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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
The glory of his seventy years. When Peace brings Freedom in her train, Let happy lips his songs rehearse; His life is now his noblest strain, His manhood better than his verse! Thank God! his hand on Nature's keys Its cunning keeps at life's full span; But, dimmed and dwarfed, in times like these, The poet seems beside the man! So be it! let the garlands die, The singer's wreath, the painter's meed, Let our names perish, if thereby Our country may be saved and freed! 1864. Thomas Starr King. Published originally as a prelude to the posthumous volume of selections edited by Richard Frothingham. the great work laid upon his twoscore years Is done, and well done. If we drop our tears, Who loved him as few men were ever loved, We mourn no blighted hope nor broken plan With him whose life stands rounded and approved In the full growth and stature of a man. Mingle, O bells, along the Western slope, With your deep toll a sound of faith and hope! Wave cheerily still, O bann
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
Pictures. To Englishmen. The Watchers. The Waiting. The Battle Autumn of 1862. Astraea at the Capitol. 1863The Proclamation. The Answer. To Samuel E. Sewall and Harriet W. Sewall. A Memorial. Andrew Rykman's Prayer. The Countess. Barbara Frietchie. Anniversary Poem. Hymn sung at Christmas by the Scholars of St.Helena's Island, S. C. Mithridates at Chios. 1864The Vanishers. What the Birds said. The Brother of Mercy. The Wreck of Rivermouth. Bryant on his Birthday. Thomas Starr King. Hymn for the Opening of Thomas Starr King's House of Worship. Lines on leaving Appledore. 1865Revisited. To the Thirty-ninth Congress. The Changeling. The Grave by the Lake. Kallundborg Church. Hymn for the Celebration of Emancipation at Newburyport. Laus Deo. The Mantle of St. John de Matha. The Peace Autumn. The Eternal Goodness. 1866Snow-Bound. The Common Question. Our Master. Abraham Davenport. Lines on a Fly Leaf. The Maids of Attitash. The Dead Ship of Harpswe
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
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. 369. King Volmer and Elsie, i. 345. Kinsman, IV. 196. Knight of St. John, The, i. 62. Kossuth, IV. 72. Lady Franklin, IV. 327. Lakeside, The, II. 18. Lament, A, IV. 9. Landmarks, The, IV. 210. Larcom, Lucy, To, IV. 408. Larcom, Lucy, Letter to, IV. 405. Last Eve of Summer, The, IV. 314. Last Walk in Autumn, The, II. 37. Laurels, The, IV. 180. Laus I)eo, III. 254. Lay of Old Time, A, IV. 158.