Prosopopoia: or Mother Hubbard's Tale
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Poet Edmund Spenser 1552–1599
POET’S REGION England
SCHOOL / PERIOD Renaissance
Poetic Terms Couplet
Poems by Edmund Spenser
- from The Faerie Queene: Book I, Canto I
- Amoretti I: Happy ye leaves when as those lilly hands
- Amoretti III: The Sovereign Beauty
- Amoretti IV: "New yeare forth looking out of Janus gate"
- Amoretti LIV: Of this worlds Theatre in which we stay
More poems by Edmund Spenser (32 poems)
- Amoretti LV: So oft as I her beauty do behold
- Amoretti LXII: "The weary yeare his race now having run"
- Amoretti LXVI: "To all those happy blessings which ye have"
- Amoretti LXVII: Like as a Huntsman
- Amoretti LXVIII: Most Glorious Lord of Life
- Amoretti LXX: Fresh spring the herald of loves mighty king
- Amoretti LXXI: I joy to see how in your drawen work
- Amoretti LXXIV: Most Happy Letters
- Amoretti LXXIX: Men Call you Fair
- Amoretti LXXV: One Day I Wrote her Name
- Amoretti LXXXI: Fayre is my love, when her fayre golden heares
- Amoretti LXXXIX: Lyke as the Culver on the barèd bough
- Amoretti VIII: More then most faire, full of the living fire
- Amoretti XIII: "In that proud port, which her so goodly graceth"
- Amoretti XV: Ye tradefull Merchants that with weary toyle
- Amoretti XXII: This Holy Season
- Amoretti XXIII: Penelope for her Ulisses sake
- Amoretti XXX: My Love is like to ice, and I to fire
- An Hymn In Honour Of Beauty
- An Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
- Iambicum Trimetrum
- from The Shepheardes Calender: April
- The Shepheardes Calender: January
- from The Shepheardes Calender: October
- ['Joy of my life, full oft for loving you']