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Herbert J.C. Grierson, ed. (1886–1960). Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th C.  1921.
 
Index of Titles
 
Aaron
Absence
A Contemplation upon flowers
A deposition from love
A Dialogue between Soul and Pleasure
A Dialogue between the Soul and Body
A Dialogue betwixt God and the Soul
Affliction
Against Hope
A Hymne to Christ
A Hymn to my God in a night of my late Sicknesse
Aire and Angels
And do they so? have they a Sense
An Elegie upon the death of Dr. John Donne
An Elegy on Ben. Jonson
An Epicurean Ode
A nocturnall upon S. Lucies day
An Ode upon a Question moved
Anniversarie
Answer for Hope
A Pastorall Hymne
Ascension-Hymn
Ask me no more where Jove bestowes
As time one day by me did pass
At the round earths imagin'd corners, blow
A Valediction: forbidding mourning
A Valediction: of weeping

Batter my heart, three person'd God; for, you
Before we shall again behold
Blossome

Call
Change
Christians reply to the Phylosopher
Church-floore
Cloris, it is not thy disdaine
Collar
Coronet

Death be not proud, though some have called thee
Definition of Love
Destinie
Discipline
Divorce
Dreame
Dwelling-place

Easter wings
Elegy over a Tomb
Eternity of Love protested
Ev'n like two little bank-dividing brookes
Exequies
Exequy
Expiration
Extasie

Fair Singer
Farewel ye guilded follies, pleasing troubles
For the Lady Olivia Porter
Funerall

Gallery
Garden
Goe, and catche a falling starre
Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward
Good-morrow
Grasse-hopper
Gratiana dauncing and singing

His Picture
Hymne to God my God, in my sicknesse
Hymn in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Hymn of the Nativity
Hymn to Saint Teresa

Ingratefull beauty threatned

Jesu
Jordan

La Belle Confidente
Lark now leaves his watry Nest
Life
Lord when the wise men came from farr
Love
Lovers infinitenesse
Loves Horoscope
Loves Victory

Man
Maria Wentworth, Thomæ Comitis Cleveland
Mediocrity in love rejected
Message
Metaphysical Sectarian
My dearest Rival, least our Love

Night
Noe more unto my thoughts appeare
Nox nocti indicat Scientiam

Of thee (kind boy) I ask no red and white
Of Wit
Oh! for some honest Lovers ghost
On a Drop of Dew
On an Houre-glasse
On his Mistris
On his Mistris, the Queen of Bohemia
On the Death of Mr. Crashaw
On Shakespear. 1630
On the Morning of Christs Nativity
Out upon it, I have lov'd

Picture of little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers
Prohibition
Proud Ægyptian Queen, her Roman Guest

Quickness

Redemption
Regeneration
Relique
Repulse
Retreate

Saint Mary Magdalene
Satyre
Scrutinie
Show me deare Christ, thy spouse, so bright and clear
Spring
Sunne Rising
Sweetest love, I do not goe

Tell me no more how fair she is
This is my playes last scene, here heavens appoint
Thou hast made me, And shall thy worke decay?
To a Lady that desired I would love her
To Althea, From Prison
To Amoret gone from him
To Celia pleading want of Merit
To Christ
To Cynthia. On concealment of her beauty
To his Coy Mistress
To Light
To Lucasta, Going beyond the Seas
To Lucasta, Going to the Warres
To my Excellent Lucasia, on our Friendship
To my inconstant Mistris
To my Lucasia, in defence of declared Friendship
To my worthy friend Mr. George Sandys
To Roses in the bosome of Castara
To Sir H. W. at his going Ambassador to Venice
To the Countesse of Bedford
To the Countesse of Denbigh
To the Queen
Twicknam garden

Upon kinde and true Love
Upon Phillis walking in a morning before Sun-rising

Vertue

Water-fall
What if this present were the worlds last night?
Why dost thou shade thy lovely face?
Windows
Wishes. To his (supposed) Mistresse
 
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