He Giveth His Beloved Sleep is a poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. She is better know for Sonnets from the Portuguese and specifically the poem, How Do I Love Thee?. Browning is a poet who seems focused on death and the end of her life. I found death running through some of the Sonnets and I find it here as well. The poem was interesting and engaging. I liked it and will likely re-read it (it is not very long). It was just a bit depressing for this time of year and I could use something for uplifting. I really liked the edition I read. It was an ebook, but it seems like it was scanned from an edition published in 1880. The illustrations were quite interesting. It was published in the style of a storybook, with plenty of illustrations. For anyone interested in Browning's work, I recommend reading He Giveth His Beloved Sleep in this type of edition. The more I read from Browning, the more I want to read from her.