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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
wn Danube's tide? And wherefore in her princely home weeps Isabel his bride? She raised her jewelled hand, and flung her vey died, They made the grave of the Fratricide! 1831. Isabel. I do not love thee, Isabel, and yet thou art most fair!Isabel, and yet thou art most fair! I know the tempting of thy lips, the witchcraft of thy hair, The winsome smile that might beguile the shy bird from his treo well, I shake my manhood free. I might have loved thee, Isabel; I know I should if aught Of all thy words and ways had to broken warm, earnest from the heart. But words are idle, Isabel, and if I praise or blame, Or cheer or warn, it matters nouty, the power to choose and charm. Then go thy way, fair Isabel, nor heed that from thy train A doubtful follower falls awo prophet's son am I to guess or see. I do not love thee, Isabel; I would as soon put on A crown of slender frost-work benef Austria. The Fratricide. The Cities of the Plain. 1832Isabel. Stanzas: Bind up thy tresses. To William Lloyd Garrison
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of first lines (search)
, III. 291. How smiled the land of France, IV. 23. How strange to greet, this frosty morn, II. 33. How sweetly come the holy psalms, IV. 100. How sweetly on the wood-girt town, i. 34. Hurrah! the seaward breezes, III. 294. Hushed now the sweet consoling tongue, IV. 409. I ask not now for gold to gild, II. 233. I call the old time back: I bring my lay, i. 196. I did but dream. I never knew, II. 286. I do believe, and yet, in grief, i. 127. I do not love thee, Isabel, and yet thou art most fair, IV. 355. If I have seemed more prompt to censure wrong, IV. 91. I give thee joy!—I know to thee, IV. 108. I have been thinking of the victims bound, III. 335. I have not felt, o'er seas of sand, II. 230. I heard the train's shrill whistle call, III. 170. I know not, Time and Space so intervene, i. 253. I love the old melodious lays, i. 11. Immortal Love, forever full, II. 272. I mourn no more my vanished years, II. 130. In calm and c
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
Hymn: O Thou, whose presence went before, III. 29. Hymns of the Brahmo Somaj, II. 340. Hymns from the French of Lamartine, II. 200. Hymn sung at Christmas by the Scholars of St. Helena's Island, S. C., III. 238. Ichabod, IV. 61. In Memory, IV. 146. In Peace, IV. 69. In Quest, II. 299. In Remembrance of Joseph Sturge, IV. 102. In School-Days, II. 162. Inscriptions, II. 322. In the Evil Days, III. 163. In the Old South, i. 371. Invocation, II. 235. Isabel, IV. 355. Isabella of Austria, IV. 351. Italy, III. 360. I was a Stranger, and ye took me in, IV. 204. John Underhill, i. 354. Jubilee Singers, The, III. 268. Judith at the Tent of Holofernes, IV. 342. June on the Merrimac, IV. 181. Kallundborg Church, IV. 265. Kansas Emigrants, The, III. 176. Kathleen, i. 120. Kenoza Lake, IV. 161. Khan's Devil, The, i. 378. King, Thomas Starr, IV. 114. King's Missive, The, i. 381. King Solomon and The Ants, i.