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Spleen, meditative, 240.

Steel, grapple with hooks of, 77.
Splenetive and rash, 86.

Steep, hard to climb the, 208.
Spoken at random, 254.

Steps, beware of desperate, 215.
Sponge, drink no more than a, 293. Sticking place, screw your cour-
Spot is cursed, the, 232.

age to the, 46,
which men call earth, 121. Still to be neat, 98.
Spring comes slowly up this way, achieving, still pursuing, 288.
241.

Sting, O death, where is thy, 22.
come, gentle, 183.

Stir, the fretful, 233.
unlocks the flowers, 258. Stoicism, the Romans call it, 149.
Springes to catch woodcocks, 77. Stolen, not wanting what is, 89.
Spriting, do my, gently, 26. Stomach's sake, a little wine for
Spur to prick the sides of my in- the, 24.
tent, 46.

Stone, fling but a, 172.
Squeak as naturally as pigs, 130. underneath this, doth lie,99.
Staff, thy rod and thy, 5.

walls do not a prison make,
Stage, where every man must 105.

tell where I lie, 162.
all the world 's a, 40.

we raised not a, 272.
struts and frets his hour Stones, sermons in, 39.
upon the, 52.

prate of my whereabouts,
the wonder of our, 99. 46.
veteran on the, 188.

of Rome, 68.
, poor, degraded, 286.

Stories, long, dull, and old, 225.
Stagers, old cunning, 133. Storm, pelting of this pitiless, 70.
Stairs, why did you kick me directs the, 150.
down, 306.

that howls along the sky,
Stale, flat, and unprofitable, 76. 206.
Stalk, maidens withering on the, Storms of life, rainbow to the, 265.
237.

Story, I have none to tell, 226.
Stand and wait, 126.

Strange, 't was passing, 87.
Stanley, on, 253.

Strangers, to entertain, 24.
Stanza, who pens a, 164.

by, honored, 163.
Star, love a bright, particular, 43. Straw, tickled with a, 156.

of dawn, a later, 230. Streets, a lion is in the, 8.
thy soul was like a, 231.

-, squeak and gibber in the,
-, stay the morning, 244.

75.
Stars, shooting, attend thee, 104. Strength, king's name is a tower
hide their diminished heads,

of, 62.
114.

strengthens with his, 155.
in spite of their, 131.

lovely in your, 261.
-, battlements bore, 239. Strife, dare the elements to, 266.
Starts, every thing by, 140. String attuned to mirth, 275.
State, strange eruption to our, 75. Striving to better, 70.
a pillar of, 113.

Strong, battle not to the, 9.
rule the, 139.

upon the stronger side, 53.
what constitutes a, 218.

without rage, 107.
Statesman, too nice for a, 205. Studies, still air of delightful, 127.
Statue that enchants the world, Study, much, is weariness, 10.
184.

labor and intent, 127.
Stealth, do good by, 166.

what you most affect, 310.
Steed, farewell the neighing, 90. Stuff as dreams are made of, 27.
Steel, though locked up in, 60.

ambition's made of sterner
, my man 's as true as, 73. 67.

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Sublime to suffer and be strong, Swift expires, a driveller, 188.
288.

Swine, cast not your pearls be-
and the ridiculous, 302. fore, 15.
Success, 't is not in mortals to Swoop, at one fell, 50.
command, 149.

Sword, glorious by my, 109.
Such mistress, such Nan, 92.

-, another's, has laid him
Suffer, how sublime to, 288.

low, 250.
Sufferance is the badge. 36.

-, pen mightier than the,
Suffering ended with the day, 283. 281.
child of, 289.

Swords into ploughshares, 12.
Sufficiency, an elegant, 183. Syllable men's names, 121.
Suing long to bide, 96.
Sullenness against nature, 128. Table on a roar, 85.
Sum of more, giving thị, 39. Take, O take those lips away, 31.
Summer, made glorious, 60.

physic, Pomp, 37.
friends, 102.

him for all in all, 77.
of your youth, 192.

her up tenderly, 274.
-'s cloud, 49.

Tale that is told, 6.
Summons, upon a fearful, 75.

and thereby hangs a, 41, 42.
Sun, no new thing under the, 8. told by an idiot, 52.
of righteousness arise, 12.

tedious as a twice-told, 53.
let not the, go down upon an honest, speeds best, 62.
your wrath, 23.

unfold, 78.
doubt the, doth move, 80. a round, unvarnished, 87.
goes round, take all the rest

-, every shepherd tells his,
the, 108.

125.
-, benighted walks under the the moon takes

up
mid-day, 122.

drous, 151.
-, as the dial to the, 135, 171. to point a moral, or adorn
-, farthing candle to the, 179.
hail the rising, 193.

so sad, so tender, 193.
hold their glimmering taper makes up life's, 244.
to the, 220.

as 't was said to me, 251.
world without a, 249.

't is an old, 252.
Sunbeam, and truth, 129.

-, a schoolboy's, 259.
Sunday shines no Sabbath day, which holdeth children from
164.

play, 275.
Sunlight drinketh dew, 280. Talk, I never spent an hour's, 35.
Sunshine made, and in the shady ye gods, how he will, 145.
place, 95.

Tall oaks from little acorns grow,
of the breast, 194.

227.
eternal, 203.

Tam was glorious, 221.
Suspicion haunts the guilty mind, Task is smoothly done, 123.
60.

Taste of your quality, 80.
Swan on St. Mary's lake, 230. Tatters, tear a passion to, 82.

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sweet, of Avon, 99. Tear, some melodious, 123.
Sweet, so coldly, 263.

he gave to misery a, 197.
day, so cool, so calm, 102. in her eye, 253.
Sweets, wilderness of, 117.

betwixt a smile and, 262.
feast of nectared, 122. , every woe can claim, 264.
Sweetness, linked, long drawn that law which moulds a,

277.
waste its, 196. Tears, prepare to shed them now,
Swift, race not to the, 9.

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out, 126.

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lears such as angels weep, 112. Think too little and talk too much,

iron, down Pluto's cheek, 139.
124.

those that, must govern,
sacred source of, 194.

201.
baptized in, 216.

Thinks most, lives most, 282.
too deep for, 238.

Thorn, withering on the virgin, 34.
flattered to, 271.

Thou art the man, 3.
from despair, 280.

Thought, thy wish was father to
pensive, beauty in, 249. that, 58.
hinder needle and thread,

sicklied o'er with the
274.

pale cast of, 82.
idle tears, 280.

would almost say her
Teeth, skin of my, 4.

body, 97.
are set on edge, 11.

armor is his honest, 97.
Tell truth and shame the Devil,

whistled for want of,
56.

138.
Temper justice with

119.

too much thinking to
'whose unclouded ray, have common, 159.
159.

not one immoral, 191.
Temple, nothing ill can dwell in

like a pleasant, 231.
such a, 26.

the dome of, 259.
Temples, groves were God's first,

the

power of, 266.
284.

-, deeper than speech, 291.
Tenderly, take her up, 274. Thoughts, hospitable, i17.
Tenor, noiseless, of their way,

a dark soul and foul,
196.

122.
Terror, there is no, in your threats,

shut up want air, 175.
68.

that breathe, 195.
Text, many a holy, 196.

too deep for tears, 238.
a rivulet of, 219.

great, 278.
That it should come to this, 76.

of men are widened, 279.
Theams, thoughts transcend our, Thousand, one shall become a, 11.
136.

Thread of his verbosity, 35.
Theban, talk with this learned,

feels at each, 155.
71.

Thrice is he armed, 60.
There, 't is neither here nor, 90. Thrift, thrift, Horatio, 76.
Thespis, the first professor of our may follow fawning, 83.

Throne, my bosom's lord sits
Thetis, lap of, 133.

lightly in his, 74.
They conquer love that run away, Thrones, dominations, 117.
101.

Throng the lowest of your, 116.
Thick and thin, to dash through, Thumbs, by the pricking of my,
140.

49.
Thief in the night, will come as a, Thunder, lightning, or in rain, 44.
25.

leaps the live, 261.
doth fear each bush, 60. Thwack, with many a stiff, 132.
of time, 174.

Thyme, whereon the wild, grows,
Thing, acting of a dreadful, 66. 34.

-, sweetest, that ever grew, Tide in the affairs of men, 68.
228.

Tidings, dismal, when he frowned,
-, never says a foolish, 143. 203.
Things left undone, 13.

Tie, the silken, 252.
unutterable, 184.

Tiger, in war imitate the, 59.
God's sons are, 189. Tilt at all I meet, 165.

art, 142.

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Timber, seasoned, never gives, 102. | To-morrow and to-morrow, 52.
Time, now is the accepted, 23.

to fresh woods, 124.
and the hour, 44.

do thy worst, 142.
to the last syllable of re-

cheerful as to-day,159.
corded, 52.

the darkest day, live
so hallowed and gracious,

till, 215.
75.

-, already walks, 246.
is out of joint, 79.

To-morrows, confident, 240.
not of an age, but for all, 99. Tongue, braggart with my, 51.
shall throw
a dart at thee,99.

let the candid, 83.
how small a part of, 108.

dropped manna, 113.
with thee conversing, I for-

that Shakespeare spake,
got all, 116.

231.
what will it not subdue,

music's golden, 271.
292.

Tongues in trees, 39.
we take no note of, 174.

evil, 117.
elaborately thrown away,

whispering, 242.
179.

Too early seen unknown, 72.
tooth of, 179.

late I stayed, 203.
toiled after him in vain, 187. Tooth for tooth, 2.

adds increase to her truth, - sharper than a serpent's, 70.
192.

of time, 179.
has not cropt the roses, 192. Toothache, philosopher that could
noiseless foot of, 241.

endure the, 33.
count by heart-throbs, 282. Top of my bent, 84.

footprints on the sands of, Torrent of a woman's will, 182.
287.

roll darkling down the,
has laid his hand gently, 289. 188.
break the legs of, 290.

and whirlwind's roar,
writes no wrinkle on thy 201.
azure brow, 263.

Torrents, motionless, 244.
foremost files of, 279. Touch not, taste not, 23.
to mourn, lacks, 282.

harmonious, 189.
Time's noblest offspring, 172. Touched nothing, that he did not
Times that try men's souls, 302.

adorn, 190.
Tinkling cymbals, 22.

Towered cities please us, 125.
Title long and dark, 139.

Towers, the cloud-capt, 26.
Toad, ugly and venomous, 39. Trade's proud empire, 188.
To be or not to be, 81.

Train up a child, 7.
To-day, be wise, 174.

-, a melancholy, 202.
Toe, on the light fantastic, 125. Traitors, our doubts are, 30.
Toil and trouble, 49.

our fears make

us,

50.
, envy, want the jail, 187. Transmitter of a foolish face, 181.

those who think must govern Traps, Cupid kills with, 32.
those who, 201.

Tray, Blanch, and Sweetheart, 71.
and trouble, why all this, 236. Treasure is, your heart will be
Tolerable and not to be endured, where your, 14.
33.

Treasures, three, the good man
Tomb of him who would have has, 245.
made glad the world, 283. Tree, like a green bay, 5.

-, though sorrows encompass is known by his fruit, 15.
the, 258.

's inclined, as the twig is
Tombs, hark, from the, 181.

bent, 185.
To-morrow, boast not thyself of, 8. of deepest root is found, 209.

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Trees, tongues in, 39.

Unadorned, adorned the most,
Trencherman, valiant, 32.

184.
Tribe, the badge of our,

36.

Unanimity is wonderful, 219.
richer than all his, 91. Uncertain, coy, and hard to please,
Tribute of a sigh, 196.

253.
not one cent for, 306. Uncle, O my prophetic soul! my,
Trick worth two of that, 55.

78.
Tricks, fantastic, 30.

Unction, flattering, 85.
Tried, 'she is to blame who has Underneath this stone doth lie, 99.
been, 171.

sable hearse, 99.
Trifles light as air, 89.

Uneasy lies the head, 58.
Triton of the minnows, 64. Unfit, for all things, 205.
and his wreathed horn, Unfortunate, one more,

274.
235.

Unity, to dwell together in, 6.
Troop, farewell the plumed, 89. Universe, born for the, 205.
Trope, out there flew a, 130. Unknelled, uncoffined, 263.
Trouble, war, he sung, is toil and, Unknown, too early seen, 72.
137.

-, argues yourselves, 116.
Troubles, arms against a sea of,

live unseen, 162.
81.

Unseen, born to blush, 196.
Trowel, laid on with a, 39. Unutterable things, 184.
Troy, half his, was burned, 57. Unwept, uahonored, and unsung,
fired another, 138.

252.
True, so sad, so tender, and so, 193. Unwhipped of justice, 70.
-, dare to be, 102.

Uses, to what base, 86.
Truth is great and mighty, 12. Utterance of the early gods, 272.

doubt, to be a liar, 80. Utica, no pent-up, 258.
miscalled simplicity, 91.

in every shepherd's tongue, Vain pomp and glory, 63.
93.

Vale of years, 89.
bright countenance of, 127. of life, 196.
and daylight meet, 129.

meanest floweret of the, 197.
impossible to be soiled, 129. Valiant taste of death but once,
from pole to pole, 151. 66.

severe by fairy fiction drest, Vallombrosa, the brooks in, 111.
195.

Valor, discretion the better part,
-, whispering tongues can 56.
poison, 242.

is oozing out, 219.
and pure delight, 237. Vanity and vexation of spirit, 8.

denies all eloquence to woe, of vanities, 10.
266.

Variety, her infinite, 69.
crushed to earth, 285.

's the spice of life, 211.
stranger than fiction, 270. Vase, you may shatter the, 256.
is beauty, 271.

Vault, the deep, damp, 176.
Turf, green be the, 286.

-, fretted, 196.
Turtle, love of the, 264.

Vaulting ambition, 46.
Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Vein, I am not in the, 61.
171.

Venice, I stood in, 261.
Twilight gray, in sober livery, 116. Verbosity, thread of his, 35.
disastrous, 112.

Verge enough, 195.
Two strings to his bow, 135. Veri seasons of the year, 128.
Type of the wise, 234.

Verse, married to immortal, 126.

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Una with her milk white lamb,237.

tal, 240.

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