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Poems by Christina G. Rossetti

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GOBLIN MARKET.

IN THE ROUND TOWER AT JHANSI, June 8, 1857.

DREAM-LAND.

AT HOME.

FROM SUNSET TO STAR RISE.

LOVE FROM THE NORTH.

WINTER RAIN.

A DIRGE.

CONFLUENTS

NOBLE SISTERS.

SPRING.

THE LAMBS OF GRASMERE, 1860.

A BIRTHDAY.

REMEMBER.

AFTER DEATH.

AN END.

MY DREAM.

SONG.

THE HOUR AND THE GHOST.

A SUMMER WISH.

AN APPLE GATHERING.

MAUDE CLARE.

ECHO.

WINTER: MY SECRET.

ANOTHER SPRING.

A PEAL OF BELLS.

FATA MORGANA.

“NO, THANK YOU, JOHN.”

MAY.

A PAUSE OF THOUGHT.

TWILIGHT CALM.

WIFE TO HUSBAND.

THREE SEASONS.

MIRAGE.

SHUT OUT.

SOUND SLEEP.

DEAD BEFORE DEATH.

BITTER FOR SWEET.

“THE MASTER IS COME, AND CALLETH FOR THEE.”

REST.

SONG.

SONG.

SONG.

THE FIRST SPRING DAY.

THE CONVENT THRESHOLD.

UP-HILL.

“THE LOVE OF CHRIST WHICH PASSETH KNOWLEDGE.”

“A BRUISED REED SHALL HE NOT BREAK.”

A BETTER RESURRECTION.

ADVENT.

THE THREE ENEMIES.

ONE CERTAINTY.

CHRISTIAN AND JEW.

SWEET DEATH.

SYMBOLS.

“CONSIDER THE LILIES OF THE FIELD.”

THE WORLD.

A TESTIMONY.

SLEEP AT SEA.

FROM HOUSE TO HOME.

OLD AND NEW YEAR DITTIES.

AMEN.

MOTHER COUNTRY.

THE PRINCE’S PROGRESS.

MAIDEN-SONG.

JESSIE CAMERON.

SPRING QUIET.

THE POOR GHOST.

A PORTRAIT.

DREAM-LOVE.

TWICE.

SONGS IN A CORNFIELD.

A YEAR’S WINDFALLS.

THE QUEEN OF HEARTS.

ONE DAY.

A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW.

THE GERMAN-FRENCH CAMPAIGN.

ON THE WING.

CONSIDER.

BEAUTY IS VAIN.

MAGGIE A LADY.

WHAT WOULD I GIVE?

THE BOURNE.

SUMMER.

AUTUMN.

THE GHOST’S PETITION.

MEMORY.

A ROYAL PRINCESS.

SHALL I FORGET?

VANITY OF VANITIES.

L. E. L.

LIFE AND DEATH.

BIRD OR BEAST?

EVE.

GROWN AND FLOWN.

A FARM WALK.

SOMEWHERE OR OTHER.

A CHILL.

CHILD’S TALK IN APRIL.

GONE FOREVER.

UNDER THE ROSE.

SONG.

BY THE SEA.

DAYS OF VANITY.

ENRICA, 1865.

ONCE FOR ALL.

AUTUMN VIOLETS.

“THEY DESIRE A BETTER COUNTRY.”

A GREEN CORNFIELD.

A BRIDE SONG.

THE LOWEST ROOM.

DEAD HOPE.

A DAUGHTER OF EVE.

VENUS’ LOOKING-GLASS.

LOVE LIES BLEEDING.

BIRD RAPTURES.

MY FRIEND.

TWILIGHT NIGHT.

A BIRD SONG.

A SMILE AND A SIGH.

AMOR MUNDI.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON.

PARADISE.

“I WILL LIFT UP MINE EYES UNTO THE HILLS.”

SAINTS AND ANGELS.

“WHEN MY HEART IS VEXED, I WILL COMPLAIN.”

AFTER COMMUNION.

A ROSE PLANT IN JERICHO.

WHO SHALL DELIVER ME?

DESPISED AND REJECTED.

LONG BARREN.

IF ONLY.

DOST THOU NOT CARE?

WEARY IN WELL-DOING.

MARTYRS’ SONG.

AFTER THIS THE JUDGMENT.

GOOD FRIDAY.

THE LOWEST PLACE.

THE KEY-NOTE.

THE MONTHS: A PAGEANT.

PERSONIFICATIONS.

PASTIME.

“ITALIA, IO TI SALUTO!”

MIRRORS OF LIFE AND DEATH.

A BALLAD OF BODING.

YET A LITTLE WHILE.

HE AND SHE.

MONNA INNOMINATA.

“LUSCIOUS AND SORROWFUL.”

DE PROFUNDIS.

TEMPUS FUGIT.

GOLDEN GLORIES.

JOHNNY.

“HOLLOW-SOUNDING AND MYSTERIOUS.”

MAIDEN MAY.

TILL TO-MORROW.

DEATH-WATCHES.

TOUCHING “NEVER.”

BRANDONS BOTH.

A LIFE’S PARALLELS.

AT LAST.

GOLDEN SILENCES.

IN THE WILLOW SHADE.

FLUTTERED WINGS.

A FISHER-WIFE.

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

MARIANA.

MEMENTO MORI.

“ONE FOOT ON SEA, AND ONE ON SHORE.”

BUDS AND BABIES.

BOY JOHNNY.

FREAKS OF FASHION.

AN OCTOBER GARDEN.

“SUMMER IS ENDED.”

PASSING AND GLASSING.

“I WILL ARISE.”

A PRODIGAL SON.

SOEUR LOUISE DE LA MISÉRICORDE.

AN “IMMURATA” SISTER.

“IF THOU SAYEST, BEHOLD, WE KNEW IT NOT.” –Proverbs xxiv. 11, 12.

THE THREAD OF LIFE.

AN OLD-WORLD THICKET.

“ALL THY WORKS PRAISE THEE, O LORD.”

LATER LIFE: A DOUBLE SONNET OF SONNETS.

“FOR THINE OWN SAKE, O MY GOD.”

UNTIL THE DAY BREAK.

“OF HIM THAT WAS READY TO PERISH.”

“BEHOLD THE MAN!”

THE DESCENT FROM THE CROSS.

“IT IS FINISHED.”

AN EASTER CAROL.

“BEHOLD A SHAKING.”

ALL SAINTS.

“TAKE CARE OF HIM.”

A MARTYR.

WHY?

“LOVE IS STRONG AS DEATH.”

BIRCHINGTON CHURCHYARD.

ONE SEA-SIDE GRAVE.

BROTHER BRUIN.

“A HELPMEET FOR HIM.”

A SONG OF FLIGHT.

A WINTRY SONNET.

RESURGAM.

TO-DAY’S BURDEN.

“THERE IS A BUDDING MORROW IN MIDNIGHT.”

EXULTATE DEO.

A HOPE CAROL.

CHRISTMAS CAROLS.

A CANDLEMAS DIALOGUE.

MARY MAGDALENE AND THE OTHER MARY.

PATIENCE OF HOPE.