Famous Poems of Michael Drayton

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

AgincourtEndimion and Phoebe (excerpts)How Many Paltry Foolish Painted Things
Idea LI: Calling to mind since first my love begunIdea LIII: To the River AncorIdea XX: An evil spirit, your beauty, haunts me still
Idea XXXVII: Dear, why should you command me to my restNoah's Flood (excerpts)Nymphidia, The Court Of Fairy (excerpts)
Ode to the Cambro-Britons and their Harp, His Ballad of AgiRocSirena
Sonnet I: Like an Advent'rous SeafarerSonnet II: My Heart Was SlainSonnet III: Taking My Pen
Sonnet IV: Bright Star of BeautySonnet IX: As Other MenSonnet L: As in Some Countries
Sonnet LI: Calling to MindSonnet LII: What? Dost Thou MeanSonnet LIII: Clear Anker
Sonnet LIV: Yet Read at LastSonnet LIX: As Love and ISonnet LV: My Fair, If Thou Wilt
Sonnet LVI: When Like an EagletSonnet LVII: You Best Discern'dSonnet LVIII: In Former Times
Sonnet LX: Define My WealSonnet LXI: Since There's No HelpSonnet LXII: When First I Ended
Sonnet LXIII: Truce, Gentle LoveSonnet V: Nothing But NoSonnet VI: How Many Paltry Things
Sonnet VII: Love in a HumourSonnet VIII: There's Nothing Grieves MeSonnet X: To Nothing Fitter
Sonnet XI: You Not AloneSonnet XII: That Learned FatherSonnet XIII: Letters and Lines
Sonnet XIV: If He From Heav'nSonnet XIX: You Cannot LoveSonnet XL: My Heart the Anvil
Sonnet XLI: Why Do I Speak of JoySonnet XLII: Some Men There BeSonnet XLIII: Why Should Your Fair Eyes
Sonnet XLIV: Whilst Thus My PenSonnet XLIX: Thou Leaden BrainSonnet XLV: Muses, Which Sadly Sit
Sonnet XLVI: Plain-Path'd ExperienceSonnet XLVII: In Pride of WitSonnet XLVIII: Cupid, I Hate Thee
Sonnet XV: Since to Obtain TheeSonnet XVI: Mongst All the CreaturesSonnet XVII: Stay, Speedy Time
Sonnet XVIII: To This Our WorldSonnet XX: An Evil SpiritSonnet XXI: A Witless Galant
Sonnet XXII: Love, Banish'd Heav'nSonnet XXII: With Fools and ChildrenSonnet XXIV: I Hear Some Say