Famous Poems of William Cowper

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

A Child Of God Longing To See Him BelovedA ComparisonA Comparison. Addressed To A Young Lady
A FableA Figurative Description Of The Procedure Of Divine LoveA Manual, More Ancient Than The Art Of Printing, And Not To Be Found In Any Catalogue
A Poetical Epistle To Lady AustenA RiddleA Song : On The Green Margin
A Song : The Sparkling EyeA Tale, Founded On A Fact, Which Happened In January, 1779A Tale. June 1793
Abuse of the GospelAdam: A Sacred Drama. Act 1.Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 2.
Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 3.Addressed To Miss Macartney, Afterwards Mrs. Greville, On Reading The Prayer For IndifferenceAfflictions Sanctified by the Word
An Apology For Not Showing Her What I Had WroteAn Attempt At The Manner Of WallerAn Enigma
An Epigram From HomerAn Epistle To Joseph Hill, Esq.An Epistle To Robert Lloyd, Esq.
An EpitaphAn Epitaph (From The Greek)An Epitaph 2 (From The Greek)
An Epitaph 3 (From The Greek)An Epitaph 4 (From The Greek)An Ode, On Reading Mr. Richardson's History Of Sir Charles Grandison
Annus Memorabilis : Written in Commemoration of His Majesty's Happy RecoveryAnswer To Stanzas Addressed To Lady Hesketh By Miss Catharine Fanshawe, In Returning A PoemAnti-Thelyphthora. A Tale In Verse
Apology to DeliaApology To Delia: For Desiring A Lock Of Her HairAspirations Of The Soul After God
Boadicea. An OdeBy CallimachusBy Heraclides
By MoschusBy PhilemonCatharina
Catharina : The Second Part. On Her Marriage To George Courtenay, Esq.CharityContentment
ConversationDenner's Old WomanDependence
Divine Justice AmiableDivine Love Endures No RivalElegy I. To Charles Deodati (Translated From Milton)
Elegy II. On The Death Of The University Beadle At Cambridge (Translated From Milton)Elegy III. Anno Aet. 17. On The Death Of The Bishop Of Winchester (Translated From Milton)Elegy IV. Anno Aet. 18. To My Tutor, Thomas Young, Chaplain Of The English Merchants Resident At Hamburg (Translated From Milton)
Elegy V. Anno Aet. 20. On The Approach Of Spring (Translated From Milton)Elegy VI. To Charles Diodati, When He Was Visiting In The Country (Translated From Milton)Elegy VII. Anno Aetates Undevigesimo (Translated From Milton)
Ephraim RepentingEpigramEpigram : On The Inventor Of Gunpowder (Translated From Milton)