Thomas Hood was a British humorist and poet. His son, Tom Hood, became a well known playwright and editor.

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Autumn IIIRate it:
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Christmas HolidaysRate it:
Fair InesRate it:
Faithless Nelly GrayRate it:
Faithless Sally BrownRate it:
False Poets And True (To Wordsworth)Rate it:
Farewell, Life! My Senses SwimRate it:
FlowersRate it:
Gold!Rate it:
Hymn to the SunRate it:
I Remember, I RememberRate it:
In RotterdamRate it:
Is There A Bitter Pang For Love RemovedRate it:
It Was Not In The WinterRate it:
LearRate it:
Let Us Make A Leap, My DearRate it:
Lines On Seeing My Wife And Two Children Sleeping In The Same ChamberRate it:
Love, Dearest Lady, Such As I Would SpeakRate it:
Lycus the CentaurRate it:
MidnightRate it:
Miss Killmansegg And Her Precious Leg. A LegendRate it:
My Heart Is Sick With LongingRate it:
No!Rate it:
NovemberRate it:
O Lady, Leave Thy Silken ThreadRate it:
Ode On A Distant Prospect Of Clapham AcademyRate it:
Ode to AutumnRate it:
Ode to Captain PaeryRate it:
Ode to MelancholyRate it:
Ode to Rae Wilson Esq.Rate it:
Ode to the Great UnknownRate it:
Ode To The MoonRate it:
Ode to W. Kitchener, M.D.Rate it:
On Mistress Nicely, a Pattern for HousekeepersRate it:
Past and PresentRate it:
RuthRate it:
SerenadeRate it:
She's Up and Gone, the Graceless GirlRate it:
Sigh On, Sad Heart, for Love's EclipseRate it:
SilenceRate it:
Sonnet (Written in a Volume of Shakespeare)Rate it:
Sonnet -Written in KeatsRate it:
Sonnet For the 14th of FebruaryRate it:
Sonnet On Receiving A GiftRate it:
Sonnet to My WifeRate it:
Sonnet to OceanRate it:
Spring It Is CheeryRate it:
Still Glides the Gentle Streamlet OnRate it:
That Flesh is Grass is Now as Clear as DayRate it:
The Bridge of SighsRate it:
The CigarRate it:
The Death BedRate it:
The Departure of SummerRate it:
The Dream FairyRate it:
The Dream of Eugene AramRate it:
The ExileRate it:
The ForsakenRate it:
The Haunted HouseRate it:
The Key (A Moorish Romance)Rate it:
The Lady's DreamRate it:
The Lament of Toby, The Learned PigRate it:
The Lay of the LaborerRate it:
The Lee ShoreRate it:
The Mary (A Sea-Side Sketch)Rate it:
The Pauper's Christmas CarolRate it:
The Plea Of The Midsummer FairiesRate it:
The Poet's PortionRate it:
The Sea of DeathRate it:
The Song of the ShirtRate it:
The Stars Are With The VoyagerRate it:
The Sun Was Slumbering in the WestRate it:
The Two Peacocks of BedfontRate it:
The Two Swans (A Fairy Tale)Rate it:
The Water LadyRate it:
The Workhouse ClockRate it:
The World is with MeRate it:
There Is Dew For The Flow'retRate it:
Tim TurpinRate it:
Time of RosesRate it:
Time, Hope And MemoryRate it:
To A Child Embracing His MotherRate it:
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To A False FriendRate it:
To A Sleeping ChildRate it:
To An AbsenteeRate it:
To An EnthusiastRate it:
To FancyRate it:
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Verses Written In An AlbumRate it:
Welcome, Dear Heart, and a Most Kind Good-MorrowRate it:

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