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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Personal Poems (search)
rm thou hast To hold the blessed angels fast. If, then, a fervent wish for thee The gracious heavens will heed from me, What should, dear heart, its burden be? The sighing of a shaken reed,— What can I more than meekly plead The greatness of our common need? God's love,—unchanging, pure, and true,— The Paraclete white-shining through His peace,—the fall of Hermon's dew! With such a prayer, on this sweet day, As thou mayst hear and I may say, I greet thee, dearest, far away. 1851. Kossuth. It can scarcely be necessary to say that there are elements in the character and passages in the history of the great Hungarian statesman and orator, which necessarily command the admiration of those, even, who believe that no political revolution was ever worth the price of human blood. type of two mighty continents!—combining The strength of Europe with the warmth and glow Of Asian song and prophecy,—the shining Of Orient splendors over Northern snow! Who shall receive him? Wh
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
e's Quill from Lake Superior. Kathleen. Our State. To Fredrika Bremer. The Men of Old. The Christian Tourists. The Lakeside. Autumn Thoughts. The Legend of St. Mark. 1850The Well of Loch Maree. Ichabod. In the Evil Day. Elliott. The Hill-Top. To Avis Keene. A Sabbath Scene. Derne. Lines on the Portrait of a Celebrated Publisher. All's Well. 1851Remembrance. The Chapel of the Hermits. The Prisoners of Naples. To my Old Schoolmaster. Invocation. Wordsworth. In Peace. Kossuth. To ——. Lines written after a Summer Day's Excursion. What State Street said. 1852Pictures. The Cross. First-Day Thoughts. Questions of Life. April. The Disenthralled. The Peace of Europe. Eva. Astrea. 1853Tauler. Summer by the Lakeside. Trust. My Namesake. The Dream of Pio Nono. The Hero. Rantoul. Official Piety. 1854The Voices. Burns. William Forster. Charles Sumner. The Rendition. The Haschish. The Fruit Gift. Maud Muller. The Hermit of the Thebaid. Letter
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of Titles (search)
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. Legacy, A, II. 186. Legend of St. Mark, The, i. 117. Legend of the Lake, A, IV. 402. Leggett's Monument, IV. 22. Letter from a Missionary of the M