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Poems by Anne Killigrew :

First Epigram: Upon Being Contented with a Little

On Death

The Discontent

The Miseries of Man Part 1

The Miseries of Man Part 2

A Farewell (To Worldly Joys.) by Anne Killigrew

A Pastoral Dialogue (Melibaeus, Alcippe, Asteria, Licida, Alcimedon, and Amira. ) by Anne Killigrew

A Pastoral Dialogue. by Anne Killigrew

Alexandreis. by Anne Killigrew

An Epitaph on her Self. by Anne Killigrew

An Invective against Gold by Anne Killigrew

An ODE. by Anne Killigrew

Cloris Charmes Dissolved by EUDORA. by Anne Killigrew

Extemporary Counsel given to a Young Gallant in a Frolick. by Anne Killigrew

First EPIGRAM. (Upon being Contented with a Little) by Anne Killigrew

First Epigram: Upon Being Contented with a Little by Anne Killigrew

HERODIAS Daughter presenting to her Mother St. JOHN's Head in a Charger, also Painted by her self by Anne Killigrew

Love, the Soul of Poetry by Anne Killigrew

On a Picture Painted by her self, representing two Nimphs of DIANA's, one in a posture to Hunt, the other Batheing by Anne Killigrew

On a young Lady Whose LORD was Travelling. by Anne Killigrew

On Death by Anne Killigrew

On Death. by Anne Killigrew

On my Aunt Mrs A. K. Drown'd under London-Bridge, in the QUEENS Bardge, Anno 1641. by Anne Killigrew

On the Birth-Day of Queen Katherine by Anne Killigrew

ON THE Dutchess of Grafton Under the Name of Alinda. by Anne Killigrew

On the Soft and Gentle Motions of Eudora. by Anne Killigrew

Penelope to Ulysses. by Anne Killigrew

St. John Baptist Painted by her self in the Wilderness, with Angels appearing to him, and with a Lamb by him by Anne Killigrew

THE Complaint of a Lover by Anne Killigrew

The Discontent by Anne Killigrew

The Discontent. by Anne Killigrew

The Fourth EPIGRAM. (On GALLA) by Anne Killigrew

The Miseries of Man by Anne Killigrew

The Miseries of Man Part 1 by Anne Killigrew

The Miseries of Man Part 2 by Anne Killigrew

The Second EPIGRAM. (On BILLINDA) by Anne Killigrew

The Third Epigram. (On an ATHEIST) by Anne Killigrew

To my Lady Berkeley, Afflicted upon her Son, My Lord BERKELEY's Early Engaging in the Sea-Service by Anne Killigrew

TO My Lord Colrane, In Answer to his Complemental Verses sent me under the Name of CLEANOR by Anne Killigrew

To the Queen. by Anne Killigrew

Upon a Little Lady Under the Discipline of an Excellent Person. by Anne Killigrew

Upon the saying that my VERSES were made by another. by Anne Killigrew

 


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