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Love Poems

By: WASHINGTON, Peter
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York, Everyman's Library, 1993Description: 256 pISBN: 978-0-679-42906-7Subject(s): PATMORE, COVENTRY, 1823-1896 | GRAVES, ROBERT, 1895-1985 | ANACREON, VI A.C.- | DICKINSON, EMILY, 1830-1886 | HERRICK, ROBERT, 1591-1674 | FONTAINE, JEAN DE LA, 1621-1695 | SHIBIKU, IZUMI, 974-1034 | EMPSON, WILLIAM, 1906-1984 | WALLER, EDMUND, 1606-1687 | RONSARD, PIERRE DE, 1524-1585 | SIDNEY, PHILIP, 1554-1586 | ROETHKE, THEODORE, 1908-1963 | MARVELL, ANDREW, 1621-1678 | NERUDA, PABLO, 1904-1973 | HAWTHORNDEN, DRUMMOND OF, 1585-1649 | PASTERNAK, BORIS, 1890-1960 | AKMATOVA, ANNA, 1889-1966 | SAPPHO | WILLIAMS, WILLIAM CARLOS, 1883-1963 | PLATH, SYLVIA, 1932-1963 | BERRYMAN, JOHN, 1914-1972 | VALERY, PAUL, 1871-1945 | POE, EDGAR ALLAN, 1809-1849 | MUIR, EDWIN, 1887-1959 | AUDEN, WYSTAN HUGH, 1907-1973 | FROST, ROBERT, 1874-1963 | GEROGES, ARTHUR, 1557-1625 | CAREW, THOMAS, 1594-1640 | MONTALE, EUGENIO, 1896-1981 | POESIAS | ANTOLOGIAS | COLECCIONES | WASHINGTON, PETER | AMOR EN LA LITERATURA | DONNE, JOHN, 1572-1631 | AMOR EN LA POESIA | ARGENTARIUS, MARCUS, 20 A.C.-30 D.C | YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER, 1865-1939 | RALEGH, WALTER, 1554-1618 | SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM, 1564-1616 | ZENODOTOS, 325 A.C.-DDC classification: 801.08
Contents:
DEFINITIONS AND PERSUASIONS -- COVENTRY PATMORE: The Revelation -- ROBERT GRAVES: Symptoms of Love -- ANDREW MARVELL: The Definitios of Love -- EDWIN MUIR: In love for long -- JOHN DONNE: The Anniversary -- MARCUS ARGENTAIUS: Love is not -- W.B. YEATS: A drinking song -- WALTER RALEGH: Walsinghame -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Let me not -- They that have power -- ZENODOTOS: A statue of Eros -- ANACREON : The wounded Cupid. Song -- EMILY DICKINSON: Love thou arte high -- Love is that later thing -- ANDREW MARVELL: To his coy Mistress -- JOHN DONNE: To his Mistress going to bed -- ROBERT HERRICK: To the virgins, to make much of time -- JEAN DE LA FONTAINE: Thyrsis and Amaranta -- IZUMI SHIKIBU: Come quickly -- WILLIAM EMPSON: Invitation to Juno -- EDMUND WALLER: Go, Lovely Rose -- PIERRE DE RONSARD: Corinna in Vendome LOVE AND POETRY -- PHILIP SIDNEY: Loving truth -- DIOSKORIDES: My Downfall -- THEODORE ROETHKE: Her words -- PABLO NERUDA: Tonight I can write -- DRUMMOND OF HAWTHORNDEN: I know that all -- Beneath the moon decays -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Darling, It's Frightening PRAISING THE LOVED ONE -- VENANTIUS FORTUNATUS: To the lady radegund, with violets -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: I will leave your white house -- WEN TING-YUN: A song of Chang Ching-yuan picking lotus flowers -- BORIS PASTERNAK: You're here -- SAPPHO: One girl -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: My Mistress'Eyes -- Not Marble -- WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS: Love song -- BORIS PASTERNAK: dEVOTIO IS A HEAVY CROSS -- LI SHANG-YIN: Willow -- SYLVIA PLATH: The Rival -- JOHN BERRYMAN: I wished, all the mild days -- EDGAR ALLAN POE: To Helen -- PAUL VALERY: Helen -- PIERRE DE RONSARD: Sonnet for Helen -- THEODORE ROETHKE: I knew a woman -- W.H. AUDEN: Fish in the unruffled lakes -- PABLO NERUDA: In my sky at twilight -- ROBERT FROST: Never again would birds' song beb the same -- EMILY DICKINSON: The love a life can show -- ARTHUR GORGES: Her face -- FROM: The song of Solomon -- THOMAS CAREW: A song -- JOHN DONNE: The sun rising -- LORD BYRON: She walks in beauty -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: The lord is not merciful -- ROBERT GRAVES: The portrait -- EUGENIO MONTALE: The Eel -- LECONTE DE LISLE: The Palanquin PLEASURES AND PAINS -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Wild vines -- JOACHIM DU BELLAY: To Venus -- ROBERT GRAVES: Conjunction -- CATALLUS: Phyllis and Corydon -- PABLO NERUDA: Drunk as Drunk -- RUDAKI: Came to me -- ROBERT GRAVES: The thieves -- BHARTRHARI: In former days -- CHARLES BAUDELAIRE: The jewels -- A.C. SWINBURNE: In the Orchard -- D.H. LAWRENCE: Green -- MARLOWE, AFTER OVID: Elegies, Book one, 5 -- ROBERT BROWNING: Meeting at night -- GATULLUS HOW: Many kisses -- THEODORE ROETHKE: For an amorous lady -- STEPHANE MALLARME: Another fan -- CHINESE 4TH CENTURY ANON -- Plucking the rushes -- JOHN DONNE: The good morrow -- DIODOROS ZONAS: A Pomegranate -- HORACE FROM: Odes, Book three, 15 -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: He whispers -- PAULOS: Our kisses -- PHILIP SIDNEY: With how sad steps -- THOMAS WYATT: Whoso list to hunt -- ALEXANDER PUSHKIN: I loved you -- MARIANNE MOORE: The lion in love -- W.B. YEATS: The folly of being comforted -- YEHUDA AMICHAI: Quick and bitter -- HORACE: The young bloods -- GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE: The mirabeau bridge -- JOHN CLARE: I hid my love -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: When in disgrace -- THOMAS CAMPION: Vobiscum est lope -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Ah, you thought -- DOROTHY PARKER: One perfect Rose -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Th'Expense of spirit -- PETRONIUS: Doing FIDELITY AND INCONSTANCY -- W.B. YEATS: Lullaby -- W.H. AUDEN: Lullaby -- ANDREI VOZNESENSKY: Dead still -- A.C. SWINBURNE: Love and sleep -- ROBERT GRAVES: She tells her love while half asleep -- WALT WHITMAN: When i heard at the close of day -- JOHN DONNE: The ecstasy -- ALFRED TENNYSON:From the princess -- EDWARD THOMAS: No one so much as you -- E.E. CUMMINGS: It is at moments after i have dreamed -- BORIS PASTERNAK: In the wood -- LI PO : The river.merchant's wife: a letter -- ELINOR WYLIE: Wild peaches -- ROBERT LOWELL: Man and wife -- THOMAS HARDY: She hears the storm -- MARINA TSVETAEVA: Where does this tenderness come from? -- PAULINUS OF NOLA: I, through all chances -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Cape mootch -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Many in aftertimes --- I loved you first -- ROBERT GRAVES: Never such love -- LORD ROCHESTER: Love and life -- ROBERT GRAVES: Problems of gender -- A.E. HOUSMAN: Oh, when I was in love -- MICHAEL DRAYTON: As love and I -- BHARTRHARI: She who is always in my thoughts -- ROBERT GRAVES: Friday night ABSENCE, ESTRANGEMENT AND PARTING -- KATHERINE PHILIPS: To Mrs M.A. Upon Absence -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: To the beloved -- WEN TING-YUN: In the moonlit chamber -- PAUL VALERY: The footsteps -- PAUL VERLAINE: Nevermore -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Somewhere or other -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: From you have i been absent in the spring -- PHILIP LARKIN: Talkink in bed -- THOMAS WYATT: Remembrance -- ALEXANDER POPE: Epistle to Miss Blount -- ANON: I saw my Lady -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: I wish I could remember -- T.S.. ELIOT: La figlia Che Piange -- WILLIAM EMPSON: Villanelle -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Farewell! thou art too dear -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Instead of wisdom -- FYODOR TYUTCHEV: Las love -- JOHN DONNE: Song -- MICHAEL DRAYTON: Since There's no help -- JOHN DONNE: The expiration -- HENRY KING: The exequy -- ROBERT BROWNING: The lost mistress -- THOMAS HARDY: The going LOVE PAST -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Remember -- JOSÉ-MARIA DE HEREDIA: A young dead woman -- PAUL VERLAINE: An exchange of feelings -- A.C. SWINBURNE, AFTER SAPPHO, Fromm Anactoria -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: After death -- CATULLUS: Enough -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Memory of love -- EDNA ST VINCENT MILLAY: I, being born a woman -- C.P. CAVAFY: Body, remember -- One night -- ROBERT GRAVES: Lost love -- ARTHUR SYMONS: White heliotrope -- THOMAS HARDY: The voice -- After a journey -- WALTER DE LA MARE: The ghost -- PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY: Music -- EDNA ST VINCENT MILLAY: What lips my lips have kissed -- W.B. YEATS: When you are old -- LEIGH HUNT: Jenny Kiss'd me
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DEFINITIONS AND PERSUASIONS -- COVENTRY PATMORE: The Revelation -- ROBERT GRAVES: Symptoms of Love -- ANDREW MARVELL: The Definitios of Love -- EDWIN MUIR: In love for long -- JOHN DONNE: The Anniversary -- MARCUS ARGENTAIUS: Love is not -- W.B. YEATS: A drinking song -- WALTER RALEGH: Walsinghame -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Let me not -- They that have power -- ZENODOTOS: A statue of Eros -- ANACREON : The wounded Cupid. Song -- EMILY DICKINSON: Love thou arte high -- Love is that later thing -- ANDREW MARVELL: To his coy Mistress -- JOHN DONNE: To his Mistress going to bed -- ROBERT HERRICK: To the virgins, to make much of time -- JEAN DE LA FONTAINE: Thyrsis and Amaranta -- IZUMI SHIKIBU: Come quickly -- WILLIAM EMPSON: Invitation to Juno -- EDMUND WALLER: Go, Lovely Rose -- PIERRE DE RONSARD: Corinna in Vendome LOVE AND POETRY -- PHILIP SIDNEY: Loving truth -- DIOSKORIDES: My Downfall -- THEODORE ROETHKE: Her words -- PABLO NERUDA: Tonight I can write -- DRUMMOND OF HAWTHORNDEN: I know that all -- Beneath the moon decays -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Darling, It's Frightening PRAISING THE LOVED ONE -- VENANTIUS FORTUNATUS: To the lady radegund, with violets -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: I will leave your white house -- WEN TING-YUN: A song of Chang Ching-yuan picking lotus flowers -- BORIS PASTERNAK: You're here -- SAPPHO: One girl -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: My Mistress'Eyes -- Not Marble -- WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS: Love song -- BORIS PASTERNAK: dEVOTIO IS A HEAVY CROSS -- LI SHANG-YIN: Willow -- SYLVIA PLATH: The Rival -- JOHN BERRYMAN: I wished, all the mild days -- EDGAR ALLAN POE: To Helen -- PAUL VALERY: Helen -- PIERRE DE RONSARD: Sonnet for Helen -- THEODORE ROETHKE: I knew a woman -- W.H. AUDEN: Fish in the unruffled lakes -- PABLO NERUDA: In my sky at twilight -- ROBERT FROST: Never again would birds' song beb the same -- EMILY DICKINSON: The love a life can show -- ARTHUR GORGES: Her face -- FROM: The song of Solomon -- THOMAS CAREW: A song -- JOHN DONNE: The sun rising -- LORD BYRON: She walks in beauty -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: The lord is not merciful -- ROBERT GRAVES: The portrait -- EUGENIO MONTALE: The Eel -- LECONTE DE LISLE: The Palanquin PLEASURES AND PAINS -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Wild vines -- JOACHIM DU BELLAY: To Venus -- ROBERT GRAVES: Conjunction -- CATALLUS: Phyllis and Corydon -- PABLO NERUDA: Drunk as Drunk -- RUDAKI: Came to me -- ROBERT GRAVES: The thieves -- BHARTRHARI: In former days -- CHARLES BAUDELAIRE: The jewels -- A.C. SWINBURNE: In the Orchard -- D.H. LAWRENCE: Green -- MARLOWE, AFTER OVID: Elegies, Book one, 5 -- ROBERT BROWNING: Meeting at night -- GATULLUS HOW: Many kisses -- THEODORE ROETHKE: For an amorous lady -- STEPHANE MALLARME: Another fan -- CHINESE 4TH CENTURY ANON -- Plucking the rushes -- JOHN DONNE: The good morrow -- DIODOROS ZONAS: A Pomegranate -- HORACE FROM: Odes, Book three, 15 -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: He whispers -- PAULOS: Our kisses -- PHILIP SIDNEY: With how sad steps -- THOMAS WYATT: Whoso list to hunt -- ALEXANDER PUSHKIN: I loved you -- MARIANNE MOORE: The lion in love -- W.B. YEATS: The folly of being comforted -- YEHUDA AMICHAI: Quick and bitter -- HORACE: The young bloods -- GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE: The mirabeau bridge -- JOHN CLARE: I hid my love -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: When in disgrace -- THOMAS CAMPION: Vobiscum est lope -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Ah, you thought -- DOROTHY PARKER: One perfect Rose -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Th'Expense of spirit -- PETRONIUS: Doing FIDELITY AND INCONSTANCY -- W.B. YEATS: Lullaby -- W.H. AUDEN: Lullaby -- ANDREI VOZNESENSKY: Dead still -- A.C. SWINBURNE: Love and sleep -- ROBERT GRAVES: She tells her love while half asleep -- WALT WHITMAN: When i heard at the close of day -- JOHN DONNE: The ecstasy -- ALFRED TENNYSON:From the princess -- EDWARD THOMAS: No one so much as you -- E.E. CUMMINGS: It is at moments after i have dreamed -- BORIS PASTERNAK: In the wood -- LI PO : The river.merchant's wife: a letter -- ELINOR WYLIE: Wild peaches -- ROBERT LOWELL: Man and wife -- THOMAS HARDY: She hears the storm -- MARINA TSVETAEVA: Where does this tenderness come from? -- PAULINUS OF NOLA: I, through all chances -- BORIS PASTERNAK: Cape mootch -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Many in aftertimes --- I loved you first -- ROBERT GRAVES: Never such love -- LORD ROCHESTER: Love and life -- ROBERT GRAVES: Problems of gender -- A.E. HOUSMAN: Oh, when I was in love -- MICHAEL DRAYTON: As love and I -- BHARTRHARI: She who is always in my thoughts -- ROBERT GRAVES: Friday night ABSENCE, ESTRANGEMENT AND PARTING -- KATHERINE PHILIPS: To Mrs M.A. Upon Absence -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: To the beloved -- WEN TING-YUN: In the moonlit chamber -- PAUL VALERY: The footsteps -- PAUL VERLAINE: Nevermore -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Somewhere or other -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: From you have i been absent in the spring -- PHILIP LARKIN: Talkink in bed -- THOMAS WYATT: Remembrance -- ALEXANDER POPE: Epistle to Miss Blount -- ANON: I saw my Lady -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: I wish I could remember -- T.S.. ELIOT: La figlia Che Piange -- WILLIAM EMPSON: Villanelle -- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Farewell! thou art too dear -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Instead of wisdom -- FYODOR TYUTCHEV: Las love -- JOHN DONNE: Song -- MICHAEL DRAYTON: Since There's no help -- JOHN DONNE: The expiration -- HENRY KING: The exequy -- ROBERT BROWNING: The lost mistress -- THOMAS HARDY: The going LOVE PAST -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Remember -- JOSÉ-MARIA DE HEREDIA: A young dead woman -- PAUL VERLAINE: An exchange of feelings -- A.C. SWINBURNE, AFTER SAPPHO, Fromm Anactoria -- CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: After death -- CATULLUS: Enough -- ANNA AKHMATOVA: Memory of love -- EDNA ST VINCENT MILLAY: I, being born a woman -- C.P. CAVAFY: Body, remember -- One night -- ROBERT GRAVES: Lost love -- ARTHUR SYMONS: White heliotrope -- THOMAS HARDY: The voice -- After a journey -- WALTER DE LA MARE: The ghost -- PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY: Music -- EDNA ST VINCENT MILLAY: What lips my lips have kissed -- W.B. YEATS: When you are old -- LEIGH HUNT: Jenny Kiss'd me

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