The Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley — Volume 2 eBook

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EARLY POEMS [1814, 1815]: 1
FEELINGS OF A REPUBLICAN ON THE FALL OF BONAPARTE1
EARLY POEMS [1814, 1815].5
STANZA, WRITTEN AT BRACKNELL.5
STANZAS.—­APRIL, 1814.6
TO HARRIET.6
TO MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT GODWIN.7
MUTABILITY.8
ON DEATH.8
A SUMMER EVENING CHURCHYARD.9
TO —.9
TO WORDSWORTH.10
FEELINGS OF A REPUBLICAN ON THE FALL OF BONAPARTE.10
LINES.11
NOTE ON THE EARLY POEMS, BY MRS. SHELLEY.11
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1816.12
HYMN TO INTELLECTUAL BEAUTY.13
MONT BLANC.15
CANCELLED PASSAGE OF MONT BLANC.18
FRAGMENT:  HOME.18
FRAGMENT OF A GHOST STORY.18
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1816, BY MRS. SHELLEY.18
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1817.19
TO CONSTANTIA, SINGING.22
STANZAS 1 AND 2.23
FRAGMENT:  TO ONE SINGING.24
A FRAGMENT:  TO MUSIC.24
ANOTHER FRAGMENT:  TO MUSIC.24
TO THE LORD CHANCELLOR.24
TO WILLIAM SHELLEY.26
FROM THE ORIGINAL DRAFT OF THE POEM TO WILLIAM SHELLEY.27
ON FANNY GODWIN.27
LINES.28
DEATH.28
OTHO.28
FRAGMENTS SUPPOSED TO BE PARTS OF OTHO.29
FRAGMENT:  TO A FRIEND RELEASED FROM PRISON.29
FRAGMENT:  SATAN BROKEN LOOSE.29
FRAGMENT:  “IGNICULUS DESIDERII”.30
FRAGMENT:  “AMOR AETERNUS”.30
FRAGMENT:  THOUGHTS COME AND GO IN SOLITUDE.30
A HATE-SONG.30
LINES TO A CRITIC.30
OZYMANDIAS.31
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1817, BY MRS. SHELLEY.31
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1818.33
PASSAGE OF THE APENNINES.33
THE PAST.34
TO MARY —.34
ON A FADED VIOLET.34
LINES WRITTEN AMONG THE EUGANEAN HILLS.34
SCENE FROM ‘TASSO’.40
SONG FOR ‘TASSO’.41
INVOCATION TO MISERY.41
STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION, NEAR NAPLES.43
THE WOODMAN AND THE NIGHTINGALE.44
SONNET.49
FRAGMENT:  TO BYRON.49
FRAGMENT:  APOSTROPHE TO SILENCE.49
FRAGMENT:  THE LAKE’S MARGIN.50
FRAGMENT:  ‘MY HEAD IS WILD WITH WEEPING’.50
FRAGMENT:  THE VINE-SHROUD.50
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1818, BY MRS. SHELLEY.50
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1819.51
SONG TO THE MEN OF ENGLAND.52
SIMILES FOR TWO POLITICAL CHARACTERS OF 1819.53
FRAGMENT:  TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.53
53
A NEW NATIONAL ANTHEM.54
SONNET:  ENGLAND IN 1819.54
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CANCELLED STANZA.55
ODE TO HEAVEN.55
CANCELLED FRAGMENTS OF THE ODE TO HEAVEN.56
ODE TO THE WEST WIND.56
AN EXHORTATION.58
THE INDIAN SERENADE.58
CANCELLED PASSAGE.59
TO SOPHIA [MISS STACEY].59
TO WILLIAM SHELLEY.60
TO WILLIAM SHELLEY.60
TO MARY SHELLEY.60
TO MARY SHELLEY.60
ON THE MEDUSA OF LEONARDO DA VINCI IN THE FLORENTINE GALLERY.61
LOVE’S PHILOSOPHY.61
FRAGMENT:  ‘FOLLOW TO THE DEEP WOOD’S WEEDS’.62
THE BIRTH OF PLEASURE.62
FRAGMENT:  LOVE THE UNIVERSE TO-DAY.62
FRAGMENT:  ‘A GENTLE STORY OF TWO LOVERS YOUNG’.62
FRAGMENT:  LOVE’S TENDER ATMOSPHERE.63
FRAGMENT:  WEDDED SOULS.63
FRAGMENT:  ‘IS IT THAT IN SOME BRIGHTER SPHERE’.63
FRAGMENT:  SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY.63
FRAGMENT:  ‘YE GENTLE VISITATIONS OF CALM THOUGHT’.63
FRAGMENT:  MUSIC AND SWEET POETRY.64
FRAGMENT:  THE SEPULCHRE OF MEMORY.64
FRAGMENT:  ‘WHEN A LOVER CLASPS HIS FAIREST’.64
FRAGMENT:  ‘WAKE THE SERPENT NOT’.64
FRAGMENT:  RAIN.64
FRAGMENT:  A TALE UNTOLD.64
FRAGMENT:  TO ITALY.64
FRAGMENT:  WINE OF THE FAIRIES.65
FRAGMENT:  A ROMAN’S CHAMBER.65
FRAGMENT:  ROME AND NATURE.65
VARIATION OF THE SONG OF THE MOON.65
CANCELLED STANZA OF THE MASK OF ANARCHY.65
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1819, BY MRS. SHELLEY.65
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1820.66
PART 1.66
PART 2.68
PART 3.69
CANCELLED PASSAGE.72
A VISION OF THE SEA.72
THE CLOUD.76
TO A SKYLARK.77
ODE TO LIBERTY.79
CANCELLED PASSAGE OF THE ODE TO LIBERTY.84
TO —.84
ARETHUSA.84
SONG OF PROSERPINE WHILE GATHERING FLOWERS ON THE PLAIN OF ENNA.86
HYMN OF APOLLO.86
HYMN OF PAN.87
THE QUESTION.87
THE TWO SPIRITS:  AN ALLEGORY.88
ODE TO NAPLES.89
AUTUMN:  A DIRGE.93
THE WANING MOON.93
TO THE MOON.93
DEATH.93
LIBERTY.94
SUMMER AND WINTER.94
THE TOWER OF FAMINE.94
AN ALLEGORY.95
THE WORLD’S WANDERERS.95
SONNET.96
LINES TO A REVIEWER.96
FRAGMENT OF A SATIRE ON SATIRE.96
GOOD-NIGHT.97
BUONA NOTTE.98
ORPHEUS.98
FIORDISPINA.100
TIME LONG PAST.102
FRAGMENT:  THE DESERTS OF DIM SLEEP.102
FRAGMENT:  ‘THE VIEWLESS AND INVISIBLE CONSEQUENCE’.102
FRAGMENT:  A SERPENT-FACE.103
FRAGMENT:  DEATH IN LIFE.103
FRAGMENT:  ‘SUCH HOPE, AS IS THE SICK DESPAIR OF GOOD’.103
FRAGMENT:  ‘ALAS!  THIS IS NOT WHAT I THOUGHT LIFE WAS’.103
FRAGMENT:  MILTON’S SPIRIT.103
FRAGMENT:  ‘UNRISEN SPLENDOUR OF THE BRIGHTEST SUN’.103
FRAGMENT:  PATER OMNIPOTENS.104
FRAGMENT:  TO THE MIND OF MAN.104
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1820, BY MRS. SHELLEY.104
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1821.106
TO NIGHT.106
TIME.107
LINES.107
FROM THE ARABIC:  AN IMITATION.107
TO EMILIA VIVIANI.107
THE FUGITIVES.108
TO —.109
SONG.109
MUTABILITY.110
LINES WRITTEN ON HEARING THE NEWS OF THE DEATH OF NAPOLEON.110
SONNET:  POLITICAL GREATNESS.111
THE AZIOLA.111
A LAMENT.111
REMEMBRANCE.112
TO EDWARD WILLIAMS.112
TO —.113
TO —.114
A BRIDAL SONG.114
EPITHALAMIUM.114
ANOTHER VERSION OF THE SAME.115
LOVE, HOPE, DESIRE, AND FEAR.115
FRAGMENTS WRITTEN FOR HELLAS.116
FRAGMENT:  ‘I WOULD NOT BE A KING’.117
GINEVRA.117
EVENING:  PONTE AL MARE, PISA121
THE BOAT ON THE SERCHIO.122
MUSIC.124
SONNET TO BYRON.125
FRAGMENT:  ‘METHOUGHT I WAS A BILLOW IN THE CROWD’.125
TO-MORROW.125
STANZA.126
FRAGMENT:  A WANDERER.126
FRAGMENT:  LIFE ROUNDED WITH SLEEP.126
FRAGMENT:  ‘I FAINT, I PERISH WITH MY LOVE!’.126
FRAGMENT:  THE LADY OF THE SOUTH.126
FRAGMENT:  ZEPHYRUS THE AWAKENER.126
FRAGMENT:  RAIN.126
FRAGMENT:  ‘WHEN SOFT WINDS AND SUNNY SKIES’.126
FRAGMENT:  ‘AND THAT I WALK THUS PROUDLY CROWNED’.127
FRAGMENT:  ‘THE RUDE WIND IS SINGING’.127
FRAGMENT:  ‘GREAT SPIRIT’.127
FRAGMENT:  ‘O THOU IMMORTAL DEITY’.127
FRAGMENT:  THE FALSE LAUREL AND THE TRUE.127
FRAGMENT:  MAY THE LIMNER.127
FRAGMENT:  BEAUTY’S HALO.128
FRAGMENT:  ‘THE DEATH KNELL IS RINGING’.128
FRAGMENT:  ‘I STOOD UPON A HEAVEN-CLEAVING TURRET’.128
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1821, BY MRS. SHELLEY.128
POEMS WRITTEN IN 1822.131
THE MAGNETIC LADY TO HER PATIENT.132
LINES:  ‘WHEN THE LAMP IS SHATTERED’.133
TO JANE:  THE INVITATION.134
TO JANE:  THE RECOLLECTION.135
THE PINE FOREST OF THE CASCINE NEAR PISA.136
WITH A GUITAR, TO JANE.138
TO JANE:  ‘THE KEEN STARS WERE TWINKLING’.140
A DIRGE.141
LINES WRITTEN IN THE BAY OF LERICI.141
LINES:  ‘WE MEET NOT AS WE PARTED’.142
THE ISLE.142
FRAGMENT:  TO THE MOON.142
EPITAPH.142
NOTE ON POEMS OF 1822, BY MRS. SHELLEY.142
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