CCCXVI.133
CCCXVII.133
CCCXVIII.133
CCCXIX.133
CCCXX.133
CCCXXI.133
CCCXXII.133
CCCXXIII.133
CCCXXIV.133
CCCXXV.134
CCCXXVI.134
CCCXXVII.134
CCCXXVIII.134
CCCXXIX.134
CCCXXX.134
CCCXXXI.134
CCCXXXII.135
HER MORAL.135
THE LEE SHORE.135
SONNET.135
THE ELM TREE.135
PART II.137
PART III.139
LEAR.141
SONNET.141
THE SONG OF THE SHIRT.142
THE PAUPER’S CHRISTMAS CAROL.143
THE HAUNTED HOUSE[18]143
PART I.143
PART II.145
PART III.147
THE MARY.149
THE LADY’S DREAM.150
THE KEY.151
THE WORKHOUSE CLOCK.153
THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS.154
THE LAY OF THE LABORER.155
STANZAS.[19]157
ODE TO MR. GRAHAM,[20]157
I.157
II.157
III.157
IV.157
V.157
VI.157
VII.158
VIII.158
IX.158
X.158
XI.158
XII.158
XIII.158
XIV.158
XV.158
XVI.158
XVII.159
XVIII.159
XIX.159
XX.159
XXI.159
XXII.159
XXIII.159
XXIV.159
XXV.159
XXVI.159
XXVII.159
XXVIII.160
XXIX.160
XXX.160
XXXI.160
XXXII.160
XXXIII.160
XXXIV.160
XXXV.160
XXXVI.160
XXXVII.160
A FRIENDLY ADDRESS TO MRS. FRY IN NEWGATE.[21]161
I.161
II.161
III.161
IV.161
V.161
VI.161
VII.162
VIII.162
IX.162
X.162
XI.162
XII.162
XIII.163
XIV.163
XV.163
XVI.163
XVII.163
XVIII.163
XIX.163
ODE TO RICHARD MARTIN, ESQ.,[22]164
I.164
II.164
III.164
IV.164
V.165
VI.165
I.165
II.166
III.166
IV.166
V.166
VI.167
VII.167
VIII.167
IX.167
X.168
XI.168
XII.168
XIII.168
XIV.169
XV.169
XVI.169
XVII.169
I.170
II.170
III.170
IV.170
V.170
VI.170
VII.170
VIII.170
IX.170
X.170
XI.171
XII.171
XIII.171
XIV.171
XV.171
XVI.171
XVII.171
XVIII.171
XIX.171
XX.171
AN ADDRESS TO THE STEAM WASHING COMPANY.172
LETTER OF REMONSTRANCE173
ODE TO CAPTAIN PAERY[24]176
I.176
II.176
III.176
IV.176
V.176
VI.176
VII.177
VIII.177
IX.177
X.177
XI.177
XII.177
XIII.177
XIV.177
XV.177
XVI.177
XVII.178
XVIII.178
XIX.178
XX.178
XXI.178
XXII.178
XXIII.178
XXIV.178
XXV.178
XXVI.178
XXVII.179
XXVIII.179
XXIX.179
XXX.179
XXXI.179
XXXII.179
ODE TO W. KITCHENER, M.D.[25]179
II.180
III.180
IV.180
V.181
VI.181
VII.182
VIII.182
IX.182
THE LAST MAN.183
I.183
II.183
III.183
IV.183
V.183
VI.183
VII.183
VIII.183
IX.183
X183
XI.184
XII.184
XIII.184
XIV.184
XV.184
XVI.184
XVII.184
XVIII.184
XIX.184
XX.185
XXI.185
XXII.185
XXIII.185
XXIV.185
XXV.185
XXVI.185
XXVII.185
XXVIII.185
XXIX.185
XXX.186
XXXI.186
XXXII.186
XXXIII.186
XXXIV.186
XXXV.186
XXXVI.186
XXXVII.186
FAITHLESS SALLY BROWN.[26]186
AN OLD BALLAD.187
THE STAG-EYED LADY.188
I.188
II.188
III.189
IV.189
V.189
VI.189
VII.189
VIII.189
IX.189
X.190
XI.190
XII.190
XIII.190
XIV.190
XV.190
XVI.190
XVII.191
THE WATER PERI’S SONG.191
THE IRISH SCHOOLMASTER.191
I.191
II.191
III.191
IV.191
V.192
VI.192
VII.192
VIII.192
IX.192
X.192
XI.193
XII.193
XIII.193
XIV.193
XV.193
XVI.194
XVII.194
XVIII.194
XIX.194
XX.194
XXI.194
XXII.195
XXIII.195
XXIV.195
XXV.195
XXVI.195
XXVII.195
XXVIII.196
XXIX.196
BIANCA’S DREAM.197
I.197
II.197
III.197
IV.197
V.197
VI.197
VII.198
VIII.198
IX.198
X.198
XI.198
XII.198
XIII.199
XIV.199
XV.199
XVI.199
XVII.199
XVIII.199
XIX.199
XX.200
XXI.200
XXII.200
XXIII.200
XXIV.200
XXV.200
XXVI.200
XXVII.201
XXVIII.201
XXIX.201
XXX.201
XXXI.201
XXXII.201
XXXIII.201
XXXIV.202
THE DEMON-SHIP.202
TIM TURPIN.203
DEATH’S RAMBLE.[27]204
A SAILOR’S APOLOGY FOR BOW-LEGS.205
THE VOLUNTEER.207
I.207
II.207
III.207
IV.207
V.207
VI.207
VII.207
VIII.207
IX.207
X.207
XI.208
XII.208
XIII.208
XIV.208
XV.208
XVI.208
XVII.208
THE EPPING HUNT.[28]208
ADVERTISEMENT.208
MORAL.215
THE DROWNING DUCKS.215
A STORM AT HASTINGS,216
LINES TO A LADY.[29]220
THE ANGLER’S FAREWELL.220
ODE221
A REPORT FROM BELOW!223
THE SUPPER SUPERSTITION.225
I.225
II.225
III.225
IV.225
V.225
VI.225
VII.225
VIII.226
IX.226
X.226
XI.226
XII.226
XIII.226
XIV.226
XV.226
XVI.226
XVII.226
THE DUEL.226
A SINGULAR EXHIBITION AT SOMERSET HOUSE.227
LINES TO MARY.229
THE COMPASS, WITH VARIATIONS.[31]230
I.230
II.230
III.230
IV.230
V.230
VI.230
VII.230
VIII.230
IX.231
X.231
XI.231
XII.231
XIII.231
XIV.231
XV.231
XVI.231
XVII.231
XVIII.231
XIX.232
XX.232
XXI.232
XXII.232
XXIII.232
XXIV.232
XXV.232
XXVI.232
XXVII.232
XXVIII.232
XXIX.233
XXX.233
XXXI.233
XXXII.233
THE GHOST.233
THE FALL.234
OUR VILLAGE.234
A PUBLIC DINNER.236
SALLY SIMPKIN’S LAMENT;238
ODE TO SIR ANDREW AGNEW, BART.[33]239
THE LOST HEIR.240
THE FOX AND THE HEN.243
MORAL.244
THE POACHER.244
A WATERLOO BALLAD.245
A LAY OF REAL LIFE246
THE SWEEPS COMPLAINT.247
THE DESERT-BORN[34]249
AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS.254
HODGE.254
DICKON.254
GILES.254
HOB.254
SIMON.255
COLIN.256
HODGE, DICKON, GILES, HOB, AND SIMON.256
DOMESTIC POEMS.256
II.257
III.  A PARENTAL ODE TO MY SON, AGED THREE YEARS AND FIVE MONTHS.257
IV.  A SERENADE.258
HIT OR MISS.262
THE FORLORN SHEPHERD’S COMPLAINT.[35]266
LIEUTENANT LUFF.267
MORNING MEDITATIONS.268
A PLAIN DIRECTION.268
THE ASSISTANT DRAPERS’ PETITION.[36]270
THE BACHELOR’S DREAM.271
RURAL FELICITY.272
A FLYING VISIT.275
I.275
II.275
III.275
IV.275
V.275
VI.275
VII.275
VIII.276
IX.276
X.276
XI.276
XII.276
XIII.276
XIV.276
XV.276
XVI.276
XVII.276
XVIII.277
XIX.277
XX.277
XXI.277
XXII.277
XXIII.277
XXIV.277
XXV.277
XXVI.277
XXVII.277
XXVIII.278
XXIX.278
XXX.278
XXXI.278
XXXII.278
XXXIII.278
XXXIV.278
XXXV.278
XXXVI.278
XXXVII.278
XXXVIII.279
XXXIX.279
XL.279
XLI.279
XLII.279
XLIII.279
XLIV.279
TO HENRIETTA,[37]280
A PARTHIAN GLANCE.281
A TRUE STORY.282
THE MERMAID OF MARGATE.[38]285
A FAIRY TALE.287
CRANIOLOGY.289
THE WEE MAN.290
THE PROGRESS OF ART.291
THOSE EVENING BELLS.292
THE CARELESSE NURSE MAYD.293
DOMESTIC ASIDES; OR, TRUTH IN PARENTHESES.293
SHOOTING PAINS.293
JOHN DAY.294
HUGGINS AND DUGGINS.295
HUGGINS.295
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.296
HUGGINS.296
DUGGINS.297
THE CHINA-MENDER.297
DOMESTIC DIDACTICS.298
I.298
II.298
III.299
IV.299
LAMENT FOR THE DECLINE OF CHIVALRY.[41]300
PLAYING AT SOLDIERS.301
MARY’S GHOST.302
THE WIDOW.303
AN OPEN QUESTION.305
A BLACK JOB.307
ETCHING MORALISED.311
A TALE OF A TRUMPET.315
MORAL.327
THE FORGE.[44]327
PART I327
PART II.330
THE UNIVERSITY FEUD.[45]334
THE END.336
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