English poetry

Poems in English

Poem 96

SHe tooke him streight full pitiously lamenting, And wrapt him in her smock: She wrapt him softly, all the while […]

Sonnet IIII

NEw yeare forth looking out of Ianus gate, Doth seeme to promise hope of new delight: And bidding th’old Adieu, […]

Sonnet LI

DOe I not see that fayrest ymages Of hardest Marble are of purpose made? For that they should endure through […]

Poem 90

IN youth before I waxed old. The blynd boy Venus baby, For want of cunning made me bold, In bitter […]

Sonnet XLIII

SHall I then silent be or shall I speake? And if I speake, her wrath renew I shall: And if […]

Poem 22

ANd thou great Iuno, which with awful might The lawes of wedlock still dost patronize, And the religion of the […]

Sonnet X

VNrighteous Lord of loue what law is this, That me thou makest thus tormented be: The whiles she lordeth in […]

Sonnet LXIII

AFter long stormes and tempests sad assay, Which hardly I endured heretofore: In dread of death and daungerous dismay, With […]

Sonnet LXXIX

MEn call you fayre, and you doe credit it, For that your selfe ye dayly such doe see: But the […]

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