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Author: warton, joseph
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Warton, Joseph    Poet's Biography
11 poems available by this author


CHARMS OF NATURE       
First Line: Rich in her weeping country's spoils versailles
Last Line: When first they hail th' approach of laughing may
Variant Title(s): The Wil
Subject(s): Dramatists; Plays And Playwrights; Poetry And Poets; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)


EPISTLE FROM THOMAS HEARN       
First Line: Friend of the moss-grown spire and crumbling arch


ODE AGAINST DESPAIR: LE SPLEEN    Poem Text    
First Line: Farewell, thou dimpled cherub, joy
Last Line: "my last, fond, falt'ring words to hear!"
Subject(s): Despair


ODE ON THE DEATH OF THE AUTHOR    Poem Text    
First Line: No more of mirth and rural joys
Last Line: "well-pleas'd I listen to thy lays of love."
Subject(s): Death; Grief; Love; Mourning; Praise; Warton, Thomas (1688-1745); Writing & Writers; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness; Bereavement


ODE TO EVENING       
First Line: Hail, meek'd maiden, clad in sober grey
Subject(s): Evening


ODE TO FANCY       
First Line: O parent of each lovely muse
Last Line: O let each muse's fame increase, %I bid britannia rival greece


ODE TO SOLITUDE       
First Line: Thou, that at deep dead of night


REVENGE OF AMERICA       
First Line: When fierce pizarro's legions flew
Subject(s): Travel


THE DYING INDIAN    Poem Text    
First Line: The dart of izdabel prevails! 'twas dipped / in double poison
Last Line: I go! Great copac beckons me! Farewell!
Subject(s): Death; Poisons And Poisoning; Statues; Dead, The


THE ENTHUSIAST, OR, THE LOVER OF NATURE    Poem Text    
First Line: Ye green-robed dryads, oft at dusky eve
Last Line: Grace the soft warbles of her honied voice.
Subject(s): Nature; Simplicity


VERSES WRITTEN AT MONTAUBAN IN FRANCE, 1750       
First Line: Tarn, how delightful wind thy willowed waves
Subject(s): Travel