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Hours of Idleness
by George Gordon, Lord Byron
The following poems, published in 1807, are based on the first edition of Hours of Idleness.
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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Answer To a Beautiful Poem
  • The Cornelian
  • Damætas
  • Elegy On Newstead Abbey
  • Epitaph On a Beloved Friend
  • The First Kiss of Love
  • Fragment (Hills of Annesley)
  • A Fragment (When, to their airy hall)
  • Granta
  • I Would I Were a Careless Child
  • Lachin Y Gair
  • Lines Addressed To a Young Lady
  • Lines Addressed To The Rev. J.T. Becher, On His Advising...
  • Lines Written Beneath an Elm in the Churchyard of Harrow
  • Love's Last Adieu
  • On a Change of Masters At a Great Public School
  • On a Distant View of Harrow
  • On Leaving Newstead Abbey
  • On The Death of a Young Lady
  • Oscar of Alva
  • The Prayer of Nature
  • Remembrance
  • Stanzas To a Lady, With The Poems of Camoëns
  • The Tear
  • Thoughts Suggested By a College Examination
  • To a Beautiful Quaker
  • To Caroline
  • To D–––––
  • To The Duke of Dorset
  • To E–––––
  • To The Earl of Clare
  • To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
  • To Eliza
  • To Emma
  • To George, Earl Delawarr
  • To a Lady (O! had my Fate been join’d with thine)
  • To a Lady Who Presented To The Author a Lock of Hair...
  • To a Lady Who Presented The Author With The Velvet Band...
  • To Lesbia
  • To M–––––
  • To M.S.G.
  • To Marion
  • To Mary, On Receiving Her Picture
  • To Romance
  • To The Sighing Strephon
  • To Woman
  • When I Roved a Young Highlander

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