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Poet Name:  Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Poet Biography:  Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) was born into a well off Victorian family. She displayed an early interest in a variety of literary projects and produced a variety of poems and sonnets.
List of their Poems
A Child Asleep
A Curse For A Nation
A Dead Rose
A Man's Requirements
A Musical Instrument
A Sea-Side Walk
A Thought For A Lonely Death-Bed
A Woman's Shortcomings
A Year's Spinning
Adequacy
An Apprehension
And therefore if to love
Belov
But only three in all God's universe
Change Upon Change
Cheerfulness Taught By Reason
Chorus of Eden Spirits
Comfort
Consolation
De Profundis
Discontent
Exaggeration
Exaggeration
Futurity
Grief
Grief
How do I love thee
How do I love thee
Human Life
I lift my heavy heart up solemnly
I thought once how Theocritus had sung
If thou must love me
If thou must love me
Indeed This Very Love
Insufficiency
Irreparableness
Minstrelsy
Mother and Poet
My Heart and I
My Heavy Heart
Not death but love
Only a Curl.
Pain In Pleasure
Past and Future.
Patience Taught By Nature
Perplexed Music
Rosalind's Scroll
Sonnet I - I thought once how Theocritus had sung
Sonnet II - But only three in all God's universe
Sonnet III - Unlike are we, unlike, O princely Heart!
Sonnet IV - Thou hast thy calling to some palace-floor
Sonnet IX - Can it be right to give ..
Sonnet VI -Go from me.
Sonnet VII The face of all the world is changed
Sonnet VIII - What can I give thee back
Sonnet X - Yet, love, mere love....
Sonnet XI - And therefore if to love....
Sonnet XII - Indeed This Very Love
Sonnet XIII - And wilt thou have me ..
Sonnet XIV - If thou must love me ..
Sonnet XIX - The soul's Rialto ..
Sonnet XL - Oh, yes ! they love through
Sonnet XL - Oh, Yes! They Love
Sonnet XLI - I thank all who have loved..
Sonnet XLII - My Future will not copy
Sonnet XLIII - How do I love thee
Sonnet XLIV - Belov
Substitution
The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers
The Autumn
The Autumn
The Best Thing in the World
The Cry Of The Children
The Deserted Garden
The House Of Clouds
The Lady's Yes
The Look
The Meaning Of The Look
The Poet And The Bird
The Prisoner
The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point
The Seraph and Poet
Thou must sing alone
Yet, love, mere love, is beautiful indeed

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