Famous poems by Henry Howard:

Alas! So All Things Now Do Hold Their PeaceRate it:
DESCRIPTION OF THE RESTLESS STATE OF A LOVER.Rate it:
A CARELESS MAN SCORNING AND DESCRIBING THE SUBTLE USAGE OF WOMEN TOWARD THEIR LOVERSRate it:
A CONSTANT LOVER LAMENTETH.Rate it:
A Praise of His LoveRate it:
A Satire against the citizens of LondonRate it:
A SONG WRITTEN BY THE EARL OF SURREYRate it:
A VOW TO LOVE FAITHFULLY, HOWSOEVER HE BE REWARDEDRate it:
AN ANSWER IN THE BEHALF OF A WOMAN.Rate it:
AN EPITAPH ON CLERE, SURREY'S FAITHFUL FRIEND AND FOLLOWERRate it:
Brittle BeautyRate it:
Certain Books Of Virgil's AEneis: Book IIRate it:
COMPLAINT OF A DYING LOVERRate it:
Complaint of a Lover that Defied LoveRate it:
Complaint Of The Absence Of Her Lover Being Upon The SeaRate it:
COMPLAINT OF THE ABSENCE OF HER LOVER BEING UPON THE SEA.Rate it:
From Tuscan Came My Lady's Worthy RaceRate it:
Geue Place Ye Louers, Here BeforeRate it:
Harpalus. An Ancient English PastoralRate it:
HOW NO AGE IS CONTENTRate it:
I Never Saw Youe, Madam, Laye AparteRate it:
In Cypres Springes, Wheras Dame Venus DweltRate it:
Lady Surrey's Lament for Her Absent LordRate it:
London, Hast Thou Accursed MeRate it:
Love that Doth Reign and LiveRate it:
OF SARDANAPALUS'S DISHONORABLE LIFE AND MISERABLE DEATH.Rate it:
Of the Death of Sir T.W. the ElderRate it:
Of Thy Life, Thomas, This Compass Well MarkRate it:
Set Me Whereas the Sun Doth Parch the GreenRate it:
So Cruel PrisonRate it:
Suche Waiwarde Waies Hath Love That Moste Parte In DiscordeRate it:
The Ages of ManRate it:
The Burial of the DaneRate it:
The Fansy, Which That I Haue Serued LongRate it:
THE FORSAKEN LOVER DESCRIBETH AND FORSAKETH LOVERate it:
The Frailty and Hurtfulness of BeautyRate it:
The Golden Gift that Nature Did Thee GiveRate it:
THE LOVER DESCRIBETH HIS RESTLESS STATERate it:
THE LOVER EXCUSETH HIMSELF OF SUSPECTED CHANGE.Rate it:
THE MEANS TO ATTAIN A HAPPY LIFE.Rate it:
The Soote SeasonRate it:
The Sun Hath TwiceRate it:
The Things that Cause a Quiet LifeRate it:
To his MistressRate it:
TO THE LADY THAT SCORNED HER LOVER.Rate it:
Too Dearly Had I BoughtRate it:
WHEN EACH THING, SAVE THE LOVER IN SPRING, REVIVETH TO PLEASURE.Rate it:
When Ragyng Loue With Extreme PayneRate it:

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