The Poetry Corner

Robert Herrick


A Bacchanalian Verse.
A Bucolic Betwixt Two: Lacon & Thyrsis
A Bucolic, Or Discourse Of Neatherds.
A Canticle To Apollo
A Carol Presented To Dr. Williams, Bishop Of Lincoln As A New-Year's Gift.
A Caution.
A Charm, Or An Allay For Love.
A Child's Grace
A Christmas Carol, Sung To The King In The Presence At White-Hall
A Conjuration To Electra
A Country Life: To His Brother Mr Thomas Herrick
A Defence For Women.
A Dialogue Betwixt Himself And Mistress Eliza Wheeler, Under The Name Of Amarillis
A Dialogue Betwixt Horace And Lydia, Translated Anno 1627, And Set By Mr. Ro. Ramsey.
A Dirge Upon The Death Of The Right Valiant Lord, Bernard Stuart.
A Frolic.
A Good Death.
A Good Husband.
A Hymn To Bacchus
A Hymn To Bacchus.
A Hymn To Cupid.
A Hymn To Love
A Hymn To Sir Clipseby Crew.
A Hymn To The Graces
A Hymn To The Lares.
A Hymn To The Muses
A Hymn To The Muses.
A Hymn To Venus And Cupid
A Just Man.
A King And No King.
A Kiss.
A Lyric To Mirth
A Mean In Our Means
A Meditation For His Mistress
A New Years' Gift Sent To Sir Simeon Steward
A Nuptial Song Or Epithalamy On Sir Clipseby Crew And His Lady.
A Nuptial Verse To Mistress Elizabeth Lee, Now Lady Tracy.
A Panegyric To Sir Lewis Pemberton
A Paraneaticall Or Advice Verse To His Friend, Mr John Wicks
A Pastoral Sung To The King
A Pastoral Sung To The King: Montano, Silvio, And Mirtillo, Shepherds.
A Pastoral Upon The Birth Of Prince Charles: Presented To The King
A Position In The Hebrew Divinity.
A Prognostic.
A Psalm Or Hymn To The Graces.
A Request To The Graces
A Ring Presented To Julia
A Short Hymn To Lar.
A Short Hymn To Venus.
A Song To The Maskers.
A Song Upon Silvia.
A Song.
A Sonnet Of Perilla.
A Ternary Of Littles, Upon A Pipkin Of Jelly Sent To A Lady.
A Thanksgiving To God For His House
A Vow To Mars.
A Vow To Minerva.
A Vow To Venus
A Will To Be Working.
Abel's Blood.
Advice The Best Actor.
After Autumn, Winter.
Against Love.
Age Unfit For Love.
All Things Decay And Die
All Things Run Well For The Righteous.
An Eclogue Or Pastoral Between Endymion Porter And Lycidas Herrick, Set And Sung.
An End Decreed.
An Epitaph Upon A Child
An Epitaph Upon A Sober Matron.
An Epitaph Upon A Virgin
An Epithalamy To Sir Thomas Southwell And His Lady.
An Hymn To Juno.
An Hymn To Love.
An Ode For Ben Jonson
An Ode For Him. (Ben Jonson.)
An Ode Of The Birth Of Our Saviour
An Ode Of The Birth Of Our Saviour.
An Ode To Master Endymion Porter, Upon His Brother's Death
An Ode To Sir Clipsby Crew
An Ode, Or Psalm To God.
Anacreontic Verse.
Another Charm For Stables.
Another Grace For A Child
Another Grace For A Child.
Another New-Year's Gift: Or, Song For The Circumcision.
Another Of God.
Another Of The Same. (Obedience.)
Another On Her. (Julia)
Another On Love.
Another To Bring In The Witch.
Another To God.
Another To His Saviour.
Another To Neptune.
Another To The Maids
Another Upon Her Weeping.
Another Upon Her. (Mrs. Penelope Wheeler.)
Another. (Abel's Blood)
Another. (Charms.)
Another. (Confusion Of Face.)
Another. (God's Presence.)
Another. (Of God.)
Another. (On Love.)
Another. (Predestination)
Another. (Sin.)
Another. (To His Ever-Loving God.)
Another. (Upon Himself.)
Another. (Upon M. Ben. Jonson. Epig.)
Another. (Virgin Mary)
Anthea's Retractation
Any Way For Wealth.
Art Above Nature: To Julia
Bad May Be Better.
Bad Princes Pill The People.
Bad Wages For Good Service.
Barley-Break; Or, Last In Hell
Be My Mistress Short Or Tall
Beginning Difficult.
Beginnings And Endings.
Being Once Blind, His Request To Bianca.
Best To Be Merry.
Biting Of Beggars.
Blame The Reward Of Princes.
Book's End
Bribes And Gifts Get All.
By Use Comes Easiness.
Calling And Correcting.
Canticle To Apollo
Care A Good Keeper.
Caution In Counsel.
Ceremonies For Candlemas Eve
Ceremonies For Christmas
Ceremony Upon Candlemas Eve
Change Common To All.
Change Gives Content.
Charon And Philomel; A Dialogue Sung.
Cheerfulness In Charity; Or, The Sweet Sacrifice.
Cherry Ripe
Choose For The Best.
Christ's Action.
Christ's Birth.
Christ's Incarnation.
Christ's Part.
Christ's Sadness.
Christ's Suffering.
Christ's Twofold Coming.
Christ's Words On The Cross: My God, My God.
Christmas-Eve, Another Ceremony
Clemency In Kings.
Clothes Are Conspirators.
Clothes Do But Cheat And Cozen Us.
Clothes For Continuance.
Comfort In Calamity.
Comfort To A Lady Upon The Death Of Her Husband.
Comfort To A Youth That Had Lost His Love
Comforts In Contentions.
Comforts In Crosses.
Coming To Christ.
Conformity Is Comely.
Confusion Of Face.
Connubii Flores, Or The Well-Wishes At Weddings.
Content, Not Cates.
Corinna's Going A-Maying
Country Life: To His Brother, Mr Thomas Herrick
Courage Cooled.
Cross And Pile.
Cruelty Base In Commanders.
Cunctation In Correction.
Dangers Wait On Kings.
Death Ends All Woe.
Delight In Disorder
Delight In Disorder.
Denial In Women No Disheartening To Men.
Departure Of The Good Daemon
Devotion Makes The Deity.
Discontents In Devon
Discord Not Disadvantageous.
Dissuasions From Idleness.
Distance Betters Dignities.
Divination By A Daffodil
Draw And Drink.
Duty To Tyrants.
Epitaph On The Tomb Of Sir Edward Giles And His Wife In The South Aisle Of Dean Prior Church, Devon.
Event Of Things Not In Our Power.
Examples; Or, Like Prince, Like People.
Expenses Exhaust.
Fair After Foul.
Fair Days: Or, Dawns Deceitful.
Fair Shows Deceive.
Faith Four-Square.
False Mourning.
Fame Makes Us Forward.
Farewell Frost, Or Welcome Spring
Fear Gets Force.
Felicity Knows No Fence.
Felicity Quick Of Flight
Few Fortunate.
First Work, And Then Wages.
Fortune Favours.
Four Things Make Us Happy Here
Free Welcome.
Fresh Cheese And Cream.
Gain And Gettings.
God And The King.
God Has A Twofold Part.
God Hears Us.
God Is One.
God Not To Be Comprehended.
God Sparing In Scourging.
God To Be First Served.
God's Anger Without Affection.
God's Anger.
God's Blessing.
God's Bounty.
God's Commands.
God's Descent.
God's Dwelling.
God's Gifts Not Soon Granted.
God's Grace.
God's Hands.
God's Keys
God's Mercy.
God's Mirth: Man's Mourning.
God's Pardon.
God's Part.
God's Power.
God's Presence
God's Presence.
God's Price And Man's Price.
God's Providence.
God's Time Must End Our Trouble.
God, And Lord.
Gold And Frankincense.
Gold Before Goodness.
Good And Bad.
Good Christians
Good Friday: Rex Tragicus; Or, Christ Going To His Cross.
Good Luck Not Lasting.
Good Manners At Meat.
Good Men Afflicted Most.
Good Precepts Or Counsel.
Good Precepts, Or Counsel
Grace For A Child
Graces For Children.
Great Boast Small Roast.
Great Grief, Great Glory.
Great Maladies, Long Medicines.
Great Spirits Supervive.
Hanch, A Schoolmaster. Epig.
Happiness To Hospitality; Or, A Hearty Wish To Good Housekeeping.
Hardening Of Hearts.
Harvest Home
Haste Hurtful.
Hell Fire.
Her Bed
Her Legs.
Herrick's Fairy Poems And The Description Of The King And Queene Of Fayries Published 1635.
His Age: Dedicated To His Peculiar Friend, Mr John Wickes, Under The Name Of Postumus
His Alms.
His Answer To A Friend.
His Answer To A Question.
His Anthem To Christ On The Cross.
His Cavalier.
His Change.
His Charge To Julia At His Death.
His Comfort.
His Coming To The Sepulchre.
His Confession.
His Content In The Country
His Covenant Or Protestation To Julia
His Creed.
His Desire
His Dream.
His Ejaculation To God.
His Embalming To Julia.
His Farewell To Sack.
His Grange, Or Private Wealth
His Grange.
His Hope Or Sheet Anchor.
His Lachrym; Or, Mirth Turned To Mourning.
His Last Request To Julia
His Litany, To The Holy Spirit
His Loss
His Meditation Upon Death
His Misery In A Mistress.
His Mistress To Him At His Farewell
His Offering, With The Rest, At The Sepulchre.
His Own Epitaph.
His Parting From Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy.
His Petition.
His Poetry His Pillar
His Power.
His Prayer For Absolution
His Prayer To Ben Jonson
His Protestation To Perilla.
His Recantation.
His Request To Julia
His Return To London
His Sailing From Julia
His Saviour's Words Going To The Cross.
His Tears To Thamesis.
His Weakness In Woes.
His Winding-sheet
His Wish To God
His Wish To God.
His Wish To Privacy
His Wish.
His Words To Christ Going To The Cross.
Honours Are Hindrances.
Hope Heartens.
Hope Well And Have Well: Or, Fair After Foul Weather.
How He Would Drink His Wine.
How His Soul Came Ensnared
How Lilies Came White.
How Marigolds Came Yellow.
How Pansies Or Hearts-Ease Came First
How Primroses Came Green.
How Roses Came Red.
How Springs Came First
How The Wall-Flower Came First, And Why So Called.
How Violets Came Blue.
Hymn To Bacchus
Hymn To Love
Hymn To The Grace
Hymn To Venus And Cupid
I Call And I Call
Ill Government.
Impossibilities: To His Friend
In Praise Of Women.
In The Dark None Dainty.
Jack And Jill.
Julia's Churching, Or Purification.
Julia's Petticoat.
Kings And Tyrants.
Kisses Loathsome.
Kissing And Bussing.
Kissing Usury
Lar's Portion And The Poet's Part.
Large Bounds Do But Bury Us.
Laugh And Lie Down.
Laxare Fibulam.
Leander's Obsequies.
Leprosy In Clothes.
Leprosy In Houses.
Life Is The Body's Light
Like Loves His Like.
Like Pattern, Like People.
Lines Have Their Linings, And Books Their Buckram.
Lips Tongueless.
Little And Loud.
Littleness No Cause Of Leanness.
Loading And Unloading.
Long And Lazy.
Long Life.
Long-Looked-For Comes At Last.
Loss From The Least
Lots To Be Liked.
Love Dislikes Nothing
Love Is A Syrup.
Love Killed By Lack.
Love Lightly Pleased
Love Me Little, Love Me Long.
Love Palpable.
Love Perfumes All Parts.
Love's Play At Push-Pin.
Love, What It Is
Lovers How They Come And Part
Lyric For Legacies.
Maids' Nays Are Nothing.
Man's Dying-place Uncertain
Martha, Martha.
Matins, Or Morning Prayer
Mean In Our Mean
Mean Things Overcome Mighty.
Meat Without Mirth.
Meditation For His Mistress
Men Mind No State In Sickness
Mercy And Love.
Merits Make The Man.
Money Gets The Mastery.
Money Makes The Mirth
Montes Scripturarum: The Mounts Of The Scriptures.
Mora Sponsi, The Stay Of The Bridegroom.
More Modest, More Manly.
More Potent, Less Peccant.
Most Words, Less Works.
Mr. Herrick: His Daughter's Dowry.
Mr. Robert Herrick: His Farewell Unto Poetry.
Mrs Eliz Wheeler, Under The Name Of The Lost Shepherdess
Neutrality Loathsome.
Never Too Late To Die.
No Action Hard To Affection.
No Bashfulness In Begging.
No Coming To God Without Christ.
No Danger To Men Desperate.
No Despite To The Dead.
No Difference I' Th' Dark.
No Escaping The Scourging.
No Fault In Women
No Loathsomeness In Love.
No Lock Against Letchery.
No Luck In Love.
No Man Without Money
No Pains, No Gains
No Shipwreck Of Virtue. To A Friend.
No Spouse But A Sister.
No Time In Eternity.
No Want Where There's Little.
None Free From Fault.
None Truly Happy Here.
Nor Buying Or Selling.
North And South.
Not Every Day Fit For Verse
Not To Covet Much Where Little Is The Charge.
Not To Love.
Nothing Free-Cost
Nothing New.
Obedience In Subjects.
Oberon's Chapel
Oberon's Feast
Oberon's Palace.
Of Horne, A Combmaker.
Of Love.
Of Love: A Sonnet
On A Perfumed Lady
On Fortune.
On Gilly-Flowers Begotten.
On Heaven.
On Himself
On Himself (2)
On Himself.
On His Book.
On Hymn To The Muse
On Joan.
On Julia's Breath.
On Julia's Lips.
On Julia's Picture.
On Julia's Voice
On Love
On Love.
On Poet Prat. Epig.
On Tomasin Parsons.
Once Poor, Still Penurious.
Once Seen And No More.
Our Own Sins Unseen.
Out Of Time, Out Of Tune.
Pain And Pleasure.
Pain Ends In Pleasure.
Pains Without Profit.
Painting Sometimes Permitted.
Panegyric To Sir Lewis Pemberton
Parcel-Gilt Poetry.
Pastoral Sung To The King
Patience In Princes.
Patience: Or, Comforts In Crosses.
Peace Not Permanence
Persecutions Profitable.
Persecutions Purify.
Pity And Punishment.
Pity To The Prostrate.
Pleasures Pernicious.
Plots Not Still Prosperous.
Poetry Perpetuates The Poet.
Policy In Princes.
Posting To Printing
Poverty And Riches
Poverty And Riches.
Poverty The Greatest Pack.
Power And Peace.
Pray And Prosper
Pray And Prosper.
Prayers Must Have Poise.
Presence And Absence.
Present Government Grievous.
Prevision Or Provision.
Pride Allowable In Poets.
Princes And Favourites.
Proof To No Purpose
Rapine Brings Ruin.
Regression Spoils Resolution.
Request To The Grace
Rest Refreshes.
Reverence To Riches.
Reward And Punishments.
Riches And Poverty.
Rules For Our Reach.
Safety On The Shore
Safety To Look To Oneself.
Saint Distaff's Day, Or The Morrow After Twelfth Day.
Satisfaction For Suffering
Sauce For Sorrows.
Seek And Find.
Shame No Statist.
Short And Long Both Likes.
Sin And Strife.
Sin Seen.
Sin Severely Punished.
Single Life Most Secure.
Sins Loathed, And Yet Loved.
Sobriety In Search.
Soft Music
Some Comfort In Calamity.
Sorrows Succeed.
Speak In Season.
Steam In Sacrifice.
Strength To Support Sovereignty.
Studies To Be Supported.
Suffer That Thou Canst Not Shift.
Supreme Fortune Falls Soonest.
Suspicion Makes Secure.
Sweet Disorder
Sweetness In Sacrifice.
Tears And Laughter
Tears Are Tongues.
Temporal Goods.
Thanksgiving To God, For His House
The Admonition.
The Amber Bead.
The Apparition Of His, Mistress, Calling Him To Elysium
The Apron Of Flowers
The Argument Of His Book
The Ass.
The Bad Season Makes The Poet Sad
The Bag Of The Bee
The Bedman, Or Gravemaker.
The Beggar To Mab, The Queen Fairy
The Beggar.
The Bell-Man
The Bellman
The Bleeding Hand; Or The Sprig Of Eglantine Given To A Maid
The Body.
The Bondman.
The Bracelet Of Pearl: To Silvia.
The Bracelet To Julia
The Bride-Cake
The Broken Crystal.
The Bubble: A Song
The Candour Of Julia's Teeth.
The Captiv'd Bee; Or, The Little Filcher
The Carcanet.
The Ceremonies For Candlemas Day
The Changes: To Corinne
The Cheat Of Cupid; Or, The Ungentle Guest
The Chewing The Cud.
The Christian Militant.
The Cloud.
The Cobblers' Catch.
The Coming Of Good Luck
The Country Life:
The Covetous Still Captives.
The Credit Of The Conqueror.
The Crowd And Company.
The Cruel Maid
The Curse. A Song.
The Custard.
The Definition Of Beauty
The Delaying Bride.
The Deluge.
The Departure Of The Good Demon.
The Description Of A Woman.
The Difference Betwixt Kings And Subjects.
The Dirge Of Jephthah's Daughter: Sung By The Virgin-Martyr
The Dream.
The End Of His Work.
The End.
The Entertainment; Or, Porch-Verse, At The Marriage Of Mr. Henry Northly And The Most Witty Mrs. Lettice Yard.
The Eucharist.
The Eye.
The Eyes Before The Ears.
The Eyes.
The Fairies
The Fairy Temple; Or, Oberon's Chapel
The Fairy Temple; Or, Oberon's Chapel Dedicated To Mr. John Merrifield, Counsellor-At-Law.
The Fast, Or Lent.
The First Mars Or Makes.
The Frankincense.
The Frozen Heart.
The Frozen Zone; Or, Julia Disdainful.
The Funeral Rites Of The Rose
The Good-Night Or Blessing
The Goodness Of His God.
The Hag
The Hag.
The Hand And Tongue.
The Headache.
The Heart
The Hock-Cart
The Honeycomb.
The Hour-Glass
The Invitation
The Jimmall Ring Or True-Love Knot.
The Judgment-Day.
The Kiss: A Dialogue
The Lamp.
The Last Stroke Strikes Sure.
The Lawn.
The Lily In A Crystal
The Lily In A Crystal.
The Little Filcher; Or, The Captiv'd Bee
The Mad Maid's Song
The Maiden-Blush.
The Maypole
The Meadow-Verse; Or, Anniversary To Mistress Bridget Lowman.
The Mean.
The More Mighty, The More Merciful.
The Mount Of The Muses.
The New Charon:
The New-Year's Gift
The New-Year's Gift: Or, Circumcision's Song. Sung To The King In The Presence At Whitehall.
The Night Piece, To Julia
The Number Of Two.
The Old Wives' Prayer
The Olive Branch
The Parasceve, Or Preparation.
The Parcae; Or, Three Dainty Destinies: The Armilet
The Parliament Of Roses To Julia
The Parting Verse Or Charge To His Supposed Wife When He Travelled.
The Parting Verse, The Feast There Ended.
The Perfume.
The Peter-Penny.
The Pillar Of Fame.
The Plaudite, Or End Of Life
The Plunder.
The Poet Hath Lost His Pipe.
The Poet Loves A Mistress, But Not To Marry.
The Poet's Good Wishes For The Most Hopeful And Handsome Prince, The Duke Of York.
The Pomander Bracelet.
The Poor Man's Part.
The Poor's Portion.
The Power In The People.
The Present Time Best Pleaseth Me
The Present; Or, The Bag Of The Bees
The Primiti To Parents.
The Primrose
The Quintell.
The Rainbow, Or Curious Covenant.
The Rainbow.
The Recompense.
The Resurrection Possible And Probable.
The Resurrection.
The Ride-Cake
The Right Hand.
The Rock Of Rubies And The Quarry Of Pearls
The Rod.
The Rosary
The Rose.
The Rosemary Branch.
The Sacrifice, By Way Of Discourse Betwixt Himself And Julia.
The Sadness Of Things For Sappho's Sickness.
The Scare-Fire.
The School Or Pearl Of Putney, The Mistress Of All Singular Manners, Mistress Portman.
The Shoe-Tying.
The Shower Of Blossoms
The Silken Snake.
The Smell Of The Sacrifice.
The Soul Is The Salt.
The Soul.
The Spell.
The Sprig Of Eglantine Given To A Maid
The Staff And Rod.
The Star-Song: A Carol To The King Sung At Whitehall.
The Succession Of The Four Sweet Months
The Sum And The Satisfaction.
The Suspicion Upon His Over-Much Familiarity With A Gentlewoman.
The Tear Sent To Her From Staines.
The Tinker's Song.
The Tithe. To The Bride.
The Transfiguration
The Ungentle Guest
The Vine
The Vine.
The Virgin Mary.
The Vision To Electra.
The Vision.
The Voice And Viol
The Wake
The Wassail
The Watch
The Way.
The Weeping Cherry.
The Welcome To Sack.
The White Island: Or Place Of The Blest
The Widows' Tears; Or, Dirge Of Dorcas
The Will Makes The Work; Or, Consent Makes The Cure.
The Will The Cause Of Woe.
The Willow Garland.
The Wounded Cupid
The Wounded Heart
Things Mortal Still Mutable
Things Of Choice Long A-Coming.
This Crosstree
This, And The Next World.
Three Fatal Sisters.
Thy Flowers Change Colour
To A Bed Of Tulips.
To A Friend.
To A Gentlewoman On Just Dealing.
To A Gentlewoman, Objecting To Him His Gray Hair
To A Maid.
To All Young Men That Love.
To Anthea
To Anthea Lying In Bed.
To Anthea, Who May Command Him Anything
To Anthea.
To Apollo.
To Apollo. A Short Hymn.
To Bacchus, A Canticle.
To Bacchus: A Canticle
To Be Merry
To Bianca, To Bless Him.
To Bianca.
To Blossoms
To Carnations: A Song
To Cedars.
To Cherry-Blossoms.
To Christ.
To Critics.
To Crown It.
To Cupid.
To Daffodils
To Daisies, Not To Shut So Soon
To Dean Bourn, A Rude River In Devon, By Which Sometimes He Lived.
To Death
To Dews. A Song.
To Dianeme
To Dianeme.
To Dianeme. A Ceremony In Gloucester.
To Doctor Alabaster.
To Electra
To Electra.
To Electra. Love Looks For Love.
To Enjoy The Time
To Find God.
To Flowers.
To Fortune.
To God In Time Of Plundering.
To God, His Gift.
To God.
To God: An Anthem Sung In The Chapel At Whitehall Before The King.
To God: His Good Will.
To God: On His Sickness.
To Groves
To Heaven
To His Angry God.
To His Book
To His Book (2)
To His Book (3)
To His Book (4)
To His Book (5)
To His Book.
To His Book. (Another.)
To His Book. Another.
To His Brother, Nicholas Herrick.
To His Brother-In-Law, Master John Wingfield.
To His Closet-Gods.
To His Conscience
To His Dear God.
To His Dear Valentine, Mistress Margaret Falconbridge.
To His Dying Brother, Master William Herrick
To His Ever-Loving God.
To His Faithful Friend, M. John Crofts, Cup-Bearer To The King.
To His Friend To Avoid Contention Of Words.
To His Friend, Mr. J. Jincks.
To His Friend, On The Untunable Times.
To His Girls
To His Girls, Who Would Have Him Sportful.
To His Honoured And Most Ingenious Friend Mr. Charles Cotton
To His Honoured Friend, M. John Weare, Councillor.
To His Honoured Friend, Sir John Mince.
To His Honoured Friend, Sir Thomas Heale.
To His Honoured Kinsman, Sir Richard Stone.
To His Honoured Kinsman, Sir William Soame. Epig.
To His Household Gods.
To His Kinsman, M. Tho. Herrick, Who Desired To Be In His Book.
To His Kinsman, Sir Thos. Soame.
To His Kinswoman, Mistress Susanna Herrick
To His Kinswoman, Mrs. Penelope Wheeler.
To His Learned Friend, M. Jo. Harmar, Physician To The College Of Westminster.
To His Lovely Mistresses
To His Maid, Prew.
To His Mistress, Objecting To Him Neither Toying Or Talking
To His Mistress.
To His Mistresses.
To His Muse
To His Muse.
To His Muse; Another To The Same.
To His Nephew, To Be Prosperous In His Art Of Painting.
To His Paternal Country
To His Peculiar Friend, Mr John Wicks
To His Peculiar Friend, Mr. Thomas Shapcott, Lawyer.
To His Peculiar Friend, Sir Edward Fish, Knight Baronet.
To His Saviour's Sepulchre: His Devotion.
To His Saviour, A Child; A Present, By A Child
To His Saviour.
To His Saviour. The New-Year's Gift.
To His Sister-In-Law, M. Susanna Herrick.
To His Sweet Saviour
To His Tomb-Maker.
To His Valentine On St. Valentine's Day.
To His Verse
To His Worthy Friend, M. Arthur Bartly.
To His Worthy Friend, M. John Hall, Student Of Gray's Inn.
To His Worthy Friend, M. Thos. Falconbirge.
To His Worthy Kinsman, Mr. Stephen Soame.
To Jealousy.
To Jos., Lord Bishop Of Exeter.
To Julia
To Julia (2)
To Julia In The Temple.
To Julia, In Her Dawn, Or Daybreak.
To Julia, The Flaminica Dialis Or Queen-Priest.
To Julia.
To Keep A True Lent.
To Lar.
To Laurels
To Live Freely
To Live Merrily, And To Trust To Good Verses
To Love.
To M. Denham On His Prospective Poem.
To M. Henry Lawes, The Excellent Composer Of His Lyrics.
To M. Kellam.
To M. Laurence Swetnaham.
To M. Leonard Willan, His Peculiar Friend.
To Man Without Money
To Marigolds.
To Meadows
To Mistress Amy Potter.
To Mistress Dorothy Parsons.
To Mistress Katharine Bradshaw, The Lovely, That Crowned Him With Laurel
To Mistress Mary Willand.
To Momus.
To Music
To Music, To Becalm A Sweet Sick Youth
To Music, To Becalm His Fever
To Music: A Song
To My Dearest Sister, M. Mercy Herrick.
To My Ill Reader.
To Myrrha, Hard-Hearted.
To Oenone
To Oenone.
To Pansies
To Perenna
To Perenna, A Mistress.
To Perenna.
To Perilla
To Phillis, To Love And Live With Him
To Primroses Filled With Morning Dew
To Prince Charles Upon His Coming To Exeter.
To Robin Red-Breast
To Rosemary And Bays.
To Roses In Julia's Bosom.
To Sapho
To Sappho.
To Silvia
To Silvia To Wed
To Silvia.
To Sir Clipsby Crew
To Sir George Parry, Doctor Of The Civil Law.
To Sir John Berkley, Governor Of Exeter.
To Springs And Fountains.
To Sycamores.
To The Detractor.
To The Earl Of Westmoreland.
To The Fever, Not To Trouble Julia.
To The Generous Reader.
To The Genius Of His House
To The Handsome Mistress Grace Potter
To The High And Noble Prince George, Duke, Marquis, And Earl Of Buckingham.
To The Honoured Master Endymion Porter.
To The King And Queen Upon Their Unhappy Distances.
To The King, To Cure The Evil.
To The King, Upon His Coming With His Army Into The West.
To The King, Upon His Taking Of Leicester.
To The King, Upon His Welcome To Hampton Court. Set And Sung.
To The King.
To The Ladies.
To The Lady Crewe, Upon The Death Of Her Child
To The Lady Mary Villars, Governess To The Princess Henrietta.
To The Lark.
To The Little Spinners.
To The Lord Hopton, On His Fight In Cornwall.
To The Maids, To Walk Abroad
To The Most Accomplished Gentleman, M. Michael Oulsworth.
To The Most Accomplished Gentleman, Master Edward Norgate, Clerk Of The Signet To His Majesty. Epig.
To The Most Comely And Proper M. Elizabeth Finch.
To The Most Fair And Lovely Mistress Anne Soame, Now Lady Abdie.
To The Most Illustrious And Most Hopeful Prince. Charles, Prince Of Wales.
To The Most Learned, Wise, And Arch-Antiquary, M. John Selden.
To The Most Virtuous Mistress Pot, Who Many Times Entertained Him.
To The Nightingale And Robin Redbreast.
To The Painter, To Draw Him A Picture.
To The Passenger.
To The Patron Of Poets, M. End. Porter.
To The Queen.
To The Reverend Shade Of His Religious Father.
To The Right Gracious Prince, Lodowick, Duke Of Richmond And Lennox.
To The Right Honourable Edward, Earl Of Dorset.
To The Right Honourable Mildmay, Earl Of Westmoreland.
To The Right Honourable Philip, Earl Of Pembroke And Montgomery.
To The Rose: A Song
To The Sour Reader.
To The Virgins, To Make Much Of Time
To The Water-nymphs Drinking At The Fountain
To The Western Wind.
To The Willow Tree
To The Yew And Cypress To Grace His Funeral.
To Violets
To Virgins.
To Vulcan.
To Women, To Hide Their Teeth If They Be Rotten Or Rusty.
To Youth
True Friendship.
True Safety.
Truth And Error
Truth And Falsehood
Truth And Falsehood.
Twelfth Night: Or, King And Queen.
Two Things Odious.
Ultimus Heroum: Or, To The Most Learned, And To The Right Honourable, Henry, Marquis Of Dorchester.
Up Scoble
Up Tails All.
Upon A Black Twist Rounding The Arm Of The Countess Of Carlisle.
Upon A Blear-Ey'd Woman.
Upon A Cheap Laundress. Epig.
Upon A Child
Upon A Child That Died
Upon A Child. An Epitaph.
Upon A Comely And Curious Maid.
Upon A Crooked Maid.
Upon A Delaying Lady
Upon A Fly.
Upon A Free Maid, With A Foul Breath.
Upon A Gentlewoman With A Sweet Voice.
Upon A Hoarse Singer.
Upon A Lady Fair But Fruitless.
Upon A Lady That Died In Child-Bed, And Left A Daughter Behind Her.
Upon A Maid
Upon A Maid That Died The Day She Was Married.
Upon A Maid.
Upon A Painted Gentlewoman
Upon A Physician.
Upon A Scar In A Virgin's Face.
Upon A Sour-Breath Lady. Epig.
Upon A Virgin Kissing A Rose.
Upon A Virgin.
Upon A Wife That Died Mad With Jealousy.
Upon A Young Mother Of Many Children.
Upon Adam Peapes. Epig.
Upon An Old Man: A Residentiary.
Upon An Old Woman.
Upon Batt.
Upon Ben Jonson.
Upon Bice.
Upon Blanch.
Upon Blanch. Epig.
Upon Blinks. Epig.
Upon Blisse.
Upon Boreman. Epig.
Upon Bran. Epig.
Upon Bridget. Epig.
Upon Brock. Epig.
Upon Buggins.
Upon Bunce. Epig.
Upon Bungy.
Upon Burr.
Upon Candlemas Day.
Upon Case.
Upon Center, A Spectacle-Maker With A Flat Nose.
Upon Chub.
Upon Clunn.
Upon Cob. Epig.
Upon Cock.
Upon Comely, A Good Speaker But An Ill Singer. Epig.
Upon Coone. Epig.
Upon Crab. Epig.
Upon Craw.
Upon Croot.
Upon Cuffe. Epig.
Upon Cupid
Upon Cupid.
Upon Cuts.
Upon Deb.
Upon Doll.
Upon Doll. Epig.
Upon Dundrige.
Upon Eeles. Epig.
Upon Electra's Tears.
Upon Electra.
Upon Faunus.
Upon Flimsey. Epig.
Upon Flood Or A Thankful Man.
Upon Fone A Schoolmaster. Epig.
Upon Franck.
Upon Gander. Epig.
Upon Glasco. Epig.
Upon Glass. Epig.
Upon God.
Upon Gorgonius.
Upon Greedy. Epig.
Upon Groynes. Epig.
Upon Grubs.
Upon Grudgings.
Upon Gryll.
Upon Gubbs. Epig.
Upon Guess. Epig.
Upon Gut.
Upon Her Alms.
Upon Her Blush.
Upon Her Eyes
Upon Her Feet
Upon Her Voice.
Upon Her Weeping.
Upon Himself
Upon Himself Being Buried.
Upon Himself.
Upon His Departure Hence.
Upon His Eyesight Failing Him.
Upon His Gray Hairs
Upon His Julia.
Upon His Kinswoman, Mistress Bridget Herrick.
Upon His Kinswoman, Mistress Elizabeth Herrick.
Upon His Kinswoman, Mrs. M. S.
Upon His Sister-In-Law, Mistress Elizabeth Herrick
Upon His Spaniel Tracy.
Upon His Verses.
Upon Hog.
Upon Huncks. Epig.
Upon Irene.
Upon Jack And Jill. Epig.
Upon Jolly And Jilly. Epig.
Upon Jolly's Wife.
Upon Jone And Jane.
Upon Judith. Epig.
Upon Julia Washing Herself In The River.
Upon Julia's Breasts.
Upon Julia's Clothes
Upon Julia's Fall.
Upon Julia's Hair Bundled Up In A Golden Net.
Upon Julia's Hair Filled With Dew
Upon Julia's Recovery
Upon Julia's Riband.
Upon Julia's Ribbon
Upon Julia's Sweat.
Upon Julia's Unlacing Herself
Upon Julia's Unlacing Herself.
Upon Julia's Voice
Upon Julia's Voice.
Upon Kings.
Upon Leech.
Upon Letcher. Epig.
Upon Linnet. Epig.
Upon Loach.
Upon Love
Upon Love (2)
Upon Love.
Upon Love: By Way Of Question And Answer
Upon Lucia Dabbled In The Dew.
Upon Lucia.
Upon Lucy. Epig.
Upon Luggs. Epig.
Upon Lulls.
Upon Lungs. Epig.
Upon Lupes.
Upon Lusk.
Upon M. Ben. Jonson. Epig.
Upon M. William Lawes, The Rare Musician.
Upon Madam Ursly. Epig.
Upon Maggot, A Frequenter Of Ordinaries.
Upon Man
Upon Master Fletcher's Incomparable Plays.
Upon Mease. Epig.
Upon Meg.
Upon Mistress Susanna Southwell, Her Cheeks.
Upon Moon.
Upon Mrs Eliz. Wheeler, Under The Name Of Amarillis
Upon Much-More. Epig.
Upon Mudge.
Upon Nis.
Upon Nodes.
Upon One Lily, Who Married With A Maid Called Rose.
Upon One Who Said She Was Always Young.
Upon One-Ey'd Broomsted. Epig.
Upon Pagget.
Upon Parrat.
Upon Parson Beanes
Upon Parson Beanes.
Upon Parting.
Upon Paske, A Draper.
Upon Patrick, A Footman. Epig.
Upon Paul. Epig.
Upon Pearch. Epig.
Upon Peason. Epig.
Upon Penny.
Upon Pievish. Epig.
Upon Pimp.
Upon Pink, An Ill-Fac'd Painter. Epig.
Upon Prew His Maid
Upon Prickles. Epig.
Upon Prig.
Upon Prigg.
Upon Prudence Baldwin: Her Sickness.
Upon Punchin. Epig.
Upon Puss And Her 'Prentice. Epig.
Upon Ralph.
Upon Ralph. Epig.
Upon Rasp. Epig.
Upon Reape.
Upon Rook. Epig.
Upon Roots. Epig.
Upon Roses
Upon Rump.
Upon Rush.
Upon Sappho Sweetly Playing And Sweetly Singing.
Upon Sappho.
Upon Scobble. Epig.
Upon Shark. Epig.
Upon Shewbread. Epig.
Upon Shift.
Upon Shopter.
Upon Sibb. Epig.
Upon Sibilla.
Upon Silvia, A Mistress.
Upon Skinns. Epig.
Upon Skoles. Epig.
Upon Skrew. Epig.
Upon Skurf.
Upon Slouch.
Upon Smeaton.
Upon Snare, An Usurer.
Upon Sneape. Epig.
Upon Some Women.
Upon Spalt.
Upon Spenke.
Upon Spokes.
Upon Spunge. Epig.
Upon Spur.
Upon Strut.
Upon Sudds, A Laundress.
Upon Tap.
Upon Teage.
Upon Tears
Upon The Bishop Of Lincoln's Imprisonment.
Upon The Death Of His Sparrow. An Elegy.
Upon The Detracter
Upon The Lady Crew.
Upon The Loss Of His Finger.
Upon The Loss Of His Mistresses
Upon The Much-Lamented Mr. J. Warr.
Upon The Nipples Of Julia's Breast
Upon The Roses In Julia's Bosom.
Upon The Same. (To The Detractor.)
Upon The Troublesome Times.
Upon Time
Upon Tooly.
Upon Trap.
Upon Trencherman.
Upon Trigg. Epig.
Upon Truggin.
Upon Tubbs.
Upon Tuck. Epig.
Upon Umber.
Upon Urles.
Upon Ursley.
Upon Vinegar.
Upon Woman And Mary.
Upon Wrinkles
Upon Zelot.
Virtue Best United.
Virtue Is Sensible Of Suffering.
Vow To Venus
Way In A Crowd.
Welcome What Comes.
What God Is.
What Kind Of Mistress He Would Have
When He Would Have His Verses Read
Why Flowers Change Colour
Wit Punished Prospers Most
Women Useless.
Youth And Age.
Zeal Required In Love.