Robert Welch Herrick was a novelist who was part of a new generation of American realists.

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Upon The Nipples Of Julia's BreastRate it:
UPON TIMERate it:
A CANTICLE TO APOLLORate it:
COMFORT TO A YOUTH THAT HAD LOST HIS LOVERate it:
FAREWELL FROST, OR WELCOME SPRINGRate it:
TO DEATHRate it:
UPON JULIA'S RECOVERYRate it:
UPON THE LOSS OF HIS MISTRESSESRate it:
A BUCOLIC BETWIXT TWO;LACON AND THYRSISRate it:
A Child's GraceRate it:
A Christmas Carol, Sung to the King in the Presence at White-HallRate it:
A Conjuration To ElectraRate it:
A CONJURATION: TO ELECTRARate it:
A DIALOGUE BETWIXT HIMSELF AND MISTRESS ELIZAWHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARILLISRate it:
A HYMN TO BACCHUSRate it:
A Hymn To LoveRate it:
A HYMN TO THE GRACESRate it:
A HYMN TO VENUS AND CUPIDRate it:
A Lyric to MirthRate it:
A MEAN IN OUR MEANSRate it:
A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESSRate it:
A NEW YEAR'S GIFT,SENT TO SIR SIMEON STEWARDRate it:
A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTONRate it:
A PARANAETICALL, OR ADVISIVE VERSETO HIS FRIEND, MR JOHN WICKSRate it:
A PASTORAL SUNG TO THE KINGRate it:
A REQUEST TO THE GRACESRate it:
A Ring Presented to JuliaRate it:
A Thanksgiving to God for His HouseRate it:
A THANKSGIVING TO GOD, FOR HIS HOUSERate it:
A VOW TO VENUSRate it:
ALL THINGS DECAY AND DIERate it:
AMBITIONRate it:
AN EPITAPH UPON A CHILDRate it:
AN EPITAPH UPON A VIRGINRate it:
AN HYMN TO THE MUSESRate it:
AN ODE FOR BEN JONSONRate it:
AN ODE OF THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOURRate it:
An Ode to Master Endymion Porter, Upon His Brother's DeathRate it:
AN ODE TO SIR CLIPSBY CREWRate it:
ANACREONTICRate it:
AnotherRate it:
Another Grace For A ChildRate it:
ANTHEA'S RETRACTATIONRate it:
ART ABOVE NATURE: TO JULIARate it:
BARLEY-BREAK; OR, LAST IN HELLRate it:
Be My Mistress Short or TallRate it:
BURIALRate it:
CASUALTIESRate it:
CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS EVERate it:
CEREMONY UPON CANDLEMAS EVERate it:
CHERRY RIPERate it:
Cherry- RipeRate it:
COCK-CROWRate it:
Corinna's Going A-MayingRate it:
CRUTCHESRate it:
DELIGHT IN DISORDERRate it:
Departure of the Good DaemonRate it:
Discontents In DevonRate it:
Divination By A DaffodilRate it:
Draw-glovesRate it:
DreamsRate it:
Epitaph upon a Child that diedRate it:
ETERNITYRate it:
FELICITY QUICK OF FLIGHTRate it:
FOUR THINGS MAKE US HAPPY HERERate it:
GOOD PRECEPTS, OR COUNSELRate it:
GRACE FOR A CHILDRate it:
HER BEDRate it:
HIS AGE:DEDICATED TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND,MR JOHN WICKES, UNDER THE NAME OFPOSTUMUSRate it:
HIS CONTENT IN THE COUNTRYRate it:
HIS COVENANT OR PROTESTATION TO JULIARate it:
HIS DESIRERate it:
HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTHRate it:
HIS LAST REQUEST TO JULIARate it:
His Litany to the Holy SpiritRate it:
HIS LITANY, TO THE HOLY SPIRITRate it:
HIS LOSSRate it:
His Meditation Upon DeathRate it:
HIS MISTRESS TO HIM AT HIS FAREWELLRate it:
HIS POETRY HIS PILLARRate it:
His Prayer For AbsolutionRate it:
His Prayer To Ben JonsonRate it:
HIS REQUEST TO JULIARate it:
HIS RETURN TO LONDONRate it:
HIS SAILING FROM JULIARate it:
HIS WINDING-SHEETRate it:
His Wish To GodRate it:
HIS WISH TO PRIVACYRate it:
HOW HIS SOUL CAME ENSNAREDRate it:
HOW PANSIES OR HEARTS-EASE CAME FIRSTRate it:
HOW SPRINGS CAME FIRSTRate it:
I CALL AND I CALLRate it:
IMPOSSIBILITIES: TO HIS FRIENDRate it:
KISSING USURYRate it:
LIFE IS THE BODY'S LIGHTRate it:
Litany to the Holy SpiritRate it:
LOSS FROM THE LEASTRate it:
LOVE DISLIKES NOTHINGRate it:
LOVE LIGHTLY PLEASEDRate it:
LOVE, WHAT IT ISRate it:
LOVERS HOW THEY COME AND PARTRate it:
MAN'S DYING-PLACE UNCERTAINRate it:
MATINS, OR MORNING PRAYERRate it:
MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESSRate it:
MIRTHRate it:
MiseriesRate it:
MONEY MAKES THE MIRTHRate it:
MRS ELIZ: WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF THELOST SHEPHERDESSRate it:
NO FAULT IN WOMENRate it:
NO MAN WITHOUT MONEYRate it:
NO PAINS, NO GAINSRate it:
NOT EVERY DAY FIT FOR VERSERate it:
NOTHING FREE-COSTRate it:
Oberon's FeastRate it:
OF LOVE: A SONNETRate it:
ON A PERFUMED LADYRate it:
ON HIMSELFRate it:
On Julia's VoiceRate it:
ON LOVERate it:
ORPHEUSRate it:
PARDONSRate it:
PEACE NOT PERMANENTRate it:
POVERTY AND RICHESRate it:
PRAY AND PROSPERRate it:
Proof to No PurposeRate it:
PURPOSESRate it:
RewardsRate it:
SAFETY ON THE SHORERate it:
SATISFACTION FOR SUFFERINGSRate it:
SOFT MUSICRate it:
Sweet DisorderRate it:
TEARS AND LAUGHTERRate it:
THE APPARITION OF HIS, MISTRESS,CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUMRate it:
THE APRON OF FLOWERSRate it:
The Argument Of His BookRate it:
THE BAD SEASON MAKES THE POET SADRate it:
THE BAG OF THE BEERate it:
THE BEGGAR TO MAB, THE FAIRY QUEENRate it:
THE BELL-MANRate it:
The BellmanRate it:
THE BLEEDING HAND; OR THE SPRIG OF EGLANTINE GIVEN TO A MAIDRate it:
THE BRACELET TO JULIARate it:
The Bracelet: To JuliaRate it:
THE BRIDE-CAKERate it:
THE BUBBLE: A SONGRate it:
THE CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS DAYRate it:
THE CHANGES: TO CORINNARate it:
THE CHEAT OF CUPID; OR, THE UNGENTLE GUESTRate it:
THE COMING OF GOOD LUCKRate it:
THE COUNTRY LIFE:Rate it:
THE CRUEL MAIDRate it:
THE DEFINITION OF BEAUTYRate it:
THE DIRGE OF JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER:SUNG BY THE VIRGINSRate it:
THE FAIRIESRate it:
THE FAIRY TEMPLE; OR, OBERON'S CHAPELRate it:
THE FUNERAL RITES OF THE ROSERate it:
The Good-night or BlessingRate it:
THE HAGRate it:
THE HEARTRate it:
The Hock-cart, or Harvest HomeRate it:
THE HOCK-CART, OR HARVEST HOME:TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORLANDRate it:
The Hour-glassRate it:
THE KISS: A DIALOGUERate it:
THE LILY IN A CRYSTALRate it:
THE MAD MAID'S SONGRate it:
THE MAYPOLERate it:
The Night Piece, To JuliaRate it:
THE OLD WIVES' PRAYERRate it:
THE OLIVE BRANCHRate it:
THE PARCAE; OR, THREE DAINTY DESTINIES:THE ARMILETRate it:
THE PARLIAMENT OF ROSES TO JULIARate it:
THE PLAUDITE, OR END OF LIFERate it:
THE PRESENT TIME BEST PLEASETHRate it:
THE PRESENT; OR, THE BAG OF THE BEE:Rate it:
THE PRIMROSERate it:
THE ROCK OF RUBIES, AND THE QUARRY OFPEARLSRate it:
The RosaryRate it:
THE SHOWER OF BLOSSOMSRate it:
THE SUCCESSION OF THE FOUR SWEET MONTHSRate it:
THE TRANSFIGURATIONRate it:
The VineRate it:
THE VOICE AND VIOLRate it:
THE WAKERate it:
THE WASSAILRate it:
THE WATCHRate it:
THE WHITE ISLAND:OR PLACE OF THE BLESTRate it:
THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCASRate it:
The Wounded CupidRate it:
THE WOUNDED HEARTRate it:
THINGS MORTAL STILL MUTABLERate it:
TO A GENTLEWOMAN, OBJECTING TO HIM HISGRAY HAIRSRate it:
TO ANTHEARate it:
TO ANTHEA, WHO MAY COMMAND HIM ANY THINGRate it:
To Anthea, who may command him AnythingRate it:
TO BACCHUS: A CANTICLERate it:
TO BE MERRYRate it:
TO BLOSSOMSRate it:
TO CARNATIONS: A SONGRate it:
TO DAFFADILSRate it:
To DaffodilsRate it:
TO DAISIES, NOT TO SHUT SO SOONRate it:
TO ELECTRARate it:
TO ENJOY THE TIMERate it:
TO GROVESRate it:
TO HEAVENRate it:
TO HIS BOOKRate it:
TO HIS CONSCIENCERate it:
TO HIS DYING BROTHER, MASTER WILLIAM HERRICKRate it:
To his GirlsRate it:
To His Honoured and Most Ingenious Friend Mr. Charles CottonRate it:
TO HIS HONOURED AND MOST INGENIOUS FRIENDMR CHARLES COTTONRate it:
TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS SUSANNA HERRICKRate it:
TO HIS LOVELY MISTRESSESRate it:
To his mistress, objecting to him neither toying or talkingRate it:
TO HIS MISTRESS, OBJECTING TO HIM NEITHERTOYING OR TALKINGRate it:
TO HIS MUSERate it:
TO HIS PATERNAL COUNTRYRate it:
TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, MR JOHN WICKSRate it:
TO HIS SAVIOUR, A CHILD;A PRESENT, BY A CHILDRate it:
TO HIS SWEET SAVIOURRate it:
TO HIS VERSESRate it:
TO JULIARate it:
TO LAURELSRate it:
TO LIVE FREELYRate it:
To Live Merrily, And To Trust To Good VersesRate it:
TO LIVE MERRILY,AND TO TRUST TO GOOD VERSESRate it:
TO MEADOWSRate it:
TO MISTRESS KATHARINE BRADSHAW, THE LOVELY, THAT CROWNED HIM WITH LAURELRate it:
TO MUSICRate it:
TO MUSIC, TO BECALM A SWEET SICK YOUTHRate it:
TO MUSIC, TO BECALM HIS FEVERRate it:
TO MUSIC: A SONGRate it:
To Music: a SongRate it:
To OenoneRate it:
TO OENONE.Rate it:
TO PANSIESRate it:
TO PERENNARate it:
To PerillaRate it:
TO PERlLLARate it:
TO PHILLIS, TO LOVE AND LIVE WITH HIMRate it:
TO PRIMROSES FILLED WITH MORNING DEWRate it:
TO ROBIN RED-BREASTRate it:
TO SAPHORate it:
TO SILVIARate it:
TO SILVIA TO WEDRate it:
TO SIR CLIPSBY CREWRate it:
TO THE GENIUS OF HIS HOUSERate it:
TO THE HANDSOME MISTRESS GRACE POTTERRate it:
TO THE LADY CREWE, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILDRate it:
TO THE MAIDS, TO WALK ABROADRate it:
TO THE ROSE: SONGRate it:
TO THE VIRGINS, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIMERate it:
TO THE WATER-NYMPHS DRINKING AT THEFOUNTAINRate it:
To the Western WindRate it:
TO THE WILLOW-TREERate it:
TO VIOLETSRate it:
To Virgins, to Make Much of TimeRate it:
TO YOUTHRate it:
TRUTH AND ERRORRate it:
Truth and FalsehoodRate it:
Up ScobleRate it:
UPON A CHILDRate it:
UPON A CHILD THAT DIEDRate it:
UPON A DELAYING LADYRate it:
UPON A MAIDRate it:
UPON A PAINTED GENTLEWOMANRate it:
UPON CUPIDRate it:
UPON HER EYESRate it:
UPON HER FEETRate it:
UPON HIMSELFRate it:
UPON HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, MISTRESS ELIZABETHHERRICKRate it:
Upon Julia's ClothesRate it:
UPON JULIA'S HAIR FILLED WITH DEWRate it:
UPON JULIA'S RIBBONRate it:
Upon Julia's Unlacing HerselfRate it:
UPON JULIA'S VOICERate it:
UPON LOVERate it:
UPON LOVE:BY WAY OF QUESTION AND ANSWERRate it:
UPON MANRate it:
UPON MRS ELIZ. WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OFAMARILLISRate it:
Upon Parson BeanesRate it:
Upon Prew His MaidRate it:
UPON ROSESRate it:
UPON TEARSRate it:
UPON THE DETRACTERRate it:
UPON WRINKLESRate it:
WANTRate it:
What Kind Of Mistress He Would HaveRate it:
WHEN HE WOULD HAVE HIS VERSES READRate it:
WHY FLOWERS CHANGE COLOURRate it:
WlT PUNISHED PROSPERS MOSTRate it:
WRITINGRate it:

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