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A HYMN IN THE GLORIOUS EPIPHANIE OF OUR LORD, GOD, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Bright babe! Whose awfull beautyes make
Last Line: The world's and his hyperion.
Subject(s): Epiphany; Twelfth Night


A HYMN [TO THE NAME AND] IN HONOR OF SAINT TERESA, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Love, thou art absolute sole lord
Last Line: Must learn in life to die like thee.
Variant Title(s): In Memory Of The Vertuous And Learned ... Early Martyrdom
Subject(s): Nuns; Teresa, Saint (1515-1582); Teresa Of Jesus, Saint; Teresa Of Avila, Saint; Theresa, Saint


A SONG [OF DIVINE LOVE], by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lord, when the sense of thy sweet grace
Last Line: Dead to my selfe, I live in thee.
Subject(s): Consolation


AN ELEGIE ON THE DEATH OF DR. PORTER, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Stay, silver-footed came, strive not to wed
Last Line: Are teeming now with store of fresh supplies.
Subject(s): Porter, George (D. 1635)


AN ELEGY UPON THE DEATH OF MR. STANNINOW, FELLOW OF QUEENE'S, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hath aged winter, fledg'd with feathered raine
Last Line: Let each eye water't with a courteous teare.
Subject(s): Stanninow, James (D. 1635)


AN EPITAPH UPON DOCTOR BROOKE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A brooke whose streame so great, so good
Last Line: The muses with their teares supply.
Subject(s): Brooke, Samuel (D. 1631)


AN EPITAPH UPON HUSBAND AND WIFE WHO DIED AND WERE BURIED, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: To these, whom death again did wed
Last Line: Whose day shall never die in night.
Variant Title(s): Epitaph Upon A Young Married Couple Dead And Buryed Together
Subject(s): Death; Love; Love - Marital; Marriage; Dead, The; Wedded Love; Marriage - Love; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


AN EPITAPH UPON MR. ASHTON A COMFORTABLE CITIZEN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The modest front of this small floore
Last Line: His life still kept alive in thee.


ANSWER FOR HOPE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear hope! Earth's dowry, and heaven's debt!
Last Line: The god of nature in the field of grace.
Variant Title(s): Richard Crashaw's Answer For Hope;on Hope
Subject(s): Hope; Optimism


APOLOGIE FOR THE HYMNE IN MEMORY OF LADY MADRE DE TERESA (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thus have I back again to thy bright name
Last Line: May drink it self up, and forget to dy.
Variant Title(s): An Apologie For The Fore-goving Hymne
Subject(s): Teresa, Saint (1515-1582); Teresa Of Jesus, Saint; Teresa Of Avila, Saint; Theresa, Saint


BRIT. MUS. ADD. MS. 33219, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: At th' ivory tribunall of your hand
Last Line: Is her lifes wing, or her death's winding-sheet.
Variant Title(s): With Some Poems Sent To A Gentlewoman (1)
Subject(s): Books; Reading


CHARITAS NIMIA; OR THE DEAR BARGAIN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lord, what is man? Why should he coste thee
Last Line: As then in death, so now in love.
Subject(s): Humility


CHRIST CRUCIFIED, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thy restless feet now cannot go
Last Line: It gives tho' bound, tho' bound 'tis free!
Subject(s): Crucifixion; Jesus Christ - Crucifixion


DEATH'S LECTURE AT THE FUNERAL OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear reliques of a dislodg'd soul, whose lack
Last Line: Of all interpreters read nature true.
Variant Title(s): Upon Mr. Staninoughs Death
Subject(s): Stanninow, James (D. 1635)


EPITHALAMIUM, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Come virgin tapers of pure waxe
Last Line: Sweet'st in the close.
Subject(s): Marriage; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


HIS EPITAPH, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Passenger who e're thou art
Last Line: Is he entomb'd, but in thy heart.
Subject(s): Herrys, William (D. 1631)


HYMN IN THE ASSUMPTION (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hark! She is called, the parting hour is come
Last Line: Sweet angels come, and sing the rest.
Variant Title(s): In The Assumption;on The Assumption Of The Virgin Mary;on The Glorious Assumption Of Our Blessed Lady [or Virgin]
Subject(s): Assumption, The (Theology); Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Women In The Bible; Virgin Mary


HYMN TO THE NAME OF JESUS, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I sing the name which none can say
Last Line: And break before thee.
Variant Title(s): To The Name Above Every Name
Subject(s): Jesus Christ


IN THE HOLY NATIVITY [OF OUR LORD GOD]; AS SUNG BY SHEPHERDS, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Come, we shepherds, whose blest sight
Last Line: Our selves become our own best sacrifice.
Variant Title(s): At Bethlehem;hymn Of The Nativity;the Nativity;hymn In The Holy Nativity (2)
Subject(s): Christmas; Jesus Christ; Nativity, The


LETTER TO THE COUNTESS OF DENBIGH (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What heaven-besieged heart is this
Last Line: He is repuls'd indeed, but you'r undone.
Variant Title(s): Against Irresolution [and Delay In Matters Of Religion]
Subject(s): Religion; Theology


LOVE'S NIGHTINGALE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Though now 'tis neither may nor june
Last Line: Shall sitt and sing.
Variant Title(s): With Some Poems Sent To A Gentlewoman (2)
Subject(s): Birds; Books; Nightingales; Reading


LOVES HOROSCOPE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Love, brave vertues younger brother
Last Line: Love shall live, although he dye.
Subject(s): Astrology & Astrologers; Love


NEW YEAR'S DAY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Rise, thou best and brightest morning!
Last Line: But in thy fairest eyes find two for one.
Variant Title(s): Hymn For New Year's Day
Subject(s): Christmas; Holidays; New Year; Nativity, The


ODE ON A PRAYER BOOK SENT TO MRS. M.R., by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lo! Here a little volume, but great [or large] book!
Last Line: To have her god become her lover.
Variant Title(s): Prayer. An Ode Prefixed;prayer: Gentle-woman
Subject(s): Nuns


OFFICE OF THE HOLY CROSSE; 2ND VERSION, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wakefull matines hast to sing
Last Line: My dying life may draw a new, and never fleeting breath.
Variant Title(s): The Hymn: The Howres For The Hour Of Matines


OFFICE OF THE HOLY CROSSE; 2ND VERSION: INTRODUCTION, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thou shalt open my lippes, o lord
Last Line: World without end. Amen.


ON A FOUL [OR, FOULE] MORNING [BEING THEN TO TAKE A JOURNEY], by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Where art thou, sol, while thus the blindfold day
Last Line: Let it suffice, shee'l weare no maske to day.


ON A TREATISE OF CHARITY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Rise then, immortall maid! Religion rise
Last Line: To be a true protestant, 's but to hate the pope.
Variant Title(s): Upon The Ensuing Treatises [or Mr. Shelford]


ON GEORGE HERBERT'S BOOK, THE TEMPLE, SENT TO A GENTLEWOMAN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Know you, fair, on what you look
Last Line: Of your white hand, they are mine.
Subject(s): Books; Herbert, George (1593-1633); Reading


ON MARRIAGE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I would be married, but I'de have no wife
Last Line: I would be married to a single life.
Subject(s): Marriage; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


ON THE FRONTISPIECE OF ISAACSONS CHRONOLOGIE EXPLAINED (1), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Let hoary time's vast bowels be the grave
Last Line: That, the world's morning, this her midnight is.
Subject(s): Andrewes, Lancelot,(1555-1626); Clergy; Isaacson, Henry (1581-1657); Bishop Of Winchester; Priests; Rabbis; Ministers; Bishops


ON THE GUNPOWDER-TREASON, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I sing impiety beyond a name
Last Line: Least it breake forth, and burne thy sooty cell.
Subject(s): Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes


SAMSON TO HIS DALILAH, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Could not once blinding me, cruel, suffice?
Last Line: When first I look'd on thee, I lost mine eyes.
Subject(s): Bible; Religion; Theology


SHEPHERDS' SONG, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We saw thee in thy balmy nest
Last Line: Ourselves become our own best sacrifice!
Variant Title(s): A Hymn Sung As By The Shepherds
Subject(s): Shepherds & Shepherdesses


SONG UPON THE BLEEDING CRUCIFIX, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Jesu, no more, it is full tide
Last Line: The well of living waters, lord, till now.
Variant Title(s): On The Bleeding Crucified Lord;upon The Bleeding Crucifix. A Song;on The Bleeding Wounds Of Our Crucified Lord
Subject(s): Crucifixion; Jesus Christ - Crucifixion


TEMPERANCE, OR THE CHEAP PHYSICIAN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Goe now; and with some dareing drugg
Last Line: Hark hither; and thy self be he.
Subject(s): Health; Lessius (Leys), Leonard (1554-1623)


THE FLAMING HEART, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Well meaning readers, you that come as friends
Last Line: Unto all life of mine may dy.
Subject(s): Nuns; Teresa, Saint (1515-1582); Teresa Of Jesus, Saint; Teresa Of Avila, Saint; Theresa, Saint


THE TEAR, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What bright soft thing is this?
Last Line: In th'heaven of mary's eye, a teare.


THE WEEPER (1), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hail, sister springs
Last Line: A worthier object -- our lord's feet.
Variant Title(s): Saint Mary Magdalene Or The Weeper
Subject(s): Bible; Mary Magdalen; Religion; Women In The Bible; Mary Magdalene; Theology


TO A YOUNG GENTLE-WOMAN [CONCERNING HER CHOICE], by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear, heaven-designed soul!
Last Line: May it not be amongst the sonnes of men.
Variant Title(s): To [mrs. M.r.] Councel Concerning Her Choice
Subject(s): Marriage; Nuns; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


TO THE HONORABLE GENTLEMAN, MASTER TOURNEY HIS ... TUTOR, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Now the fourth harvest has gilded the hair of ceres
Last Line: (as before) be greater than every barrier.
Subject(s): Tournay, John


TO THE MORNING. SATISFACTION FOR SLEEP, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What succour can I hope the muse will send
Last Line: Shut in their teares; shut out their miseryes.
Subject(s): Sleep


TO THE MOST LEARNED MAN, ... PRAECEPTOR MASTER BROOK, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O you who were never an unpleasant name to me
Last Line: He was the least of my [pupils]. But he was mine.
Subject(s): Brooke, Robert (17th Century)


TO THE QUEEN'S MAJESTY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Madame. / 'mongst those long rowes of crownes that guild your race
Last Line: Three kingdomes to supply this day's three kings.
Subject(s): Charles I, King Of England (1600-1649); Henrietta Maria, Queen Of England


TO THE QUEEN, AN APOLOGIE FOR THE LENGTH OF THE PANEGYRICK, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When you are mistresse of the song
Last Line: That made it long, excuse the length.


TO THE READER, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hail. And now farewell. For why would anyone go any further
Last Line: And surely (you will say) this [man's] love ought to be loved.


TWO WENT UP INTO THE TEMPLE TO PRAY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Two went to pray? O rather say
Last Line: The other to the altar's god.
Subject(s): Bible; Prayer; Religion; Theology


UPON BISHOP ANDREWES HIS PICTURE BEFORE HIS SERMONS, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: See heer a shadow from that setting sunne
Last Line: Look on the following leaves and see him breath.
Subject(s): Andrewes, Lancelot,(1555-1626); Clergy; Bishop Of Winchester; Priests; Rabbis; Ministers; Bishops


UPON FORD'S TWO TRAGEDIES, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thou cheat'st us ford, mak'st one seeme two by art
Last Line: What is loves sacrifice, but the broken heart?
Subject(s): Ford, John (1586-1639)


UPON THE BIRTH OF THE PRINCESSE ELIZABETH, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Bright starre of majesty, oh shedd on mee
Last Line: And I'le not blurre it with my paraphrase.
Subject(s): Charles Ii, King Of England (1630-1685)


UPON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hee's dead: oh what harsh musicks there
Last Line: The musick of his name yett soundeth shrill.


UPON THE DEATH OF A GENTLEMAN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Faithlesse and fond mortality!
Last Line: Thus much, hee's dead, and weepe the rest.
Subject(s): Chambers, Michael (D. 1634)


UPON THE DEATH OF MR. HERRYS, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A plant of noble stemme, forward and faire
Last Line: O doe thou water it with one kind teare.
Subject(s): Herrys, William (D. 1631)


UPON THE DEATH OF THE MOST DESIRED MR. HERRYS (1), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Death, what dost? O hold thy blow
Last Line: All her births abortive prove.
Subject(s): Herrys, William (D. 1631)


UPON THE DEATH OF THE MOST DESIRED MR. HERRYS (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If ever pitty were acquainted
Last Line: All hope of never dying, here lyes dead.
Subject(s): Herrys, William (D. 1631)


UPON THE DUKE OF YORKE HIS BIRTH A PANEGYRICKE, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Brittaine, the mighty oceans lovely bride
Last Line: This rurall wreath dares be thy sacrifice.
Variant Title(s): To The Queen, Upon Her Numerous Progenie, A Panegyrick


UPON THE FAIRE ETHIOPIAN SENT TO A GENTLEWOMAN, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Lo here the faire chariclia! In whom strove
Last Line: Shee shall appeare true ethiopian.
Subject(s): Heliodorus (3d Century A.d.)


UPON THE GUNPOWDER TREASON (1), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Grow plumpe, leane death; his holiness a feast
Last Line: And rugged touch of pluto's multitude.
Subject(s): Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes


UPON THE GUNPOWDER TREASON (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Reach me a quill, pluckt from the flaming wing
Last Line: The light's faire face, but still abortive bee.
Subject(s): Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes


UPON THE KING'S CORONATION (1), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sound forth, celestial organs, let heavens quire
Last Line: The world will be one ocean, one great teare.
Subject(s): Charles Ii, King Of England (1630-1685)


UPON THE KING'S CORONATION (2), by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Strange metamorphosis! It was but now
Last Line: All melancholy clowds vanisht away.
Subject(s): Metamorphosis


UPON THE POWDER DAY, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How fit our well-rank'd feasts do follow
Last Line: All mischiefe comes after all hallow.
Subject(s): Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes


UPON TWO GREENE APRICOCKES SENT TO COWLEY BY SIR CRASHAW, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Take these, times tardy truants, sent by me
Last Line: How much my summer waites upon thy spring.
Subject(s): Cowley, Abraham (1618-1667)


WISHES TO HIS SUPPOSED MISTRESS, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Whoe'er she be, / that not impossible she
Last Line: Be ye my fictions: -- but her story.
Variant Title(s): Wishes For The Supposed Mistress
Subject(s): Beauty; Desire; Love


WITH A PICTURE SENT TO A FRIEND, by RICHARD CRASHAW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I paint so ill, my peece had need to bee
Last Line: My love, or feign'd or painted should appeare.
Subject(s): Paintings & Painters