0346 Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford

Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford

A Crown of Bays Shall That Man Wear/Song: The Forsaken ManPoem
Care and Disappointment/Even as the Wax Doth MeltPoem
Come Hither, Shepherd Swain!/Fond DesirePoem
Doth Sorrow Fret Thy SoulPoem
Echo Verses/Sitting Alone upon My Thought in Melancholy MoodPoem
Even as the Wax Doth Melt, or Dew Consume Away/Care and ...Poem
Faction That Ever Dwells/Fortune and LovePoem
Fain Would I Sing, but Fury Makes Me Fret/Revenge of WrongPoem
Fain Would I Sing, but Fury Makes Me Fret/Revenge of WrongPoem
Fancy and Desire/Come Hither, Shepherd Swain!/Fond Desire1580Poemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/fancydesire.htm
Fortune and Love/Faction That Ever DwellsPoem
Fram’d in the Front of Forlorn Hope Past All Recovery/... Good NamePoem
Grief of Mind/What Plague Is Greater than Grief of Mind?Poem
His Good Name Being Blemished, He Bewaileth (Framed in the front)Poemhttp://theotherpages.org/poems/vere01.html#5
I Am Not as I Seem to BePoem
If Care or Skill Could Conquer Vain Desire/Reason and AffectionPoem
If Women Could Be Fair and yet Not Fond/Woman’s ChangeablenessPoem
Inscription to Lady Oxford1575Legal Document/Correspondencehttp://www.elizabethanauthors.com/vere108.htm
Labour and Its RewardPoem
Letter to Bartholomew Clerke1571Legal Document/Correspondencehttp://www.elizabethanauthors.com/vere106.htm
Letter to Thomas Bedingfield1573Legal Document/Correspondencehttp://www.elizabethanauthors.com/vere107.htm
Loss of Good Name/Fram’d in the Front of Forlorn HopePoem
Love and Antagonism/The Trickling Tears that Fall Along My CheeksPoem
Love Is a Discord and a Strange DivorcePoem
Love Thy Choice/Who Taught Thee First to Sigh, Alas My Heart?Poemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/whotaught.htm
My Meaning Is to Work/Love and WitPoem
My Mind to Me a Kingdom IsPoem
Of the Birth and Bringing-Up of Desire (When wert thou born, Desire?)1591Poemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/whenwert.htm

Of the Mighty Power of Love/Love and Wit/My Meaning Is to Work1576Poemhttp://www.users.muohio.edu/clarkjd/bernal98.html

Oxford’s LettersCollectionhttp://socrates.berkeley.edu/~ahnelson/oxlets.html
Poems and LyricsCollectionhttp://www.elizabethanauthors.com/oxfordpoems.htm
Reason and Affection/If Care or Skill Could Conquer Vain DesirePoem
Revenge of WrongPoem
Sitting Alone upon My Thought in Melancholy Mood/Echo VersesPoem
The Fickle SexPoem
The Forsaken Man/A Crown of Bays Shall That Man WearPoem
The Labouring Man that Tills the Fertile SoilPoemhttp://theotherpages.org/poems/vere01.html#4
The Lively Lark Stretched Forth Her Wing/The Meeting With DesirePoem
The Meeting with Desire/The Lively Lark Stretched Forth Her WingPoem
The Trickling Tears That Fall along My Cheeks/Love and AntagonismPoem
Were I a King I Might Command ContentPoemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/wereiaking.htm

What Cunning Can Express1593Poemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/whatcunning.htm

What Is Desire, which Doth ApprovePoem
What Plague Is Greater than Grief of Mind?/Grief of MindPoem
What Shepherd Can ExpressPoemhttp://www.luminarium.org/renlit/whatshepherd.htm
When I Was Fair and Young then Favour Graced MePoem
Whenas the Heart at Tennis Plays/Love Compared to a Tennis-PlayPoem
Who Taught Thee First to Sigh, Alas My Heart?/Love Thy ChoicePoem
Winged with Desire, I Seek to Mount on HighPoem
Woman’s Changeableness/If Women Could Be Fair and yet Not Fond1588Poemhttp://theotherpages.org/poems/vere01.html#2



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