[Dominic Carlone has kindly shared Snatched Away in Beauty's Bloom, his elegantly designed Hallam site at the University of Windsor (from which this document comes), with readers of the Victorian Web.
Clicking upon the title of the following works will bring you to the full text of each poem.
- None but a Tuscan hand could fix ye here
- Oh blessing and delight of my young heart (April, 1829)
- Even thus, methinks, a city reared should be! (July, 1829)
- A melancholy thought had laid me low (September, 1830)
- To My Mother (January, 1831)
- Alas! that sometimes even a duteous life (May, 1831)
- Oh Poetry, oh rarest spirit of all (June, 1831)
- Why throbbest thou, my heart, why thickly breathest?
- Still here--thou hast not faded from my sight
- Lady, I bid thee to a sunny dome
- Speed ye, warm hours, along th'appointed path
- When gentle fingers cease to touch the string
- The garden trees are busy with the shower
- from Meditative Fragments (1829)
- From Schiller (September, 1829)
- A Scene in Summer (June, 1831)
Last modified 7 April 2000.