4umi Samuel Taylor Coleridge : Fears in Solitude

Fears in Solitude

Coleridge's note

N.B. The above is perhaps not Poetry,—but rather a sort of middle thing between Poetry and Oratory—sermoni propriora.—Some parts are, I am conscious, too tame even for animated prose.

Written at Nether Stowey, 20 April 1798, during the alarm of a French invasion.
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 Samuel Taylor Coleridge Rime of the Ancient Mariner Kubla Khan Frost at Midnight The ballad of the dark ladie To Lesbia The Pains of Sleep Answer to a child's question The Aeolian Harp Fears in Solitude Glycine’s Song Love Apologia pro Vita Sua Dejection: An Ode Phantom What Is Life? Recollections of Love Psyche Despair Time, Real and Imaginary Human Life To Nature Youth and Age Work Without Hope Duty surviving Self-Love Cologne Desire Forbearance Epitaph The Garden of Boccaccio