The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood, by Thomas Hood

Table of Contents

  1. To Hope
  2. The Departure of Summer
  3. The Sea of Death
  4. To an Absentee
  5. Lycus the Centaur
  6. The Two Peacocks of Bedfont
  7. Hymn to the Sun
  8. Midnight
  9. To a Sleeping Child
  10. To Fancy
  11. Fair Ines
  12. To a False Friend
  13. Ode
  14. Sonnet
  15. Sonnet
  16. Sonnet
  17. To a Cold Beauty
  18. Sonnet
  19. Serenade
  20. Verses in an Album
  21. The Forsaken
  22. Song
  23. Song
  24. Birthday Verses
  25. I Love Thee
  26. Lines
  27. False Poets and True
  28. The Two Swans
  29. Ode on a Distant Prospect of Clapham Academy
  30. Song
  31. The Water Lady
  32. Autumn
  33. I Remember, I Remember
  34. The Poet’s Portion
  35. Ode to the Moon
  36. Sonnet
  37. A Retrospective Review
  38. Ballad
  39. Time, Hope, and Memory
  40. Flowers
  41. Ballad
  42. Ruth
  43. The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies
  44. Hero and Leander
  45. Ballad
  46. Autumn
  47. Ballad
  48. The Exile
  49. TO——
  50. Ode to Melancholy
  51. Sonnet
  52. Sonnet
  53. Sonnet
  54. Sonnet
  55. The Dream of Eugene Aram
  56. Sonnet
  57. The Death-bed
  58. Anticipation
  59. To a Child Embracing His Mother
  60. Stanzas
  61. Sonnet to Ocean
  62. TO——
  63. Lines
  64. Stanzas
  65. Ode to Rae Wilson, Esq
  66. To My Daughter
  67. Miss Kilmansegg and Her Precious Leg
  68. The Lee Shore
  69. Sonnet
  70. The Elm Tree
  71. Lear
  72. Sonnet
  73. The Song of the Shirt
  74. The Pauper’s Christmas Carol
  75. The Haunted House
  76. The Mary
  77. The Lady’s Dream
  78. The Key
  79. The Workhouse Clock
  80. The Bridge of Sighs
  81. The Lay of the Laborer
  82. Stanzas
  83. Ode to Mr. Graham,
  84. A Friendly Address to Mrs. Fry in Newgate
  85. Ode to Richard Martin, Esq.
  86. Ode to the Great Unknown
  87. Ode to Joseph Grimaldi, Senior
  88. An Address to the Steam Washing Company
  89. Letter of Remonstrance
  90. Ode to Captain Paery
  91. Ode to W. Kitchener, M.D
  92. The Last Man
  93. Faithless Sally Brown
  94. “As it Fell Upon a Day.”
  95. The Stag-eyed Lady
  96. The Water Peri’s Song
  97. The Irish Schoolmaster
  98. Faithless Nelly Gray
  99. Bianca’s Dream
  100. The Demon-ship
  101. Tim Turpin
  102. Death’s Ramble
  103. A Sailor’s Apology for Bow-legs
  104. The Volunteer
  105. The Lover’s Progress
  106. The Epping Hunt
  107. The Drowning Ducks
  108. A Storm at Hastings,
  109. Lines to a Lady
  110. The Angler’s Farewell
  111. Ode
  112. A Report from Below!
  113. “I’m not a single man.”
  114. The Supper Superstition
  115. The Duel
  116. A Singular Exhibition at Somerset House
  117. Lines to Mary
  118. The Compass, with Variations
  119. The Ghost
  120. The Fall
  121. Our Village
  122. A Public Dinner
  123. Sally Simpkin’s Lament;
  124. Ode to Sir Andrew Agnew, Bart
  125. The Lost Heir
  126. The Fox and the Hen
  127. The Poacher
  128. A Waterloo Ballad
  129. A Lay of Real Life
  130. The Sweeps Complaint
  131. The Desert-born
  132. Agricultural Distress
  133. Domestic Poems
  134. The Green Man
  135. Hit or Miss
  136. The Forlorn Shepherd’s Complaint
  137. Lieutenant Luff
  138. Morning Meditations
  139. A Plain Direction
  140. The Assistant Drapers’ Petition
  141. The Bachelor’s Dream
  142. Rural Felicity
  143. A Flying Visit
  144. Queen Mab
  145. To Henrietta,
  146. A Parthian Glance
  147. A True Story
  148. The Mermaid of Margate
  149. A Fairy Tale
  150. Craniology
  151. The Wee Man
  152. The Progress of Art
  153. Those Evening Bells
  154. The Carelesse Nurse Mayd
  155. Domestic Asides; Or, Truth in Parentheses
  156. Shooting Pains
  157. John Day
  158. Huggins and Duggins
  159. The China-mender
  160. Domestic Didactics
  161. Lament for the Decline of Chivalry
  162. Playing at Soldiers
  163. Mary’s Ghost
  164. The Widow
  165. An Open Question
  166. A Black Job
  167. Etching Moralised
  168. A Tale of a Trumpet
  169. The Forge
  170. The University Feud

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