Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems

By Richard Crashaw; A. R. Waller | Go to book overview

INDEX OF FIRST LINES
A Brooke whose streame so great, so good 143
Absint, qui ficto simulant pia pectora vultu 324
Accipe (an ignoscis?) de te sata germina, miles 313
Accipe dona, Puer; parvae libamina laudis 324
Ad coenam voco te (domini quod jussa volebant) 44
Ad nutum Domini abjecisti retia, Petre 314
A Drop, one drop, how sweetly one faire drop 82
Ad te sydereis, ad te, Bone Tityre, pennis 311
Æternall love ! what 'tis to love thee well 344
Agnus eat, ludátq (licet) sub patre petulco 53
Ah ferus, ah culter! qui tam bona lilia primus 322
Ah malè, quisquis is est, pereat! qui scilicet istis 45
Ah nimis est, ilium nostrae vel tradere vitae 43
Ah, quis erat furor hos (tam raros) solvere somnos 316
Ah qui tam propero cecidit sic funere, vitae 51
Ah, redeas miserae, redeas (puer alme) parenti 23
Ah satìs, ah nimis est: noli ultrà ferre magistrum 18
Ah tamen Ipse roga: tibi scilicet ille roganti 63
All Hybla's honey, all that sweetnesse can 82
All Trees, all leavy Groves confesse the Spring 126
All we have is God's, and yet 82
And is he gone, whom these armes held but now 342
And now th' art set wide ope, the spear's sad art 78
"Aνδρ∊ς, ἰδoʋ̀, (́T∊́ρoɩσɩ νóoɩς) δʋ́ω ἰρoν ∊́ση̑λθoν 301
A Plant of noble stemme, forward and faire 136
Arma vides; arcus, pharetrámq;, levèsq sagittas 38
Arma, viri ! (ætheriam quocunq sub ordine pubem 312
"AρToς ἔην Toɩ δη̑T (∊ίπ∊̑ɩν θ́μɩς ἐσT̀ɩν) ἐκ∊ɩ̑νoς 303
As if the storme meant him 76
Aspice (namq novum est) ut ab hospite pendeat hospes 15
At th' Ivory Tribunall of your hand 364
Aut Deus, ant saltem daemon tibi notior esset 25
Bella vocant: arma (o socii) nostra arma paremus 59
Bright Babe ! Whose awfull beautyes make 208
Bright Goddesse, (whether Jove thy father be 359
Bright starre of Majesty, oh shedd on mee 357
Britain! the mighty Oceans lovely bride 166
Bruma fuit? non, non: ah non fuit, ore sub isto 55
But there were Rocks would not relent at this 227
Candite rex campi, cui floris eburnea pompa est 310
Cedant, quae, rerum si quid tenue atq; minutum est 45

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