Author:Samuel Taylor Coleridge/Index of Titles

Index of Titles
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This listing largely follows that given in Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Complete Poems (1997), edited by William Keach (Penguin Classics). There are some instances where works are not included in Keach. These are marked with **.


A Character
A Child's Evening Prayer
A Christmas Carol
A Day Dream
A Fragment Found in a Lecture-Room
A Letter to April 4 1802. - Sunday Evening
A Lover's Complaint to his Mistress
A Mathematical Problem
A Soliloquy to the full Moon, She Being in a Mad Passion
A Stranger Minstrel
A Thought Suggested by a View of Saddleback in Cumberland
A Tombless Epitaph
A Wish Written in Jesus Wood, Feb. 10th, 1792
Absence: A Farewell Ode on Quitting School for Jesus College, Cambridge
Ad Vilmum Axiologum
Addressed to a Young Man of Fortune Who Abandoned Himself to an Indolent and Causeless Melancholy
Alice du Cos: Or The Forked Tongue. A Ballad
[An Angel Visitant]
An Invocation
[An invocation: from 'Remorse']
An Ode in the Manner of Anacreon
An Ode to the Rain
Anna and Harland
Answer to a Child's Question
Anthem for the Children of Christ's Hospital
Apologia Pro Vita Sua


Burke, (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 2)


Catullian Hendecasyllables
Charity in Thought
Cholera Cured Before Hand
Constancy to an Ideal Object


Dejection: An Ode
Destruction of the Bastille
Devonshire Roads
Domestic Peace
Drinking versus Thinking
Dura navis
Duty Surviving Self-Love



Faith, Hope, and Charity. From the Italian of Guarini)
Fancy in Nubibus
Farewell so Love
Fears in Solitude
Fire, Famine, and Slaughter
First Advent of Love
Fragment of an ode on Napoleon
Fragment Two wedded Hearts
Fragmentary translation of the Song of Deborah
France. An Ode
From an Unpublished Poem
From the German
Frost at Midnight


Gently I took that which urgently came)
God's Omnipresence, a Hymn


Hexameters William, My Teacher, My Friend
Home-Sick: Written in Germany
Human Life, On the Denial of Immortality
Humility, the Mother of Charity
Hunting Song from Zapolya
Hymn before Sun-rise, in the Vale of Chamouni
Hymn to the Earth. Hexameters.


Imitated from Ossian
Imitated from the Welsh
Imitations Ad Lyram
Inscription by the Rev. W. L. Bowles in Nether Stowey Church
Inscription for a Fountain on a Heath
Inscription for a Seat by the Road Side Half-Way Up a Steep Hill Facing Inside the Coach
Israel's Lament


Job's Luck


Know Thyself
Koskiusko (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 5)
Kubla Khan: Or, A Vision in a Dream


La Fayette (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 4)
Lewti, or the Circassian Love-Chaunt
Lines Composed in a Concert-Room
Lines composed while climbing the left ascent of Brockley Coomb, Somersetshire, May, 1795
[Lines from a manuscript 1807-8]
[Lines from a notebook - September 1798]
[Lines from a notebook - September 1803]
[Lines from a notebook - February-March 1804]
[Lines from a notebook - April 1805]
[Lines from a notebook – May-June 1805]
[Lines from a notebook - 1806 (Bright clouds of reverence sufferably bright))
[Lines from a notebook - 1806 (Let Eagle bid the Tortois sunward soar)]
[Lines from a notebook - March 1806]
[Lines from a notebook - June 1806]
[Lines from a notebook - October-November 1806]
[Lines from a notebook - November-December 1806]
[Lines from a notebook - February 1807] ('And in Life's noisiest hour')]
[Lines from a notebook - February 1807 ('As some vast tropic Tree, itself a Wood')]
[Lines from a notebook - July 1807, includes lines previously published separately as 'Coeli enarrant']
[Lines from a notebook - January 1808]
[Lines from a notebook - March 1810]
[Lines from a notebook - April-June 1810] "The body"
[Lines from a notebook - May 1810] "I have experienc'd"
[Lines from a notebook - 1811]
[Lines from a notebook - May June 1811]
[Lines from a notebook - May-July 1811]
[Lines from a notebook - May 1814?]
[Lines from a notebook - 1815-16 ('Let klumps of Earth however glorified')]
[Lines from a notebook 1815-16 ('O Superstition is the Giant Shadow')]
[Lines from a notebook - 1822]
Lines in the Manner of Spenser
Lines inscribed on the fly-leaf of Benedetto Menzini's "Poesie' (1782)]
Lines on a Friend Who Died of a Frenzy Fever Induced by Calumnious Reports
Lines on an Autumnal Evening
Lines Suggested by the Last Words of Berengarius
Lines to a Beautiful Spring in a Village
Lines to a Comic Author, on an Abusive Review
Lines to a Friend in Answer to a Melancholy Letter
Lines to W. L. while he Sang a Song to Purcell's Music
Lines written at Shurton Bars, near Bridgewater, September, 1795, in answer to a letter from Bristol
Lines written at the King's Arms, Ross, formerly the House of the "Man of Ross"
Lines written in commonplace book of Miss Barbour]
Lines written in the album at Elbingerode, in the Hartz Forest
Love and Friendship Opposite
Love, Hope, and Patience in Education
Love's Apparition and Evanishment
Love's Burial-Place: A Madrigal


Melancholy: A Fragment
Metrical Feet. Lesson for a Boy
Monody on a Tea-Kettle
Monody on the Death of Chatterton (first version)
Monody on the Death of Chatterton (final version)
Mrs Siddons (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 8)
Mutual Passion **, a re-working of Ben Jonson's A Nymph's Passion
My Baptismal Birth-Day


Ne plus ultra
Nil pejus est caelibe vita
Not at Home


Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
Ode to the Departing Year
Ode to Tranquillity
On a Cataract
On a Clock in a Market-Place
On a Lady Weeping
On a Late Connubial Rupture in High Life
On a Volunteer Singer
On an Infant which Died before Baptism
On an Insignificant
On Donne's First Poem
On Donne's Poetry
On Imitation
On my Joyful Departure from the Same City [Cologne]
On Observing a Blossom on the First of February 1796
On Receiving an Account that his Only Sister's Death Was Inevitable
On Revisiting the Sea-Shore
On Seeing a Youth Affectionately Welcomed by a Sister
On Taking Leave of ----- , 1817
On the Christening of a Friend's Child
On the Prospect of Establishing a Pantisocracy in America
On the Wretched Lot of the Slaves in the Isles of Western India


[Paraphrase of Psalm 46. Hexameters]
Parliamentary Oscillators
Perspiration: A Travelling Eclogue
Phantom or Fact?
Pitt (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 6)
Priestley (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 3)
Profuse kindness
Progress of Vice
Psyche 49





Talleyrand to Lord Grenville
Tell's Birth-Place
The Apotheosis, or The Snow-Drop
The Ballad of the Dark Ladie
The Blossoming of the Solitary Date-Tree. A Lament
The British Stripling's War-Song
The Complaint of Ninathoma (imitated from Ossian)
The Day-Dream
The Delinquent Travellers
The Destiny of Nations
The Devil's Thoughts
The Dungeon
The Eolian Harp
The Exchange
The Faded Flower
The Foster-Mother's Tale
The Garden of Boccaccio - unsourced version only
The Good, Great Man
The Happy Husband
The Homeric Hexameter Described and Exemplified
The Hour When We Shall Meet Again
The Improvisatore
The Keepsake
The Kiss
The Knight's Tomb
The Mad Monk
The Madman and the Lethargist, an Example
(The Netherlands)
The Nightingale
The Night-Scene: A Dramatic Fragment
The Nose
The Old Man of the Alps
The Ovidian Elegiac Metre Described and Exemplified
The Pains of Sleep
The Pang More Sharp Than All
The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution
The Production of a Young Lady, addressed to the author of the poems alluded to in the preceding epistle (aka 'The Silver Thimble')
The Raven
The Reproof and Reply
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1834)
The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere (1798)
The Rose
The Sigh
The Suicide's Argument
The Tears of a Grateful People
The Three Graves
The Two Founts
The Two Round Spaces on the Tomb-Stone
The Virgin's Cradle-Hymn
The Visionary Hope
The Visit of the Gods
The Wanderings of Cain
The Wills of the Wisp
This Lime-Tree Bower my Prison
Time, Real and Imaginary
To a Friend, Together with an Unfinished Poem
To a Friend Who Had Declared his Intention of Writing No More Poetry
To a Lady. With Falconer's 'Shipwreck'
To a Young Ass, its Mother being Tethered Near it
To a Young Friend, on his Proposing to Domesticate with the Author. Composed in 1796
To a Young Lady on her Recovery from a Fever
To a Young Lady with a Poem on the French Revolution
To an Infant
To an Unfortunate Woman
To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre
To Asra
To Disappointment
To Earl Stanhope
To Fortune: On Buying a Ticket in the Irish Lottery
To Lord Stanhope, on Reading his Late Protest in the House of Lords (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 12)
To Mary Pridham
To Matilda Betham from a Stranger
To Miss A. T.
To Miss Brunton
To Nature
To Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 11)
To Robert Southey, of Balliol College, Oxford, Author of the 'Retrospect', and Other Poems (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 10)
To the Author of Poems published anonymously at Bristol in September 1795
To the Evening Star
To the Honourable Mr Erskine (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 1)
To the Muse
To the Nightingale
To the Rev. George Coleridge
To the Rev. W. J. Hort, while teaching a young lady some song-tunes on his flute
To the Rev. W. L. Bowles (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 7)
To the Young Artist, Kayser of Kaserwerth
To Two Sisters
To William Godwin, Author of 'Political Justice' (Sonnets on Eminent Characters 9)
To William Wordsworth , also known as To a Gentleman
Translation of a passage in Ottfried's metrical paraphrase of the Gospel]
Translation of Wrangham's 'Hendecasyllabi ad Bruntonam e Granta Exituram'


Untitled: Friend, Lover, Husband, Sister, Brother!'
Untitled: 'Upon the mountain's Edge all lightly resting'


Verses addressed to J. Horne Tooke
Verses Trivocular


Water Ballad
Westphalian Song
W.H. Eheu!
What is Life?
With Fielding's Amelia
Work Without Hope - unsourced version only
Written After a Walk Before Supper
Written in an Album



Youth and Age - unsourced version only