Teagans Selected Sonnets
2013

Introduction

I would like to thank you for visiting me again. Your emails and suggestions have all been duly noted and I hope this year we will provide just as great a pleasure as we have in the past. Please don't stop sending me your creative comments and suggestions about the poetry you would like to see here.
This year "My Selected Sonnets", will concentrate on English Sonnets of the Romantic Period around the 19th Century.
I am open to suggestions at all times and should you have a European sonnet that you like please contact me and hopefully we will be able to share it with the rest of the sonnet world.
Dante Rossettini stated; "A sonnet is a moments monument". This is precisely what I wish to create, a series of monuments to the sonnet form.

My Selected Sonnets 2013

Written After a ThunderstormRev. John Johns
To....Edmund Cartwright
Sonnet XCIAnna Seward
To the MoonCharlotte Smith
To a Piece of Unwrought Pipe-clayJohn Frederick Bryant
Moderate WishesElizabeth Anne Smart Le Noir
A Sonnet upon SonnetsRobert Burns
Sonnet To HopeHelen Maria Williams
The CrisisJohn Thelwall
To ConstantinopleWilliam Stewart Rose
EveningRev. John Johns
A Locket of HairBrooke Boothby
Autumn LeavesAnna Seward
To the Goddess of BotanyCharlotte Smith
The DreamWilliam Preston
Education: Slang SonnetHenry Lemoine
Written in the SpringThomas Park
Sonnet To SimplicityHelen Maria Williams
Rapid Extension of the SuburbsJohn Thelwall
In Reminiscence of the Poet ColeridgeC. V. Le Grice
MoonlightRev. John Johns
Night Walk in a GardenHannah Cowley
On a Lock of HairAnna Seward
The Sea ViewCharlotte Smith
In Praise of DeliaJohn Bampfylde
Education: Slang SonnetHenry Lemoine
An Evening AddressThomas Park
Sonnet to the strawberryHelen Maria Williams
Sonnet II, To Tyranny.John Thelwall
On Charles LambC V Le Grice
To GloryJohn Johns
Merlins GlassWilliam Crowe
ElegyAnna Seward
The GossamerCharlotte Smith
Written at a FarmJohn Bampfylde
To the Evening StarWilliam Blake
Laudari a Laudato ViroThomas Park
Sonnet to TwilightHelen Maria Williams
RevolutionRobert Lovell
Mount's BayC. V. Le Grice
The Wood-stormRev. John Johns
In the Welsh MannerEdward Williams
Farewell, False FriendAnna Seward
CareCharlotte Smith
To The EveningJohn Bampfylde
The Winter's MornWilliam Sotheby
To the curlewHelen Maria Williams
The Genius of ChattertonC. V. Le Grice
To the MoonHelen Maria Williams
Late IWilliam Beloe
To The ReaderRev. John Johns
Sonnet XIIIAnna Seward
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My Classic Poetry Sites



AmorettiEdmund Spenser
Ballad of Reading JailOscar Wilde
Collected PoetryEdgar Allan Poe
Hebrew MelodiesGeorge Gordon Byron
Horatius Defends the BridgeThomas Babington Macaulay
Poems in Terza RimaVeronica Franco
The Rime of the Ancient MarinerSamuel Taylor Coleridge
Rubaiyat of Omar KhayyamEdward FitzGerald
SonnetsWilliam Shakespeare
Song of HiawathaHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
Sonnets From The PortugueseElizabeth Barrett Browning
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