Famous Poems of Alfred Edward Housman

Here you will find a collection of famous poems of Alfred Edward Housman. The list is ordered alphabatically. You can also browse other poems on different poem type using the poem types shown on the right side.

1887Along the field as we came byAs Through the Wild Green Hills of Wyre
Be Still, My Soul, Be StillBredon HillBring, In This Timeless Grave to Throw
Could Man Be Drunk ForeverDiffugere NivesEight O'Clock
Epitaph On An Army of MercenariesFar In a Western BrooklandFarewell to Barn and Stack and Tree
Fragment of a Greek TragedyFrom Far, From Eve and MorningHere Dead We Lie
Ho, everyone that thirstethHughley SteepleI Hoed and Trenched and Weeded
If By Chance Your Eye Offend YouIf Truth in Hearts That PerishIn My Own Shire, If I Was Sad
In Valleys of Springs and RiversInto My Heart an Air that KillsIs My Team Ploughing
It Nods and Curtseys and RecoversLoitering with a Vacant EyeLook not in my eyes, for fear
Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry NowMarchNow Hollow Fires Burn Out to Black
O Why Do You Walk (a Parody)Oh fair enough are sky and plainOh Stay At Home, My Lad
Oh Who Is That Young SinnerOh, see how thick the goldcup flowersOh, when I was in love with you
On Moonlit Heath and Lonesome BankOn the Idle Hill of SummerOn Wenlock Edge The Wood's In Trouble
On Your Midnight Pallet LyingOthers, I Am Not the FirstReveille
Say, Lad, Have You Things to Do?Shot? So Quick, So Clean an Ending?Stars
Tell me not here, it needs not sayingTerence, This is Stupid StuffThe Carpenter's Son
The Chestnut Casts His FlambeauxThe Day of BattleThe Fairies Break Their Dances
The Grizzly BearThe Immortal PartThe Isle of Portland
The Lads in Their HundredsThe Laws of God, The Laws of ManThe Lent Lily
The Merry GuideThe rainy Pleiads westerThe Recruit