Five Songs is a collection, not a cycle, though there are threads of connection between the poems. They are all from the 19th C., when poetry was commonly read, and they all, in their own way, are "bright"
poems. The tragic note is not sounded
1) The Lake Isle of Innisfree (William Butler Yeats)
2) Let Us Play Yesterday (Emily Dickinson)
3) There is No God (Arthur Hugh Clough)
4) The Grasshopper and the Cricket (John Keats)
5) Pied Beauty (Gerard Manley Hopkins)