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Alphabetical List
of
LORD BYRON'S POEMS
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AGE OF BRONZE
 

ALL IS VANITY, SAITH THE PREACHER
 

AN OCCASIONAL PROLOGUE
 

AN ODE TO THE FRAMERS OF THE FRAME BILL
 

AND THOU ART DEAD, AS YOUNG AND FAIR
 

AND WILT THOU WEEP WHEN I AM LOW?
 

ANSWER TO A BEAUTIFUL POEM
 

ARISTOMENES
 

AWAY, AWAY, YE NOTES OF WOE
 

BALLAD
 

TO BELSHAZZAR
 

BEPPO
 

THE BLUES
 

THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS
 

THE CHAIN I GAVE
 

THE CHARITY BALL
 

THE CORNELIAN
 

CURSE OF MINERVA
 

DAMÆTAS
 

DARKNESS
 

THE DESTRUCTION OF SENNACHERIB
 

DEVIL'S DRIVE
 

THE DREAM
 

EGOTISM.   A LETTER TO J.T. BECHER
 

ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS
 

E NIHILO NIHIL or An Epigram Bewitched
 

THE EPISODE OF
NISUS AND EURYALUS
 

EPISTLE TO AUGUSTA
 

EUTHANASIA
 

FARE THEE WELL
 

FAREWELL
 

FAREWELL TO THE MUSE
 

FILL THE GOBLET AGAIN
 

THE FIRST KISS OF LOVE
 

FRAGMENT:  "Could I remount the river of my years . . ."
 

FRAGMENT OF A NOVEL
 

FROM ANACREON
 

THE GIAOUR
 

THE GIRL OF CADIZ
 

THE GLADIATOR
 

HEROD'S LAMENT FOR MARIAMNE
 

I SAW THEE WEEP
 

I WOULD I WERE A CARELESS CHILD
 

IF SOMETIMES IN THE HAUNTS OF MEN
 

IF THAT HIGH WORLD
 

IMITATED FROM CATULLUS --- TO ANNA
 

INSCRIPTION ON THE MONUMENT
OF A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG
 

THE ISLES OF GREECE
 

LAMENT OF TASSO
 

L'AMITIÉ EST L'AMOUR SANS AILES
 

LAST WORDS ON GREECE
 

LINES INSCRIBED UPON A CUP
FORMED FROM A SKULL
 

LINES TO MR. HODGSON
 

LOVE AND DEATH
 

LOVE'S LAST ADIEU
 

MAID OF ATHENS
 

MAZEPPA
 

MY SOUL IS DARK
 

ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE
 

OH!  SNATCH'D AWAY IN BEAUTY'S BLOOM
 

ON A CORNELIAN HEART WHICH WAS BROKEN
 

ON PARTING
 

ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY
 

ON THIS DAY I COMPLETE
MY THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR
 

ONE STRUGGLE MORE, AND I AM FREE
 

OSCAR OF ALVA
 

PARISINA
 

SONG FOR THE LUDDITES
 

THE PATRIOT
"Thy Days are Done"
 

THE PRAYER OF NATURE
 

PRISONER OF CHILLON
 

PROMETHEUS
 

QUERIES TO CASUISTS
 

REMIND ME NOT, REMIND ME NOT
 

REPLY TO SOME VERSES OF J.M.B. PIGOT, Esq.
ON THE CRUELTY OF HIS MISTRESS
 

SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY
 

SIEGE OF CORINTH
 

SOLILOQUY OF A BARD IN THE COUNRY
 

SONNET TO GENEVRA
 

SO WE'LL GO NO MORE A ROVING
 

STANZAS:
"Could love for ever. . ."
 

STANZAS:
"When a man hath no freedom to fight for at home. . ."
 

STANZAS COMPOSED DURING
A THUNDER-STORM
 

STANZAS FOR MUSIC:
" I speak not, I trace not, I breathe not thy name. . "
 

STANZAS FOR MUSIC:
" There be none of Beauty's daughters . . . "
 

STANZAS FOR MUSIC:
" There's not a joy the world can give like that it takes away . ."
 

STANZAS FOR MUSIC:
" They say that Hope is happiness . . ."
 

STANZAS TO A LADY WITH THE POEMS OF CAMOENS
 

STANZAS TO AUGUSTA  (1)
 

STANZAS TO AUGUSTA  (2)
 

STANZAS TO JESSY
 

STANZAS TO THE PO
 

STANZAS WRITTEN IN PASSING
THE AMBRACIAN GULF
 

STANZAS WRITTEN ON THE ROAD
BETWEEN FLORENCE AND PISA
 

SUN OF THE SLEEPLESS
 

THE TEAR
 

THERE WAS A TIME, I NEED NOT NAME
 

THOU ART NOT FALSE,
BUT THOU ART FICKLE
 

TO  A BEAUTIFUL QUAKER
 

TO A KNOT OF  UNGENEROUS CRITICS
 

TO A VAIN LADY
 

TO  A YOUTHFUL  FRIEND
 

TO ANNE
 

TO A  LADY . . .  who presented the author a lock of hair . .
 

TO A VAIN LADY
 

TO  . . . .  ( a.k.a. TO A  LADY )
 

TO  A . . . .  (a.k.a.  TO  M . . . . )
 

TO CAROLINE
 

TO  D . . . . .
 
 

TO ELIZA (a.k.a TO MISS E.P.)
 

TO FLORENCE
 

TO HARRIET
 

TO IANTHE
 

TO JULIA (a.k.a. TO LESBIA)
 

TO MARIA (a.k.a TO EMMA)
 

TO THE COUNTESS OF BLESSINGTON
 

TO MARY
 

TO MARION
 

TO ROMANCE
 

TO THE SIGHING STREPHON
 

TO THOMAS MOORE
 

TO THYRZA
 

TO TIME
 

TO WOMAN
 

TRANSLATION FROM ANACREON:  "Ode 3"
 

TRANSLATION FROM ANACREON:  "To His Lyre"
 

TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS --- AD LESBIAM
 

TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS ---
LUCTUS DE MORTE PASSERIS
 

TRANSLATION FROM THE MEDEA OF EURIPIDES
 

TRANSLATION OF THE FAMOUS GREEK WAR SONG
 

TRANSLATION OF THE ROMAIC SONG
 

A VERY MOURNFUL BALLAD ON THE
SIEGE AND CONQUEST OF ALHAMA
 

VISION OF BELSHAZZAR
 

THE WALTZ
 

WATERLOO
 

WHEN COLDNESS WRAPS THIS SUFFERING CLAY
 

WHEN I ROVED A YOUNG HIGHLANDER
 

WHEN WE TWO PARTED
 

WRITTEN AFTER SWIMMING
FROM SESTOS TO ABYDOS
 

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