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Petrarch    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Petrarca, Francesco
156 poems available by this author


A SONNET ON THE DEATH OF LAURA    Poem Text    
First Line: I fill with sighs the air whene'er I stand
Last Line: But of my grief for laura's death can tell.
Subject(s): Death; Grief; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness


A SONNET ON THE DEATH OF LAURA (2)    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh death! How has thy utmost malice sped!
Last Line: As here thy beauty triumph'd over me.
Subject(s): Death; Grief; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness


CANZONE: 126       
First Line: Clear, fresh, and dulcet streams
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


CANZONE: 128       
First Line: O my own italy! Though words are vain
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


CLEAR, COOL STREAMS THAT SOFTLY FLOW    Poem Text    
Last Line: Boldly thou could'st aspire!
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


ECLOGUE: 2. ARGUS       
First Line: Already the golden sun was looking westward and was urging on his horses
Last Line: I remained alone with my sorrow on the desolate shore


ELEGIAC SONNET: 13    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Place me where the burning noon
Last Line: That faithful heart still burns for thee!


ELEGIAC SONNET: 14    Poem Text    
First Line: Loose to the wind her golden tresses stream'd
Last Line: The shaft extracted does not cure the wound!


ELEGIAC SONNET: 15    Poem Text    
First Line: Where the green leaves exclude the summer beam
Last Line: "but raise thine eyes to heaven -- and think I wait thee there."


ELEGIAC SONNET: 16    Poem Text    
First Line: Ye vales and woods! Fair scenes of happier hours
Last Line: But the pale ashes which her urn contains.


FATHER OF HEAVEN! AFTER DAYS MISSPENT       
Subject(s): Faith


FOR LAURA IN DEATH       
First Line: Life hurtles forward with a steady speed
Last Line: Those eyes extinguished that were once my stars


FROM THOUGHT TO THOUGHT, FROM HILL TO HILL    Poem Text    
Last Line: Tis my spirit dwells in thee
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


HE UNDERSTANDS THE GREAT CRUELTY OF DEATH    Poem Text    
First Line: My flowery and green age was passing away, and I feeling a chill in the fires
Last Line: Pike in his hand.
Variant Title(s): Sonnets To Laura In Death: 47
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


HOW OFTEN THEN I SAID       


HOW WELL I CALL TO MIND       


I CANNOT BE AT PEACE YET NEED NOT FIGHT    Poem Text    
Last Line: Through thee, madonna, I endure this strife!
Subject(s): Perseverance


I DO REPENT ME OF DEPARTED DAYS    Poem Text    
Last Line: My hopes that in no other temple dwell
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life; Repentance


IF CONSTANCY IN LOVE, IF A BRAVE HEART       
Last Line: The blame is yours, love, the loss with me


IF TO THE SIGHING BREEZE OF SUMMER-HOURS    Poem Text    
Last Line: Whose eyes but open'd, when they seemed to lose
Subject(s): Grief


IF YOU WERE AS LOVELY AS YOU WISH TO BE       
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


IN SPAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: So feeble is the thread that doth the burden stay
Last Line: If that for weight the body fail, this soul shall to her flee.
Variant Title(s): Egerton Manuscript: 98;canzone: 3
Subject(s): Longing; Spain


IN WHAT CELESTIAL SPHERE, BY WHOM INSPIRED    Poem Text    
Last Line: The gende music of her speech and mirth
Variant Title(s): Wyatt's Complaint Upon Love To Reason, Wth Love's Answe
Subject(s): Beauty


IN WINTRY MIDNIGHT, O'ER A STORMY MAIN       


LOVE DELIVERS TO ME ITS SWEETEST THOUGHTS       
Last Line: What's left of my life grows brief


MADRIGAL 121       
First Line: Now love, see how this lady, young and fair
Last Line: Avenge at last your honor and my heart
Subject(s): Hearts; Love - Complaints


MADRIGAL: 52       
First Line: Diana, naked in the shadowy pool
Last Line: I shake and shiver with a chill of love
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance; Love


MINE OLD DEAR ENEMY, MY FROWARD MASTER    Poem Text    
Last Line: But longer time doth ask resolution
Subject(s): Love Complaints


MY SHIP IS SAILING, FULL OF MINDLESS WOE       
Last Line: And I despair ever to reach the ground


MY THOUGHTS GO FORTH TO THE ABIDING PLACE    Poem Text    
Last Line: I did believe I was in paradise
Subject(s): Love - Loss Of


NOW SILENCE REIGNETH OVER EARTH AND SKY    Poem Text    
Last Line: So far away doth my salvation lie!
Subject(s): Grief; Love Loss Of


O EYES OF MINE, OUR SUN IS OVERCAST    Poem Text    
Last Line: And giveth after sorrowing his mirth
Subject(s): Love Complaints


O FORTUNATE FIELDS THROUGH WHICH MADONNA GOES    Poem Text    
Last Line: That is not kindled with my passionate pains
Subject(s): Beauty


O VALLEY, FILLED WITH MY DESPAIRFUL WORDS    Poem Text    
Last Line: Whilst upon earth her lovely body lies
Subject(s): Grief


ODE TO THE VIRGIN       
First Line: Fair virgin
Subject(s): Mary. Mother Of Jesus; Women - Bible


ON HIS MISTRESS'S DEATH    Poem Text    
First Line: Love the ripe harvest of my toils
Last Line: She lives in me, in her I died.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


OR CHE'L CIEL E LA TERRA E 'L VENTO TACE       
First Line: Calm now are heaven and earth, and the winds asleep
Last Line: Si far am I from reaching the promised land


RIME 269    Poem Text    
First Line: The pillar perished is whereto I leant
Last Line: Till dreadful death do ease my doleful state?
Variant Title(s): Sonnet;sonnet: 29
Subject(s): Cromwell, Thomas (1485-1540)


RIME 49    Poem Text    
First Line: Bicause I have the still kept fro lyes and blame
Last Line: And onely my loke declareth my hert.
Variant Title(s): Egerton Manuscript: 25;sonnet: 16
Subject(s): Hearts; Lies; Tears


RIME 57    Poem Text    
First Line: Ever mine hap is slack and slow in comming
Last Line: That all my trust and travail is but waste.
Variant Title(s): Egerton Manuscript: 30;sonnet: 21


SECRETUM, SELS.       


SONET 224       
First Line: If a loving belief, an artless heart
Last Line: Yours the sin, lady, mine the punishment
Subject(s): Love


SONNET    Poem Text    
First Line: As I approach the last of all my days
Last Line: "and sigh for that which matters not at all."
Subject(s): Aging


SONNET       
First Line: Luve wiled me back, promisan nocht but weel
Last Line: Will say: 'gin I can read what I hae seen, %thonder gaed ane had stude richt close tae daith'
Subject(s): Scottish Translations


SONNET       
First Line: When she walks by here
Last Line: The stones themselves are burning in my shadow
Subject(s): Sonnet (as Literary Form)


SONNET 88 USED AS TROILUS' COMPLAINT       
First Line: If no love is, o god, what feel I so?
Last Line: For heat of cold, for cold of heat I die
Variant Title(s): The Song Of Troylu
Subject(s): Troy


SONNET: 12    Poem Text    
First Line: Now while the wind and earth and heavens rest
Last Line: And peace of heart and mind escapes me still.
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNET: 164       
First Line: Now sky's at peach with earth, and winds disarm
Last Line: I die, I'm born, a thousand times a day, %for my salvation lies so far away
Subject(s): Landscape


SONNET: 17       
First Line: Life hurries on, a frantic refugee
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNET: 21       
First Line: Through twenty-one long years love held me burning
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNET: 219       
First Line: The morning songs of birds on their sad themes
Last Line: He made the stars invisible, and she him
Subject(s): Landscape


SONNET: 3. GOOD FRIDAY 1327       
First Line: It was the day the sun had overcast
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNET: 300       
First Line: How envious I am of you, avaricious earth
Last Line: Stands in her lovely eyes and does not call me!
Variant Title(s): Sonnets To Laura In Death: 3
Subject(s): Jealousy


SONNET: ON THE DEATH OF CINO DA PISTOIA       
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 1       
First Line: Ah me, that face, that dreamy look, the way


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 10       
First Line: In the years of her age most beautiful
Variant Title(s): He Wishes He Might Die And Follow Laur


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 11       
First Line: Sometimes, beneath the trees' green murmurous height
Subject(s): Immortality


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 11       
First Line: Wail'd the sweet warbler to the lonely shade


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 17       
First Line: Never a mother spoke advice so wise
Subject(s): Immortality


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 2       
First Line: That singular, miraculous, bright thing


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 25       
First Line: Ah, had I ever thought the world would care
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 32    Poem Text    
First Line: What a grudge I am bearing the earth
Last Line: Standing in her two eyes, and will not call me with a word.
Variant Title(s): He Is Jealous Of The Heavens And The Earth
Subject(s): Jealousy


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 34       
First Line: In thought I traveled to the high abode
Subject(s): Immortality


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 38       
First Line: That sun which ran before me all the way


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 42       
First Line: Zephyr returns, and scatters everywhere
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 53       
First Line: Is this the nest in which my phoenix dressed
Variant Title(s): Laura's Hous


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 53. THE SIGHT OF LAURA'S HOUSE       
First Line: Is this the nest in which my phoenix put on her feathers


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 6       
First Line: O unforgiving thoughts, I pray you: peace!
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 75       
First Line: The first day she passed up and down
Last Line: Because I hear her praying that I should be making haste forever
Variant Title(s): Laura Waits For Him In Heave


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 8. TO THE VIRGIN       
First Line: Virgin most lovely, who clothed with the sun
Last Line: That heaven's nod be my ghost's peaceful seal


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 81       
First Line: Death even cannot shadow their bright face


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 85       
First Line: You'll come at last to my great feasting place


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 86       
First Line: Now I go grieving for the days on earth
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: 90       
First Line: O lovely little bird, I watch you fly
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: GOING TO VISIT, REMEMBERS SHE IS DEAD    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh eyes! Our sun's extinct, and at an end
Last Line: And, when life's done, crowns with eternal joy.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: HE ASKS HIS HEART TO RAISE ITSELF       
First Line: What is it you're thinking, lonesome heart?


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: HE CEASES TO SPEAK OF HER GRACES       
First Line: The eyes that I would be talking of so warmly


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: HE LAMENTS FOR HER DEATH    Poem Text    
First Line: This nightingale that does so much complain
Last Line: Nothing that pleases here, can long endure.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: HE SENDS HIS RHYMES TO THE TOMB       
First Line: Let you go down, sorrowful rhymes, to the hard rock


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: LAURA BEING DEAD       
First Line: Life is flying from me, not stopping an hour, and


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: LAURA IS EVER PRESENT TO HIM       
First Line: If the birds are making lamentation, or the green banks


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: ONLY HE WHO MOURNS HER       
First Line: Ah, death, it is you that left the world cold and shady


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: PETRARCH ON LAURA'S DEATH    Poem Text    
First Line: Hold, treacherous thoughts, that dare my rule despise
Last Line: Thou art the cause of my unhappiness.
Subject(s): Death; Dead, The


SONNETS TO LAURA IN DEATH: THE FINE TIME OF THE YEAR       
First Line: The south wind is coming back, bringing the fine season


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 1       
First Line: You who give ear to sorrow, as you scan
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 103       
First Line: Fulfilled of the delight ineffable


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 104    Poem Text    
First Line: I find no peace and bear no arms for war
Last Line: My lady, thus I am because of you.
Variant Title(s): "description Of The Contrarious Passions In A Lover;love's Inconsistency;rime 134;sonnet: 17;""i Find No Peace, And All My War Is Done"";


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 104       
First Line: Peace have I none, no neither peace nor war
Last Line: Death and life on earth both pass me by: %this is the doctrine, lady, that you teach
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 105       
First Line: Rain fire from heaven down upon thy head
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 107       
First Line: Fountain of sorrow, innof cursed ire
Last Line: The world must suffer or its shame define
Subject(s): Freedom


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 108       
First Line: Founded in chaste and humble poverty
Last Line: Another constantine comes not in haste
Subject(s): Constantine I (the Great) (d. 337); Silvester I. Saint. Pope


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 108       
First Line: The more my own poor wishes would commend me
Last Line: Between us rare and rapid intercourse
Subject(s): Freedom


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 109    Poem Text    
First Line: The long love that in my thought doth harbor
Last Line: For good is the life ending faithfully.
Variant Title(s): "complaint Of A Lover Rebuked;rime 140;love The Tyrant;""love That Liveth And Reigneth In My Thought"";
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 109    Poem Text    
First Line: The long love that in my thought doth harbor
Last Line: For good is the life ending faithfully.
Variant Title(s): "complaint Of A Lover Rebuked;rime 140;love The Tyrant;""love That Liveth And Reigneth In My Thought"";
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 11    Poem Text    
First Line: If it be destined that my life, from thine
Last Line: The boon of one too-late relenting sigh.


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 11       
First Line: Lady, if grace to me so long be lent


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 113    Poem Text    
First Line: Set me whereas the sun doth parch the green
Last Line: Comfort myself when that my hap be naught.
Variant Title(s): Vow To Love Faithfully, Howsoever He Be Rewarded;love's Fidelity


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 114       
First Line: Fair spirit, with all virtues fired and crowned


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 117       
First Line: Like men beholding things incredible


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 118       
First Line: The mist of pallor in such beauteous wise


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 126       
First Line: In what devine ideal, where lofty sphere
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 131    Poem Text    
First Line: Alas, so all things now do hold their peace
Last Line: To live and lack the thing should rid my pain.
Variant Title(s): "a Complaint By Night Of The Lover Not Beloved;night;a Night Piece;""alas, So All Thinges Nowe Doe Holde Their Peace"";
Subject(s): Grief; Love - Unrequited; Sorrow; Sadness


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 132       
First Line: As over the fresh grass her golden feet
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 139       
First Line: Blest flowers and gald, herbs fortunately sown


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 14       
First Line: The ancient graybeard shoulders on his load
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 14. HERE RULES LOVE       
First Line: Clear, cool, and lovely brook
Last Line: You could with a brave mind %part from this wood and go among mankind


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 143       
First Line: Through savage woods I walk without demur
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 156    Poem Text    
First Line: My galley charged with forgetfulness
Last Line: And I remain despairing of the port.
Variant Title(s): "sonnet: 19;the Lover Compareth His State To A Ship In Perilous Storm;the Lover Like To A Ship Tossed On The Sea;sonnet;sonnet: 189;rime 189;""my Galy Charged With Forgetfulnes"";
Subject(s): Grief; Love - Complaints; Sea; Ships & Shipping; Storms; Sorrow; Sadness; Ocean


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 157       
First Line: A white doe appeared to me over green
Last Line: I fell, in the water; she vanished


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 17. DISTANCE AND SOLITUDE       
First Line: From hill to hill I roam, from thought to thought
Last Line: There dwells my heart with her who steals it from my breast


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 172       
First Line: Sweet wrath, sweet scorn, sweet reconcilement, ill


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 173       
First Line: River, that from the mountain summit sped


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 18       
First Line: Ashamed at times that I am silent, yet


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 188    Poem Text    
First Line: If amorous faith, a heart of guileless ways
Last Line: Yours, lady, is the fault and mine the loss.
Variant Title(s): Signs Of Love


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 198       
First Line: O little room, my harbor from the sea
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 2       
First Line: Determined with one sally to erase
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 28       
First Line: Alone and every weary with dark care
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 54       
First Line: Already I grow weary thinking how
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 6       
First Line: My tameless will doth recklessly pursue
Variant Title(s): Of His Foolish Passio


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 62       
First Line: Father of heaven, after squandered days
Last Line: Remind me how this day thou wert on the cross


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 71       
First Line: Fair ladies, weep, the while love's own tears
Variant Title(s): On The Death Of Cino Da Pistoi
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: 79       
First Line: That window where the sun at midday shows
Subject(s): Italian Renaissance


SONNETS TO LAURA IN LIFE: WHEN HE FELL IN LOVE WITH LAURA    Poem Text    
First Line: Will spurs me on, love wounds me with his dart
Last Line: And tied me so, I ne'er shall freedom get.
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 12       
First Line: Nowhere before then I said


SONNETS TO LAURA: 144       
First Line: Great is my fear when I recall to mind
Last Line: Now dismal omens, dreams and black despair %crowd in on me: please god, there comes no worse
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 164       
First Line: The sounds of earth, of sky, of wind, now cease
Last Line: A thousand times I'm born, a thousand killed: %so far off is the health which I once knew
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 176       
First Line: Deep in the wood's wild, uninviting ways
Last Line: Aboreal darkness, so dispelled all care. %only my sun's not here; nor has she been
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 208       
First Line: Impertuous river, which from alpine meads
Last Line: As if the kisses and my words are one: %'the soul flies on, the body falls away'
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 25       
First Line: Through the most arid fields my walks are planned
Last Line: That love will not insist on joining me, %inseparable companion of my mind
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 3       
First Line: It was the morning of that blessed day
Last Line: Yet from you fully armed conceal his bow!


SONNETS TO LAURA: 310       
First Line: Zefirus brings fine weather back again
Last Line: The actions by which lovely women please, %is wilderness, the haunt of savage beasts
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 320       
First Line: I breathe remembered air, calm hills again
Last Line: I burned when my own fire was blazing fast, %now I lament the embers turning grey
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 326       
First Line: Back to my mind she comes, deep rooted there
Last Line: On the sixty day of april, its first hour, %from the body that blest spirit stole away
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 346       
First Line: Blest souls and loyal angels in their might
Last Line: My thoughts and wishes fly there unconfined; %she is impatient because I am late
Subject(s): Love


SONNETS TO LAURA: 52       
First Line: Once more, ye balmy gales, I feel you blow


SONNETS TO LAURA: 61       
First Line: Blest be the day, and blest the month and year
Last Line: Of her, her only, of herself alone!


SONNETS TO LAURA: 62       
First Line: Blest be the day, and blest the month and year
Last Line: Of her, her only, of herself alone!


SONNETS TO LAURA: SHOWING HOW LONG HE HAD LOV'D LAURA    Poem Text    
First Line: Pleasure in thought, in weeping ease I find
Last Line: Under such hard stars first I drew my breath.
Subject(s): Love


THAT LOVELY PALLOR WHICH SOFT SMILES HAVE STRIVEN    Poem Text    
Last Line: Why doth my faithful friend go forth from me?
Subject(s): Togetherness; Heaven


THE RESOLUTION; A SONNET    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh time! Oh rolling heavens, that fly so fast
Last Line: Virtue's no chance, but is acquir'd by skill.


THE TRIUMPH OF DEATH: CHAPTER 1    Poem Text    
First Line: That gallant ladie, gloriouslie bright
Last Line: Death faire did seeme to be in hir faire face.


THE TRIUMPH OF DEATH: CHAPTER 2    Poem Text    
First Line: That night, which did the dreadfull happ ensue
Last Line: Thou without me long time on earth shalt staie.


THE TRIUMPH OF DEATH: THE TRIUMPHS OF LOVE, CHASTITY, DEATH. ARGUMENT    Poem Text    
First Line: The glorious maid, whose soule to heaven is gone
Last Line: Death seem'd in her exceeding faire to be.
Subject(s): Death; Life; Religion; Soul; Dead, The; Theology


THE TRIUMPH OF DEATH: THE TRIUMPHS OF LOVE, CHASTITY, DEATH. TO READER    Poem Text    
First Line: Reader, I have oft been told, / verses that speak not love are cold
Last Line: Who had enough to serve all three.


THE VISIONS OF PETRARCH [FORMERLY TRANSLATED]    Poem Text    
First Line: Being one day at my window all alone
Last Line: Yet thinke, that death shall spoyle your goodly features.


THOU THAT WOULDST MARK, IN FORM OF HUMAN BIRTH    Poem Text    
Last Line: But if thou still delay, for long regret prepare
Subject(s): Carpe Diem


THOUSAND TIMES MY SWEET WARRIOR       
Last Line: And much more for you, by how much he loves


TO PUNISH IN ONE DAY       
First Line: To punish in one day one thousand crimes
Last Line: My problems now, but now my fate is sealed


TRIUMPH OF LOVE: BOOK 1, CHAPTER 1       
First Line: In the tyme of the renewinge of my suspyres


VERGINE BELLA CHE DI SOL VESTITA       
First Line: Beautiful virgin! Clothed with the sun
Subject(s): Faith


VISION OF THE FAWN       
First Line: Beneath a laurel, two fair streams between


VISIONS: 2       
First Line: After, at sea a tall ship did appeare
Last Line: So great riches, as like cannot be found
Subject(s): Disasters; Drowning; Love - Loss Of; Shipwrecks; Storms


VISIONS: 3       
First Line: The heavenly branches did I see arise
Last Line: For no such shadow shal be had againe
Subject(s): Trees


VISIONS: 4       
First Line: Within this wood, out of a rocke did rise
Last Line: To see such pleasures go so suddenly
Subject(s): Spring


VISIONS: 6       
First Line: At last so faire a ladie did I spie
Last Line: Tossed with stormes of fortune variable
Subject(s): Love


WHO WISHES TO BEHOLD