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Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley


Shelley, Percy Bysshe

o 'Mighty Eagle'

o 'O That A Chariot Of Cloud Were Mine'

o Adonais

o Alastor: Or, The Spirit Of Solitude

o Allegory, An

o Another Fragment: To Music

o Another Version Of The Same

o Arethusa

o Autumn: A Dirge

o Aziola, The

o Bereavement from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o Bigotry's Victim

o Birth Of Pleasure, The

o Boat On The Serchio, The

o Bridal Song, A

o Buona Notte

o Cancelled Fragments Of The Ode To Heaven

o Cancelled Passage

o Cancelled Passage Of Mont Blanc

o Cancelled Passage Of The Ode To Liberty

o Cancelled Passages Of Adonais

o Cancelled Stanza

o Cancelled Stanza Of The Mask Of Anarchy

o Cloud, The

o Cyclops: A Satyric Drama Translated From The Greek Of Euripides, The

o Daemon Of The World: A Fragment, The

o Death [Death is here and death is there]

o Death [They die--the dead return not--Misery]

o Despair

o Devil's Walk: A ballad, The

o Dialogue, A

o Dirge, A

o Dirge For The Year

o Drowned Lover, The from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o Epigrams [to Stella, Kissing Helena, Spirit Of Plato, Circumstance]

o Epipsychidion

o Epitaph

o Epitaphium

o Epithalamium

o Evening: Ponte Al Mare, Pisa

o Evening: To Harriet

o Exhortation, An

o Eyes: A Fragment

o Feelings Of A Republican On The Fall Of Bonaparte

o Fiordispina

o First Canzone Of The Convito, The

o Fragment From The Wandering Jew

o Fragment Of A Ghost Story

o Fragment Of A Satire On Satire

o Fragment Of A Sonnet: Farewell To North Devon

o Fragment Of A Sonnet: To Harriet

o Fragment Of The Elegy On The Death Of Adonis

o Fragment Of The Elegy On The Death Of Bion

o Fragment On Keats

o Fragment: "Amor Aeternus"

o Fragment: "Igniculus Desiderii"

o Fragment: 'A Gentle Story Of Two Lovers Young'

o Fragment: 'Alas! This Is Not What I Thought Life Was'

o Fragment: 'and That I Walk Thus Proudly Crowned'

o Fragment: 'Follow To The Deep Wood's Weeds'

o Fragment: 'Great Spirit'

o Fragment: 'I Faint, I Perish With My Love!'

o Fragment: 'I Stood Upon A Heaven-Cleaving Turret'

o Fragment: 'I Would Not Be A King'

o Fragment: 'Is It That In Some Brighter Sphere'

o Fragment: 'Methought I Was A Billow In The Crowd'

o Fragment: 'My Head Is Wild With Weeping'

o Fragment: 'O Thou Immortal Deity'

o Fragment: 'Such Hope, As Is The Sick Despair Of Good'

o Fragment: 'The Death Knell Is Ringing'

o Fragment: 'The Rude Wind Is Singing'

o Fragment: 'The Viewless And Invisible Consequence'

o Fragment: 'unrisen Splendour Of The Brightest Sun'

o Fragment: 'Wake The Serpent Not'

o Fragment: 'What Men Gain Fairly'

o Fragment: 'When A Lover Clasps His Fairest'

o Fragment: 'When Soft Winds And Sunny Skies'

o Fragment: 'Ye Gentle Visitations Of Calm Thought'

o Fragment: A Roman's Chamber

o Fragment: A Tale Untold

o Fragment: A Wanderer

o Fragment: Adapted From The Vita Nuova Of Dante

o Fragment: Apostrophe To Silence

o Fragment: Beauty's Halo

o Fragment: Home

o Fragment: Love The Universe To-Day

o Fragment: Love's Tender Atmosphere

o Fragment: May The Limner

o Fragment: Milton's Spirit

o Fragment: Music And Sweet Poetry

o Fragment: Pater Omnipotens

o Fragment: Rain

o Fragment: Satan Broken Loose

o Fragment: Sufficient Unto the Day

o Fragment: Supposed To Be An Epithalamium

o Fragment: The Deserts Of Dim Sleep

o Fragment: The False Laurel And The True

o Fragment: The Lady Of The South

o Fragment: The Lake's Margin

o Fragment: The Sepulchre Of Memory

o Fragment: The Vine-Shroud

o Fragment: Thoughts Come And Go In Solitude

o Fragment: To A Friend Released From Prison

o Fragment: To Italy

o Fragment: To Music, A

o Fragment: To One Singing

o Fragment: To The Mind Of Man

o Fragment: To The Moon

o Fragment: To The People Of England

o Fragment: Wedded Souls

o Fragment: Wine Of The Fairies

o Fragment: Yes! all is past--swift time has fled away

o Fragment: Zephyrus The Awakener

o Fragments Of An Unfinished Drama

o Fragments Supposed To Be Parts Of Otho

o Fragments Written For Hellas

o From The Arabic: An Imitation

o From The Greek Of Moschus

o From The Original Draft Of The Poem To William Shelley

o From Vergil's Fourth Georgic

o From Vergil's Tenth Eclogue

o Fugitives, The

o Ginevra

o Good-Night

o Hate-Song, A

o Homer's Hymn To Castor And Pollux

o Homer's Hymn To Minerva

o Homer's Hymn To The Earth: Mother Of All

o Homer's Hymn To The Moon

o Homer's Hymn To The Sun

o Homer's Hymn To Venus

o Hymn Of Apollo

o Hymn Of Pan

o Hymn To Intellectual Beauty

o Hymn To Mercury. Translated From The Greek Of Homer

o Indian Serenade, The

o Invocation To Misery

o Isle, The

o Julian And Maddalo: A Conversation

o Lament, A

o Letter To Maria Gisborne

o Liberty

o Lines To A Critic

o Lines To A Reviewer

o Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills

o Lines Written During The Castlereagh Administration.

o Lines Written In The Bay Of Lerici

o Lines Written On Hearing The News Of The Death Of Napoleon

o Lines: 'We Meet Not As We Parted'

o Lines: 'When The Lamp Is Shattered'

o Lines: Far, far away, O ye

o Lines: That time is dead for ever, child

o Lines: The cold earth slept below

o Love

o Love's Philosophy

o Love's Rose

o Love, Hope, Desire, And Fear

o Magnetic Lady To Her Patient, The

o Marenghi

o Marianne's Dream

o Mask Of Anarchy, The

o Matilda Gathering Flowers

o Melody To A Scene Of Former Times

o Mont Blanc

o Music

o Mutability [The flower that smiles to-day]

o Mutability [We are as clouds that veil the midnight moon]

o New National Anthem, A

o Ode To Heaven

o Ode To Liberty

o Ode To Naples

o Ode To The West Wind

o Ode, Written October, 1819, An

o On A Faded Violet

o On A Fete At Carlton House: Fragment

o On An Icicle That Clung To The Grass Of A Grave

o On Death

o On Fanny Godwin

o On Leaving London For Wales

o On Robert Emmet's Grave

o On The Dark Height Of Jura from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o On The Medusa Of Leonardo Da Vinci In The Florentine Gallery

o Original Poetry By Victor And Cazire

o Orpheus

o Otho

o Ozymandias

o Pan, Echo, And The Satyr

o Passage Of The Apennines

o Passages Of The Poem, Or Connected Therewith

o Past, The

o Peter Bell The Third

o Pine Forest Of The Cascine Near Pisa, The

o Prince Athanase: A Fragment

o Queen Mab

o Question, The

o Remembrance

o Retrospect: Cwm Elan, 1812, The

o Revolt of Islam: A poem in 12 Cantos, The

o Rosalind And Helen: A Modern Eclogue

o Same, The

o Scene From 'Tasso'

o Scenes From The Faust Of Goethe

o Scenes From The Magico Prodigioso: From The Spanish Of Calderon

o Sensitive Plant, The

o Similes For Two Political Characters Of 1819

o Sister Rosa: A Ballad from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o Solitary, The

o Song For 'Tasso'

o Song From The Wandering Jew

o Song Of Proserpine While Gathering Flowers On The Plain Of Enna

o Song To The Men Of England

o Song: Rarely, rarely, comest thou

o Sonnet To Byron

o Sonnet: England In 1819

o Sonnet: From The Italian Of Dante

o Sonnet: Guido Cavalcanti To Dante Alighieri

o Sonnet: Lift not the painted veil which those who live

o Sonnet: On Launching Some Bottles Filled With Knowledge Into The Bristol Channel

o Sonnet: Political Greatness

o Sonnet: To A Balloon Laden With Knowledge

o Sonnet: Ye hasten to the grave! What seek ye there

o Spectral Horseman, The

o St. Irvyne's Tower from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o Stanza

o Stanza From A Translation Of The Marseillaise Hymn

o Stanza, Written At Bracknell

o Stanzas From Calderon's Cisma De Inglaterra

o Stanzas Written In Dejection, Near Naples

o Stanzas.--April, 1814

o Summer And Winter

o Summer Evening Churchyard, A

o Sunset., The

o Tale Of Society As It Is: From Facts, 1811, A

o Time

o Time Long Past

o To -- [One word is too often profaned]

o To -- [When passion's trance is overpast]

o To -- [Yet look on me--take not thine eyes away]

o To --- [Music, when soft voices die]

o To --- [Oh! there are spirits of the air]

o To ---- [I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden]

o To A Skylark

o To A Star

o To Constantia

o To Constantia, Singing

o To Death

o To Edward Williams

o To Emilia Viviani

o To Harriet [It is not blasphemy to hope that Heaven]

o To Harriet [Thy look of love has power to calm]

o To Harriet [Whose is the love that gleaming through the world]

o To Ianthe

o To Ireland

o To Jane: The Invitation

o To Jane: The Recollection

o To Jane: [The Keen Stars Were Twinkling]

o To Mary

o To Mary Shelley [My dearest Mary, wherefore hast thou gone]

o To Mary Shelley [The world is dreary]

o To Mary Who Died In This Opinion

o To Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin

o To Night

o To Sophia [Miss Stacey]

o To The Lord Chancellor

o To The Moon

o To The Moonbeam

o To The Nile

o To The Queen Of My Heart

o To The Republicans Of North America

o To William Shelley [My lost William, thou in whom]

o To William Shelley [The billows on the beach are leaping around it]

o To William Shelley [Thy little footsteps on the sands]

o To Wordsworth

o To-morrow

o Tower Of Famine, The

o Triumph Of Life, The

o Two Spirits: An Allegory, The

o Ugolino

o Variation Of The Song Of The Moon

o Verses On A Cat

o Victoria from 'Poems from St. Irvyne; Or, the Rosicrucian'

o Vision Of The Sea, A

o Wandering Jew's Soliloquy, The

o Waning Moon, The

o War

o Witch Of Atlas, The

o With A Guitar, To Jane

o Woodman And The Nightingale, The

o World's Wanderers, The

o Zucca, The