"Poems" by Samuel Rogers Samuel Rogers was an English poet, in fact, during his lifetime he was one of the most celebrated poets. This book collects his work in one easy place. Containing 33 of his most loved work, he tackles everything from sisterhood to sleep in his work. The Pleasures of Memory, Epistle to a Friend, Ode to Superstition, Written to be spoken in a Theatre, To——, The Sailor, To an old Oak, From Euripides, To Two Sisters, Written at Midnight, On a Tear, To a Voice that had been lost, From a Greek Epigram., To the Torso, To——, Written in a Sick Chamber, To a Friend on his Marriage, The Alps at Day-break, Imitation of an Italian Sonnet, On——asleep., To the youngest Daughter of Lady **, An Epitaph on a Robin-Redbreast, A Wish, An Italian Song, To the Gnat, An Inscription in the Crimea, Captivity, A Character, Written in the Highlands of Scotland, A Farewell To the Butterfly, Written in Westminster Abbey, and The Voyage of Columbus are collected here.
THE PLEASURES OF MEMORY PARTI
NOTES ON THE SECOND PART
ON A TEAR
WRITTEN IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND SEPTEMBER 1 1812
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Æneid Æschylus antient Assembly of Evil bids birds blest blue breast breath'd breathe bright CANTO Castilian language cell charm clime Columbus controul Cortes courser dark dead deep delight desert shore dream Duke of Choiseul Euripides fear fled flings Footnote 11 Footnote 9 giv'n glory glows grove hail heart heav'n Hence Herrera hour human voice hung light live lov'd Maximian melt MEMORY mind mov'd murmurs Muse night NOTE g o'er pass'd pensive pleasure resign'd rise rite round rude sacred sail says scene secret seraph shade shifting sail shine shore sigh silent sleep smile song soon soul sphere spirit spring sung sweet swell Table of Contents tears thee thine thou thought thro trembling triumphs truth Twas vales vengeance rise Victor Hirtzler VIRGIL'S tomb voice Voyage wake wave whence wild wind wings youth