Famous Poems of William Shenstone

Here you will find a collection of famous poems of William Shenstone. 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 ParodyA Pastoral BalladA Pastoral Ballad I: Absence
A Pastoral Ballad II: HopeA Pastoral Ballad III: SolicitudeA Pastoral Ballad IV: Disappointment
A Pastoral Ode. To the Hon. Sir Richard LyttletonA SimileAn Irregular Ode, After Sickness
AnacreonticCharms of Precedence - A TaleColemira : A Culinary Eclogue
Colemira. A Culinary EclogueComparisonCupid and Plutus
Daphne's VisitEconomy, A Rhapsody, Addressed to Young PoetsElegy I. He Arrives at His Retirement in the Country
Elegy II. On Posthumous Reputation - To a FriendElegy IV. Ophilia's Urn. To Mr. GravesElegy IX. He Describes His Disinterestedness to a Friend
Elegy V. He Compares the Turbulence of Love With the Tranquillity of FriendshipElegy VI. To a Lady, On the Language of BirdsElegy VII. He Describes His Vision to An Acquaintance
Elegy VIII. He Describes His Early Love of Poetry, and Its ConsequencesElegy X. To Fortune, Suggesting His Motive for Repining at Her DispensationsElegy XI. He Complains How Soon the Pleasing Novelty of Life Is Over
Elegy XII. His RecantationElegy XIII. To a Friend, On Some Slight Occasion Estranged From HimElegy XIV. Declining an Invitation To Visit Foreign Countries
Elegy XIX. - Written in Spring, 1743Elegy XV. In Memory of a Private Family in WorcestershireElegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
Elegy XVII. He Indulges the Suggestions of Spleen.-- An Elegy to the WindsElegy XVIII. He Repeats the Song of Colin, a Discerning ShepherdElegy XX. He Compares His Humble Fortune With the Distress of Others
Elegy XXI. Taking a View of the Country From His RetirementElegy XXII. Written in the Year ----, When the Rights of Sepulture Were So Frequently ViolatedElegy XXIII. Reflections Suggested By His Situation
Elegy XXIV. He Takes Occasion, From the Fate of Eleanor of BretagneElegy XXV. To Delia, With Some FlowersElegy XXVI. Describing the Sorrow of An Ingeneous Mind
Epilogue - To the Tragedy of CleoneExtent of CookeryFlirt and Phil
Hint From VoitureImpromptu to Miss Utrecia SmithInscription for a Medicinal Fountain at the Leasowes
Jemmy DawsonLove and HonorLove and Music. Written at Oxford, When Young
Nancy of the ValeOde - So dear my Lucio is to meOde to a Young Lady
Ode to Cynthia, on the Approach of SpringOde to Health, 1730Ode to Indolence
Ode to MemoryOde, written 1739On Certain Pastorals