Poems By John Donne


A Fever
   
A Hymn To Christ At The Author's Last Going Into Germany

A Hymn To God The Father

A Lame Beggar

A Valediction : Forbidding Mourning

A Valediction : Of Weeping

Air And Angels

Break Of Day

Celestial Music
   
Confined Love

For Whom The Bell Tolls

Elegy I : Jealousy
   
Elegy II : The Anagram

Elegy III : Change

Elegy IV : The Perfume

Elegy V : His Picture

Elegy VI

Elegy VII

Elegy VIII : The Comparison

Elegy IX : The Autumnal

Elegy X : The Dream

Elegy XVI : On His Mistress

Elegy XVIII : Love's Progress

Holy Sonnet I : Tho Has Made Me

Holy Sonnet II : As Due By Many Titles I Resign

Holy Sonnet III : O Might Those Sighs And Tears Return again

Holy Sonnet IV : Oh My Black Soul! Now Art Thou Summoned

Holy Sonnet V : I Am A Little World Made Cunningly

Holy Sonnet VI : This Is My Play's Last Scene, Here heavens appoint

Holy Sonnet VII : At The Round Earth's Imagined Coorners blow
   
Holy Sonnet VIII : If Faithful Souls Be Alike Glorified

Holy Sonnet IX : If Poisonous Minerals, And If That tree

Holy Sonnet X : Death Be Not Proud

Holy Sonnet XI : Spit In My Face You Jews, And Pierce my side

Holy Sonnet XII : Why Are We By All Creatures Waited on

Holy Sonnet XIII : What If This Present Were The Worlds last night

Holy Sonnet XIV : Batter My Heart, Three-Personed god
   
Holy Sonnet XV : Wilt Thou Love God, As He Thee? Then digest
   
Holy Sonnet XVI : Father, Part Of His Double Interest

Holy Sonnet XVII : Since She Whom I Loved

Holy Sonnet XVIII : Show me, dear Christ, thy Spouse so bright and clear

Holy Sonnet XIX : Oh, To Vex Me, Contraries Meet In One

John Donne - The Paradox

Love's Deity

Love's Usury

Negative Love

Self - Love

Song (Go And Catch A Falling Star)

The Apparition

The Bait

The Broken Heart

The Canonization

The Damp
   
The Dissolution

The Dream

The Ecstasy
   
The Expiration

The Flea

The Funeral

The Good - Morrow

The Indifferent

The Legacy

The Message

The Primrose

The Prohibition

The Sun Rising
   
The Token

The Triple Fool
   
Witchcraft By A Picture
   
Woman's Constancy