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32 Poems (1816)
by John Keats.

As from the darkening Gloom (1816)

To ****** (1816)

To Georgiana Augusta Wylie (February, 1816)

On an engraved Gem of Leander (March, 1816)

How many Bards (March, 1816)

Specimen of an Induction to a Poem (Spring, 1816)

Calidore: A Fragment (Spring, 1816)

Oh! how I love, on a fair Summer's Eve (Summer, 1816)

To one who has been long in City pent (June, 1816)

To a Friend who sent me some Roses (June 29th, 1816)

I stood tip-toe upon a little Hill (Summer to Autumn, 1816)

To my Brother George (August, 1816)

Epistle to my Brother George (August, 1816)

The Poet (1816)

Epistle to Charles Cowden Clarke (September, 1816)

On first looking into Chapman's Homer (October, 1816)

On receiving a Laurel Crown from Leigh Hunt (Autumn, 1816)

To the Ladies who saw me crown'd (Autumn, 1816)

Hymn to Apollo (Autumn, 1816)

Keen, fitful Gusts are whisp'ring here and there (Autumn, 1816)

On leaving some Friends at an early Hour (Autumn, 1816)

Give me Women, Wine and Snuff (1816)

Before he went to feed with Owls and Bats (1816)

To my Brothers (November 18th, 1816)

Addressed to Haydon (November, 1816)

Addressed to the same (November, 1816)

Sleep and Poetry (Winter, 1816)

Happy is England (December, 1816)

To Kosciusko (December, 1816)

To Georgiana Augusta Wylie (December, 1816)

Written in Disgust of vulgar Superstition (December 22nd, 1816)

On the Grasshopper and Cricket (December 30th, 1816)

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