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Thomas Hood - 19 poems

The Wee Man
It was a merry company,
Anf they were just afloat, [...]

The Exile
The swallow with summer
Will wing o'er seas, [...]

The Lay of the Labourer
A spade! a rake! a hoe!
A pickaxe, or a bill! [...]

The Song of the Shirt
With fingers weary and worn,
With eyelids heavy and red, [...]

Gold! Gold! Gold! Gold!
Bright and yellow, hard and cold, [...]

The Bridge of Sighs
One more Unfortunate,
Weary of breath, [...]

The Death-Bed
We watch'd her breathing thro' the night,
Her breathing soft and low, [...]

I Remember, I Remember!
I remember, I remember,
The house where I was born, [...]

I Love Thee!
I love thee - I love thee!
'Tis all that I can say; - [...]

To An Absentee
O'er hill, and dale, and distant sea,
Through all the miles that stretch between, [...]

To -
I gaze upon a city, -
A city new and strange, - [...]

The Forsaken
The dead are in their silent graves,
And the dew is cold above, [...]

She stood breast high amid the corn,
Clasp'd by the golden light of morn, [...]

To My Daughter
Dear Fanny! nine long years ago,
While yet the morning sun was low, [...]

To A Child
Love thy mother, little one!
Kiss and clasp her neck again, - [...]

A Parental Ode To My Son, Aged Three Years And Five Months
Thou happy, happy elf!
(But stop - first let me kiss away that tear) [...]

To A False Friend
Our hands have met, but not our hearts;
Our hands will never meet again. [...]

I will not have the mad Clytie,
Whose head is turn'd by the sun; [...]

The Lee-Shore
Sleet! and Hail! and Thunder!
And ye Winds that rave, [...]

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Poems and Poetry of Thomas Hood

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