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The Dogma of Christ & Other Essays on Religion, Psychology & Culture
Erich Fromm

The Complete Poems

The Complete Poems - Samuel Taylor Coleridge Introduction
Acknowledgements
Table of Dates
Further Reading


--Easter Holidays
--Dura navis
--Nil pejus est caelibe vita
--Sonnet to the Autumnal Moon
--Julia
--Quae nocent docent
--The Nose
--Life
--To the Muse
--Destruction of the Bastile
--Anthem for the Children of Christ's Hospital
--Progress of Vice
--Monody on the Death of Chatterton (first version)
--Monody on the Death of Chatterton (second version)
--An Invocation
--Anna and Harland
--To the Evening Star
--Pain
--On a Lady Weeping
--Monody on a Tea-Kettle
--Genevieve
--On Receiving an Account that his Only Sister's Death Was Inevitable
--On Seeing a Youth Affectionately Welcomed by a Sister
--A Mathematical Problem
--Honour
--On Imitation
--Inside the Coach
--Devonshire Roads
--Music
--Absence: A Farewell Ode on Quitting School for Jesus College, Cambridge
--Sonnet on the Same
--Happiness
--A Wish Written in Jesus Wood, February 10th 1792
--An Ode in the Manner of Anacreon
--To Disappointment
--A Fragment Found in a Lecture-Room
--Ode
--A Lover's Complaint to his Mistress
--With Fielding's Amelia
--Written After a Walk Before Supper
--Imitated from Ossian
--The Complaint of Ninathóma, from the Same
--The Rose
--Kisses
--Sonnet ('Thou gentle look')
--Sonnet to the River Otter
--Lines on an Autumnal Evening
--To Fortune: On Buying a Ticket in the Irish Lottery
--Perspiration: A Travelling Eclogue
--Lines written at the King's Arms, Ross, formerly the House of the 'Man of Ross'
--Imitated from the Welsh
--Lines to a Beautiful Spring in a Village
--Imitations Ad Lyram
--The Sigh
--The Kiss
--To a Young Lady, with a Poem on the French Revolution
--Translation of Wrangham's 'Hendecasyllabi ad Bruntonam e Granta Exituram'
--To Miss Brunton with the Preceding Translation
--Epitaph on an Infant
--[Pantisocracy]
--On the Prospect of Establishing a Pantisocracy in America
--Elegy, Imitated from One of Akenside's Blank-Verse Inscriptions
--The Faded Flower
--Sonnet ('Pale Roamer through the night!')
--Domestic Peace
--Sonnet ('Thou bleedest, my poor Heart!')
--Sonnet to the Author of the 'Robbers'
--Melancholy: A Fragment
--Songs of the Pixies
--To a Young Ass, its Mother being Tethered Near it
--Lines on a Friend Who Died of a Frenzy Fever Induced by Calumnious Reports
--To a Friend, together with an Unfinished Poem

Sonnets on Eminent Characters:
--1 To the Honourable Mr Erskine
--2 Burke
--3 Priestly
--4 La Fayette
--5 Koskiusko
--6 Pitt
--7 To the Rev. W. L. Bowles (two versions)
--8 Mrs Siddons
--9 To William Godwin, Author of 'Political Justice'
--10 To Robert Southey, of Balliol College, Oxford, Author of the 'Retrospect', and Other Poems
--11 To Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq.
--12 To Lord Stanhope, on Reading his Late Protest in the House of Lords

--To Earl Stanhope
--Lines to a Friend in Answer to a Melancholy Letter
--To an Infant
--To the Rev. W. J. Hort, while teaching a young lady some song-tunes on his flute
--Sonnet ('Sweet Mercy! how my very heart has bled')
--To the Nightingale
--Lines composed while climbing the left ascent of Brockley Coomb, Somersetshire, May 1795
--Lines in the Manner of Spenser
--To the Author of Poems published anonymously at Bristol in September 1795
--The Production of a Young Lady, addressed to the author of the poems alluded to in the preceding epistle
--Effusion XXXV. Composed August 20th 1795, at Clevedon, Somersetshire
--The Eolian Harp
--Lines written at Shurton Bars, near Bridgewater, September 1795, in answer to a letter from Bristol
--Reflections on Having Left a Place of Retirement
--On Donne's Poetry
--The Hour When We Shall Meet Again
--The Destiny of Nations
--Religious Musings
--From an Unpublished Poem
--On Observing a Blossom on the First of February 1796
--Verses addressed to J. Horne Tooke
--On a Late Connubial Rupture in High Life
--Sonnet written on receiving letters informing me of the birth of a Son, I being at Birmingham
--Sonnet composed on a journey homeward; the author having received intelligence of the birth of a son, September 20th 1796
--Sonnet to a friend who asked, how I felt when the nurse first presented my infant to me
--Sonnet [to Charles Lloyd]
--To a Young Friend, on his Proposing to Domesticate with the Author. Composed in 1796
--Addressed to a Young Man of Fortune Who Abandoned Himself to an Indolent and Causeless Melancholy
--To a Friend Who Had Declared his Intention of Writing No More Poetry
--Ode to the Departing Year
--The Raven
--To an Unfortunate Woman
--To the Rev. George Coleridge
--On the Christening of a Friend's Child
--Inscription by the Rev. W. L. Bowles in Nether Stowey Church
--This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison
--The Foster-Mother's Tale
--The Dungeon

Sonnets Attempted in the Manner of Contemporary Writers:
--Sonnet I
--Sonnet II
--Sonnet III

--Parliamentary Oscillators
--The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere (1798)
--The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1834)
--Christabel
--Lines to W. L. while he Sang a Song to Purcell's Music
--The Three Graves
--The Wanderings of Cain
--Fire, Famine, and Slaughter
--The Old Man of the Alps
--The Apotheosis, or The Snow-Drop
--Frost at Midnight
--France. An Ode
--Lewti, or the Circassian Love-Chaunt
--To a Young Lady on her Recovery from a Fever
--Fears in Solitude
--The Nightingale
--The Ballad of the Dark Ladie
--Kubla Khan: Or, A Vision in a Dream
--[Lines from a notebook - September 1798]
--[Hexameters:] William, My Teacher, My Friend!
--[Translation of a passage in Ottfried's metrical paraphrase of the Gospel]
--[Fragmentary translation of the Song of Deborah]
--Catullian Hendecasyllables
--The Homeric Hexameter Described and Exemplified
--The Ovidian Elegiac Metre Described and Exemplified
--On a Cataract
--Tell's Birth-Place
--The Visit of the Gods
--On an Infant which Died before Baptism
--Something Childish, but Very Natural
--Home-Sick, Written in Germany
--The Virgin's Cradle-Hymn
--Lines written in the album at Elbingerode, in the Hartz Forest
--The British Stripling's War-Song
--Names
--The Devil's Thoughts
--Lines Composed in a Concert-Room
--The Exchange
--[Paraphrase of Psalm 46. Hexameters]
--Hymn to the Earth. Hexameters
--Mahomet
--Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
--A Christmas Carol
--On an Insignificant
--Job's Luck
--Love
--The Madman and the Lethargist, an Example
--On a Volunteer Singer
--Talleyrand to Lord Grenville
--The Two Round Spaces on the Tomb-Stone
--The Mad Monk
--A Stranger Minstrel
--Inscription for a Seat by the Road Side Half-Way Up a Steep Hill Facing South
--Apologia Pro Vita Sua
--The Night Scene: A Dramatic Fragment
--On Revisiting the Sea-Shore
--Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath
--Drinking versus Thinking
--An Ode to the Rain
--The Wills of the Wisp
--Ode to Tranquility
--A Letter to ---------, April 4th 1802. Sunday Evening
--Dejection: An Ode
--[A Soliloquy of the full Moon, She being in a Mad Passion--]
--Answer to a Child's Question
--A Day Dream
--The Day-Dream
--To Asra
--The Happy Husband
--A Thought Suggested by a View of Saddleback in Cumberland
--[Untitled]
--The Keepsake
--The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution
--Hymn before Sun-Rise, in the Vale of Chamouni
--The Good, Great Man
--The Knight's Tomb
--To Matilda Betham from a Stranger
--Westphalian Song
--The Pains of Sleep
--[Lines from a notebook - September 1803]
--[Lines from a notebook - February-March 1804]
--[What is Life?]
--[Lines from a notebook - April 1805]
--[Lines from a notebook - May-June 1805]
--Phantom
--[An Angel Visitant]
--Reason for Love's Blindness
--[Untitled]
--Constancy to an Ideal Object
--[Lines from a notebook - March 1806]
--[Lines from a notebook - June 1806]
--Farewell to Love
--Time, Real and Imaginary
--[Lines from a notebook - 1806]
--[Lines from a notebook - October-November 1806]
--[Lines from a notebook - 1806]
--[Lines from a notebook - November-December 1806]
--[Lines from a notebook - February 1807]
--[Lines from a notebook - February 1807]
--[Lines from a manuscript - 1807-8]
--[Lines from a notebook - July 1807; includes lines previously published separately as 'Coeli enarrant']
--[Lines from a notebook - January 1808]
--To William Wordsworth
--Metrical Feet. Lesson for a Boy
--Recollections of Love
--The Blossoming of the Solitary Date-Tree. A Lament
--To Two Sisters
--On Taking Leave of -------, 1817
--A Child's Evening Prayer
--Ad Vilmum Axiologum
--Psyche
--[Sonnet - translated from Marino]
--[Fragment: 'Two wedded Hearts']
--A Tombless Epitaph
--On a Clock in a Market-Place
--Separation
--The Visionary Hope
--[Lines from a notebook - 1811]
--[Fragment of an ode on Napoleon]
--[Lines inscribed on the fly-leaf of Benedetto Menzini's 'Poesie' (1782)]
--[Lines from a notebook - May-June 1811]
--[Lines from a notebook - May-July 1811]
--[Lines from a notebook - May 1814?]
--[Lines from a notebook - 1815-16]
--[Lines from a notebook - 1815-16]
--On Donne's First Poem
--Limbo
--Moles
--Ne plus ultra
--The Suicide's Argument
--[An Invocation: from 'Remorse']
--God's Omnipresence, a Hymn
--To a Lady. With Falconer's 'Shipwreck'
--Human Life, on the Denial of Immortality
--[Song from 'Zapolya']
--[Hunting Song from 'Zapolya']
--[Faith, Hope, and Charity. From the Italian of Guarini]
--Fancy in Nubibus
--Israel's Lament
--A Character
--Lines to a Comic Author, on an Abusive Review
--To Nature
--The Tears of a Grateful People
--First Advent of Love
--[Reason]
--[Lines from a notebook - 1822]
--From the German
--The Reproof and Reply
--Youth and Age
--Desire
--The Delinquent Travellers
--Song, ex improviso
--Work Without Hope
--The Two Founts
--The Pang More Sharp Than All
--Sancti Dominici Pallium
--The Improvisatore
--Love's Burial-Place: A Madrigal
--Lines Suggested by the Last Words of Berengarius
--Epitaphium testamentarium
--Duty Surviving Self-Love
--[Homeless]
--Ἔρως ἀεὶ λάληθρος ἑταῖρος
--Song
--Profuse Kindness
--Written in an Album
--To Mary Pridham
--Verses Trivocular
--Water Ballad
--Cologne
--On my Joyful Departure from the Same City
--[The Netherlands]
--The Garden of Boccaccio
--Alice du Clos: Or The Forked Tongue. A Ballad
--Love, Hope, and Patience in Education
--[Lines written in commonplace book of Miss Barbour]
--To Miss A. T.
--Love and Friendship Opposite
--Not at Home
--W. H. Eheu!
--Phantom or Fact?
--Charity in Thought
--Humility the Mother of Charity
--['Gently I took that which urgently came']
--Cholera Cured Before Hand
--Love's Apparition and Evanishment
--To the Young Artist, Kayser of Kaserwerth
--Know Thyself
--My Baptismal Birth-Day
--Epitaph

Appendices:
1. On the Wretched Lot of the Slaves in the Isles of Western India
2. [Notebook draft of an essay on punctuation]

Notes
Index of Titles
Index of First Lines