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Poems by Richard Lovelace :

A Apostacy Of One, And But One Lady

A Black Patch On Lucastas Face

A Dialogue. Lute And Voice

A Fly About A Glasse Of Burnt Claret.

A Fly Caught In A Cobweb

A Forsaken Lady

A Guiltlesse Lady Imprisoned

A La Bourbon

A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist Part 1

A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist Part 2

A Loose Saraband

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A Mock Song

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Ausonius - 2

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Ausonius Lib. I. Epig.

Avieni V. C. Ad Amicos

Being Treated. To Ellinda

Calling Lucasta From Her Retirement

Clitophon And Lucippe Translated

Courante Monsieur

Cupid Far Gone

De Asino Qui Dentibus Aeneidem Consumpsit

De Catone

De Inconstantia Foeminei Amoris

De Puero Et Praecone. Catul.

De Quintia Et Sesbia. Ep. 87

De Suo In Lesbiam Amore Ep. 88.

Dialogue Lucasta, Alexis

Ellinda's Glove.

Female Glory

Floridi. De Ebrioso

Gratiana Dauncing And Singing

Her Muffe

In Allusion To The French Song

In Lesbiam Cat. Ep. 76.

In Virgilium. Pentadii

Item

La Bella Bona Roba

Love Conquer'd

Love Inthron'd. Ode

Love Made In The First Age

Lucasta At The Bath

Lucasta Laughing

Lucasta Paying Her Obsequies

Lucasta Weeping

Lucasta, Taking The Waters At Tunbridge.

Lucasta's Fanne

Lucasta's World Epode

Mar. Lib. Iv. Ep. 33.

Mart. Ep. XV. Lib. 6.

Mart. Epi. XLIII. Lib. I.

Mart. Lib. I. Epi. 14.

Missing title : skey: LA BELLA BONA

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 1

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 2

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 3

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 4

Night. To Lucasta

Ode

Oreheus To Beasts

Oreheus To Woods

Pentadii

Portii Licinii

Princesse Loysa Drawing

Prologue To The Scholars

Quinti Catuli

Senecae Ex Cleanthe

Song

Sonnet Depose your finger of that ring

Sonnet When I by thy faire shape did sweare

The Epilogue

The Faire Begger

The Falcon

The Grassehopper

The Scrutinie. Song

The Snail

The Vintage To The Dungeon

To Althea From Prison

To Amarantha - That She Would Dishevell Her Haire

To Chloe, Courting Her For His Friend

To Ellinda Upon His Late Recovery

To Fletcher Reviv'd

To His Fairest Valentine Mrs. A. L.

Valiant Love

Ad Sylonem

That She Would Dishevel Her Hair

 

A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist Part 2 by Richard Lovelace

A Loose Saraband by Richard Lovelace

A Mock Charon by Richard Lovelace

A Mock Song by Richard Lovelace

A Paradox by Richard Lovelace

Ad Fabullium Catul by Richard Lovelace

Ad Fabullium. Catul. by Richard Lovelace

Ad Juvencium by Richard Lovelace

Ad Lesbiam by Richard Lovelace

Ad M T Ciceronem by Richard Lovelace

Ad Quintium by Richard Lovelace

Ad Sylonem by Richard Lovelace

Against The Love Of Great Ones by Richard Lovelace

Another - 1 by Richard Lovelace

Another - 2 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius - 1 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius - 2 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius Epig - 1 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius Epig - 2 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius Lib Epig - 1 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius Lib Epig - 2 by Richard Lovelace

Ausonius Lib I Epig by Richard Lovelace

Avieni V C Ad Amicos by Richard Lovelace

Being Treated To Ellinda by Richard Lovelace

Being Treated. To Ellinda by Richard Lovelace

Calling Lucasta From Her Retirement by Richard Lovelace

Clitophon And Lucippe Translated by Richard Lovelace

Courante Monsieur by Richard Lovelace

Cupid Far Gone by Richard Lovelace

De Asino Qui Dentibus Aeneidem Consumpsit by Richard Lovelace

De Catone by Richard Lovelace

De Inconstantia Foeminei Amoris by Richard Lovelace

De Puero Et Praecone Catul by Richard Lovelace

De Quintia Et Sesbia Ep 87 by Richard Lovelace

De Suo In Lesbiam Amore Ep 88 by Richard Lovelace

De Suo In Lesbiam Amore Ep. 88. by Richard Lovelace

Dialogue Lucasta, Alexis by Richard Lovelace

Ellinda's Glove by Richard Lovelace

Female Glory by Richard Lovelace

Floridi De Ebrioso by Richard Lovelace

Gratiana Dauncing And Singing by Richard Lovelace

Her Muffe by Richard Lovelace

In Allusion To The French Song by Richard Lovelace

In Lesbiam Cat Ep 76 by Richard Lovelace

In Lesbiam Cat. Ep. 76. by Richard Lovelace

In Virgilium Pentadii by Richard Lovelace

Item by Richard Lovelace

La Bella Bona Roba by Richard Lovelace

Love Conquerd by Richard Lovelace

Love Conquer'd by Richard Lovelace

Love Inthron'd Ode by Richard Lovelace

Love Inthrond. Ode by Richard Lovelace

Love Made In The First Age by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta At The Bath by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta Laughing by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta Paying Her Obsequies by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta Weeping by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta, Taking The Waters At Tunbridge by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta, Taking The Waters At Tunbridge. by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta's Fanne by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta's World Epode by Richard Lovelace

Mar Lib Iv Ep 33 by Richard Lovelace

Mart Ep XV Lib 6 by Richard Lovelace

Mart Epi XLIII Lib I by Richard Lovelace

Mart Lib I Epi 14 by Richard Lovelace

Missing title : skey: LA BELLA BONA by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity Part 1 by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity Part 2 by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity Part 3 by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity Part 4 by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 3 by Richard Lovelace

My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. Part 4 by Richard Lovelace

Night To Lucasta by Richard Lovelace

Ode by Richard Lovelace

Oreheus To Beasts by Richard Lovelace

Oreheus To Woods by Richard Lovelace

Pentadii by Richard Lovelace

Portii Licinii by Richard Lovelace

Princesse Loysa Drawing by Richard Lovelace

Prologue To The Scholars by Richard Lovelace

Quinti Catuli by Richard Lovelace

Senecae Ex Cleanthe by Richard Lovelace

Song by Richard Lovelace

Sonnet Depose your finger of that ring by Richard Lovelace

Sonnet When I by thy faire shape did sweare by Richard Lovelace

That She Would Dishevel Her Hair by Richard Lovelace

The Epilogue by Richard Lovelace

The Faire Begger by Richard Lovelace

The Falcon by Richard Lovelace

The Grassehopper by Richard Lovelace

The Grasshopper by Richard Lovelace

The Rose by Richard Lovelace

The Scrutinie Song by Richard Lovelace

The Scrutiny by Richard Lovelace

The Snail by Richard Lovelace

The Vintage To The Dungeon by Richard Lovelace

To Althea From Prison by Richard Lovelace

To Althea, From Prison by Richard Lovelace

To Amarantha - That She Would Dishevell Her Haire by Richard Lovelace

To Amarantha, That She Would Dishevel Her Hair by Richard Lovelace

To Chloe, Courting Her For His Friend by Richard Lovelace

To Ellinda Upon His Late Recovery by Richard Lovelace

To Fletcher Revivd by Richard Lovelace

To Fletcher Reviv'd by Richard Lovelace

To His Fairest Valentine Mrs A L by Richard Lovelace

To His Fairest Valentine Mrs. A. L. by Richard Lovelace

To Lucasta, Going Beyond The Seas by Richard Lovelace

To Lucasta, Going To The Wars by Richard Lovelace

Valiant Love by Richard Lovelace

 

 


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A Apostacy Of One, And But One Lady by Richard Lovelace

A Black Patch On Lucastas Face by Richard Lovelace

A Dialogue Lute And Voice by Richard Lovelace

A Dialogue. Lute And Voice by Richard Lovelace

A Fly About A Glasse Of Burnt Claret by Richard Lovelace

A Fly Caught In A Cobweb by Richard Lovelace

A Forsaken Lady by Richard Lovelace

A Guiltlesse Lady Imprisoned by Richard Lovelace

A La Bourbon by Richard Lovelace

A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist Part 1 by Richard Lovelace

 

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Princesse Loysa Drawing by Richard Lovelace

I saw a little Diety,
MINERVA in epitomy,
Whom VENUS, at first blush, surpris'd,
Tooke for her winged wagge disguis'd.
But viewing then, whereas she made
Not a distrest, but lively shade
Of ECCHO whom he had betrayd,
Now wanton, and ith' coole oth' Sunne
With her delight a hunting gone,
And thousands more, whom he had slaine;
To live and love, belov'd againe:
Ah! this is true divinity!
I will un-God that toye! cri'd she;
Then markt she SYRINX running fast
To Pan's imbraces, with the haste
Shee fled him once, whose reede-pipe rent
He finds now a new Instrument.
THESEUS return'd invokes the Ayre
And windes, then wafts his faire;
Whilst ARIADNE ravish't stood
Half in his armes, halfe in the flood.
Proud ANAXERETE doth fall
At IPHIS feete, who smiles at all:
And he (whilst she his curles doth deck)
Hangs no where now, but on her neck.
Here PHOEBUS with a beame untombes
Long-hid LEUCOTHOE, and doomes
Her father there; DAPHNE the faire
Knowes now no bayes but round her haire;
And to APOLLO and his Sons,
Who pay him their due Orisons,
Bequeaths her lawrell-robe, that flame
Contemnes, Thunder and evill Fame.
There kneel'd ADONIS fresh as spring,
Gay as his youth, now offering
Herself those joyes with voice and hand,
Which first he could not understand.
Transfixed VENUS stood amas'd,
Full of the Boy and Love, she gaz'd,
And in imbraces seemed more
Senceless and colde then he before.
Uselesse Childe! In vaine (said she)
You beare that fond artillerie;
See heere a pow'r above the slow
Weake execution of thy bow.
So said, she riv'd the wood in two,
Unedged all his arrowes too,
And with the string their feathers bound
To that part, whence we have our wound.
See, see! the darts by which we burn'd
Are bright Loysa's pencills turn'd,
With which she now enliveth more
Beauties, than they destroy'd before.