The Poetry Corner

John Milton


An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramatic Poet W. Shakespeare
An Epitaph On The Marchioness Of Winchester
Anno aetatis 17. On the Death of a fair Infant dying of a Cough.
Anno Aetatis 19. At a Vacation Exercise in the Colledge, part Latin, part English. The Latin speeches ended, the English thus began.
Another on "On the Gunpowder Plot."
Another on "On The University Carrier who sickn'd in the time of his vacancy, being forbid to go to London, by reason of the plague."
At A Solemn Musick
At A Vacation Exercise In The Colledge, Part Latin, Part English.
Collection of passages translated in the prose writings.
Elegy I To Charles Diodati.1
Elegy II On the Death of the University Beadle at Cambridge.1
Elegy III - Anno Aetates 17.1 - On the Death of the Bishop of Winchester.2
Elegy IV. - Anno Aetates 18. - To My Tutor, Thomas Young,1 Chaplain of the English Merchants Resident at Hamburg.
Elegy V. - Anno Aetates 20. - On the Approach of Spring.
Elegy VI. - To Charles Diodati, When He Was Visiting in the Country
Elegy VI. Anno Aetates undevigesimo.1
Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester
How Soon Hath Time
Il Penseroso
Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint
On His Blindness
On His Deceased Wife
On Paradise Lost.
On Shakespeare.
On The Death Of A Fair Infant Dying Of A Cough
On the Death of the Bishop of Ely.1 - Anno Aetates 17.
On the Death of the Vice-Chancellor, A Physician.1
On the Engraver of his Portrait.1
On the Fifth of November. - Anno Aetates 17.
On the Gunpowder Plot.
On the Inventor of Gunpowder.
On the Lord Gen. Fairfax at the Seige of Colchester.
On The Morning Of Christs Nativity.
On the new forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament.
On the Platonic 'Ideal' as it was Understood by Aristotle.
On The Religious Memory Of Mrs. Catherine Thomson, My Christian Friend, Deceased Dec. 16, 1646
On The University Carrier who sickn'd in the time of his vacancy, being forbid to go to London, by reason of the plague.
On Time
Paradise Lost - Book I
Paradise Lost - Book II
Paradise Lost - Book III
Paradise Lost - Book IV
Paradise Lost - Book IX
Paradise Lost - Book V
Paradise Lost - Book VI
Paradise Lost - Book VII
Paradise Lost - Book VIII
Paradise Lost - Book X
Paradise Regained - The First Book
Paradise Regained - The Fourth Book
Paradise Regained - The Second Book
Paradise Regained - The Third Book
Paradisum Amissam, Lib. II
Psal. I. Done into Verse
Psal. II Done into verse
Psal. III. When he fled from Absalom.
Psal. IV.
Psal. LXXX.
Psal. LXXXI.
Psal. LXXXV.
Psal. V.
Psal. VI
Psal. VII. Upon the words of Chush the Benjamite against him.
Psal. VIII.
Psalm CXIV
Samson Agonistes
Song On May Morning.
Sonnet to the Nightingale
Sonnet XX: Lawrence, of virtuous father
Sonnet XXII: To Cyriack Skinner
Sonnets. I.
Sonnets. II.
Sonnets. III.
Sonnets. IV.
Sonnets. IX
Sonnets. V
Sonnets. VI
Sonnets. VII
Sonnets. VIII
Sonnets. X
Sonnets. XI
Sonnets. XII
Sonnets. XIII - To Mr. H. Lawes, on his Aires
Sonnets. XIV
Sonnets. XIX
Sonnets. XV - On the late Massacher In Piemont.
Sonnets. XVI
Sonnets. XVII
Sonnets. XVIII
That Nature is Not Subject to Decay.
The Death of Damon.
The Fable of the Peasant and his Landlord.
The Fifth Ode Of Horace. Lib. I.
The Hymn
The Passion.
The Philosopher and the King.
To a Virtuous Young Lady
To Giovanni Battista Manso, Marquis of Villa.
To Giovanni Salzilli, a Roman Poet, in his Illness. Scazons.
To Leonora (2)
To Leonora (3)
To Leonora,1 Singing in Rome.
To Mr. Cyriack Skinner upon his Blindness.
To Mr. H. Lawes on His Airs
To Mr. John Rouse, Librarian of the University of Oxford,
To My Father.
To Sir Henry Vane the Younger.
To the Lady Margaret Ley
To the Lord Generall Cromwell May 1652.
Translations of the Italian Poems I
Translations of the Italian Poems II
Translations of the Italian Poems III Canzone.
Translations of the Italian Poems IV To Charles Diodati.
Translations of the Italian Poems V.
Translations of the Italian Poems VI.
Upon The Circumcision
When the Assault Was Intended to the City