William Wordsworth

May silent thanks at least to God be given with a full heart; "our thoughts are 'heard' in heaven." -William Wordsworth, By the Seaside

A Character
A Complaint
A Fact, And An Imagination, Or, Canute And Alfred, On The Seashore
A Farewell
A Flower Garden - At Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire
A Gravestone Upon The Floor In The Cloisters Of Worcester Cathedral
A Jewish Family - In A Small Valley Opposite St. Goar, Upon The Rhine
A Morning Exercise
A Narrow Girdle Of Rough Stones And Crags
A Night Piece
A Night Thought
A Parsonage In Oxfordshire
A Place Of Burial In The South Of Scotland
A Plea For Authors, May 1838
A Poet! He Hath Put His Heart To School
A Poet To His Grandchild - Sequel To The Foregoing
A Poet's Epitaph
A Prophecy - February 1807
A Sequel to the Foregoing
A Sketch
A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
A Tradition Of Oker Hill In Darley Dale, Derbyshire
A Volant Tribe Of Bards On Earth Are Found
A Whirl-Blast From Behind The Hill
A Wrens Nest
Address from The Spirit of Cockermouth Castle
Address To A Child During A Boisterous Winter By My Sister
Address To Kilchurn Castle, Upon Loch Awe
Address To My Infant Daughter, Dora On Being Reminded That She Was A Month Old That Day, September 1
Address To The Scholars Of The Village School
Adieu, Rydalian Laurels! That Have Grown
Admonition
Advance - Come Forth From Thy Tyrolean Ground
Aerial Rock - Whose Solitary Brow
AfterThought
Ah! Where Is Palafox? Nor Tongue Nor Pen
Airey Force Valley
Alas! What Boots The Long Laborious Quest
Alice Fell, Or Poverty
Among All Lovely Things My Love Had Been
An Evening
An Evening Walk - Addressed To A Young Lady
And Is It Among Rude Untutored Dales
Andrew Jones
Anecdote For Fathers
Animal Tranquillity And Decay
Anticipation, October 1803
Apology For The Foregoing Poems
Artegal And Elidure
At Applewaite, Near Keswick
At Bala-Sala, Isle Of Man
At Bologna, In Remembrance Of The Late Insurrections, 1837 - I
At Bologna, In Remembrance Of The Late Insurrections, 1837 - II
At Bologna, In Remembrance Of The Late Insurrections, 1837 - III
At Furness Abbey
At Sea Off The Isle Of Man
Avaunt All Specious Pliancy Of Mind
Beggars
Behold Vale! I Said, When I Shall Con
Blest Statesman He, Whose Mind's Unselfish Will
Bothwell Castle
Brave Schill! By Death Delivered
British Freedom
Brook! Whose Society The Poet Seeks
By A Blest Husband Guided, Mary Came
By A Retired Mariner, H. H.
By Moscow Self-Devoted To A Blaze
By The Seashore, Isle Of Man
By The Seaside
By The Side Of Rydal Mere
By The Side Of The Grave Some Years After
Calais, August 15, 1802
Calais, August 1802
Call Not The Royal Swede Unfortunate
Calm Is All Nature As A Resting Wheel
Calm Is The Fragrant Air
Captivity--Mary Queen Of Scots
Cave of Staffa
Cave of Staffa 2
Cave Of Staffa - After The Crowd Had Departed
Cenotaph
Character Of The Happy Warrior
Characteristics Of A Child Three Years Old
Chatsworth! Thy Stately Mansion, And The Pride
Companion To The Foregoing
Composed After A Journey Across The Hambleton Hills, Yorkshire
Composed After Reading A Newspaper Of The Day
Composed Among The Ruins Of A Castle In North Wales
Composed At Rydal On May Morning
Composed At The Same Time And On The Same Occasion
Composed By The Sea-Side, Near Calais, August 1802
Composed By The Seashore
Composed By The Side Of Grasmere Lake 1806
Composed During A Storm
Composed In One Of The Valleys Of Westmoreland, On Easter Sunday
Composed In Roslin Chapel During A Storm
Composed In The Glen Of Loch Etive
Composed In The Valley Near Dover, On The Day Of Landing
Composed Near Calais, On The Road Leading To Ardres, August 7, 1802
Composed On A May Morning
Composed On The Banks Of A Rocky Stream
Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
Composed While The Author Was Engaged In Writing A Tract Occasioned By The Convention Of Cintra
Composed on The Eve Of The Marriage Of A Friend In The Vale Of Grasmere
Conclusion To..
Countess's Pillar
Decay Of Piety
Descriptive Sketches
Desideria
Desire We Past Illusions To Recall
Despond Who Will, 'I' Heard A Voice Exclaim
Devotional Incitements
Dion
Eagles - Composed At Dunollie Castle In The Bay Of Oban
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. From The Introduction Of Christianity Into Britain, To The Consummation Of The Papal Dominion - Introduction
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -II- Conjectures
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -III- Trepidation Of The Druids
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -IV- Druidical Excommunication
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -V- Uncertainty
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -VI- Persecution
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -VII- Recovery
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -VIII- Temptations From Roman Refinements
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -IX- Dissensions
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -X- Struggle Of The Britons Against The Barbarians
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XI- Saxon Conquest
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XII- Monastery Of Old Bangor
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XIII- Casual Incitement
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XIV- Glad Tidings
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XV- Paulinus
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XVI- Persuasion
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XVII- Conversion
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XVIII- Apology
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XIX- Primitive Saxon Clergy
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XX- Other Influences
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXI- Seclusion
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXII- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXIII- Reproof
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXIV- Saxon Monasteries, And Lights And Shades Of The Religion
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXV- Missions And Travels
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXVI- Alfred
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXVII- His Descendants
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXVIII- Influence Abused
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXIX- Danish Conquests
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXX- Canute
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXI- The Norman Conquest
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXII- Coldly We Spake
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXIII- The Council Of Clermont
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXIV- Crusades
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXV- Richard I
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXVI- An Interdict
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXVII- Papal Abuses
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXVIII- Scene In Venice
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part I. -XXXIX- Papal Dominion
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -I- How Soon, Alas!
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -II- From False Assumption Rose
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -III- Cistertian Monastery
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -IV- Deplorable His Lot Who Tills The Ground
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -V- Monks And Schoolmen
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -VI- Other Benefits
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -VII- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -VIII- Crusaders
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -IX- As Faith Thus Sanctified The Warrior's Crest
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -X- Where Long And Deeply Hath Been Fixed The Root
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XI- Transubstantiation
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XII- The Vaudois
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XIII- Praised Be The Rivers, From Their Mountain Springs
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XIV- Waldenses
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XV- Archbishop Chichely To Henry V
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XVI- Wars Of York And Lancaster
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XVII- Wicliffe
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XVIII- Corruptions Of The Higher Clergy
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XIX- Abuse Of Monastic Power
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XX- Monastic Voluptuousness
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXI- Dissolution Of The Monasteries
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXII- The Same Subject
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXIII- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXIV- Saints
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXV- The Virgin
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXVI- Apology
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXVII- Imaginative Regrets
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXVIII- Reflections
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXIX- Translation Of The Bible
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXX- The Point At Issue
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXI- Edward VI
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXII- Edward Signing The Warrant For The Execution Of Joan Of Kent
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXIII- Revival Of Popery
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXIV- Latimer And Ridley
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXV- Cranmer
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXVI- General View Of The Troubles Of The Reformation
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXVII- English Reformers In Exile
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXVIII- Elizabeth
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XXXIX- Eminent Reformers
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XL- The Same
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLI- Distractions
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLII- Gunpowder Plot
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLIII- Illustration
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLIV- Troubles Of Charles The First
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLV- Laud
Ecclesiastical Sonnets - Part II. -XLVI- Afflictions Of England
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. I Saw The Figure Of A Lovely Maid
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -II- Patriotic Sympathies
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -III- Charles The Second
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -IV- Latitudinarianism
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -V- Walton's Book Of Lives
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -VI- Clerical Integrity
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -VII- Persecution Of The Scottish Covenanters
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -VIII- Acquittal Of The Bishops
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -IX- William The Third
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -X- Obligations Of Civil To Religious Liberty
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XI- Sacheverel
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XII- Down A Swift Stream
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XIII- Aspects Of Christianity In America
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XIV- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XV- Concluded. American Episcopacy
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XVI- Bishops And Priests
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XVII- Places Of Worship
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XVIII- Pastoral Character
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XIX- The Liturgy
DionEcclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XX- Baptism
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXI- Sponsors
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXII- Catechising
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXIII- Confirmation
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXIV- Confirmation Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXV- Sacrament
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXVI- The Marriage Ceremony
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXVII- Thanksgiving After Childbirth
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXVIII- Visitation Of The Sick
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXIX- The Commination Service
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXX- Forms Of Prayer At Sea
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXI- Funeral Service
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXII- Rural Ceremony
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXIII- Regrets
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXIV- Mutability
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXV- Old Abbeys
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXVI- Emigrant French Clergy
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXVII- Congratulation
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXVIII- New Churches
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XXXIX- Church To Be Erected
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XL- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLI- New Churchyard
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLII- Cathedrals, Etc.
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLIII- Inside Of King's College Chapel, Cambridge
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLIV- The Same
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLV- Continued
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLVI- Ejaculation
Ecclesiastical Sonnets -Part III. -XLVII- Conclusion
Elegiac Musings - In The Grounds Of Coleorton Hall, The Seat Of The Late Sir G.H. Beaumont, Bart.
Elegiac Stanzas
Elegiac Stanzas - Addressed To Sir G.H.B. Upon The Death Of His Sister-In-Law
Elegiac Stanzas In Memory Of My Brother, John Commander Of The E. I. Company's Ship The Earl Of Abergavenny In Which He Perished By Calamitous Shipwreck, Feb.6, 1805
Elegiac Stanzas Suggested By A Picture Of Peele Castle In A Storm, Painted By Sir George Beaumont
Ellen Irwin
Emperors And Kings, How Oft Have Temples Rung
England! The Time Is Come When Thou Should'st Wean
England, 1802 (I)
England, 1802 (II)
England, 1802 (II)
England, 1802 (IV)
England, 1802 (V)
Epistle - To Sir George Howland Beaumont, Bart. From The South-West Coast Or Cumberland - 1811
Epitaph - In The Chapel - Yard Of Langdale, Westmoreland
Epitaphs 1810. Translated From Chiabrera I. Weep Not, Beloved Friends! Nor Let The Air
Epitaphs II. Perhaps Some Needful Service Of The State
Epitaphs III. O Thou Who Movest Onward With A Mind
Epitaphs IV. There Never Breathed A Man
Epitaphs V. True Is It That Ambrosio Salinero
Epitaphs VI. Destined To War From Very Infancy
Epitaphs VII. O Flower Of All That Springs From Gentle Blood
Epitaphs VIII. Not Without Heavy Grief Of Heart Did He
Epitaphs IX. Pause, Courteous Spirit
Epitaphs Translated From Chiabrera
Ere With Cold Beads Of Midnight Dew
Even As A Dragon's Eye That Feels The Stress
Evening Voluntaries - To Lucca Giordano
Expostulation And Reply
Extempore Effusion Upon The Death Of James Hogg
Extract From The Conclusion Of A Poem
Fair Prime Of Life! Were It Enough To Gild
Fancy And Tradition
Farewell Lines
Feelings Of A French Royalist, On The Disinterment Of The Remains Of The Duke D'Enghien
Feelings Of A Noble Biscayan At One Of Those Funerals
Feelings Of The Tyrolese
Fidelity
Filial Piety - On The Wayside Between Preston And Liverpool
Floating Island
Flowers On The Top Of The Pillars At The Entrance Of The Cave
Foresight
Forth From A Jutting Ridge, Around Whose Base
French Revolution
From The Cuckoo And The Nightingale
From The Dark Chambers Of Dejection Freed
From The Italian Of Michael Angelo
From The Same II
George And Sarah Green
Gipsies
Glad Sight Wherever New With Old
Go Back To Antique Ages, If Thine Eyes
Gold And Silver Fishes In A Vase
Goody Blake And Harry Gill
Gordale
Grace Darling
Great Men Have Been Among Us
Greenock
Grief, Thou Hast Lost An Ever-Ready Friend
Guilt And Sorrow Or Incidents Upon Salisbury Plain
Hail, Twilight, Sovereign Of One Peaceful Hour
Hail, Zaragoza! If With Unwet Eye
Hark! 'Tis The Thrush, Undaunted, Undeprest
Hart-Leap Well
Hart's-Horn Tree, Near Penrith
Her Eyes Are Wild
Her Only Pilot The Soft Breeze, The Boat
Here Pause: The Poet Claims At Least This Praise
Highland Hut
Hint From The Mountains For Certain Political Pretenders
Hoffer
Homeward We Turn. Isle Of Columba's Cell
How Beautiful The Queen Of Night
How Rich That Forehead's Calm Expanse
How Sweet It Is, When Mother Fancies Frocks
Humanity
I Grieved For Buonaparte
I Heard (Alas! 'Twas Only In A Dream)
I Know An Aged Man Constrained To Dwell
I Travelled Among Unknown Men
I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud
I Watch, And Long Have Watched, With Calm Regret
If This Great World Of Joy And Pain
If Thou Indeed Derive Thy Light From Heaven
Illustrated Books And Newspapers
In Due Observance Of An Ancient Rite
In My Mind's Eye A Temple, Like A Cloud
In Sight Of The Town Of Cockermouth
In The Channel, Between The Coast Of Cumberland And The Isle Of Man
In The Frith Of Clyde, Ailsa Crag - During An Eclipse Of The Sun, July 17
In The Pass Of Killicranky
In The Sound Of Mull
In The Woods Of Rydal
In These Fair Vales Hath Many A Tree
Incident At Bruges
Incident Characteristic Of A Favorite Dog
Incidents Upon Salisbury Plain Or Guilt And Sorrow
Indignation Of A High-Minded Spaniard
Influence Of Natural Objects
Inscription For A Monument In Crosthwaite Church, In The Vale Of Keswick
Inscriptions - In A Garden Of Sir George Beaumont, Bart.
Inscriptions - Supposed To Be Found In And Near A Hermit's Cell, 1818 -I-
Inscriptions - Supposed To Be Found In And Near A Hermit's Cell, 1818 -II- Inscribed Upon A Rock
Inscriptions - Supposed To Be Found In And Near A Hermit's Cell, 1818 -III-
Inscriptions - Supposed To Be Found In And Near A Hermit's Cell, 1818 - IV - Near The Spring Of The Hermitage
Inscriptions - Supposed To Be Found In And Near A Hermit's Cell, 1818 -V-
Inscriptions - Written At The Request Of Sir George Beaumont, Bart., And In His Name, For An Urn, Placed By Him At The Termination Of A Newly-Planted Avenue, In The Same Grounds
Inscriptions For A Seat In The Groves Of Coleorton
Inscriptions For The Spot Where The Hermitage Stood On St. Herbert's Island, Derwentwater
Inscriptions In The Ground Of Coleorton, The Seat Of Sir George Beaumont, Bart., Leicestershire
Inscriptions Written With A Pencil Upon A Stone In The Wall Of The House (An Outhouse), On The Island At Grasmere
Inscriptions Written With A Slate Pencil Upon A Stone
Inside Of King's College Chapel, Cambridge
Intent On Gathering Wool From Hedge And Brake
Invocation To The Earth, February 1816
Iona
Iona - Upon Landing
Is There A Power That Can Sustain And Cheer
Isle Of Man -I-
Isle Of Man -II-
It Is A Beauteous Evening
It Is No Spirit Who From Heaven Hath Flown
It Is Not To Be Thought Of
It Was An April Morning: Fresh And Clear
June 1820
Lament Of Mary Queen Of Scots
Laodamia
Left Upon A Seat In A Yew-tree
Liberty - Sequel To - The Gold And Silver Fishes
Lines
Lines Composed A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
Lines On The Expected Invasion, 1803
Lines Suggested By A Portrait From The Pencil Of F. Stone
Lines Written As A School Exercise
Lines Written In Early Spring
Lines Written In The Album Of The Countess Of Lonsdale. Nov. 5, 1834
Lines Written On A Blank Leaf In A Copy Of The Author's Poem "The Excursion,"
Lines Written While Sailing In A Boat At Evening
London, 1802
Look Now On That Adventurer Who Hath Paid
Louisa After Accompanying Her On A Mountain Excursion
Love
Love Lies Bleeding
Loving And Liking - Irregular Verses - Addressed To A Child (By My Sister)
Lowther
Lucy Gray
Lucy I
Lucy II
Lucy III
Lucy IV
Lucy V
Lyre! Though Such Power Do In Thy Magic Live
Malham Cove
Mark The Concentrated Hazels That Enclose
Mary Queen Of Scots - Landing At The Mouth Of The Derwent, Workington
Maternal Grief
Matthew
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -I- Departure From The Vale Of Grasmere, August 1803
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -II- At The Grave Of Burns
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -III- Thoughts Suggested The Day Following, On The Banks Of Nith, Near The Poet's Residence
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -IV- To The Sons Of Burns - After Visiting The Grave Of Their Father
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -V- To A Highland Girl - At Inversneyde, Upon Loch Lomond
Memorials Of A Tour Of Scotland, 1803 -VI- Glen-Almain, Or, The Narrow Glen
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -VII- Stepping Westward
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -VIII- The Solitary Reaper
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -IX- Address To Kilchurn Castle, Upon Loch Awe
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -X- Rob Roy's Grave
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -XI- Sonnet Composed At---Castle
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -XII- Yarrow Unvisited
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -XIII- The Matron Of Jedborough And Her Husband
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -XIV- Fly, Some Kind Haringer, To Grasmere-Dale
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803 -XV- The Blind Highland Boy - A Tale Told By The Fire-Side, After Returning To The Vale Of Grasmere
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland 1814 -I- Suggested By A Beautiful Ruin Upon One Of The Islands Of Loch Lomond
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland 1814 -II- Composed At Cora Linn - In Sight Of Wallace's Tower
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland 1814 -III- Effusion - In The Pleasure-Ground On The Banks Of The Bran, Near Dunkeld
Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland 1814 -IV- Yarrow Visited - September 1814
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 - Dedication
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -I- Fish-Women - On Landing At Calais
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -II- Bruges
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -III- Bruges
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -IV- After Visiting The Field Of Waterloo
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -IX- Hymn - For The Boatmen, As They Approach The Rapids Under The Castle Of Heidelberg
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -V- Between Namur And Liege
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -VI- Aix-La-Chapelle
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -VII- In The Cathedral At Cologne
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -VIII- In A Carriage, Upon The Banks Of The Rhine
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -X- The Source Of The Danube
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XI- On Approaching The Staub-Bach, Lauterbrunnen
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XII- The Fall Of The Aar - Handec
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XIII- Memorial
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XIV- Composed In One Of The Catholic Cantons
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XV- After-Thought
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XVI- Scene On The Lake Of Brientz
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XVII- Engelberg, The Hill Of Angels
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XVIII- Our Lady Of The Snow
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XIX- Effusion
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XX- The Town Of Schwytz
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXI- On Hearing The "Ranz Des Vaches" On The Top Of The Pass Of St. Gothard
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXII- Fort Fuentes
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXIII- The Church Of San Salvador
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXIV- The Italian Itinerant And The Swiss Goatherd. - Part I
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXIV- The Italian Itinerant And The Swiss Goatherd. - Part II
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXV- The Last Supper
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXVI- The Eclipse Of The Sun, 1820
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXVII- The Three Cottage Girls
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXVIII- The Column Intended By Buonaparte For A Triumphal Edifice In Milan, Now Lying By The Way-Side In The Simplon Pass
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXIX- Stanzas - Composed In The Simplon Pass
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXX- Echo, Upon The Gemmi
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXI- Processions - Suggested On A Sabbath Morning In The Vale Of Chamouny
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXII- Elegiac Stanzas
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXIII- Sky-Prospect - From The Plain Of France
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXIV- On Being Stranded Near The Harbour Of Boulogne
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXV- After Landing - The Valley Of Dover - Nov. 1820
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXVI- At Dover
Memorials Of A Tour On The Continent, 1820 -XXXVII- Desultory Stanzas - Upon Receiving The Preceding Sheets From The Press
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 - To Henry Crabb Robinson
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -I- Musings Near Aquapendente - April 1837
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -II- The Pine Of Monte Mario At Rome
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -III- At Rome
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -IV- At Rome - Regrets - In Allusion To Niebuhr And Other Modern Historians
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -V- Continued
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -VI- Plea For The Historian
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -VII- At Rome
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -VIII- Near Rome, In Sight Of St. Peter's
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -IX- At Albano
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -X- Near Anio's Stream, I Spied A Gentle Dove
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XI- From The Alban Hills, Looking Towards Rome
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XII- Near The Lake Of Thrasymene
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XIII- Near The Same Lake
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XIV- The Cuckoo At Laverna - May 25, 1837
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XV- At The Convent Of Camaldoli
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XVI- Continued
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XVII- At The Eremite Or Upper Convent Of Camaldoli
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XVIII- At Vallombrosa
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XIX- At Florence
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XX- Before The Picture Of The Baptist, By Raphael, In The Gallery At Florence
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXI- At Florence--From Michael Angelo
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXII- At Florence--From M. Angelo
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXIII- Among The Ruins Of A Convent In The Apennines
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXIV- In Lombardy
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXV- After Leaving Italy
Memorials Of A Tour In Italy, 1837 -XXVI- Continued
Memory
Methought I Saw The Footsteps Of A Throne
Michael - A Pastoral Poem
Michael Angelo In Reply To The Passage Upon His Staute Of Sleeping Night
Minstrels
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - I - 'A Poet'! He Hath Put His Heart To School
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - II - The Most Alluring Clouds That Mount The Sky
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - III - Feel For The Wrongs To Universal Ken
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - IV - In Allusion To Various Recent Histories And Notices Of The French Revolution
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - V - Continued
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - VI - Concluded
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - VII - Men Of The Western World
Miscellaneous Sonnets, 1842 - VIII - Lo! Where She Stands Fixed In A Saint-Like Trance
Monument Of Mrs. Howard - By Nollekens - In Wetheral Church, Near Corby, On The Banks Of The Eden
Most Sweet It Is
Most Sweet It Is With Unuplifted Eyes
Mutability
My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold
Near Dover, September 1802
Not In The Lucid Intervals Of Life
Not Love, Not War, Nor The Tumultuous Swell
November 1
November, 1806
November, 1813
November, 1836
Nunnery
Nuns Fret Not At Their Convent's Narrow Room
Nun's Well, Brigham
Nutting
O Nightingale! Thou Surely Art
Occasioned By The Battle Of Waterloo
Occasioned By The Battle Of Waterloo - February 1816.
October, 1803 -I-
October, 1803 -II-
October, 1803 -III-
Ode
Ode -II-
Ode - The Morning Of The Day Appointed For A General Thanksgiving. January 18, 1816
Ode, Composed On A May Morning
Ode: Intimations Of Immortality From Recollections Of Early Childhood
Ode On Intimations Of Immortality
Ode On The Installation Of His Royal Highness Prince Albert As Chancellor Of The University Of Cambridge, July 1847
Ode To Duty
Ode To Lycoris. May 1817
Oh What A Wreck! How Changed In Mien And Speech!
On A Celebrated Event In Ancient History
On A High Part Of The Coast Of Cumberland - Easter Sunday, April 7 - The Author's Sixty-Third Birthday
On A Portrait Of I. F., Painted By Margaret Gillies
On A Portrait Of The Duke Of Wellington Upon The Field Of Waterloo, By Haydon
On Entering Douglas Bay, Isle Of Man
On Revisiting Dunolly Castle
On Seeing A Needlecase In The Form Of A Harp - The Work Of E.M.S.
On Seeing A Tuft Of Snowdrops In A Storm
On The Banks Of A Rocky Stream
On The Death Of His Majesty (George The Third)
On The Departure Of Sir Walter Scott From Abbotsford
On The Departure Of Sir Walter Scott From Abbotsford, For Naples
On The Detraction Which Followed The Publication Of A Certain Poem
On The Extinction Of The Venetian Republic
On The Final Submission Of The Tyrolese
On The Frith Of Clyde - In A Steamboat
On The Power Of Sound
On The Projected Kendal And Windermere Railway
On The Same Occasion
On The Same Occasion - (On Seeing The Foundation Preparing For The Erection Of Rydal Chapel, Westmoreland)
On The Same Subject (To A Painter)
On The Sight Of A Manse In The South Of Scotland
Once I Could Hail
Oxford, May 30, 1820 -I-
Oxford, May 30, 1820 -II-
O'er The Wide Earth, On Mountain And On Plain
O'erweening Statesmen Have Full Long Relied
Pelion And Ossa Flourish Side By Side
Personal Talk
Peter Bell - A Tale (Full)
Peter Bell - A Tale (Part First)
Peter Bell - A Tale (Part Second)
Peter Bell - A Tale (Part Third)
Peter Bell - A Tale (Prologue)
Picture Of Daniel In The Lion's Den At Hamilton Palace
Poor Robin
Power Of Music
Prelude - Prefixed To The Volume Entitled "Poems Chiefly Of Early And Late Years
Presentiments
Protest Against The Ballot
Proud Were Ye, Mountains, When, In Times Of Old
Pure Element Of Waters!
Recollection Of The Portrait Of King Henry Eighth, Trinity Lodge, Cambridge
Remembrance Of
Repentance
Resolution And Independence
Rest And Be Thankful! - At The Head Of Glencroe
Retirement
Roman Antiquities - From The Roman Station At Old Penrith
Rural Architecture
Rural Illusions
Ruth
Say, What Is Honour? 'Tis The Finest Sense
Scorn Not The Sonnet
September 1, 1802
September, 1815
September, 1819
Sequel To The "Beggars," 1802 - Composed Many Years After
She Dwelt Among Untrodden Ways
She Was A Phantom Of Delight
Siege Of Vienna Raised By Jihn Sobieski
Simon Lee: The Old Huntsman
Six Months To Six Years Added He Remained
So Fair, So Sweet, Withal So Sensitive
Soft As A Cloud Is Yon Blue Ridge
Solitude, Or Lucy Gray
Song At The Feast Of Brougham Castle
Song Of The Spinning Wheel
Song Of The Wandering Jew
Sonnet
Sonnets -I- Desponding Father! Mark This Altered Bough
Sonnets -II- Roman Antiquities Discovered At Bishopstone, Herefordshire
Sonnets -III- St. Catherine Of Ledbury
Sonnets -IV- Why Art Thou Silent! Is Thy Love A Plant
Sonnets -V- Four Fiery Steeds Impatient Of The Rein
Sonnets -VI- To...
Sonnets -VII- Said Secrecy To Cowardice And Fraud
Sonnet - To An Octogenarian
Sonnet: "It Is Not To Be Thought Of"
Sonnet: On seeing Miss Helen Maria Williams Weep At A tale Of Distress
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -I- Suggested By The View Of Lancaster Castle (On The Road From The South)
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -II- Tenderly Do We Feel By Nature's Law
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -III- The Roman Consul Doomed His Sons To Die
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -IV- Is 'Death', When Evil Against Good Has Fought
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -V- Not To The Object Specially Designed
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -VI- Ye Brood Of Conscience Spectres!
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -VII- Before The World Had Past Her Time Of Youth
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -VIII- Fit Retribution, By The Moral Code
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -IX- Though To Give Timely Warning And Deter
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -X- Our Bodily Life, Some Plead, That Life The Shrine
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -XI- Ah, Think How One Compelled For Life To Abide
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -XII- See The Condemned Alone Within His Cell
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -XIII- Conclusion - Yes, Though He Well May Tremble At The Sound
Sonnets Upon The Punishment Of Death - In Series, 1839 -XIV- Apology
Spanish Guerillas
Speak!
Stanzas
Stanzas Suggested In A Steamboat Off Saint Bees' Heads, On The Coast Of Cumberland
Stanzas Written In My Pocket Copy Of Thomson's "Castle Of Indolence"
Star-Gazers
Steamboats, Viaducts, And Railways
Stepping Westward
Strange Fits Of Passion Have I Known
Stray Pleasures
Suggested At Tyndrum In A Storm
Suggested By A Picture Of The Bird Of Paradise
Suggested By A View From An Eminence In Inglewood Forest
Suggested By The Foregoing - (Monument Of Mrs. Howard)
Surprised By Joy
The Affliction Of Margaret
The Armenian Lady's Love
The Avon
The Birth Of Love
The Black Stones Of Iona
The Borderers. A Tragedy
The Braes Of Kirtle Or Ellen Irwin
The Brothers
The Brownie
The Childless Father
The Complaint Of A Forsaken Indian Woman
The Contrast - The Parrot And The Wren
The Cottager To Her Infant
The Crescent-Moon, The Star Of Love
The Cuckoo-Clock
The Cuckoo And The Nightingale (From Chaucer)
The Daffodils
The Danish Boy, A Fragment
The Dungeon
The Dunolly Eagle
The Eagle And The Dove
The Earl Of Breadalbane's Ruined Mansion And Family Burial-Place, Near Killin
The Egyptian Maid
The Emigrant Mother
The Excursion - Note & Preface
The Excursion - Book Second - The Solitary
The Excursion - Book Third - Despondency
The Excursion - Book Fourth - Despondency Corrected
The Excursion - Book Fifth - The Pastor
The Excursion - Book Sixth - The Churchyard Among The Mountains
The Excursion - Book Seventh - The Churchyard Among The Mountains - (Continued)
The Excursion - Book Eighth - The Parsonage
The Fairest, Brightest, Hues Of Ether Fade
The Farmer Of Tilsbury Vale
The Force Of Prayer, Or, The Founding Of Bolton, A Tradition
The Foregoing Subject Resumed
The Forsaken
The Fountain
The French And the Spanish Guerillas
The French Army In Russia, 1812-13
The French Revolution As It Appeared To Enthusiasts At Its Commencement
The Germans On The Height Of Hochheim
The Gleaner - Suggested By A Picture
The Green Linnet
The Haunted Tree
The Highland Broach
The Horn Of Egremont Castle
The Idiot Boy
The Idle Shepherd Boys
The Infant M---- M----
The King Of Sweden
The Kitten And Falling Leaves
The Labourer's Noon-Day Hymn
The Last Of The Flock
The Leaves That Rustled On This Oak-Crowned Hill
The Longest Day
The Martial Courage Of A Day Is Vain
The Massy Ways, Carried Across These Heights
The Monument Commonly Called Long Meg And Her Daughters, Near The River Eden
The Morning Of The Day Appointed For A General Thanksgiving. January 18, 1816
The Mother's Return
The Norman Boy
The Oak And The Broom - A Pastoral Poem
The Oak Of Guernica Supposed Address To The Same
The Old Cumberland Beggar
The Pass Of Kirkstone
The Pet-Lamb - A Pastoral
The Pibroch's Note
The Pilgrim's Dream - Or, The Star And The Glow-Worm
The Pillar Of Trajan
The Poet And The Caged Turtledove
The Poet's Dream (Sequel To The Norman Boy)
The Power Of Armies Is A Visible Thing
The Prelude - Book First
The Prelude - Book Second
The Prelude - Book Third
The Prelude - Book Fourth
The Prelude - Book Fifth
The Prelude - Book Sixth
The Prelude - Book Seventh
The Prelude - Book Eighth
The Prelude - Book Ninth
The Prelude - Book Tenth
The Prelude - Book Eleventh
The Prelude - Book Twelfth
The Prelude - Book Thirteenth
The Prelude - Book Fourteenth
The Prelude Or, Growth Of A Poet's Mind; An Autobiographical Poem - Advertisement
The Primrose Of The Rock
The Prioress's Tale
The Rainbow
The Recluse - Book First
The Redbreast - Suggested In A Westmoreland Cottage
The Redbreast Chasing The Butterfly
The Reverie Of Poor Susan
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. - To The Rev. Dr. Wordsworth
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -I-
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -II- Child Of The Clouds!
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -III- How Shall I Paint Thee?
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -IV- Take, Cradled Nursling Of The Mountain
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -V- Sole Listener, Duddon! To The Breeze That Played
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -VI- Flowers
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -VII- Change Me, Some God
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -VIII- What Aspect Bore The Man Who Roved Or Fled
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -IX- The Stepping-Stones
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -X- The Same Subject
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XI- The Faery Chasm
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XII- Hints For The Fancy
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XIII- Open Prospect
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XIV- O Mountain Stream
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XV- From This Deep Chasm
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XVI- American Tradition
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XVII- A Dark Plume Fetch Me From Yon Blasted Yew
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XVIII- Seathwaite Chapel
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XIX- Tributary Stream
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XX- The Plain Of Donnerdale
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXI- Whence That Low Voice?
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXII- Tradition
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXIII- Sheep-Washing
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXIV- The Resting Place
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXV- Methinks 'twere No Unprecedented Feat
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXVI- Return, Content! For Fondly I Pursued
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXVII- Fallen, And Diffused Into A Shapeless Heap
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXVIII- Journey Renewed
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXIX- No Record Tells Of Lance Opposed To Lance
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXX- Who Swerves From Innocence, Who Makes Divorce
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXXI- The Kirk Of Ulpha To The Pilgrim's Eye
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXXII- Not Hurled Precipitous From Steep To Steep
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXXIII- Conclusion
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. -XXXIV- After-Thought
The River Eden, Cumberland
The Romance Of The Water Lily
The Russian Fugitive
The Sailor's Mother
The Seven Sisters
The Shepherd, Looking Eastward, Softly Said
The Simplon Pass
The Solitary Reaper
The Somnambulist
The Sonnet I
The Sonnet II
The Sparrow's Nest
The Stars Are Mansions Built By Nature's Hand
The Sun Has Long Been Set
The Tables Turned
The Thorn
The Triad
The Trosachs
The Two April Mornings
The Two Thieves; Or, The Last Stage Of Avarice
The Unremitting Voice Of Nightly Streams
The Virgin
The Waggoner - Canto First
The Waggoner - Canto Second
The Waggoner - Canto Third
The Waggoner - Canto Fourth
The Waterfall And The Eglantine
The Westmoreland Girl - To My Grandchildren
The White Doe Of Rylstone Or, The Fate Of The Nortons (Full)
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto First
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Second
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Third
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Fourth
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Fifth
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Sixth
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Canto Seventh
The White Doe Of Rylstone, Or, The Fate Of The Nortons - Dedication
The Widow On Windermere Side
The Wild Duck's Nest
The Wishing Gate
The Wishing Gate Destroyed
The World Is Too Much With Us
There Is A Bondage Worse, Far Worse, To Bear
There Is A Little Unpretending Rill
There Is A Pleasure In Poetic Pains
There Is An Eminence, Of These Our Hills
"There!" Said A Stripling, Pointing With Meet Pride
There Was A Boy
They Called Thee Merry England, In Old Time
This Lawn, A Carpet All Alive
Those Words Were Uttered As In Pensive Mood
Though Narrow Be That Old Man's Cares
Though The Bold Wings Of Poesy Affect
Thought Of A Briton On The Sunjugation Of Switzerland
Thought On The Seasons
Three Years She Grew
Tis He Whose Yester-Evening's High Disdain
'Tis Said, That Some Have Died For Love
To, In Her Seventieth Year
To -I-
To -II-
To -III-
To -IV-
To A Butterfly
To A Butterfly -II-
To A Child - Written In Her Album
To A Friend - On The Banks Of The Derwent
To A Highland Girl (At Inversneyde, Upon Loch Lomond)
To A Lady - In Answer To A Request That I Would Write Her A Poem Upon Some Drawings That She Had Made Of Flowers In The Island Of Madeira
To A Painter
To A Redbreast (In Sickness)
To A Sexton
To A Sky-Lark
To A Skylark
To A Snowdrop
To A Young Lady Who Had Been Reproached For Taking Long Walks In The Country
To B. R. Haydon
To Cordelia M. - Hallsteads, Ullswater
To Dora
To Enterprise
To H. C.
To I. F.
To Joanna
To Lady Beaumont
To Lady Eleanor Butler And The Honourable Miss Ponsonby
To May
To My Sister
To Rotha Q.
To S.H.
To Sir George Howland Beaumont, Bart From The South-West Coast Or Cumberland 1811
To Sleep -I-
To Sleep -II-
To Sleep -III-
To The Author's Portrait
To The Clouds
To The Cuckoo
To The Daisy
To The Daisy -II-
To The Daisy -III-
To The Daisy -IV-
To The Earl Of Lonsdale
To The Lady E. B. And The Hon. Miss P.
To The Lady Fleming
To The Lady Mary Lowther
To The Memory Of Raisley Calvert
To The Men Of Kent
To The Moon - Composed By The Seaside, On The Coast Of Cumberland
To The Moon - Rydal
To The Pennsylvanians
To The Planet Venus
To The Planet Venus, An Evening Star - Composed At Loch Lomond
To The Poet, John Dyer
To The Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, D.D., Master Of Harrow School
To The River Derwent
To The River Greta, Near Keswick
To The Same
To The Same Flower
To The Same Flower (Daisy)
To The Same (John Dyer)
To The Small Celandine
To The Spade Of A Friend (An Agriculturist)
To The Supreme Being From The Italian Of Michael Angelo
To The Torrent At The Devil's Bridge, North Wales, 1824
To Thomas Clarkson
To Toussaint L'Ouverture
To- Upon The Birth Of Her First-Born Child, March 1833
To- On Her First Ascent To The Summit Of Helvellyn
Translation Of Part Of The First Book Of The Aeneidto
Tribute To The Memory Of The Same Dog
Troilus And Cresida
Tynwald Hill
Upon Perusing The Forgoing Epistle Thirty Years After Its Composition
Upon Seeing A Coloured Drawing Of The Bird Of Paradise In An Album
Upon The Late General Fast
Upon The Same Event
Upon The Same Occasion (September 1819)
Upon The Sight Of A Beautiful Picture Painted By Sir G. H. Beaumont, Bart
Valedictory Sonnet
Vaudracour And Julia
Vernal Ode
View From The Top Of Black Comb
Wansfell! This Household Has A Favoured Lot
Water-Fowl Observed Frequently Over The Lakes Of Rydal And Grasmere
We Are Seven
Weak Is The Will Of Man, His Judgement Blind
What Heavenly Smiles! O Lady Mine
What If Our Numbers Barely Could Defy
When I Have Borne In Memory
When Philoctetes In The Lemnian Isle
When Severn's Sweeping Flood Had Overthrown
When To The Attractions Of The Busy World
Where Lies The Land To Which Yon Ship Must Go?
Where Lies The Truth? Has Man, In Wisdom's Creed
While Anna's Peers And Early Playmates Tread
While Beams Of Orient Light Shoot Wide And High
Who But Is Pleased To Watch The Moon On High
Who Fancied What A Pretty Sight
Why, Minstrel, These Untuneful Murmurings
Why Should The Enthusiast, Journeying Through This Isle
With How Sad Steps, O Moon, Thou Climb'st The Sky
With Ships The Sea Was Sprinkled Far And Nigh
Written After The Death Of Charles Lamb
Written In A Blank Leaf Of Macpherson's Ossian
Written In Germany, On One Of The Coldest Days Of The Century
Written In London. September, 1802
Written In March
Written In March While Resting On The Bridge At The Foot Of Brother's Water
Written In Very Early Youth
Written Upon A Blank Leaf In "The Complete Angler"
Written With A Pencil Upon A Stone In The Wall Of The House, On The Island At Grasmere
Written With A Slate Pencil On A Stone, On The Side Of The Mountain Of Black Comb
Yarrow Revisited
Yarrow Unvisited
Yarrow Visited. September, 1814
Yes, It Was The Mountain Echo
Yes! Thou Art Fair, Yet Be Not Moved
Yew-Trees
Young England - What Is Then Become Of Old


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