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Author: chatterton, thomas
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Chatterton, Thomas    Poet's Biography
18 poems available by this author


AELLA: MINSTREL'S MARRIAGE-SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: The budding floweret blushes at the light
Last Line: Winter and dusky hills will have a charm for thee.
Variant Title(s): The Want
Subject(s): Marriage; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


AELLA: MYNSTRELLES SONGE       
First Line: O! Synge untoe mie roundelaie


AELLA: MYNSTRELLES SONGE    Poem Text    
First Line: Angelles bee wrongte to bee of neidher kynde
Last Line: Bee bante or blejsed hie yn proovynge marryage lyfe.


AELLA: THE MINSTREL'S SONG    Poem Text    
First Line: O sing unto my roundelay
Last Line: Thus the damsel spake and died.
Variant Title(s): The Minstrel's Roundelay
Subject(s): Death; Mourning; Dead, The; Bereavement


BRISTOWE TRAGEDIE: OR, THE DEATH OF SYR CHARLES BAWDIN    Poem Text    
First Line: The feathered songster chaunticleer
Last Line: Ynne heav'n godd's mercie synge!
Subject(s): Knights & Knighthood


ECLOGUE THE FIRST; ROBERT AND RAUFE    Poem Text    
First Line: When england, smoking from her deadly wound
Last Line: And thorough air doth fly, in garments stained with blood.
Variant Title(s): Eclogue: Robert And Raufe


ECLOGUE THE THIRD; A MAN, A WOMAN, SIR ROGER    Poem Text    
First Line: Wouldst thou know nature in her better part?
Last Line: Wouldst harder feel the wind, as thou didst higher mount.
Variant Title(s): Eclogue: A Man, A Woman, Sir Roger


ECLOGUE: ELINOURE AND JUGA    Poem Text    
First Line: On rudborne bank two pining maidens sat
Last Line: Yelled their deadly knell, sank in the waves, and died.
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


ELEGY ON MR. WILLIAM SMITH: MR. SMITH IS DEAD    Poem Text    
First Line: Ascend, my muse, on sorrow's sable plume
Last Line: The blood-stained tomb where smith and comfort lie.
Subject(s): Blood; Death; Graves; Grief; Dead, The; Tombs; Tombstones; Sorrow; Sadness


LAST VERSES    Poem Text    
First Line: Farewell, bristolia's dingy piles of brick
Last Line: And this last act of wretchedness forgive.
Subject(s): Bristol, England; Death; Dead, The


ODE TO MISS HOYLAND: MISS HOYLAND IS COY    Poem Text    
First Line: Ah! Hoyland, empress of my heart
Last Line: And make thy baker blest?
Subject(s): Hearts; Love; Passion; Pleasure


SENTIMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: Since we can die but once, what matters it
Last Line: All to one common dissolution tends.
Subject(s): Pain; Suffering; Misery


SONG TO AELLA LORD OF THE CASTLE OF BRISTOL IN DAYS OF YORE    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh thou, or what remains of thee
Last Line: Till in one flame all the whole world expire.


THE ACCOUNTE OF W. CANYNGES FEAST    Poem Text    
First Line: Through the hall the bell hath sound
Last Line: If rowley, iscam, or tyb. Gorges be not seen.
Subject(s): Feasts


THE COPERNICAN SYSTEM    Poem Text    
First Line: The sun revolving on his axis turns
Last Line: Now more admir'd in being understood.
Subject(s): Mnemonics; Planets


THE RESIGNATION    Poem Text    
First Line: O god! Whose thunder shakes the sky
Last Line: Which god, my east, my sun, reveals.
Variant Title(s): On Resignation;faith
Subject(s): Death; Faith; Heaven; Dead, The; Belief; Creed; Paradise


THE [EXCELLENT] BALLADE OF CHARITIE    Poem Text    
First Line: In virgine [virgyne] the sulty sun gan sheene
Last Line: Or give the mittee will, or give the gode man power.
Variant Title(s): An Excelente Balade Of Charitie
Subject(s): Charity; Philanthropy


TO A FRIEND: MR. BAKER IS WELL    Poem Text    
First Line: O'erwhelm'd with pleasure at the joyful news
Last Line: The beauteous hoyland shall employ my line.
Subject(s): Friendship; Happiness; Men; News; Joy; Delight