The Works of George Herbert

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INDEX OF FIRST LINES
An asterisk is placed against poems doubtfully ascribed to Herbert
A broken Altar, Lord, thy servant reares 26
Ah my deare angrie Lord 171
Alas, poore Death, where is thy glorie ? 169
All after pleasures as I rid one day 80
Almightie Judge, how shall poore wretches brook 187
Almightie Lord, who from thy glorious throne 190
Although the Crosse could not Christ here detain 439
And art thou grieved, sweet and sacred Dove 135
As he that sees a dark and shadie grove 43
As I one ev'ning sat before my cell 139
As men, for fear the starres should sleep and nod 134
As on a window late I cast mine eye 116
Avoid, Profanenesse; come not here 25
Awake sad heart, whom sorrow ever drowns 112
Away despair! my gracious Lord doth heare 151
A wreathed garland of deserved praise 185
Blest be the God of love 63
*Blest is the man that never would 214
Blest Order, which in power dost so excell 160
Brave rose, (alas !) where art thou ? in the chair 140
*Bright soule, of whome if any countrey knowne 211
Bright spark, shot from a brighter place 74
Broken in pieces all asunder 89
Busie enquiring heart, what wouldst thou know? 144
But that thou art my wisdome, Lord 95
Canst be idle ? canst thou play 113
Come away 186
Come, bring thy gift. If blessings were as slow 147
Come Lord, my head doth burn, my heart is sick 107
Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life 156
Come ye hither All, whose taste 179
Content thee, greedie heart 137
Deare Friend, sit down, the tale is long and sad 129
Death, thou wast once an uncouth hideous thing 185
Do not beguile my heart 143
False glozing pleasures, casks of happinesse 167
Full of rebellion, I would die 45
Give me my captive soul, or take 52
Having been tenant long to a rich Lord 40
Heark, how the birds do sing 131
He that is one 202

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