The Poetry Corner

Thomas Hood


A Black Job.
A Fairy Tale.
A Few Lines On Completing Forty-Seven.
A Flying Visit.
A Friendly Address To Mrs. Fry In Newgate.
A Lay Of Real Life
A Parental Ode To My Son, Aged Three Years And Five Months.
A Parthian Glance.
A Plain Direction.
A Public Dinner.
A Report From Below!
A Retrospective Review.
A Sailor's Apology For Bow-Legs.
A Serenade.
A Singular Exhibition At Somerset House.
A Storm At Hastings, And The Little Unknown.
A Tale Of A Trumpet.
A True Story.
A Waterloo Ballad.
Agricultural Distress. - A Pastoral Report.
An Address To The Steam Washing Company.
An Open Question.
As It Fell Upon A Day
Bianca's Dream. - A Venetian Story.
Birthday Verses.
Death's Ramble.[1]
Domestic Asides; Or, Truth In Parentheses.
Etching Moralised. To A Noble Lady.
Fair Ines.
Faithless Nelly Gray. - A Pathetic Ballad.
Faithless Sally Brown.[1] - An Old Ballad.
False Poets And True. - To Wordsworth.
Hero And Leander. - To S. T. Coleridge.
Hit Or Miss.
Huggins And Duggins. - Pastoral, After Pope.
Hymeneal Retrospections.
Hymn To The Sun.
I Love Thee.
I Remember, I Remember.
I'm Not A Single Man."[1] - Lines Written In A Young Lady's Album.
John Day. - A Pathetic Ballad.
Lament For The Decline Of Chivalry.[1]
Letter Of Remonstrance From Bridget Jones To The Noblemen And Gentlemen Forming The Washing Committee.
Lieutenant Luff.
Lines On Seeing My Wife And Two Children Sleeping In The Same Chamber.[1]
Lines To A Lady.[1] On Her Departure For India.
Lines To Mary. - Old Bailey Ballads.
Lycus The Centaur.
Mary's Ghost. - A Pathetic Ballad.
Miss Kilmansegg And Her Precious Leg.[1]
Morning Meditations.
Ode On A Distant Prospect Of Clapham Academy.[1]
Ode To Captain Paery[1]
Ode To Joseph Grimaldi, Senior.
Ode To Melancholy.
Ode To Mr. Graham,[1] - The Aeronaut.
Ode To Peace. - Written On The Night Of My Mistress's Grand Rout.
Ode To Rae Wilson, Esq. To The Editor Of The Athenum.
Ode To Richard Martin, Esq.,[1] M.P. For Galway.
Ode To Sir Andrew Agnew, Bart.[1]
Ode To The Advocates For The Removal Of Smith-Field Market.
Ode To The Great Unknown.[1]
Ode To The Moon.
Ode To W. Kitchener, M.D.[1]
Ode. Autumn.
Our Village. - By A Villager.
Playing At Soldiers.
Queen Mab.
Rural Felicity.
Sally Simpkin's Lament; Or, John Jones's Kit-Cat-Astrophe.
Shooting Pains.
Sonnet To Ocean.[1]
Sonnet. Death.
Sonnet. For The 14th Of February.
Sonnet. On Receiving A Gift.
Sonnet. Silence.
Sonnet. To An Enthusiast.
Sonnet. To My Wife.
Sonnet. Written In A Volume Of Shakspeare.
Sonnet. Written In Keats' "Endymion."
The Angler's Farewell.
The Assistant Drapers' Petition.[1]
The Bachelor's Dream.
The Bridge Of Sighs.
The Broken Dish.
The Carelesse Nurse Mayd.
The China-Mender.
The Compass, With Variations.[1]
The Death-Bed.[1]
The Demon-Ship.
The Departure Of Summer.
The Desert-Born[1]
The Dream Of Eugene Aram.[1]
The Drowning Ducks.
The Duel. - A Serious Ballad.
The Elm Tree. - A Dream In The Woods.
The Epping Hunt.[1]
The Exile.
The Fall.
The Forge.[1] A Romance Of The Iron Age.
The Forlorn Shepherd's Complaint.[1] - An Unpublished Poem, From Sydney.
The Forsaken.
The Fox And The Hen. - A Fable.
The Ghost. - A Very Serious Ballad.
The Green Man.
The Haunted House[1] - A Romance.
The Irish Schoolmaster.
The Key. - A Moorish Romance.
The Lady's Dream.
The Last Man.
The Lay Of The Laborer.
The Lee Shore.
The Lost Heir.
The Lover's Progress.
The Mary. - A Sea-Side Sketch.
The Mermaid Of Margate.[1]
The Pauper's Christmas Carol.
The Plea Of The Midsummer Fairies.[1]
The Poacher. - A Serious Ballad.
The Poet's Portion.
The Progress Of Art.
The Sea Of Death. - A Fragment.
The Song Of The Shirt.
The Stag-Eyed Lady. - A Moorish Tale.
The Sun Was Slumbering In The West.
The Supper Superstition. - A Pathetic Ballad.
The Sweeps Complaint.
The Two Peacocks Of Bedfont.
The Two Swans. - A Fairy Tale.
The University Feud.[1]
The Volunteer.
The Water Lady.[1]
The Water Peri's Song.
The Wee Man. - A Romance.
The Widow.
The Workhouse Clock. - An Allegory.
Those Evening Bells.
Tim Turpin. - A Pathetic Ballad.
Time, Hope, And Memory.
To ----
To A Child Embracing His Mother.
To A Cold Beauty.
To A False Friend.
To A Sleeping Child. I.
To A Sleeping Child. II.
To An Absentee.
To Fancy.
To Henrietta,[1] On Her Departure For Calais.
To Hope.
To Mary Housemaid, On Valentine's Day.
To Minerva
To My Daughter[1] On Her Birthday.
Verses In An Album.