Poems by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

A Day - Dream

A Dialogue In Verse

A Tombless Epitaph

An Ode To The Rain
Answer To A Child's Question



Constancy To An Ideal Object

Dejection : An Ode

Domestic Peace

Duty Surviving Self - Love


Epitaph On A Bad Man

Epitaph On An Infant

Epitaph On An Infant - 2

'Fancy In Nubibus' OR 'The Poet In The Clouds'

Fears In Solitude

Fire, Famine, And Slaughter


France - An Ode

Frost At Midnight

Human Life

Hunting Song

Hymn Before Sun-Rise, In The Vale Of Chamouni

Hymn To The Earth

Inscription For A Fountain on A Heath

Inscription For A Time Piece

Kubla Khan


Lewti, or The Circassian Love Chaunt



Lines On A Child

Lines To W. Linley, Esq.


Love, A Sword

Love's Apparition And Evanishment
Love's Burial Place

Love's First Hope

Love, Hope, And Patience In Education


Ne Plus Ultra

Not At Home

Ode To Tranquility

On A Bad Singer

On A Cataract

On An Infant Which Died Before Baptism

On Donne's Poetry


Sanctii Dominici Pallium



Sonnet - On A Ruined House In A Romantic Country

Sonnet - To Simplicity
Something Childish, But Very Natural

The Ballad Of the Dark Ladie - A Fragment

The Butterfly

The Death Of The Starling
The Devil's Thoughts

The Eolian Harp

The Garden Of Boccacio

The Good, Great Man

The Kiss
The Knight's Tomb

The Nightingale

The Pains Of Sleep

The Pang More Sharp Than All

'The Picture' Or 'The Lover's Resolution'

The Rime of The Ancient Mariner
The Suicide's Argument

The Three Graves

The Two Founts
The Two Round Spaces On The Tombstone
The Virgin's Cradle Hymn

The Visionary Hope
The Visit Of The Gods

This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison

Time, Real And Imaginary

To A Gentleman (William Wordsworth)
To Lesbia
To Nature   

Work Without Hope
Youth And Age