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Henry Timrod (1829-1867)
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The Rating of Henry Timrod's Poems

  1. Spring
  2. Sonnets. 15. In MemoriamHarris Simons
  3. A Bouquet
  4. Sonnets. 8. At Last, Beloved Nature! I Have Met
  5. To Whom?
  6. Hymn Sung at a Sacred Concert at Columbia, S.C.
  7. Dreams
  8. Second Love
  9. Ode Sung on the Occasion of Decorating the Graves of the Confederate Dead, at Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C., 1867
  10. Sonnets. 7. Grief Dies Like Joy; the Tears Upon My Cheek
  11. Sonnets. 12. What Gossamer Lures Thee Now? What Hope, What Name
  12. A Rhapsody of a Southern Winter Night
  13. Serenade
  14. The Past
  15. Carolina
  16. Our Willie
  17. A Trifle
  18. A Vision of Poesy
  19. Charleston
  20. Sonnets. 9. I Know Not Why, But All This Weary Day
  21. Retirement
  22. The Messenger Rose
  23. Katie
  24. Storm and Calm
  25. La Belle Juive
  26. Dedication
  27. Christmas
  28. A Mother's Wail
  29. Hark to the Shouting Wind
  30. A Common Thought
  31. The Two Armies
  32. Sonnets. 13. I Thank You, Kind and Best Beloved Friend
  33. A Year's Courtship
  34. Ethnogenesis
  35. Sonnets. 6. I Scarcely Grieve, O Nature! at the Lot
  36. Lines (I Saw, or Dreamed I Saw, Her Sitting Lone)
  37. A Dedication
  38. Præceptor Amat
  39. Too Long, O Spirit of Storm
  40. Hymn Sung at the Consecration of Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.
  41. Ripley
  42. Sonnets. 1. Poet! If on a Lasting Fame Be Bent
  43. Vox et Præterea Nihil
  44. Sonnets. 2. Most Men Know Love But as a Part of Life
  45. Youth and Manhood
  46. Why Silent?
  47. The Rosebuds
  48. Sonnets. 5. Some Truths There Be Are Better Left Unsaid
  49. Sonnets. 11. Which Are the Clouds, and Which the Mountains? See
  50. To Rosa
  51. The Problem
  52. 1866 - Addressed to the Old Year
  53. The Unknown Dead
  54. Sonnets. 10. Were I the Poet-Laureate of the Fairies
  55. Sonnets. 3. Life Ever Seems as from Its Present Site
  56. Sonnets. 4. They Dub Thee Idler, Smiling Sneeringly
  57. If I Have Graced No Single Song of Mine
  58. An Exotic
  59. The Summer Bower
  60. Love's Logic
  61. Lines (I Stooped from Star-Bright Regions)
  62. Sonnets. 14. Are These Wild Thoughts, Thus Fettered in My Rhymes
  63. The Lily Confidante
  64. Madeline
  65. Flower-Life
  66. Address Delivered at the Opening of the New Theatre at Richmond
  67. Baby's Age
  68. To a Captive Owl
  69. Carmen Triumphale
  70. The Cotton Boll
  71. The Stream is Flowing from the West
  72. Two Portraits
  73. The Arctic Voyager
  74. Dramatic Fragment
  75. On Pressing Some Flowers
  76. Hymn Sung at an Anniversary of the Asylum of Orphans at Charleston
  77. Lines to R. L.
  78. A Cry to Arms
  79. Song Composed for Washington's Birthday, and Respectfully Inscribed to the Officers and Members of the Washington Light Infantry of Charleston, February 22, 1859
  80. To Thee

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