English poet and royalist Robert Herrick mourns for the rule of his King.
Bartleby Library offers the texts of Robert Herrick's short poems, including "Cherry Ripe," "Delight in Disorder," and "Seek and Find."
Representative Poetry Online offers a sizeable collection of Herrick's poems.
View a short opinion on a woman's dress by the English poet Robert Herrick.
Detailed intro analyzes Herrick's writing before offering the texts of many of his poems, including "Burial," "To Groves," and "On Himself."
One of Robert Herrick's religious poems is reprinted from "The Oxford Book of English Verse."
Features the poet's verses, quotes from the poet, an introduction to his life and works, essays, and links to additional resources.
Encyclopedic entry provides a brief biography of English Renaissance poet Robert Herrick. Follow links to related resources.
Robert Herrick is considered one of the "sons of Ben," and in this piece he praises his master. Provides line numbers and brief notes.
Two poems by Herrick, "Upon Julia's Clothes" and "Upon the Loss of His Mistress," are both offered at this site.
Provides the texts of tons of Herrick's most well-known and obscurer poetry. Includes, "To Anthea," "An Epitaph Upon a Virgin," and "His Desire."
One of the many poems that Robert Herrick dedicated to Julia. Provides a link to his collected works.
Poetry for foot fetishists this may be, but the reader can link to more of Robert Herrick's work for proof.
Read a brief quotation from "The Cavalier Poets: An Anthology" about Herrick, or see the texts of two of his more well-known poems.
Luminarium has complied an extensive archive of the English poet's works. Herrick, a Cavalier poet, is known for his pastoral and love lyrics.
Reprints Robert Herrick's witty poem. The reader can link to more if he is not offended.
Robert Herrick's pastoral poetry is exemplified here in a love poem to Julia. Provides a link to his other works.
One of many poems with the popular theme of a relationship with a fair mistress. Use the provided link to find out more about the poet.
Read the immortal words of the British poet, and find out what kind of mistress he would have.
Displays Robert Herrick's collection of themed poems. Provides a link to Christmas poems by other poets.