Robert Herrick's Poetry

 

1. Epithalamium: "A Nuptiall Song ... Clipseby Crew ..."

"Upon a Maid that Died"

"A Nuptiall Verse"

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2. Epigrams: Epigrams from the Hesperides : "The Pomander Bracelet," "Divination by a Daffodil," "Upon One Lily, Who Married with a Maid Called Rose," "Upon a Virgin kissing a Rose," "No Spouse but a Sister," "The Shoe Tying," ""To Love," Another [To read my book...]," "Love Perfumes All Parts," "An Epitaph upon a Child," "Upon a Wife that Died Mad with Jealousy," "Clothes do but cheat and cozen us," "To Dianeme," "To Electra," "Upon Himselfe"

More Epigrams: "Another [Who with thy leaves...]." "Upon Pink, an ill-fac'd Painter," "Upon Brock," "Upon Scobble," "To his Tomb-maker," "None free from Fault"

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3. Fairy Poems: "Oberon's Feast," "The Hag"

 

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