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Herbert J.C. Grierson, ed. (1886–1960). Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th C.  1921.
 
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   LOVE POEMS
John Donne. 1.Good-morrow
2.Goe, and catche a falling starre
3.Sunne Rising
4.Lovers infinitenesse
5.Sweetest love, I do not goe
6.Aire and Angels
7.Anniversarie
8.Twicknam garden
9.Dreame
10.A Valediction: of weeping
11.Message
12.A nocturnall upon S. Lucies day
13.A Valediction: forbidding mourning
14.Extasie
15.Funerall
16.Blossome
17.Relique
18.Prohibition
19.Expiration
John Hoskins. 20.Absence
Sir Henry Wotton. 21.On his Mistris, the Queen of Bohemia
Aurelian Townshend. 22.Loves Victory
13.Upon kinde and true Love
Lord Herbert of Cherbury. 24.Elegy over a Tomb
25.An Ode upon a Question moved
Thomas Carew. 26.Mediocrity in love rejected
27.To my inconstant Mistris
28.A deposition from love
29.Ingratefull beauty threatned
30.Eternity of Love protested
31.To a Lady that desired I would love her
32.Ask me no more where Jove bestowes
William Habington. 33.To Roses in the bosome of Castara
Sir John Suckling. 34.Of thee (kind boy) I ask no red and white
35.Oh! for some honest Lovers ghost
36.My dearest Rival, least our Love
37.Out upon it, I have lov'd
Sir Francis Kynaston. 38.To Cynthia. On concealment of her beauty
Sidney Godolphin. 39.Noe more unto my thoughts appeare
40.Cloris, it is not thy disdaine
John Cleveland. 41.Upon Phillis walking in a morning before Sun-rising
Sir William Davenant. 42.Lark now leaves his watry Nest
43.Before we shall again behold
Richard Crashaw. 44.Loves Horoscope
45.Wishes. To his (supposed) Mistresse
Richard Lovelace. 46.To Lucasta, Going beyond the Seas
47.To Lucasta, Going to the Warres
48.Gratiana dauncing and singing
49.Scrutinie
50.To Althea, From Prison
Henry Vaughan. 51.To Amoret gone from him
John Hall. 52.Call
53.An Epicurean Ode
Thomas Stanley. 54.Repulse
55.To Celia pleading want of Merit
56.La Belle Confidente
57.Divorce
58.Exequies
Henry King. 59.Tell me no more how fair she is
Abraham Cowley. 60.Spring
61.Change
Andrew Marvell. 62.To his Coy Mistress
63.Gallery
64.Fair Singer
65.Definition of Love
66.Picture of little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers
Katherine Philips. 67.To my Excellent Lucasia, on our Friendship
68.To my Lucasia, in defence of declared Friendship
  
   DIVINE POEMS
John Donne. Holy Sonnets
 69. Thou hast made me, And shall thy worke decay?
 70. This is my playes last scene, here heavens appoint
 71. At the round earths imagin'd corners, blow
 72. Death be not proud, though some have called thee
 73. What if this present were the worlds last night?
 74. Batter my heart, three person'd God; for, you
 75. Show me deare Christ, thy spouse, so bright and clear
76.Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward
77.A Hymne to Christ
78.Hymne to God my God, in my sicknesse
79.To Christ
Sir Henry Wotton. 80.A Hymn to my God in a night of my late Sicknesse
Ignoto. 81.A Dialogue betwixt God and the Soul
John Milton. 82.On the Morning of Christs Nativity
George Herbert. 83.Redemption
84.Easter wings
85.Affliction
86.Jordan
87.Church-floore
88.Windows
89.Vertue
90.Life
91.Jesu
92.Collar
93.Aaron
94.Discipline
95.Love
Francis Quarles. 96.Why dost thou shade thy lovely face?
97.Ev'n like two little bank-dividing brookes
William Habington. 98.Nox nocti indicat Scientiam
Sidney Godolphin. 99.Lord when the wise men came from farr
Richard Crashaw. 100.To the Countesse of Denbigh
101.Hymn of the Nativity
102.Hymn in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
103.Saint Mary Magdalene
104.Hymn to Saint Teresa
Henry Vaughan. 105.Regeneration
106.Retreate
107.And do they so? have they a Sense
108.Man
109.Ascension-Hymn
110.As time one day by me did pass
111.Dwelling-place
112.Night
113.Water-fall
114.Quickness
John Hall. 115.A Pastorall Hymne
Edward Sherburne. 116.Proud Ægyptian Queen, her Roman Guest
Sir William Davenant. 117.Christians reply to the Phylosopher
Andrew Marvell. 118.A Dialogue between Soul and Pleasure
119.Coronet
120.A Dialogue between the Soul and Body
  
   MISCELLANIES. Elegies, Epistles, Satires, and Meditations
John Donne. 121.His Picture
122.On his Mistris
123.Satyre
124.To Sir H. W. at his going Ambassador to Venice
125.To the Countesse of Bedford
Ignoto. 126.Farewel ye guilded follies, pleasing troubles
Thomas Carew. 127.An Elegie upon the death of Dr. John Donne
128.To my worthy friend Mr. George Sandys
129.Maria Wentworth, Thomæ Comitis Cleveland
John Milton. 130.On Shakespear. 1630
John Cleveland. 131.An Elegy on Ben. Jonson
Sir William Davenant. 132.To the Queen
133.For the Lady Olivia Porter
Richard Lovelace. 134.Grasse-hopper
Abraham Cowley. 135.Of Wit
136.Against Hope
Richard Crashaw. 137.Answer for Hope
Abraham Cowley. 138.On the Death of Mr. Crashaw
139.Destinie
140.To Light
John Hall. 141.On an Houre-glasse
Henry King. 142.Exequy
143.A Contemplation upon flowers
Andrew Marvell. 144.On a Drop of Dew
145.Garden
Samuel Butler. 146.Metaphysical Sectarian
 
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