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To — may refer to:

Anne Lynch BottaEdit

Anne BrontëEdit

  • To ------ (I will not mourn thee, lovely one)

George Gordon ByronEdit

Edmund CartwrightEdit

  • To ------ (Chained to the oar and hopeless of reprieve)

Roderick J. FlanaganEdit

John KeatsEdit

  • To (Had I a man's fair form, then might my sighs)
  • To ——— (What can I do to drive away)

Letitia Elizabeth LandonEdit

Sidney LanierEdit

Ewart Alan MackintoshEdit

  • To (You have destroyed my early loves)

Edgar Allan PoeEdit

Epes SergentEdit

  • To ---, also called To Egeria (Leagues of blue ocean are between us spread)

Percy Bysshe ShelleyEdit

William Robert SpencerEdit

  • To —— (Too late I stayed—forgive the crime)

Robert Louis StevensonEdit

  • To —— (I knew thee strong and quiet like the hills)

Alfred TennysonEdit

  • To - (Clear-headed friend, whose joyful scorn)

Frances Auretta Fuller VictorEdit

  • To — (Had I not known all that the heart can tell)

Metta Victoria Fuller VictorEdit

  • To — (The whole of this June day replete with roses.)

William WordsworthEdit

  • To —— (From the dark chambers of dejection freed)