Here are my musings about our dear Jane, as I was pondering what to post. I thought that she wrote some things other than her novels. Then I remembered that I had on my shelf some Austen poetry books, namely: "Jane Austen, Collected Poems and verse of the Austen Family", edited by David Selwyn and "Jane Austen, Poems and Favourite Poems" edited by Douglas Brooks-Davies. Hm, there should be a list somewhere and wouldn't that be nice to have. Next I recollected that Henry Churchyard has a page at Pemberley which contains almost (if not all) all of her writings. You can visit that site here: http://www.pemberley.com/janeinfo/janeinfo.html
I will give you a sample of her verse by quoting this one titled "Song":
Happy hunting among the aforementioned pages. Another astounding fact I stumbled across is that I was amazed to see what a store house of quotes and information we have here at "Becoming Jane Fansite" since 2007. We have covered a lot of subjects and had some adventures too. Geez, how time flies when you are having fun.
Linda the Librarian
Pix: Cover to 'The Poetry of Jane Austen and the Austen Family' from Amazon.com